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We All Want Answers.

We All Want Hope.

Across our network of care, our team conducts hundreds of clinical trials each year, giving you access to exclusive new treatments you might not otherwise have access to. Through our studies, we aim to uncover new solutions for whole-person treatment, prevention, diagnostic care, screening, quality of life, human tissue, genetics and population health. We offer clinical trials and studies through various research departments, including the Cancer Research Institute, Pediatric Research Institute, Cardiovascular Research Institute and more.

Setting the Foundations

For Medical and Clinical Research

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  • Research & Development Center

    Bring together your best and brightest thinkers with world-renowned medical providers and research experts in a collaborative workspace designed to foster new ideas, produce innovative solutions and improve outcomes. The Research & Development Center is 500,000 square feet of office space designed help your business grow.

  • Research Enterprises

    Research plays a vital role in the future of health care, and with research and clinical trials stretching across eight AdventHealth Florida campuses, we’re changing standards of care for today and tomorrow. Our top research institutes include:

  • Dr. Kiran C. Patel Research Institute

    Through our groundbreaking research, we are among the first to use pharmaceutical agents, biomedical devices and medical knowledge that will be used by future clinicians to prevent, control and cure many of today’s diseases.

    Our clinical research program allows us to provide lifesaving breakthroughs long before they are available in most other hospitals. It also allows us to help shape the future of health care.

  • Translational Research Institute for Metabolism and Diabetes

    A 54,000 square-foot facility devoted to the study of obesity and the metabolic origins of cardiovascular disease, strategic partnerships will aid in the development of new treatments to battle diabetes and obesity.