Synergy Healthcare

Liver Health

Maintaining liver health is crucial for overall well-being, as the liver performs essential functions such as detoxification, metabolism, and synthesis of proteins.

Current Trials

Current trials investigate innovative therapies and interventions across a wide range of medical conditions, aiming to advance medical knowledge and improve patient outcomes.

For Patients

Patients are at the heart of healthcare, driving the need for compassionate, personalized medical care that considers their unique needs and preferences.

For Providers

Our provider referral program aims to enhance patient access to quality healthcare by connecting them with trusted specialists and healthcare facilities tailored to their specific needs.

Synergy Healthcare

Synergy Healthcare is a leading clinical research center. Through clinical research trials, Synergy Healthcare is helping to develop safer and more effective medical therapies for diseases that affect the lives of millions of individuals. With improved medications and treatments, we can improve the health of millions.

Patients

Patients

Participating in a clinical trial to learn more about your condition, gain access to new treatments, and contribute to the advancement of medicine.
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Physicians

Bring clinical trials to your practice today. The Synergy team identifies clinical studies that fit your patient population and provide the infrastructure to conduct them in your office.
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CROs and Sponsors

Enroll the ideal patients in your clinical studies faster with Synergy. Cut down the time for important metrics like “first patient, first visit” and “first patient randomized”.

Synergy’s Liver Health Center is increasing awareness of Fatty Liver Disease and Nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH), which can lead to liver failure. Through diagnosis, education and promotion of targeted treatments including potential treatment through clinical trials, the Liver Health Center seeks to promote liver health as well as overall health.

OUR EVENTS

Join the community

Our free events are here to help you learn the latest updates about diseases, connect with
resources, and meet others in your area.
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July 10th - Free Liver Screening

Receive a free ultrasound FibroScan to measure your live health. 

KPW Health
603 7th St. South, Suite 540
St. Petersburg, FL 33701
Jul 10, 2024
9:00 am - 2:00 pm
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July 30th - Free Liver Screening

Receive a free ultrasound FibroScan to measure your live health. 

Philip Benjamin Tower
250 58th Street North
St. Petersburg, FL 33701
July 30, 2024
1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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July 31st - Free Liver Screening

Receive a free ultrasound FibroScan to measure your live health. 

KPW Health
603 7th St. South, Suite 540
St. Petersburg, FL 33701
Jul 31, 2024
9:00 am - 4:00 pm

How it works

When you participate in a clinical trial, you help move medicine forward and improve the lives of others. Take a look at each step in the process, and see how being part of a clinical research study can help others — and yourself.

Get Screened

Joining a study starts with a quick phone call with us. We’ll ask you a few questions, and if there’s a study that might be a good fit, we’ll move into the next phase.

Take a Health Assessment

After you’ve been screened, you’ll come to our research facility for a complimentary physical assessment, and to discuss any questions you might have.

Participate

Once you’re approved as a candidate and if you’re happy with the study conditions, your participation in the clinical research study will begin.

Help Advance Medicine

When you participate in a clinical study, you help make medical advances possible, giving hope to countless people all over the world.

Schedule a Fibroscan

FibroScan® is a noninvasive diagnostic ultrasound-based device used to measure liver scarring, or fibrosis, caused by different liver diseases. Similar to a conventional ultrasound exam, outpatient FibroScan® testing is quick, painless and easy, and provides a non-surgical alternative to the traditional liver biopsy to assess liver damage.

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