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SONY DSCWelcome to GCCR!

Congratulations to Dr. Smith-Nguyen for receiving his second Patients Choice Award!

Grossmont Center for Clinical Research (GCCR) is a dedicated research facility specializing in Women’s Health Care, and is located in La Mesa, CA, in East San Diego County. Our mission is to perform clinical research with the highest standards and integrity.

Gioi N. Smith-Nguyen, M.D., FACOG

Patients Choice Award recipient for two consecutive years!

Dr. Smith-Nguyen is the Principal Investigator at GCCR, and is a board certified OB/GYN physician with over 25 years of clinical practice and over 5 years of experience as a clinical research investigator. He has earned high praises for compassion and quality of work from patients, colleagues, and sponsors alike.

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Testimonials

  • If I am not lucky enough to be assigned to this study and to your site, I know that you...
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  • Peggy is so very detail oriented, organized and immediately incorporates any suggestions that I never mention twice – truly exceptional!...
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Clinical Trials

  • Bacterial Vaginosis

    Do you think you have a yeast infection? It could actually be Bacterial Vaginosis...

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  • Uterine Fibroids

    Are you tired of abnormal bleeding due to uterine fibroids?

    The heavy bleeding caused by...
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  • Anemia

    This new study will start next month.

    Patient inclusion criteria:

    • Males and Females
    • 18 years old and...
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  • Fibroids

    Do Heavy Periods associated with Uterine Fibroids Affect You?  Consider Volunteering for a Clinical Research...

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