Clemson Rural Health, Guardian Research Network Partner to Improve Outcomes


Companies to collaborate on facilitating clinical trials in historically underserved regions.

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Guardian Research Network (GRN) announced in a company press release that it has been joined by Clemson Rural Health to transform health outcomes in rural communities by conducting and facilitating clinical trials in historically underserved regions. GRN’s healthcare database is expected to help Clemson Rural Health bolster community health efforts to reduce premature mortality, decrease preventable hospitalizations and improve overall quality of life for local South Carolina patients.

"Partnering with Clemson Rural Health is a significant milestone for GRN," said Bruce Holstien, chairman, CEO, GRN. "Bringing this innovative team into our consortium demonstrates our unwavering commitment to improving access to cutting-edge studies in underserved communities. I look forward to the work we will accomplish together in our shared mission of driving community health advancements."

Reference: Clemson Rural Health Joins Forces with Guardian Research Network to Improve Community Health. PR Newswire. October 3, 2023. Accessed October 10, 2023.

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