About Renstar Medical Research
Renstar Medical Research is a research site located in beautiful North Central Florida, one of the fastest growing retirement areas in the country. Renstar’s research staff work with local physicians in private practice and community hospital settings to provide a multidisciplinary team focused on meeting enrollment goals while ensuring strict regulatory and protocol compliance.
Renstar Medical Research has a proven reputation of providing high quality clinical data and adhering to industry established clinical research guidelines. Renstar has participated in more than 600+ clinical research studies since it’s founding in the 1990s. Renstar’s multidisciplinary staff has more than 225 years of combined experience executing clinical research trials, and has participated in Phase I through IV research.
Renstar has worked with more than 100 Sponsors and CROs in the industry, both large and small, and has conducted trials with dozens of Sponsor-preferred central IRBs.
Renstar has streamlined its trial initiation and enrollment processes by designing proprietary software for protocol tracking. This computerized system ensures efficient submission of regulatory documents and superior internal tracking of protocols, and study progress. Renstar is staffed with dedicated research professionals who have a proven track record for quickly enrolling appropriate study patients.
Renstar is committed to the performance of ethical, high quality studies in all fields of clinical medical research. Renstar currently uses an independent reviewer who conducts regular audits of its procedures and data. In addition, Renstar has developed its own set of Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), to ensure that high standards are maintained.
In order to respond quickly to a sponsor’s inquiries, Renstar utilizes a proprietary data management system. This system provides Renstar staff and study sponsors with timely information in the following areas:
- Historical and current study enrollment information
- Investigator research experience and expertise
- Study initiation and enrollment information
- Patient demographics and medical history information