FOMAT Medical Research Announces Joint Venture with the Hospital Teodoro Maldonado Carbo
FOMAT Medical Research, a pioneering clinical research company in Latin America, is honored to announce that it will embark on a joint venture with the hospital Teodoro Maldonado Carbo in Ecuador in order to provide clinical research services in the South American region and further improve clinical research services in Latin America. FOMAT Medical Research’s extensive experience in the field prioritizes high-quality management of clinical trials while upholding the safety and welfare of patients to the highest standards.
About FOMAT Medical Research
FOMAT Medical Research is an international company focused on innovating healthcare through diversity for underrepresented populations throughout the Americas. In the US, we are a diverse Site Management Organization (SMO) team and in Latin America, we are an SMO with local Contract Research Organization (CRO) capabilities pioneering innovative clinical trials throughout both sectors. Our added benefit of CRO capabilities allows us to have the fastest start-up times in Latin America, allowing us to get studies up and running quickly and efficiently.
Hospital Teodoro Maldonado Carbo
Since its inauguration, hospital Teodoro Maldonado Carbo (https://www.htmc.gob.ec) has continued to set the standards of medical care in the region. Teodoro Maldonado Carbo, is one of the three specialty hospitals of the IESS, which provides care in hospitalization, outpatient consultation, highly complex surgeries such as organ transplants, among others.
The development of the hospital over the years has always placed it at the forefront of ecological medicine, marking the step in the incorporation of new technologies and new specialties to put at the service of people.
According to Dr. Alfonso Roídos Garcés, former director of the Department of Medicine, in a review for the tenth anniversary:
“In this Hospital, hundreds of thousands of people have been treated and thousands of human lives have been saved“
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