Princeton Medical Institute, the area’s pioneer in bringing cutting edge research into the community, is currently working toward amazing advancements in debilitating neurological conditions, such as Alzheimer’s Disease, depression, PTSD, and migraines. In order for you to receive the best possible treatment and care, early detection is vital; and that is exactly what you receive at Princeton Medical Institute. We give you access to all the latest testing and imagine, including MRIs, PET scans, and CAT scans, at absolutely no cost to you.
Princeton Medical Institute has been a leader in mental health practice as well as research since 1987. Dr. Jeffery T. Apter, medical director at Princeton Medical Institute, is a board certified psychiatrist who has published numerous articles in the areas of neurology and psychiatry, and is renowned nationally for his work in the field of Alzheimer’s Disease. Dr. Apter was a founding member of the New Jersey Alzheimer Association Scientific Advisory Board and is a senior attending physician at University Medical Center of Princeton at Plainsboro. Dr. Apter has dedicated his career and practice to finding more effective treatment methods and cures for various illnesses and disease, such as Alzheimer’s Disease and depression. His reason for starting Princeton Medical Institute was to provide people in Bucks, Mercer, and Somerset counties a facility that will provide them with clinical trials to receive new, affordable treatment for their illnesses.
Participation in clinical trials offers a unique opportunity for patients in the quest for the discovery of improved treatment methods and cures for various illnesses. In addition to free diagnostic techniques and neuroimaging, patients receive expert medical care and frequent supervised medical visits free of charge. Access to the latest medications and treatment options, coupled with after care and stipends/compensation for your time, clinical trials at Princeton Medical Institute provide you with opportunities that are unmatched anywhere else.
At Princeton Medical Institute, we strive to serve the community to the best of our ability in an effort to provide patients with the best care and treatment resources possible. All of our events, lectures and memory screenings, are always free to the public. For more information on our facility and events, or if you are interested in participating in one of our prolific clinical trials, please visit our website www.PrincetonMedicalInstitute.com or call us at 609-921-6050.
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