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Delta Healthcare Consulting

With nearly 20 years of experience in clinical trials, Delta Healthcare Consulting has created a wide network of study nurses in Belgium and the Netherlands who perform home visits or on site services on demand and who can support essential study-related tasks.


All their study nurses work in accordance with the same high standards, both at the hospital and at the patient’s home.


Delta Healthcare Consulting specialises in offering clinical trial services at the patient’s home. As an expert in patient recruitment, Delta Healthcare ensures patient involvement until the end of each clinical trial.


Learn more: www.deltaclinical.be

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