Providing State of the art Medicine to all Patients
Midway Research Center’s primary objective is to improve the treatment options of the community by giving the community access to cutting edge treatment and the latest in pharmaceutical research. Many patients who cannot afford medications, or who are no longer responding to their medicines have gained access to necessary medical treatments that are either too expensive or not yet commercially available.
The research has given more than 500 patients access to free and advanced medical treatment and an improved medication regimen that has ensured a better quality of life. By participating in these clinical trials, it is also the company’s goal to help the medical community continuously gather pertinent information about diseases. We believe that it is only through continuous education and research that we can only fully understand the disease, which will hopefully lead us to the ultimate goal – a cure.
Data Driven Research To Date
Meet Our Team
Dawn Clementich, RMA
Originally from Jefferson City, Missouri, Dawn moved to Florida in 1996. While working in the construction industry Dawn found her true passion of helping others and decided to pursue a career in the medical field. After graduating from Keiser University in 2014, Dawn began working as a Medical Assistant at Midway Specialty Care Center and then transitioned to Midway Research Center as a Study Coordinator. Dawn’s dedication to the company has brought compassion and understanding to our patients and their needs. Dawn strives to make a difference in the lives of others and plans to further her career in healthcare by attending nursing school in the near future.
Stephanie DaSilva, CMA
Stephanie moved from Cambridge, Massachusetts to Port St. Lucie in 2001 and has worked as a Medical Assistant since 2009. Before joining Midway Immunology and Research Center in 2017 as a Study Coordinator, Stephanie gained experience working in Cardiology, Gastroenterology, Endocrinology and Internal Medicine. With her bubbly spirit and outgoing personality, Stephanie has a special way of engaging with patients and making them feel comfortable. Her passion for caring for others has led her to making her dream of becoming a nurse a reality. Stephanie will graduate in December 2020 with an Associates of Science in Nursing and looks forward to continue serving the local healthcare community.
Carly Sharp, BS,HIM–study coordinator
Carly is a Vero Beach native who has worked in the healthcare community in Fort Pierce since graduating from college in 2009. She attended University of Central Florida where she obtained a bachelor’s degree in Health Information Management. Since joining Midway Immunology and Research Center as a Study Coordinator in 2013, Carly has added an enthusiasm to our company that patients and coworkers appreciate and enjoy. In addition to her cheerful personality, Carly possesses strong communication skills, an exquisite attention to detail, and an innate ability to be warm and compassionate.