Middlemore Clinical Trials (MMCT) is one of the country’s largest clinical trials sites offering sponsors a world class fully integrated research unit.
About Middlemore Clinical Trials (MMCT)
A modern multi-disciplinary site staffed with experienced research nurses and administrators, MMCT has an onsite pharmacy and lab with processing facilities. Since inception in 2001 MMCT has established a strong track record of success when it comes to patient recruitment and trial completions.
In 2018 MMCT had over 500 participants go through its clinical trials (Phases I through IV), and worked with more than 22 different hospital departments through its principal investigators. With thousands of participants seen since inception, MMCT is an experienced and respected clinical trial resource.
MMCT partners in commercial clinical trials with biopharmaceutical and medical device companies from across the world. It also administers Investigator Initiated clinical trials and major grant-funded research studies on behalf of Middlemore Hospital.
MMCT is a charitable not-for-profit organisation that spends any cash reserves on research within the hospital, assisting with research and contributing to better health prospects and outcomes for the local population.
About our location
MMCT is located on the site of one of New Zealand’s largest hospitals in the ethnically and socially diverse South Auckland region of Counties Manukau. As such it is able to provide additional treatment pathways for patients accessing care through Middlemore Hospital. The hospital itself is an advanced tertiary hospital with medical and surgical facilities and the capability to treat most medical conditions. These include hosting the Auckland Spinal Rehabilitation Unit and the National Burns Centre. Middlemore also hosts paediatric hospital KidzFirst, an accident and emergency department and fully integrated ICU and advanced cardiac care units.
Middlemore Clinical Trials (MMCT) is New Zealand's largest clinical trials site, which offers world-class facilities, excellent audited procedures, and a fully integrated research unit.