News

Dr. Hemant K. Pandey, M.D. and Angela Rush, FNP-C, Principal and Sub-Investigator presented at Parkland Memory Care in Chandler, Arizona on April 15, 2024.

Dr. Pandey and Angela Rush recently led an informative session on ‘Latest Advances in Dementia’ at Parkland Memory Care, where they highlighted the importance of clinical trials in advancing dementia research. The discussion provided valuable insights for the staff, emphasizing the critical role these studies play in developing effective treatments. MD First Research Chandler is excited about the opportunity to collaborate further with Parkland Memory Care in our efforts to enhance care and outcomes for dementia patients.

Dr. Hemant K. Pandey featured in the June 2023 Chandler City Lifestyle Magazine.

“Dr. Pandey is widely known for his expertise in diagnosing and treating various forms of dementia, and is associated with various organizations that provide support to dementia patients. He especially enjoys the patient support groups as it allows a very close interaction with the struggles that the patient and their loved ones face daily.”

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Community Outreach

Neighbors Who Care Volunteers and Fundraiser

MD First Research Chandler is proud to support Neighbors Who Care, an organization dedicated to assisting our aging population, a group that increasingly requires our help to maintain their independence and dignity. In these times, the call for volunteers and donations has never been more critical.

This is a chance to be part of a community that values compassion and support, ensuring our seniors can enjoy the comfort of their homes for up to five years longer. Your donation can significantly extend Neighbors Who Care’s ability to provide these essential services, fostering a community where every member is looked after, respected, and cherished.

Past Events

MD First Research Chandler participates in the Health and Wellness/Women’s Day Out Expo at the Mesa Convention Center in Mesa, Arizona on April 13, 2024

MD First Research Chandler was excited to engage with the community at the Health and Wellness/Women’s Day Out Expo. We enjoyed the chance to meet and talk with both participants and vendors, sparking important conversations and building strong connections. This event was a great opportunity to support our ongoing efforts to improve health outcomes and promote wellness. We are looking forward to our next event on June 1, 2024, in Gilbert, and we are thrilled to return to this venue on August 3, 2024.

MD First Research Chandler participates in Walk MS at Salt River Fields at Talking Sticks in Scottsdale, Arizona on April 6, 2024

Our team joined Walk MS to support Multiple Sclerosis research and help those affected by this challenging condition. We extend our heartfelt thanks to everyone who joined, donated, and spread the word, helping to make a real difference in advancing crucial research and positively impacting lives.

MD First Research Chandler participates in Migraine Research and Awareness at the Miles for Migraine Walk on March 9, 2024

On March 9, 2024, at the scenic Kiwanis Park in Tempe, Arizona, MD First Research Chandler was represented at the Miles for Migraine Walk. It was a day dedicated to raising awareness and funds for migraine research, a cause deeply important to us and the communities we serve. Witnessing the participation of several of our sponsors for Clinical Trials in the event further underscored the collective effort in advancing migraine research and support.

This gathering was a powerful reminder of the strength found in community and the impact of coming together for a shared purpose. Every step taken is a step closer to breakthroughs in migraine management and treatment options.


MD First Research Chandler Attends Dementia Conference Hosted by Successful Aging AZ on February 29, 2024

We had the privilege of participating in the 5th annual Dementia Conference hosted by Successful Aging AZ at the Sun Lakes United Methodist Church, engaging with over 135 individuals eager for guidance on improving life with dementia. The conference was particularly impactful thanks to the personal stories of two individuals living with dementia, offering invaluable insights into their experiences. The event underscored MD First Research Chandler’s dedication to enhancing dementia care and support, marking a day filled with shared learning and community building.