R. Garn Mabey Jr. M.D.
Las Vegas, Nevada
About Dr. Mabey
Dr. R. Garn Mabey, M.D, a Board Certified OB/GYN, has practiced in Las Vegas for 31 years. Dr. Mabey is passionate about providing excellent care to all of his patients. He takes pride in listening to his patients and providing quality treatment for routine and complex gynecological concerns.
Dr. Mabey is a nationally recognized principal investigator for clinical trials. His studies have included birth control pills, patches, intrauterine devices (IUDs), heavy bleeding, vaginal dryness, heavy uterine bleeding, vaginal infections, over active bladder, uterine fibroids, endometriosis, and others.
Active in the medical community, Dr. Mabey has published articles in professional medical journals, presented at the annual meeting of the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, and co-founded the Volunteers in Medicine of Southern Nevada Clinic.
Dr. Mabey provides comprehensive gynecology care. Dr. Mabey believes in providing the highest quality of care and respect to patients. His office is unique in the fact that you will always see Dr. Mabey, not a physician assistant (PA) or nurse practitioner. Also, as a gynecology only office, you can ensure that you will be seen in a timely manner.
For life threatening emergencies, please go to an emergency room. For emergencies such as bladder infections, vaginal infections, bleeding issues, and pain, please call the office as soon we open, and you will be seen the same day as long as Dr. Mabey is in the office that day.
Dr. Mabey has collaborated with pharmaceutical companies to help them develop new drugs which, if approved by the FDA, can be used by the public. Most of the studies are Stage III or IV trials, which means that the drug has already have been tested on prior patients and it has passed the safety profiles. The drug is then tested on many patients prior to final FDA approval.
Almost always, the patient receives compensation to be involved in a clinical trial. The patient also receives, at no cost, all testing required for the trial (blood tests, mammograms, ultrasounds, physical exams, the trial medication, etc.)
Most patients enjoy participating and often request to be included in future studies. Common studies are for contraception such as birth control pills, patches, and intrauterine devices (IUDs). Others are for heavy bleeding, vaginal dryness, heavy uterine bleeding, vaginal infections, over active bladder, uterine fibroids, and endometriosis.
Not everyone that wants to participate will qualify, but most do. A patient has the right to discontinue participating in a study at any time. Call 702-242-8936 to see if you qualify to participate in a current clinical trial for birth control pill, hot flashes, or IUD.