Lisa Crandall is family nurse practitioner who specializes in family medicine and clinical research in her own private clinics, IMR Centers for Health Education and Wellness and In-Quest Medical Research. She completed her Bachelor of Science in Nursing at Rhode Island College, Providence Rhode Island and then earned her Master of Science in Nursing degree at Kennesaw State University, Kennesaw Georgia. She holds one national board certifications with the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) as a family nurse practitioner and is certified in critical care medicine.
She is the proud mother of a recent high school graduate daughter and college graduate son. Her experience in the medical field is extensive and accompanied by a wonderful personality. In-Quest Medical Research is her dream come true and will always work tirelessly to make sure you receive the best experience possible for your clinical trial.
Dr. Shah joined In-Quest Medical Research as a sub-investigator in October, 2010, and has been acting Principal Investigator on over almost all clinical trials at In-Quest Medical Research since 2012.
Dr. Shah is a board certified physician in Internal Medicine. He served as an ER Physician from 1989 to 1993 when he went into Private Practice and has continued to serve as for more than 17 years. He completed his residency at the Catholic Medical Center in Brooklyn, NY.
Dr. Shah established his practice in Georgia in 1993 with the opening of Norcross Medical Clinic on Buford Hwy, which is now the research center, In-Quest Medical Research. He opened his second location, Magnolia Medical Clinic, in 1999 which is located just four miles away on Indian Trail Rd and is open 7 days a week to better serve the community.