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Nonprofit Partners

Better Research for a Better Life. 
Our mission is to provide access to new therapies for any person, regardless of race, ethnicity, or socioeconomic status. 
Dr. Kenneth Kim shares his vision of "ethnobridging" on connecting individuals with clinical trials by working with nonprofit organizations and his entrepreneurial involvement in the healthcare world.


The providers and staff at Ark Clinical Research are dedicated to providing quality care and innovative treatments. We have a commitment that underserved and underrepresented communities have this access. Through community education, health fairs, marketing partnerships, and financial sponsorship, we partner with: 

Breaking Bread of Hillside LA is to help people experiencing homelessness find housing and jobs, while providing a loving community of support and the invitation to belong to a spiritual family. 


​The Orange County Asian and Pacific Islander Community Alliance is dedicated to enhancing the health, and social and economic well-being of Asians and Pacific Islanders in Orange County, California.

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Through customizable health documentation tools, Frontida Records is empowering patients & doctors, while building a future where all people can receive high-quality healthcare regardless of background, circumstance, or status.

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The Paul Merage School of Business is the business school at the University of California, Irvine in which Dr. Kenneth Kim was interviewed by Ian Williamson for Dean's Thought Leaders Series.


Cambodian Health Professionals Association of America is a nonprofit organization supported by members, volunteers, and medical professionals to promote health and well-being of the underserved in Cambodia and the United States, free of charge. 

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Searching for Common Ground is a peacebuilding organization that uses innovative tools to end violent conflict around the world. 



Cambodian Health Professionals Association of America’s 12th Annual Fundraising Gala


Ark Clinical Research is proud to support CHPAA fundraising efforts. Funds raised will go toward providing direct free medical care to the underserved people of Cambodia.


Showers of grace fundraiser


Ark Clinical Research is a proud sponsor of Breaking Bread, the homeless ministry of Hillside LA, that took part of Showers of Grace Fundraiser at Plume Cigar. Hillside LA raised $60,000 to build a mobile trailer to provide thousands of showers to our unhoused neighbors in Orange County. They also provide support in finding temporary housing, jobs, and medical services to those in need.


Frontida Records Fundraiser 


Ark Clinical Research hosted a fundraiser for Frontida Records, a non-profit organization that created an adaptable electronic health record (EHR) technology for refugees, to empower physicians and patients by equipping low-resource and crisis-responding clinics with an electronic record system. They have served refugees in 8 countries in the world so far and currently assisting relief efforts in Ukraine and the Romania-Ukraine border by documenting care in war-torn cities with mobile EHR.


$100,000 Donation to Avalon Carver Community Center


Cosmos Health Solutions, a sister company with Ark Clinical Research, made a charitable contribution of $100,000 to Avalon Carver Community Center, an agency that provides services of education, home improvement, and substance abuse for people who live in the South Los Angeles County, to help with long-term support for COVID-19 testing in their local communities. Cosmos Health Solutions is a medical company that provides comprehensive coronavirus testing solutions, risk mitigation, and management programs to help people get back to life safely.


Sponsoring Breaking bread ministry of hillside la


Ark Clinical Research sponsored Breaking Bread Ministry of Hillside LA with the building of one of the first solar powered showers dedicated to use for the homeless. We also provided key funding for the development of Hillside LA's community garden, which distributed thousands of fresh vegetables and salads to the East LA community. 

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