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The Institute for Reproductive Medicine and Science at Saint Barnabas

www.sbivf.com

(973) 322–8286

One of the nation’s leading fertility centers, providing advanced infertility treatment in a caring and responsive environment. Treatment is individually designed for each patient, and may include intrauterine insemination (IUI), in vitro fertilization (IVF), ICSI, blastocyst transfer, preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD), egg or embryo cryopreservation, or egg donation.

IVF New Jersey

ivfnj1.tru-m.com

732.374.9260

Combining the best of big-city medicine with the personalized care of a private setting. IVF New Jersey is one of the largest and most successful facilities in the U.S. Serving gay, lesbian and single mother families with streamlined process. They have the highest success rates on the East Coast for IVF and Egg Donation cycles.

Center for Human Reproduction (CHR)

www.centerforhumanreprod.com

(212) 994-4400

A leading fertility center located in New York City. CHR is known as a “fertility center of last resort,” primarily serving patients who have previously failed treatments elsewhere. Among CHR’s areas of special expertise are treatments of “older” ovaries. They pioneered some of the most important advances in reproductive technologies. They serve patients from around the world and have their own robust egg donor bank.

New York Fertility Services

www.newyorkfertilityservices.com

212-679-2289

With a spa-like atmosphere and personal concierge service for each patient, the clinic focuses not only on technology but on the experience and personal service. You will receive the phone number and email of your fertility doctor. They also incorporate eastern and complimentary medicine into their treatment approach. They also have doctors specializing in LGBT family building.

Piedmont Reproductive Endocrinology Group

www.pregonline.com

828-210-8284

Dr. John Nichols is the Medical Director of PREG, which was founded in January 2003 to provide patients with state-of-the-art fertility treatment. Dr. Nichols previously served as the Co-Director of the Assisted Reproductive Technology and In Vitro Fertilization program and Director of Resident Research Program at the Center For Women's Medicine of Greenville Hospital System (GHS). Offices in Asheville North Carolina and Greenville, Spartanburg and Columbia South Carolina.

REACH Reproductive Endocrinology Associates of Charlotte

www.northcarolinafertility.com

(888) 551-0874

A leader in treating patients with fertility issues in Charlotte, North Carolina since 1988. Combining decades of experience with state-of-the-art technology, REACH has achieved some of the highest pregnancy rates in the Southeast.

Cleveland Clinic Fertility Center

my.clevelandclinic.org

866.320.4573

A fertility clinic with six Ohio locations — at Main Campus, Fairview Hospital, as well as within the family health centers in Avon, Beachwood, Solon, Strongsville and Twinsburg. They provide the full range of services, from simple evaluations and recommendations to state-of-the-art reproductive technologies.

Ohio Reproductive Medicine

www.ohioreproductivemedicine.com

614.451.2280

Central Ohio’s first, largest, and only IVF program of assisted reproductive technologies (ART). They can assist you in your infertility journey, regardless of where you are along that path.

Fertility Centers of Illinois

fcionline.com

(312) 433-9324

One of the largest providers of fertility treatments services in the United States, and one of the fastest growing practices in Chicago. They proudly serve the LGBT community and partner with Egg Bank USA. They have 10 offices and 2 IVF centers throughout the Chicagoland area.

Northwestern Medicine Fertility and Reproductive Medicine

fertility.nm.org

312-695-7269

Widely regarded as one of the best infertility units in the country. Team consists of eight board-certified physicians who have over 10 decades of experience. They also have a team of two clinical psychologists to help people deal with the emotional ups and downs of fertility treatment.

Midwest Fertility Specialists

midwestfertility.com

1-800-218-3012

Midwest Fertility is the largest fertility center in Indiana. They have multiple office locations to serve areas surrounding central and northern Indiana including Illinois, Michigan, and Ohio.

University of Iowa Advanced Reproductive Care

www.uihealthcare.org

800-777-8442

The program was established in 1987. The Center is recognized as an innovative, international leader with the ability to culture and select embryos most likely to lead to a pregnancy.

Midwest Reproductive Center

www.midwestreproductive.com

913.780.4300

Serving the Kansas City area. Though their IVF pregnancy rates rival those of world-class fertility centers, they won’t always point you toward advanced treatments. Dr. Dan Gehlbach, board certified as a Reproductive Endocrinologist, believes in starting with the least invasive treatment to achieve a pregnancy.

Reproductive Resource Center

www.rrc.com

913.894.2323

The Reproductive Resource Center (RRC) is a Kansas City based reproductive health, infertility, and in-vitro fertilization (or IVF) center. Since 1988, RRC has provided fertility services for thousands of families who have struggled with infertility concerns. They also run their own donor egg program.

Lexington Fertility Center

www.kyfertility.com

(859)277-5736

Full service IVF clinic. They believe that it is not acceptable for the physician to “tell the patient what to do,” rather they must provide and inform couples of their options in order for them to make the choices of care. This must include the risks, benefits, expected outcomes and costs of each choice.

Bluegrass Fertility Center

www.bluegrassfertilitycenter.com

(859) 260-1515

All fertility doctors working at Bluegrass Fertility Center are board certified in Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility by the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology and are members of the Society for Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility

The Fertility Institute of New Orleans

fertilityinstitute1.tru-m.com

(601) 907-4211

Since Dr. Richard Dickey founded The Fertility Institute of New Orleans in 1976 it has grown to include four other physicians and a skilled staff of thirty. They have offices in New Orleans, Baton Rouge and Metairie.

A Women’s Center for Reproductive Medicine

www.ivflouisiana.com

(225) 926-6886

Serving Couples in Baton Rouge, New Orleans, Louisiana and surrounding states. The clinic brings together the unique advantages of extensive clinical experience, coupled with advanced research in reproductive endocrinology and infertility.

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