And on to the President for signature! Until now, the Veterans Administration has been unable to provide fertility counseling, adoption reimbursement, and assisted reproductive technology services to veterans who sustained service-related injuries which have impaired their fertility. Fixing this gap in coverage for our veterans has been a major priority of the Association of Reproductive Medicine.
The CDC recommends special precautions for pregnant women and women trying to become pregnant.
PCOS, or Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, is a problem affecting so many women today, and a problem that can affect ones fertility. Dr. Benadiva recently spoke on NBC’s Connecticut Spotlight about this issue.
Fertility treatment typically involves a good amount of medications. What are they and are they safe? Dr. Schmidt addresses these questions.
You know those people who are always ready with a hug just when you need one? That’s Dawn. She works extremely hard to help our patients navigating the insurance maze. And works equally hard to be there with compassion and caring. Learn a little bit more about Dawn as the latest individual featured in our I Am The Center video series. We’re so proud of all our employees. And we hope these videos help you get to know us just a little bit better. Our employees truly are The Center.
You’ve made your first appointment. Now what? Ami Chokshi from the Center explains what to expect at your first visit.
Meet Glori Diaz, a clinical nurse here at The Center. She is just one of the many amazing nurses you’ll meet during your fertility journey. To meet the rest, check out the video library.
Something we think is of critical importance is that everyone who steps through our doors feels welcome. Jen takes great pride in making sure every patient, on their way in, and on their way out, has the information and resources they need. But do you know what Jen’s favorite part of her job is? Find out by watching her I Am The Center video, part of the ongoing series featuring our employees at the Center. We’re so proud of all our employees. And we hope these videos help you get to know us just a little bit better. Our employees truly are The Center.
Today we are celebrating the accomplishments of our embryologists on World Embrologists Day–it is also referred to as World IVF Day. Intended as a day to celebrate the scientists in our field, this specific day was chosen because it is the birthday of Louise Brown, the first IVF baby.
To learn more about the contributions our embryologists make to patients success, please watch their I Am The Center videos on our video page. As a start, here’s Cynthia McAllister’s:
As our patient advocate and health coach, Ami makes sure that our patients get all the support they need, from the moment they make contact with us, throughout their entire time with us. Living a healthy lifestyle is Ami’s mantra. Find out more by watching Ami’s I Am The Center video, part of the ongoing series featuring our employees at the Center. We’re so proud of all our employees. And we hope these videos help you get to know us just a little bit better. Our employees truly are The Center.