Free AMH Testing Event

Interested in understanding more about your chances of becoming pregnant in the future? We will be holding free AMH testing events at our offices in Farmington on April 30th!

The event will be open to women 30-42 years old. We will ask you to complete a questionnaire, and blood will be drawn and set out for testing free of charge. You’ll be able to arrive anytime between 10 AM and 2 PM, however, we will ask you to pre-register.

Sign up now!

More about Single Embryo Transfer

New data from the CDC and the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology show that if you are a good candidate for single embryo transfer, your chances of having a baby after two single embryo transfers is as good as your chance of having a baby after one double embryo transfer. This is important news because twin pregnancies are risky for both baby and mother. Check out their latest data here:

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Or, check out more information including the Center’s single embryo transfer results here.

 

Meet Denise Villegas, Patient Services Representative

Do you know what a patient services representative does? We are proud to introduce you to Denise, one of our front office stars. Get to know Denise a little bit better as the latest employee featured in our I Am The Center video series. We hope these videos help you get to know us just a little bit better. We’re so proud of all our employees. They truly are The Center.

 

Meet Marsha Kennedy, Registered Nurse IVF-RN Coordinator

Nurses are the front line throughout the medical field. They’re often the individual patients see the most. We’re so lucky to have the greatest group of nurses anywhere. And Marsha Kennedy is one of the absolute best. Get to know Marsha a little bit better as the latest employee featured in our I Am The Center video series. We hope these videos help you get to know us just a little bit better. We’re so proud of all our employees. They truly are The Center.

 

Our Hartford Office is On The Move

We are pleased to announce that we are moving our Hartford office location! Effective Monday, April 4, our new location will be at 50 Columbus Boulevard, between the “Candy Cane” building and the Convention Center.

Our facility is brand new and is designed for maximum patient comfort and convenience. There’s easy access to both I-91 and I-84, along with convenient and free parking.

The first day of operations at the new location will be on Monday, April 4th. The last day of operations in our old space will be on Wednesday, March 30th. So, patient care between March 31st and April 3rd will take place at our Farmington location and/or our New London offices.

All contact information will be the same at the new location, so all phone, fax and email information remains the same.

We look forward to continuing your care in our new space, and we hope you like it! We are always striving to improve and this brand new space will help us meet your needs in the best and most convenient way.

Introducing New Lending Library

The Center is pleased to partner with RESOLVE of Greater New England and its Hartford area volunteers to provide patients with a lending library. The library has over 50 books on a variety of fertility-themed topics. Patients are able to sign books in at our Farmington office. Pictured is Lynn Boorman, Administrative Assistant at the Center who organized and will manage the library.

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Meet Alison Bartolucci, Operational Lab Director

Have you ever wondered what our Laboratory Director’s responsibilities are at the Center? Or what is the favorite part of her job? Alison Bartolucci is the newest extremely talented employee profiled in our I Am The Center video series. We hope these videos help you get to know us just a little bit better. We’re so proud of all our employees. They truly are The Center.

 

Age and Fertility

“It’s not so much age, as it is the amount of time you’ve been trying to conceive.” In our new video series, Dr. Nulsen talks about age and fertility, how one impacts the other, and what you should look out for.