Appointment Types

The Center of Reproductive Medicine's approach to fertility care will reflect your unique needs. From the front desk, to the financial counselors, to the nurses, and of course your doctors, you will receive personalized care and attention throughout your fertility treatment.

Infertility New Patient

Based on the initial testing and physical evaluation, your fertility Specialist will discuss the best pathway to achieve pregnancy or to maintain a pregnancy. This appointment does not mean you must start treatment with us.

Returning Patient

This appointment is for a patient that has not been actively seen by our Specialist in the last six (6) months. During your return visit with us, you will have a consult with your Specialist and a vaginal ultrasound to assess the lining of your uterus and the ovaries.

Egg or Sperm Freezing

Egg freezing appointment is initiated with a new patient visit. A pathway to preserving your fertility will be discussed with you at this visit.

Sperm freezing appointment is available to a patient wanting to preserve fertility prior to a vasectomy procedure, military deployment, and chemotherapy or hormone therapy.

Complex Gynecological Case

Your condition is considered a complex gynecological case if you are diagnosed with uterine fibroids, polyps and/or polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS). Other cases may be referred by your regular gynecological doctor on a case by case basis to our Specialist.

Referral Semen Analysis

This doctor referral occurs when your spouse/partner’s doctor has ordered a semen analysis test. To schedule this test, your spouse/partner’s doctor must order this test first and send it to us before we can schedule your appointment with the Center of Reproductive Medicine. One of our representatives is available to assist you with this referral process.

Referral HSG

Your gynecologist has referred you to see our fertility specialists to evaluate your uterine tubal status. This test is performed to ensure tubes are not blocked or to confirm an Essure sterilization procedure has/has not taken place.