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Choosing a Fertility Clinic in Kansas City

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There are five fertility clinics in the Kansas City area and approximately nine fertility doctors practicing in this region. These doctors work in fertility clinics and hospital settings. The clinics in the Kansas City area are:

  • Center for Advance Reproductive Medicine, University of Kansas Medical Center, Kansas City, KS
  • Midwest Reproductive, Olathe, KS
  • Midwest Women's Healthcare, Kansas City, MO
  • Reproductive Medical and Infertility, Shawnee Mission, KS
  • Reproductive Resource Center, Overland Park, KS

Kansas City Infertility Clinics has extensive information on the fertility doctors clinics Kansas City. Simply type in your zip code in the “Find a Doctor” or “Find a Clinic” search at the top of every page at If you make an appointment tell your doctor we sent you.

What to Look for When Selecting a Fertility Clinic

When selecting a fertility clinic examine the success rates of the clinic. You can find information about fertility clinic success rates in the 2007 Assisted Reproduction and Technology Report published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The report provides information on specific infertility treatments like in vitro fertilization (IVF) and egg donation. Review the number of cycles and success rates for women your age with your diagnosis.

Meet with a physician at the clinic you choose. Save time by bringing your medical records and prepare written questions about your treatment options. Pay attention to how the staff relates to each other and to their patients. What type of environment is it? You may be spending lots of time there so you want to have confidence in the staff and feel comfortable with them.

Your fertility clinic has a team of healthcare professionals whose experience and expertise may make the difference in terms of your success in family building. The team consists of doctors, nurses, embryologists, counselors, insurance experts, and practitioners who draw blood and administer and interpret your laboratory tests.

Talk with trusted family, friends, and health professionals about their experience with and knowledge of fertility clinics. You have your own network, when you think about it, so use their recommendations when making your decision.


Fertility treatment can mean multiple appointments every week. Consider that when choosing a clinic. Be sure the clinic you work with is geographically accessible and inquire about any satellite offices that may be closer to home.