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Choosing a Fertility Clinic in Phoenix
There are ten fertility clinics in the state of Arizona. You may not know where to begin when searching for the fertility clinic that is right for you. Factors to take into consideration when choosing a fertility clinic include the types of procedures offered at the clinic, location of the fertility clinic, and success rates. A personal visit is also recommended when choosing a fertility clinic.
Phoenix Fertility Clinic Options
Visit the Find a Clinic search on FertilityAuthority.com to find a fertility clinic in Phoenix, Arizona.
What to Look for When Choosing a Fertility Clinic
Consider finding a clinic that specializes in your diagnosis and other criteria that you feel is important for a fertility clinic to have. If you are unsure of where to start, call us at 1-855-955-BABY (2229) and Fertility Authority's Patient Care Coordinators will gladly match you to a fertility clinic that best suits your fertility treatment needs.
You can find information about Phoenix area fertility clinics in the Assisted Reproductive Technology Report. This report, which is compiled by the CDC, lists information on every fertility clinic that is operating in the United States. Information listed on this report include types of procedures offered, patients accepted, and success rates for each type of IVF procedure.
This information can be very helpful to you when making your fertility clinic decision. However, it is important you learn how to read these statistics carefully, in order to get the clearest picture of each clinic.
Fertility Doctors, Fertility Nurses, and Other Fertility Clinic Practitioners
When you begin your fertility treatments, you will be under the care of a whole team of infertility professionals. Along with your fertility doctor, this team includes nurses, counselors, embryologists, and lab staff.
You will be spending a lot of time with this infertility team when you begin your treatments. For this reason, it is important you feel comfortable with them. This is especially true of larger practices with rotating fertility doctor schedules or those which rely on nurses and technicians for the bulk of fertility testing. To see if the fertility clinic would be a good fit, it is helpful to schedule a personal visit. This will give you the opportunity to observe the environment, as well as how the staff treats the other patients.
When planning your visit, try to see if you can arrange a meeting with one of the fertility doctors on staff. This will give you the chance to ask the fertility doctor some questions before you choose your fertility clinic.
Focusing on the location of your fertility clinic may not seem very important, but it is a factor that should be taken into consideration. It is common to have frequent monitoring appointments with your fertility doctor, even daily appointments. This may make it difficult to travel a long distance to a fertility clinic. It’s likely you’ll be under a lot of stress as you go through your fertility treatment process, and you need to consider whether a lengthy commute makes sense for you.