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Choosing an Infertility Clinic in Columbus

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There are 12 fertility clinics operating in the state of Ohio, including one clinic located directly in Columbus. Five fertility doctors are currently practicing in the Columbus area, and an additional 49 are located in other areas of Ohio. These fertility doctors practice in affiliation with fertility clinics, universities, or hospitals in Ohio.

Columbus Infertility Clinic Options has an extensive database of all Reproductive Endocrinologists in the Columbus area. Simply type in your zip code in the “Find a Doctor” or “Find a Clinic” search at the top of every page on the website. And, if you make an appointment, tell the doctor we sent you.

What to Look for When Choosing an Infertility Clinic

For people choosing a fertility clinic, it may be tempting to pick the one with the highest success rate. The success rate for a fertility clinic is an important piece to consider when comparing multiple clinics, but it should not be the only factor used to do so. Potential patients can research the latest fertility clinic success rates by using the Assisted Reproductive Technology Report. Published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), this in-depth report compares the services and success rates for every fertility clinic in every state.

When reading through this report, it is important to study the data carefully. For instance, one clinic with a high success rate may not be the most beneficial choice for you if it does not treat women with your particular diagnosis. The ART Report lists success rates broken up by age group and type of procedure. It is a good idea to look at the success rates for your specific demographic.

Clinic Practitioners

Your fertility doctor will not be the only person involved in your family-building goal. Your fertility clinic will be comprised of a team of professionals including your fertility doctor, counselors, lab technicians, financial advisors, nurses and embryologists, among other workers.

It is important to get a good feel for this team before you make your fertility clinic choice. Try to schedule a visit with each fertility clinic you are considering beforehand. Prepare a list of questions to ask, such as how long the clinic has been in practice, and what types of treatment philosophies are shared by the staff. Arrange to meet with your potential fertility doctor as well. He or she can talk to you specifically about potential treatment options, so make sure to bring your complete medical history with you.


Once you begin fertility treatments, you may find yourself driving back and forth to frequent appointments, sometimes as often as one per day. So when choosing your fertility clinic, you may have to take distance into consideration as well. You and your partner may not be able to drive to your clinic every day if it is located an hour or more away from your home. Seek out recommendations from your doctor or friends who have gone through the process. Distance may seem like a trivial consideration, but you don’t want to add a stressful commute to an already tense time.