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Atlanta Center for Reproductive Medicine

Average: 3.8 (4 votes)5 1
Atlanta Center for Reproductive Medicine (ACRM)
1800 Howell Mill Road
Suite 675
Atlanta, GA 30318



Success Rates

IVF Success Rates: 

IVF Success Rates-Fresh Cycle

According to the most recent report published by the CDC, Atlanta Center for Reproductive Medicine in Atlanta, Georgia performed 537 IVF cycles with fresh embryos in 2014. The number of IVF cycles and babies born, broken down by patients' age is as follows:

Clinic Name Number of Cycles by Age Live Birth Rate By Age (%)
<35 35-37 38-40 41-42 43-44 >44 <35 35-37 38-40 41-42 43-44 >44
Atlanta Center for Reproductive Medicine 299 108 84 34 12 1 42.8 31.5 27.4 8.8 0 / 12 0 / 1

IVF Success Rates-Frozen Cycle

According to the most recent report published by the CDC, Atlanta Center for Reproductive Medicine in Atlanta, Georgia performed 239 IVF cycles with frozen embryos in 2014. The number of IVF cycles and babies born, broken down by patients' age is as follows:

Clinic Name Number of Cycles by Age Live Birth Rate By Age (%)
<35 35-37 38-40 41-42 43-44 >44 <35 35-37 38-40 41-42 43-44 >44
Atlanta Center for Reproductive Medicine 139 52 34 12 2 0 44.6 50.0 38.2 2 / 12 1 / 2 N/A
Egg Donation Success Rates: 

Egg Donation Success Rates

As reported by Atlanta Center for Reproductive Medicine in Atlanta, Georgia to the CDC in 2014, the fertility clinic performed 74 donor egg cycles in that year; 21 cycles used fresh embryos from donor eggs and 53 cycles used frozen embryos from donor eggs.

Clinic Name Fresh Embryos from Donor Eggs Live Birth Rate (%) Frozen Embryos from Donor Eggs Live Birth Rate (%)
Atlanta Center for Reproductive Medicine 21 42.9 53 50.9

*Success rates can be manipulated and should not be used to compare fertility clinics



Don't walk - RUN away!

Your rating: 15 1
This place has the most abyssmal customer service I have ever encountered at a for-profit business. We were trying to get pregnant on a somewhat restricted schedule as my husband and I live and work overseas. We did our initial consultation with Dr. Denis in his office, then set up phone consults leading up to the proceedure. Despite emailing and telling the admin staff several times that we lived several time zones away - they kept wanting to schedule us for appointments at ridiculous times for us. So okay - that could be forgiven - I'm sure they deal with lots of people. Then it was quite clear that despite us practically RUNNING after them trying to get them to communicate with us in the lead up to the procedures, all they were wanting to ensure was the payment. Wouldn't even schedule our procedures until EVERYTHING was paid in advance. And this had to be done over the phone while transiting international airports! So then we arrive in ATL for our cycle and suddenly they want to see us at the drop of a hat even though our house is about an hour's drive from their offices. We had been trying to get a schedule for all of our appointments lined up before leaving for the US - but again - all they cared about was the $$$. We barely saw Dr. Denis after the initial consultation constantly just shuffled from nurse to nurse to other doctors. The worst insult was during my egg retrieval (which was being done by the 3rd or 4th Doc I'd seen in the cycle) - the tall slender woman came to the recovery room and informed me the results were bad with absolutely NO empathy or bedside manner. The next person who was wheeled into the room after me had the same doctor go right to her and tell her the great results of her procedure and it couldn't have been more night and day in the doctor-patient interaction. While I'm happy for the other lady - at that particular moment a bit of privacy and tact on the doctor's behalf would have gone a LONG way. The final straw however, was our experience when we decided to try a 2nd time... We paid all our money up front (didn't want the same scheduling fiasco as the first time!) and were told someone would be in contact. 36 days later I emailed and told the finance people that no one had called. They assured me someone would get in touch with me soon. At that point I made up my mind I didn't want to have the same horrible, impersonal service I had the second time while spending so much money to line the doctors' pockets. And to close this story with a slamming of the door - when I emailed Dr. Denis' nurse for his email address so I could write him a note describing our experiences in the hopes that others didn't have to endure what we had - I was informed WE'RE NOT ALLOWED TO TALK DIRECTLY TO THE DOCTORS THEMSELVES but she'd pass on a message. Are you kidding me?!?!? That kind of a response was why I wanted to email him directly! Bottom line - you have to chase them until it's time for the proceedure - then they're rude and inconsiderate of your time - expecting you to drop everything and be at previously unscheduled meetings in an hour. The doctors and admin staff are pretty rude. All they care about is getting the money, but when you want a detailed accounting of what you've paid and any refund you may be owed... It's absolute radio silence. I don't know who we'll use for our 2nd round - but it won't be ACRM!

My experience - Love my Dr.

Your rating: 55 1
I will start this review saying that I am not pregnant yet, but starting IVF with this practice after 3 months of IUI. I know it is easy to write a positive review if you achieve that dream you hope for, but I have had such a wonderful experience up to this point that I want to share. Like many others, I read the reviews on the clinic back in April and I was less than impressed. I made an appt with another clinic, but it was 3 months to get in. I could get in at ACRM in a few days and I could at least confirm a few things to alleviate stress versus waiting 3 months. I went in with basically zero expectations because of the reviews. I took the first appt they had and that was with Dr. Calhoun. I tried to prepare as much as possible to take all my paperwork and scan report. Dr. Calhoun was very kind and left a great first impression. She provided her thoughts and treatment ideas, but said she really wanted to see the actual scan and not just the report. She would order them and it would take a few days. Being the eager person I am to have answers, I asked if I could pickup and drop off for a faster review. She shocked me by responding, if I could get in the next few hours she would meet me on her lunch hour. That is very rare these days with doctors. We had that lunch meeting and she has been great ever since. She has personally called me with some good and bad news to make sure I was ok with things and today she helped with an insurance situation that left me feeling even more that I have chosen the right Dr with this journey - no matter the outcome. Doctors don't usually get involved in these types of issues and it is left more towards the administrative staff, but we were getting no where and we are talking about something that is thousands of dollars. Not only is IVF emotionally and physically stressing, it is as well as financially and I totally appreciate her time to help with something that can most likely avoid me those out of pocket costs and also patients in the future. I feel really blessed by her help and attitude today. She has always been more than willing to spend the time to answer questions and never rushed during appointments, which is wonderful when this can be so confusing and complicated. There were also comments about the clinic being "factory like" and only wanting the money. I can't say I have experienced this either. I work with the Marietta staff 90% of the time and they are nothing like that. My patient coordinator, nurse, lab technicians, and other office staff have been nothing but personable and nice. They are very responsive when you need something. With infertility, you have to expect there are processes that the clinics follow as far as financial coverage, etc and this is becoming the standard these days with most doctor offices. ACRM clearly explains all of their fees up front so I don't feel there have been any surprises and them trying to change information down the road. I have to say I have been pleasantly surprised and happy that I didn't listen to the reviews. I have seen another doctor there and a nurse practitioner and they both have been great also, but I have to say I love Dr. Calhoun the most :-) Besides this little road block with an insurance item, that really isn't ACRM, but the genetics lab they use, there is nothing that I can say at this point I wish was different or easier (besides already getting pregnant). Thanks to Dr. Calhoun's excellent patient care and concern, I can go into my weekend a little more stress free now and appreciate that I don't have this huge financial obstacle in front of me. Please consider ACRM as you look at fertility clinics as I think you will be happy that you did!

Top Notch Practice

Your rating: 55 1
I had a great experience at ACRM. We visited another fertility clinic as well and decided ACRM just felt like a better fit. They made everything easy - making an appointment, getting ahold of people, getting results from test, etc. Not only that, every single person that I came in contact with there was a true professional and really seemed to care and take pride in what they are doing. I can't say enough about how great they all are. I'd definitely recommend them!

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