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IVF Florida Announces New Patient Finance Solution for Fertility Treatments
Date:11/19/2009

MARGATE, Fla., Nov. 19 /PRNewswire/ -- IVF FLORIDA Reproductive Associates today announced their partnership with Springstone Financial LLC to provide patients with improved financing options to fund IVF procedures and certain other fertility treatments. Financing programs are available to IVF FLORIDA and all IntegraMed Fertility Network patients immediately.

"At IVF FLORIDA we understand that many patients do not have insurance coverage for assisted reproductive technology (e.g., IVF), and that financial anxiety can complicate the decision to pursue needed treatment," said Dr. David Hoffman of IVF FLORIDA. "Many infertility patients drop out of treatment too early due to financial concerns. Programs like our Attain(TM) IVF Refund and Multi-Cycle Discount Programs are designed to increase patients' opportunities to have a baby--while reducing the stress associated with the cost of IVF. And the new financing program through Springstone Financial expands patient access to IVF and the Attain(TM) IVF Refund Programs."

Financing through Springstone is offered exclusively in South Florida at IVF FLORIDA. Features include low-interest and flexible financing options for all fertility treatments and Attain(TM) IVF Refund Programs. Fixed rate plans start at 5.99% APR, covering treatments ranging from $2,000-$40,000. No up-front payment is needed.

Attain(TM) IVF Refund Program participants pay one discounted fee for up to six tries and are guaranteed a baby or are refunded up to 70 percent or more. Patients who commit to multiple IVF cycles more than double their chances of pregnancy; 60 percent of patients under 35, and almost 70 percent of patients 35-37 may need more than one IVF cycle to have a baby. Nationwide, 75 percent of patients who complete the Attain(TM) IVF Refund Programs take home a baby.

About IVF Florida Reproductive Associates

With seven reproductive specialists operating out of offices in Wellington, Margate, Pembroke Pines and Jupiter/Palm Beach Gardens, IVF Florida is the state's largest infertility and reproductive medicine practice, treating over 2,600 patients each year. Collectively, IVF Florida's seven physicians have over a century of treating infertility, 26 years of which include academic posts. In addition, the staff boasts the most subspecialty-certified reproductive endocrinologists in Florida. IVF Florida is a member of IntegraMed, the nation's largest fertility network. For additional information, visit www.ivfflorida.com or search for "IVF Florida" on Facebook.

SOURCE IVF FLORIDA Reproductive Associates


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