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Uninsured Infertility Patients Get Access to Affordable IVF Care Through WINFertility® - Program Expands with Prestigious Fertility Practices Covering the Carolinas
Date:12/26/2013

href)" rel="nofollow">Typical patient savings per IVF treatment cycle in the Carolinas range from 10% to 40% or more, depending on specific treatments and medication doses required.

Incorporated in the unique Consumer Program is access to WINFertility’s FertilityCoachSM Nurses on a 24/7 basis for education and care coordination, a Medical Advisory Board comprised of industry-leading Reproductive Endocrinologists and ivf loan financing programs at preferred rates that enable patients to pay over time.

WINFertility’s Network Practices Deliver High-Quality Care to Patients in Raleigh, Durham, Cary, Chapel Hill, Fayetteville, Asheville, Spartanburg and Greenville Areas.

The WINFertility Treatment Program is available in 4 convenient locations throughout the Carolinas through two leading fertility practices: Atlantic Reproductive Medical Specialists and Piedmont Reproductive Endocrinology Group (PREG).

Both of the WINFertility provider programs boast free-standing, fully accredited, state-of-the-art IVF facilities and laboratories, specifically developed to accommodate advanced fertility treatments and microsurgical procedures. The experienced teams of fellowship-trained specialists provide a full range of infertility services, from female and male testing and diagnosis, through IUI, IVF, Donor Programs and pre-implantation genetic diagnosis and screening (PGD/PGS). Fertility Preservation, Recurrent Pregnancy Loss, Endometriosis and PCOS programs are also offered.

Atlantic Reproductive Medicine Specialists and PREG are each led by double board certified Reproductive Endocrinologists and have achieved among the highest success rates across all age groups in the region. Collectively, these successful programs have helped thousands of Carolina fertility patients on their path to parenthood.'/>"/>

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