ATTENTION: Coronavirus Update
Updated December 21, 2020
What to expect: Patient safety remains our primary concern. We have implemented several new procedures to keep our patients and staff safe during the coronavirus pandemic. New procedures include having patients wait for their appointments in their cars and practicing universal masking.
Telehealth consultations: We highly encourage patients to continue to utilize our telehealth (audio and video) appointments when possible. To request a telehealth consult please send an email to [email protected] requesting either a return consult (if you are already an established patient) or new patient consult, along with your:
Someone will follow up with you regarding appropriate forms and scheduling your appointment.
Limit your risk of COVID-19: We ask that you please follow the safety precautions recommended by the CDC and stay at home to limit your risk of getting or spreading the virus.
For future updates: We will monitor this situation on a continual basis and provide updates on our website and social media:
We look forward to seeing you in the near future to continue your fertility journey. Thank you! The team at TRM
There are many considerations for pregnant women (or those considering getting pregnant) and the COVID-19 vaccine. We offer guidance and answers to frequently asked questions regarding pregnancy and vaccinations for the novel coronavirus.
The American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) has partnered with FertilityIQ to offer free fertility courses to TRM patients through May 8. Topics include IVF, mental health, miscarriage, fertility treatment and work, and more.
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