Tennessee Reproductive Medicine celebrates 10 years of helping men and women in the Chattanooga area expand their families.
The College of American Pathologists awarded accreditation to Tennessee Reproductive Medicine, based on a recent on-site laboratory inspection.
TRM’s “Hope for the Holidays” contest runs through November 30, 2017 and will award treatment scans, laboratory testing, egg and sperm retrieval, fertilization and embryo transfer at no cost to a randomly selected applicant. The winner will be announced in December.
Tennessee Reproductive Medicine has been awarded the 2017 Cigna Infertility Center of Excellence meeting standards of quality and cost-efficiency, an accolade given to the top performing infertility centers in the nation.
With the approach of Memorial Day, which honors the veterans who have died serving their country, TRM wants people to know about the “Serving Our Veterans” IVF veteran program. Many vets may not know about the discounts available to them at clinics that have joined the national program.
Doctor Rink Murray finds that Zika virus is not a reason for women in the United States to postpone pregnancy.
Chattanooga fertility specialists Dr. Rink Murray and Dr. Jessica Scotchie have been awarded Best Doctors in America for 2015-16. That ranks Scotchie & Murray, cofounders of Tennessee Reproductive Medicine (TRM), among the top five percent of U.S. doctors.
Paying for egg freezing as an option to protect employees’ future fertility should be applauded, but it’s not the only answer
Doctors Rink Murray and Jessica Scotchie have been awarded Best Doctors in America® for 2014 for the sixth consecutive year that one or both has won.