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Tennessee Reproductive Medicine Named a Center of Excellence by Multiple Insurance Providers

TRM has been recognized by major insurance carriers as a top tier infertility practice, which may increase benefits for patients.

Chattanooga, Tenn. (November 11, 2019) ­– Tennessee Reproductive Medicine (TRM) has been recognized by multiple major insurance providers for demonstrating expertise through quality care. These distinctions exemplify TRM’s commitment to patients that has carried the practice through more than 10 years of serving 10,000 patients.


  • Institutes of Excellence by Aetna.
  • Blue Distinction Center by Blue Cross Blue Shield.
  • Center of Excellence by Cigna.
  • Fertility Solutions Center of Excellence by Optum, UnitedHealthcare.

These distinctions are based on multiple criteria to certify that TRM has provided the best quality care in excellent clinical conditions. Some of the criteria include having a lab accredited by the College of American Pathologists, performing elective single embryo transfer, maintaining higher success rate averages than the national average, and more.

“We understand that infertility pushes individuals and couples, who simply want to start a family, to undertake measures they never imagined,” said Dr. Rink Murray, TRM’s co-founder and practice director. “Being recognized by these companies is an affirmation of TRM’s continued responsibility to our patients of providing the greatest ease on the road to fertility.”

Patients utilizing these insurance carriers may have an increased level of benefit for treatments resulting in savings on the cost of fertility treatments.


About Tennessee Reproductive Medicine

Tennessee Reproductive Medicine (TRM) is a full-service reproductive endocrinology and fertility clinic located in Chattanooga, Tennessee. TRM’s goal is to provide the most advanced medical and surgical care to patients suffering from infertility, recurrent pregnancy loss, endometriosis, reproductive endocrine disorders (such as polycystic ovary syndrome and premature ovarian failure), abnormal menses and menopause.

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