Affordable Infertility Treatment for Military Families
Georgia Reproductive Specialists is now offering substational savings to military members.
Atlanta (I-Newswire) October 31, 2012 - Georgia Reproductive Specialists is proud to now offer a 40% military discount to all active duty, retired, National Guard and reserve military members. The current economic downturn in conjunction with limited access to specialized medicine within the military was a major influence in approving the discount along with a new price of $9,500 for an IVF cycle.
Molly Kaufman, wife of Lt Col Matthew Kaufman (US Army, ret), says "In my late twenties and early thirties I had a tough time maintaining pregnancies. Between my recurrent pregnancy loss and my husband juggling deployments, it was a span of eleven years before we had children. After three miscarriages, I was ready to give up hope on ever having children."
Like so many other couples, Molly and Matt kept trying, knowing that other options were not attainable. "I read many articles on the availability of infertility treatments, but the cost of any treatment for us was so far out of our savings or budget, it wasn't something we could ever explore. A discount like this means real options for military families who would not normally be a candidate simply due to financial constraints," says Molly.
Dr. Desiree McCarthy-Keith, a reproductive endocrinologist at Georgia Reproductive Specialists, understands the hurdles most military couples face when trying to overcome infertility. "I had the privilege of helping uniformed service members build their families during my time at Walter Reed Army Medical Center and the National Naval Medical Center. I witnessed firsthand the importance of family to those who sacrifice so much for our country and am honored to provide affordable fertility care for members of our United States military," says Dr. McCarthy-Keith.
The military discount will be offered on all consultations and treatments, excluding outside lab work. A valid military ID is required at the time of service to receive the discount. For more information regarding all treatment pricing and options, contact Georgia Reproductive Specialists at 404-843-2229 or visit their webpage at www.ivf.com.
Georgia Reproductive Specialists was founded in 2000 out of a growing need for a reproductive healthcare facility in the Atlanta area that focuses on patient-centered care. With over 100 years of combined experience, the team of reproductive endocrinologists and embryologists at Georgia Reproductive Specialists has helped thousands of infertility patients become parents. Their reputation for personalized patient fertility care and clinical success has been built on a strong philosophical foundation.
Georgia Reproductive Specialists
5445 Meridian Mark Road
Phone : 404-843-2229
Published On:October 31, 2012
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