CCRM is a leading fertility clinic in the field of reproductive medicine. The center provides a variety of fertility treatments ranging from basic infertility care to the most advanced procedures in reproductive technology.
- 1 Why Choose CCRM?
- 2 Locations
- 3 Meet the Team
- 4 Services and Procedures
- 5 Patient Wellness
- 6 Financing Options
- 7 Colorado Center for Reproductive Medicine Services and Profile
- 8 Colorado Center for Reproductive Medicine IVF Success Rates
Why Choose CCRM?
- Personalized patient care for 25 years
- State-of-the-art diagnostic, medical and surgical equipment
- Pioneering IVF technology
- Panoramic care
- A continued commitment to succeed with even the most complex cases
- Ground breaking research in fertility medicine
- CCRM embryo banking program
- 10 locations across the US and Canada
With its flagship clinic operating from Colorado, CCRM works from another nine cities where the best in infertility care is provided to its patients. At all our locations, our team of doctors works to care for patients through thoughtful, cost effective and sincere treatment, all with an individualized approach.
Our locations include:
- Atlanta - 4 locations
- Boston - coming soon
- Colorado Flagship - 3 locations
- Houston - 2 locations
- Minneapolis - 1 location
- New York - 1 location
- Northern Virginia - coming soon
- Orange County - 3 locations
- San Francisco - coming soon
- Toronto - 1 location
CCRM was founded by Dr. William Schoolcraft in 1987 and has achieved national recognition since its inception. Our medical centers are renowned for their clinical excellence and advanced research in the area of reproductive medicine.
The doctors at CCRM have a lot of experience with different infertility issues and can help you find a treatment plan that will best work for you and your partner.
Meet the Team
Today the CCRM has a team pf 36 physicians, infertility doctors, research scientists, embryologists and professional staff working from our multiple locations.
Our founder and Medical Director, Dr. William Schoolcraft practices from our flagship location in Colorado. He is one of a handful of physicians who is board certified by the American Board of Bioanalysis as a High Complexity Clinical Laboratory Director.
Dr. Schoolcraft and his colleagues have helped families conceive more than 20,000 IVF babies since the CCRM started operating.
Services and Procedures
- Fertility assessment program
- Basic fertility treatment
- Natural cycle monitoring
- Ovulation induction
- Laparoscopy or hysteroscopy
- Controlled ovarian hyperstimulation
- Egg fertilization & embryo culture
- Egg retrieval
- Assisted hatching
- Embryo freezing
- Male fertility factor
- Egg Freezing
- LGBT family services
- Repeated miscarriage
- Past IVF failures
- Third party reproduction - egg donor program
CCRM has in-house psychological counselors who offer support services emphasizing both on the mind and body. Our team incorporates the mind/body correlation into their patients’ medical treatment. This allows for an all-inclusive approach to addressing the various aspects of fertility treatment.
Our patient wellness services include:
Individual and Couples Counseling- many patients come to visit the counselors to explore relaxation techniques. Sometimes, couples are not able to cope similarly. In these cases, one partner may wish to come in separately to discuss relational concerns. Or the couple may want to visit together.
Free Infertility Support Groups are divided into two types. One of the groups is designed for patients to talk about the emotional elements of their fertility challenges. The other group is for sperm and egg donor recipients and their respective concerns.
Yoga for Fertility- this program focuses on the benefits of incorporating yoga because of its many therapeutic benefits. Patients can help manage stress which comes with fertility challenges by engaging in yoga. We have instructors who are highly experienced in working with patients during all the different phases of IUI and IVF.
Acupuncture- CCRM also offers the expertise of licensed acupuncturists to its patients. This is done in combination with embryo transfers during IVF. This therapy is based on research which shows that acupuncture done right before and right after embryo transfer in IVF can improve the prospect of pregnancy. This is because acupuncture helps relax the patient and improve the flow of blood to the uterus.
Assure IVF Refund Program
CCRM has partnered with the Assure IVF Refund Program to facilitate financial planning for fertility treatment. This program permits individuals to pay a fixed, discounted fee. This fee covers up to 3 fresh IVF cycles along with 3 frozen embryo transfers. The refund fee is according to the established CCRM IVF charges.
The program recognizes that if successful birth does not occur, or the patient withdraws based on clinical reasons, they will get a refund. This refund can range between 80%- 100% of the fees depending on the treatment.
CCRM also works with LightStream Financing as a partner for patients undergoing fertility treatment. This financing program offers the following options to patients:
- Funding for all aspects of treatment
- Fixed interest rates and flexible loan terms
- No fees, including no origination, application, prepayment or penalties
- Fast and easy application, approval and activation
- Patients are funded directly
- Money goes in account as early as the same day
- Unsecured, lien free, no collateral, no equity required
Colorado CCRM Costs
Our medical team at CCRM knows that IVF financing and infertility treatment expenses can have a significant impact on a couple’s financial situation. But you do not have to worry as we will work with you to keep you well acquainted with all your financing options.
Here is a look at an in vitro cycle costs at CCRM. These cost are only applicable to our Colorado location:
|work-up leading to the cycle- insurance coverage possible||$5,000|
|Medications required throughout the cycle||$5,800 -$10,800|
|IVF cycle including blood work and ultra sound. Ovarian stimulation, egg retrieval, embryo transfer and cost of surgical rooms||$14,922|
Cost breakdown for donor egg cycle is:
|first time donors||$34,996|
|known donor or agency donor||$26,775|
|medications prescribed throughout donor cycle||$4,500 to $8,500|
|work-up for recipient||$5,000|
Other services at CCRM include:
|comprehensive chromosomal screening of six embryos||$ 6,225|
|appointment for new patient in office||$311|
|appointment for new patient via phone||$326|
|appointment for out of country new patient via phone||$377|
|extended re group||$234|
Colorado Center for Reproductive Medicine Services and Profile
- Donor egg services (Yes)
- Donor embryo services (Yes)
- ART for single women (Yes)
- Gestational carrier services (Yes)
- Embryo cryopreservation services (Yes)
- SART member (Yes)
- Verified lab accreditation (Yes)
Colorado Center for Reproductive Medicine IVF Success Rates
Fresh Nondonor Eggs IVF Success Rates
According to the newest CDC ART Success Rates Data,Colorado Center for Reproductive Medicine in LONE TREE, CO performed 419 fresh nondonor eggs IVF cycles in 2015. Below is the number of IVF cycles and babies born by the patient's age.
|Number of cycles||149||66||80||39||63||22|
|Live births (%)||62.7||7 / 13||2 / 8||1 / 4||1 / 1|
Frozen Nondonor Eggs IVF Success Rates
According to the newest CDC ART Success Rates Data,Colorado Center for Reproductive Medicine in LONE TREE, CO performed 1188 frozen nondonor eggs IVF cycles in 2015. Below is the number of IVF cycles and babies born by the patient's age.
|Number of cycles||376||289||295||144||67||17|
|Live births (%)||68.9||66.4||67.1||55.6||51.5||5 / 17|
Donor Eggs IVF Success Rates
In 2015,according to the newest CDC ART Success Rates Data,Colorado Center for Reproductive Medicine in LONE TREE, CO performed 87 IVF cycles with fresh embryos from donor eggs and 212 IVF cycles with frozen embryos from donor eggs.
|Donor Eggs||Number of cycles||Live births (%)|