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REPRODUCTIVE CARE CENTER (SANDY, UT)

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Address:
10150 Petunia Way, Sandy,UT 84092
Description:

Why choose Reproductive Care Center

The Reproductive Care Center was established in 1996 and is the first private practice and infertility clinic in the state of Utah. The clinic services clients from surrounding Idaho, Montana and Wyoming as well.James S. HeinerDr. Heiner is the founder of RCC. He is a board certified infertility specialist and reproductive endocrinologist. He works with a team of certified OB/GYN and Reproductive Endocrinologists which includes Drs. Keith L. Blauer, Harry H. Hatasaka, John L. Gililland, and Andrew K. Moore.Lab and Nursing StaffMichael L. Norton is the Andrology and Endocrinology Lab Supervisor at RCC. Brett Reggio is the Laboratory Director at RCC.Brooke Welsh is a Women's Health Practitioner and a coordinator for RCC patients undergoing treatment cycles such as IVF, non-ART, ovulation induction and IUI.

Services and Procedures

RCC offers a full range of infertility treatment services for patients with different needs. Everything from the most basic and non-invasive treatments to advanced procedures is available at the center.Basic Treatments

  • Medications or fertility drugs?are available to treat many of the conditions causing female fertility.
  • IUI is sometimes used with medications to treat basic infertility issues. The procedure places concentrated sperm into the uterus bypassing the cervix to facilitate fertilization.

Advanced Treatments

  • IVF?uses the female?partner's eggs and the male partner's sperm and fertilizes them in the lab. IVF procedures can range from very basic to advanced.
  • Donor egg IVF?gives women a chance to use donor eggs for IVF. Egg donors undergo extensive physical and psychological testing to ensure suitability. This option is recommended for women whose eggs have been damaged by cancer treatment or whose ovaries were removed. Women who have experienced multiple failed IVF cycles are also suitable candidates.
  • Fertility preservation?services at RCC include egg freezing by which women can support a pregnancy later on in life. With this procedure, eggs retain their fertility capacity present at the time of freezing. So when they are used later the egg quality remains the same.
  • Surgical options?include options like laparoscopic or hysteroscopic surgery and tubal reversal surgery.
  • Male infertility treatment options?include?tubal reversal,?semen analysis and?sperm freezing vasectomy reversal.

Financial Options

RCC works with most major insurers. The center also offers some guarantee IVF program options where patients get their money back if treatment is unsuccessful.Fresh cycle IVF guarantee program?costs $23, 097, not including the cost of medication or anesthesia. The cycle features up to 4 fresh IVF cycles with all available frozen embryos transfers between IVF cycles. The program guarantees 100 % refund if treatment is unsuccessful.Frozen donor egg IVF guarantee?program?costs $ 35, 345. The program features up to four frozen egg IVF cycles. Also included are donor screening fees, donor medications with all available frozen embryo transfer cycles. The cost also covers anesthesia fees and a?100% refund if the patient does not have a baby.Fertility Medication AssistancePatients can seek financial assistance for fertility medication with the compassionate care program. The program offers up to 75% savings for uninsured, yet income eligible patients.

Reproductive Care Center Services and Profile

  • Whether clinic has donor egg program (Yes)
  • Whether clinic has donated embryo program (Yes)
  • Whether clinic has embryo cryopreservation program (Yes)
  • Whether clinic has egg cryopreservation program (Yes)
  • Clinic services for single women (No)
  • Clinic services for using gestational carriers (Yes)
  • Whether clinic is SART member (Yes)
  • Embryo laboratory accreditation status (Yes)
  • REPRODUCTIVE CARE CENTER (SANDY, UT) IVF Success Rates

    Total number of IVF cycles

    Medical DirectorAll IVF CyclesAge<35 CyclesAge 35-37 CyclesAge 38-40 CyclesAge 41-42 CyclesAge≥43 Cycles
    Keith L. Blauer, MD9766161521364527

    Nondonor Eggs Number of transfers

    Age under 35Age 35-37Age 38-40Age 41-42Age ≥43
    3769738112

    Average number of transfers per intended retrieval

    Age <35Age 35-37Age 38-40Age 41-42Age ≥43
    1.21.21.20.40.3

    Nondonor Eggs Live Birth Rates (Transfers≥20)

    Age under 35Age 35-37Age 38-40Age 41-42Age ≥43
    47.632.031.6

    Donor IVF Number of Transfers

    Donor, Fresh emb, Fresh eggDonor, Fresh emb, Frozen eggDonor, Frozen embryoDonated embryo
    133178

    Donor IVF Live Birth Rates (Transfers≥20)

    Donor, Fresh emb, Fresh eggDonor, Fresh emb, Frozen eggDonor, Frozen embryoDonated embryo
    60.6

    Pct transfers using gestational carrier

    Age <35Age 35-37Age 38-40Age 41-42Age ≥43All ages
    0.85.327.31

    Pct transfers using frozen embryos

    Age <35Age 35-37Age 38-40Age 41-42Age ≥43All ages
    63.063.048.937.554.559.9

    Pct transfers of at least one embryo with ICSI

    Age <35Age 35-37Age 38-40Age 41-42Age ≥43All ages
    5655.558.575.06357.6



    * Latest IVF success reports are based on the 2017 CDC data.
    * Learn about success rate and definition. Read: What Is IVF Success Rate?

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