Why choose Utah Fertility Center
UFC is a fertility clinic with four convenient locations across Utah and Idaho. The clinic works to treat patients with all types of infertility issues.
Russell A. Foulk
Dr. Foulk is the Medical Director at Utah Fertility Center. He is dual board certified in OB/GYN and Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility. He works with a qualified team of physicians that includes Drs. Shawn E. Gurtcheff, Dierdre A. Conway, Jessie A. Dorais and Jason D. Parker.
Physicians at the facility are assisted by the nursing staff which comprises of registered nurse practitioners. Susie S. Sollis is a family practitioner who helps perform diagnostic tests to determine causes of infertility. She is also responsible for screening gestational carriers, intended parents and egg and embryo donors.
Another prominent member of the support staff is Anne-Marie Martin Lloyd who is a women's health nurse practitioner. She is also the coordinator for patients undergoing IVF, non-ART, ovum donor and gestational carrier cycles. Ms. Lloyd also offers preventive health care for women and coordinates patients care to individuals using ART.
Fertility Diagnostic and Treatment Services
Basic Infertility Treatment
- Ovulation induction
- Intrauterine insemination
- Donor sperm insemination
- Reproductive hormone assays
- Recurrent pregnancy loss
Advanced Reproductive Surgery
- Operative hysteroscopy
- Laser laparoscopic gynecological surgery
- Myomectomy and uterine reconstruction
- Semen analysis
- Surgical sperm retrieval methods
- Sperm preparation
- Sperm cryopreservation
- Short term sperm storage
Advanced Reproductive Treatments
- PESA / TESE for men with vasectomies
- Gestational carriers or surrogacy
- Advanced reproductive surgery
- Assisted hatching
Fertility preservation allows individuals and couples to freeze eggs, sperm or embryo with the intent of having biological children in the future. UFC offers the following fertility preservation services:
- Egg freezingis an option for women who may suffer from medical conditions like premature ovarian failure, endometriosis or recurrent ovarian cysts. For some others, cancer treatment may compromise their fertility or it may be a matter of personal choice to delay pregnancy.
- Sperm cryopreservationis done to freeze and store sperm for future use in reproduction. UFC banks sperm for individuals who wish to use it for their own reproductive purposes.
- Embryo Cryopreservationallows embryos created in a lab to be frozen for future use. After fertilization, embryos are allowed to grow in culture for five days until they reach the blastocyst stage. Then they are frozen to be used at a later time.
LGBT Family Building
UFC also offers LGBT family building services that can include options like:
- Donor sperm
- Donor egg
- Gestational surrogacy
UFC financial counselors can work with patients to discuss costs, review insurance coverage and provide the following financial options:
In collaboration with AttainFertility, the refund programs feature a money back factor if patient treatment is unsuccessful. The following options are available:
- 2+ Refund where 2 fresh cycles are included. The program also includes unlimited frozen cycles. There is a 50% refund in cases where there is no baby to take home.
- 3+ Refund features 3 fresh cycles. The plan also includes unlimited frozen cycles. Patients receive 100% refund in case of unsuccessful treatment.
- Multicycle core program fixes treatment cost and includes 2 fresh IVF cycles along with unlimited frozen cycles.
Other financing options includes getting fertility financing from:
- Prosper Healthcare Lending
- Lending Club Patient Solutions
Utah Fertility Center 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)
Utah Fertility Center IVF Success Rates
Fresh Nondonor Eggs IVF Success Rates
According to the newest CDC ART Success Rates Data,Utah Fertility Center in PLEASANT GROVE, UT performed 451 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||312||67||46||16||4||6|
|Live births (%)||63.0||44.3||43.2||2 / 12||0 / 2||0 / 3|
Frozen Nondonor Eggs IVF Success Rates
According to the newest CDC ART Success Rates Data,Utah Fertility Center in PLEASANT GROVE, UT performed 278 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||189||37||31||15||4||2|
|Live births (%)||62.0||58.3||46.7||4 / 15||0 / 4||0 / 1|
Donor Eggs IVF Success Rates
In 2015,according to the newest CDC ART Success Rates Data,Utah Fertility Center in PLEASANT GROVE, UT performed 43 IVF cycles with fresh embryos from donor eggs and 16 IVF cycles with frozen embryos from donor eggs.
|Donor Eggs||Number of cycles||Live births (%)|
|Frozen Embryos||16||8 / 16|