Why ACRM is Different

Patient-Focused Fertility Services in Atlanta

At Atlanta Center for Reproductive Medicine, we stay on top of all the new developments in the ever-evolving field of reproductive medicine. By optimizing assisted reproductive technologies we will raise the bar of excellence so patients may achieve their ultimate goal: a healthy baby. We are a team of professionals dedicated to caring for patients through thoughtful, cost-effective and, most importantly, honest treatment with an individualized approach.

Our outstanding reputation for patient care and high success rates have earned us a “Center of Excellence” designation by OptumHealth, a United Healthcare Company. We have also been named an “Institute of Excellence” by Aetna.

ACRM is part of the CCRM Network

In 2016, ACRM entered into partnership with the Colorado Center for Reproductive Medicine network (CCRM). This partnership provides patients in the southeastern U.S. with continued access to ACRM’s outstanding patient care and outcomes, as well as leading fertility technology developed by the CCRM Network.

Specialty-Trained Atlanta Fertility Doctors Direct Your Care

All of our Atlanta fertility doctors are fellowship-trained in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility, and are certified or eligible for certification in the subspecialty. Trained at premier institutions, our doctors are renowned professionals with over 100 years of collective experience in the field of reproductive medicine. They have served as speakers at national conferences and board review courses, consultants to other IVF practices and have held academic faculty positions.

Three Offices Across GA

We operate four infertility clinics in Georgia – Atlanta-Perimeter, Atlanta-Buckhead, and Marietta office. Most visits can be scheduled at any office location; Atlanta-Perimeter and Atlanta-Buckhead also offer evening and weekend appointments. Since infertility treatment is a 7-day a week commitment, we keep our Atlanta-Perimeter office open on weekends and holidays, 364 days a year.

A Unified Approach to Care

At ACRM, we believe in a team approach to patient care. In some practices, each doctor has his/her own way of providing care. This can lead to confusion and even doubt about what really is the best treatment approach when seeing different doctors at your visits. At ACRM our doctors meet regularly to discuss what we believe is the best approach in each case, giving you the benefit of their combined experience. This also means you will not get different opinions about treatment depending on which doctor you happen to see.

No Out-Of-Date Tests or Treatments

We will not ask you to do tests that will not alter treatments. Often, laparoscopies, endometrial biopsies, postcoital tests, and excessive sperm tests are not needed. We will not recommend ineffective or outdated treatments. Our goal is to help you achieve a successful pregnancy quickly and efficiently. We stay up-to-date on the most effective treatments by conferring with colleagues around the country, attending national conferences, and keeping up with the most up-to-date research in our field.

Our Support Comes In Many Forms

Our medical staff will work one-on-one with you to help you understand the reason(s) for your infertility, arrive at a diagnosis, and design a treatment plan which suits your situation. When you come for your New Patient appointment, you will be assigned to a Patient Care Team which includes a Primary Physician, Primary Nurse, and a Patient Care Coordinator, based on the office location that is most convenient for you. Our nurses work closely with our physicians to ensure that your individualized fertility treatment plan is followed. This includes:

  • Going over your infertility treatment plan
  • Educating you on the testing you may need to have performed
  • Information on any medications being utilized
  • Making sure you understand the process and what to expect

Your patient care coordinator will be your primary contact at ACRM. They will schedule all tests, appointments and surgery, if needed. Your patient care coordinator works with both your nurse and your physician to ensure that your entire cycle goes smoothly.

In addition to our traditional fertility services, we also offer a free weekly support group for our patients and acupuncture services at our Buckhead office. We will also often refer our patients to other professionals whom we work closely with that specialize in emotional and mental well-being or nutritional counseling.