Atlanta Center for Reproductive Medicine Celebrates Gay Pride By Participating in Atlanta's Pride Festival for the Sixth Year in a Row

Atlanta Center for Reproductive Medicine (ACRM), an Atlanta fertility clinic, is the premiere center for LGBTQ family building services in the Southeastern United States and is proud to help LGBTQ individuals become parents.

Atlanta Center for Reproductive Medicine (ACRM), a Colorado Center for Reproductive Medicine (CCRM) Network Clinic, will participate in the 46th annual Atlanta Pride Festival October 8th through 9th at Piedmont Park in Atlanta, Georgia. The Atlanta Pride Festival is the largest Pride event in the southeast and the largest event in the country to coincide with National Coming Out Day. ACRM has supported this festival for the past six years. Find ACRM team members at Booth B34.

“At ACRM, we are proud to have a successful history assisting LGBTQ couples and individuals achieve their dream of parenthood,” said board certified Reproductive Endocrinologist Dr. Robin H. Fogle. “We are excited to take part in the 46th annual Atlanta Pride Festival and to show our support for our local LGBTQ community in Atlanta.”

ACRM has been helping members of the LGBTQ community build families through surrogacy and reproductive procedures, such as in vitro fertilization and intrauterine insemination, for over 15 years.

“We are sensitive to the unique needs of the LGBTQ community and develop treatment plans that are specific to each person or couple and their desire for family building,” said Dr. Fogle. “From our past LGBTQ patients, we’ve heard that the process of family building can often be a daunting experience. To help ease this process, several years ago we began offering Prospective Patient Seminars that directly address the specific needs of the LGBTQ community. We have found these to be a great success.”

The next LGBT Family Building Options seminar will take place at ACRM’s Perimeter office Wednesday, October 26th at 6:30 pm. Register here!

This free seminar will cover family building options available to the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender community, as well as a Q&A session. Attendees also have the opportunity to speak with the physician individually following the Q&A session. Additionally, one of our patient support representatives will answer questions regarding insurance and financial programs available to our patients.

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