Once In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) has been identified as your treatment plan, you will meet with our in-house Financial Coordinator.
This meeting aims to remove any uncertainty about affording treatment and bring into focus all financial options.
A New Jersey Mandate exists to help people who might be struggling to have children start families.
Depending on the insurance company, both IUI and IVF procedures are covered up to a certain number of attempts. We will contact your insurance company to determine whether you are covered for IVF under the NJ Mandate.
We do all the footwork for you.
Most important to note is that our Financial Coordinator works with each patient individually to help you afford treatment. Being a single-doctor practice, we can often be more flexible than larger, more “clinic” style practices that do not offer such personalized financial assistance.
IVF financial options might include:
In-House payment plans
IVF financing options
Money-saving packages for multiple cycles
The first step is to schedule an appointment to speak with Dr. Morgan or Dr. Olcha about your particular circumstances so he can develop a treatment plan for you.