Pacific Reproductive Center is open and our staff continues to provide care for our patients. Please reach out to us with any questions you have regarding fertility care.
Effective April 13th, we will be able to see patients in-clinic for:
- diagnostic testing
- semen analysis
- blood tests
- Clomiphene or Letrozole ovulation induction
- frozen embryo transfers
- intrauterine insemination
Though we are only able to see patients in – clinic for some treatments, we are offering Telemedicine and phone consultations to patients in lieu of in-person visits. We are here to support you in your fertility journey. Please call us to set up a consultation today.
Please note that there is a possibility of cancelation of your treatment if you develop symptoms of COVID-19, or you are exposed to anyone who develops symptoms, or has confirmed COVID-19.
We are currently following American Society of Reproductive Medicine for guidance on when we will open up dates for In Vitro Fertilization cycles. However, we are currently helping patients prepare for their IVF cycles, so please call us to learn how we can help you prepare.
To ensure the safety of our patients and staff at our clinics we are following the steps listed below:
- We are screening our patients on the phone prior to their appointments to identify potential risk of COVID – 19.
- We are screening our patients in-person prior to entry with temperature check, and symptom checklist.
- Our staff is wearing masks in accordance with CDC guidelines and we are encouraging patients to wear masks.
- We are staggering our patients in such a way to avoid multiple patients in the waiting room.
- Our staff is performing rigorous cleaning of our office multiple times a day to help reduce exposure.
- We are not allowing any visitors who are not patients at this time.
Please call our office before your appointment if you answer yes to any of the following, as we will need to re-schedule you:
- Have you traveled outside the country in the last 14 days ?
- Have you had any close contact with a person who was diagnosed with COVID or has had symptoms of fever, dry throat, cough, shortness of breath?
- Have you experienced any symptoms of fever, dry throat , cough, or shortness of breath?
General Safety Guidelines
- Wash hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds
- Alcohol-based hand sanitizer is the next best option if soap and water is not available.
- Avoid touching your face, eyes or mouth with unwashed hands
- The CDC is now recommending wearing face masks when out in public, please make sure to put masks on and take masks off with freshly washed hands.
This is a challenging time for all of us. We will do our best to continue providing support any way we can. Please contact us today if we can be of assistance to you. Call us at 866-423-2645