To our valued patients,

Safeguarding the health and wellbeing of our patients, staff, and community is our number one priority during the global COVID-19 pandemic.

We are taking steps including screening staff and patients for symptoms as well as introducing a new telehealth service for new patients and those who prefer to connect with us from home. At this time we are continuing to offer in-clinic evaluations to current patients but that could change based on CDC guidelines and new information as the pandemic evolves.

Introducing CRM’s Telehealth Service

As part of our continued commitment to helping people build families, the Center for Reproductive Medicine is now offering telehealth services. This is an exciting new way for us to expand our reach beyond our physical office locations.

New patients can discuss their fertility journey and treatment options with a Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility Specialist by phone. This allows us to maintain our commitment to helping people build families while doing our part to flatten the curve of infection.

Prevention and Treatment

We are taking steps to further protect the safety of our patients and staff by:

  • Screening all patients for symptoms and potential exposure prior to entry
  • Increasing disinfectant procedures between patient appointments
  • Spacing out appointment times to allow for social distancing

If you develop symptoms of COVID-19 – such as fever, cough, and shortness of breath – or believe you may have been exposed, we ask that you please remain home, call your primary care provider, and reschedule your appointment with us. You can reach us by calling 612-863-5930.

Patients Who Meet The Following Criteria Are Asked To Delay Non-essential Appointments

  1. Recent travel  from a country listed as an Alert level 3 by the CDC
  2. If you are experiencing flu-like symptoms including fever (100.4 or greater), cough or shortness of breath
    • You should seek medical advice from your primary care physician if you have these symptoms. However, it is unlikely that you have COVID-19 unless the below is ALSO true:
      • Have been in close contact with a person known to have COVID-19 or have recently traveled from China, Iran, Italy, Japan or South Korea.
  3. If you have had direct contact with a person diagnosed with COVID-19 within the last 14 days.

Suspension of New Treatment Cycles

The American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) has issued recommendations to temporarily “suspend initiation of new treatment cycles” at this time, and we will be adhering to these guidelines. We expect that the ASRM’s recommendations will change as the global pandemic evolves and will update our website accordingly. Please check back for the latest guidance.

Patients In Treatment

We understand how difficult this is but our need to take these precautions is driven by our dedication to keeping our patients, staff, and community safe. This is a rapidly evolving situation and we encourage you to practice social distancing, wash your hands frequently, and monitor new information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, World Health Organization, and local entities.