ATLANTA, Jan. 19, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Shady Grove Fertility Atlanta, formerly Georgia Reproductive Specialists—the
SGF Atlanta Physicians, Drs. Mark Perloe, Anne Namnoum, and Desireé McCarthy-Keith, will cover a variety of topics throughout the year, including an overview of infertility basics from diagnosing to treating infertility to how SGF Atlanta makes care affordable through its unique financial programs. In addition, the SGF Atlanta physicians will host seminars designed specifically for LGBT family building and polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), which is the most common ovulatory disorder in women of reproductive age.
Dr. Mark Perloe, who is one of the country's leading physician advocates for women and girls with PCOS, comments, "The goal of our PCOS seminar is to educate women about PCOS and inform them that they can get pregnant with PCOS by making lifestyle changes such as modest weight loss coupled with low-tech infertility treatment or medication."
Seminar attendees who are new patients to the practice will receive a credit of $250 that can be applied toward their new patient consult at an SGF Atlanta location. An additional $250 credit will be applied to the cost of one cycle of in vitro fertilization (IVF), should the need arise. Credits are not available for insurance-covered services.
"During our LGBT seminar, we offer prospective same sex, transgender, and bisexual singles and couples the opportunity to learn about their assisted reproductive technology options as well as legal considerations to consider, cost, insurance coverage, and much more. Building a family may seem like an impossible dream, but with us, it's not. We can help you create the family you've always wanted," remarked Anne Namnoum, M.D, who will hosting the LGBT information event on February 21.
Shady Grove Fertility Atlanta was formed in July 2017 when Georgia Reproductive Specialists and Shady Grove Fertility, which has 25 locations throughout Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Washington, D.C., announced their merger. By combining the successful clinical, scientific, and operational approaches, the merger offered an exceptional opportunity to provide enhanced fertility services and unique financial programs, such as SGF's signature Shared Risk 100% Refund Program for IVF and Donor Egg, to more patients in Atlanta and surrounding areas. Shady Grove Fertility Atlanta currently has three convenient locations in Atlanta-Northside, Alpharetta, and Buckhead-Piedmont.
2018 Seminars February 7 | Fertility Options February 21 | LGBT Family Building March 14 | Fertility Options April 11 | Fertility Options April 25 | PCOS May 9 | Fertility Options May 23 | LGBT Family Building June 13 | Fertility Options July 11 | Fertility Options August 8 | Fertility Options August 22 | LGBT Family Building September 12 | Fertility Options September 26 | PCOS October 10 | Fertility Options November 7 | LGBT Family Building November 14 | Fertility Options December 12 | Fertility Options
While all SGF Atlanta in-person events are complimentary, interested parties must register to attend. The free seminars include a formal presentation by the physician, a facility tour, and a question and answer session. To schedule a new patient consultation with a Shady Grove Fertility Atlanta physician, call 404-843-2229 or complete this brief online form.
About Shady Grove Fertility Atlanta Shady Grove Fertility Atlanta, formerly Georgia Reproductive Specialists (GRS), is part of the Shady Grove Fertility (SGF) international network of state-of-the-art infertility care and IVF centers, offering patients individualized care, innovative financial options, and pregnancy rates among the highest in the United States. For more information about Shady Grove Fertility Atlanta or to schedule an appointment with a Shady Grove Fertility Atlanta physician, call 404-843-2229 or fill out this brief form. For more information about Shady Grove Fertility, call 1-888-761-1967 or visit ShadyGroveFertility.com.
SOURCE Shady Grove Fertility Atlanta
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