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Dr. Michael Synn, medical director of Clovis Community Medical Center’s In Vitro Fertilization Embryology Laboratory and member of Community’s Board of Trustees, has been named one of the Ultimate People of 2011. He’s being honored by Community’s Foundation for his passionate devotion to the successful expansion of the Clovis Community and constant focus on improving health care in the region.
Clovis Community Fertility Center passed a rigorous review by an outside accreditation organization with excellent results. For patients of the fertility services at Clovis Community Medical Center, this is extra validation that the embryology lab meets the highest standards.
Please join medical director Michael Synn, M.D. for a FREE seminar. Submit your registration here or call (559) 459-BABY (2229) for a reservation.
Next seminar Date:
Wednesday, May 22nd, 2013
Time: Seminar starts at 6:00 p.m.
Clovis Community Medical Center
We strongly encourage both partners to be present at the initial visit. This is a comprehensive evaluation that takes about an hour. During this visit you will be given the opportunity to have your questions answered and participate in developing a plan for further evaluation and/or therapy.
We provide affordable, compassionate and quality care. All costs below are estimates based on minimum charges. Actual costs are determined by level and type of services provided to each patient. Any additional costs will be discussed with you by your physician prior to treatment.
$3,000 - $4,000
Please call one of our financial counselors for a personalized quote at (559) 324-4029.
Michael Synn, M.D., Director
Board Certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology
Member American Society of Reproductive Medicine
In vitro fertilization (IVF) involves collecting eggs and sperm from you and your partner and placing them together in a laboratory dish for fertilization. Days later the microscopic embryos are transferred into the uterus where implantation and pregnancy will hopefully occur.
The IVF procedure is a four step process and usually occurs over a few weeks:
STEP I: Ovarian Stimulation. Medication is used to stimulate the ovaries to produce multiple ovarian follicles (eggs).
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