Month: July 2017

Vios Fertility St. Louis Merges with CRMW

Merger of Premier Fertility Clinics Brings
Vios Fertility Institute St Louis to Chesterfield and Southern IL

  1. ST. LOUIS, MO. (July 27, 2017) – For individuals and couples on both sides of the Mississippi River, receiving world-class fertility treatments from caring specialists is easier and more accessible than ever before. Vios Fertility Institute is excited to partner with Amber R. Cooper, MD, MSCI, FACOG of The Centers for Reproductive Medicine and Wellness to expand its growing network of clinics across St. Louis and Southern Illinois. With its newest location in Chesterfield, MO, Vios can serve patients in West County closer to where they work and live, helping reduce the stress that comes with battling infertility.

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Two New Locations, Three New Providers

Vios Fertility Institute Grows with Two New Locations, Three New Providers
Latest Expansion Increases Care, Compassion for Patients in Illinois and Wisconsin

CHICAGO, IL. (July 24, 2017) – For many of the 7.5 million women in the U.S. facing infertility, seeking treatment can be an overwhelming, and in many cases, a time-consuming, process. Vios Fertility Institute is dedicated to making accessing family planning services and receiving fertility treatments as easy as possible. By opening two new locations and welcoming three fellowship-trained, board-eligible reproductive endocrinology and infertility specialists to our growing team, we can serve patients closer to where they live and work and provide them with quality care on their schedules. (more…)

Questions to Ask Your Insurance Company

What your insurance company covers for your fertility testing and treatments will depend on your plan. The below questions are a good starting point when you begin to do your research on your fertility coverage. As apart of our new patient process, our insurance coordinator will verify your fertility coverage so we will be able to discuss specific diagnostic and treatment options knowing what would or would not be covered under your insurance.

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