About The Center for Infertility and Reproductive Surgery
The Center for Infertility and Reproductive Surgery at Brigham and Women’s Hospital is a dedicated team of physicians, embryologists, nurses, social workers, medical care assistants, practice assistants and other administrative personnel whose core mission is to care for patients with reproductive health issues and help build healthy families. Quality patient care is our central goal and patient satisfaction our number one priority.
Your Health Care Team
Your care will be directed by a physician who works with a team that includes other physician specialists, embryologists, nurses and social workers. Your team will be responsible for coordination of all clinical testing and recommending a course of treatment.
During your initial office visit, your doctor will review your history and discuss your options. You may also meet with a nurse or a social worker depending on your needs. Each physician works as part of a team who will focus on your care and provide coverage 24-hours a day.
We are a teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School. As a patient you may also meet medical school fellows who are gynecologists preparing to be specialists in the area of fertility and endocrinology, as well as residents and medical students.
Our practice assistants help you to schedule your testing and follow-up appointments. You can talk with them directly between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. at (617) 732-4222.
A Tradition of Caring
At the Center for Infertility and Reproductive Surgery, our team of physicians, registered nurses, licensed social workers and support staff specializes in reproductive issues. We understand that every couple, or individual, has personal and unique concerns – this is why we encourage each patient to be an active participant in their own care.
Through each step, we clearly explain every aspect of your care – discussing all appropriate options and helping you make the decisions that are best for you