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Our Practice Goals

We will provide superior reproductive and other related medical services for women, men and children. To accomplish these goals, we must do the following:

  • Place our patient's best interests first, exceeding their expectations whenever possible.
  • Utilize ongoing research, high academic & ethical standards and draw upon our experience with the advanced technologies.
  • Provide patient and community education.

As we realize this vision, our greatest rewards will be working successfully with each other, and earning our patients’ trust, confidence and respect.


Excellence, Ethics and Experience...

We strive to provide our patients with a combination of excellence in reproductive medicine, an extraordinary experienced staff of physicians, Ph.D.'s and support personnel while maintaining the highest level of medical ethics.

While we do see a wide variety of patients from birth through menopause, the majority of our time is spent with the subfertile couple. For those particular patients, we strive to do the following:

  • Establish the pregnancy as quickly as possible.
  • Obtain the pregnancy in the most cost-effective method available.
  • Minimize the chances for complications (i.e., no litters...).
  • Minimize the use of procedures which offer a minimal chance
    of success.

We hope that this will give you a better understanding of our priorities and goals. We are truly dedicated to our patients and excellence in reproductive medical care.



Appointments should be schedule as far in advance as possible. Our regular office hours are 8:00 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday through Friday, and phone calls are accepted starting at 8:30 a.m. daily. Weekend and holiday hours are available for follicular monitoring, inseminations, egg retrieval procedures, embryo transfers and blood testing as needed.

When you make your first appointment, you will be asked simple questions so an appropriate amount of time can be scheduled for your visit. The receptionist will contact you a day or two prior to your visit to confirm your appointment. New patients are encouraged to arrive 20-25 minutes early to complete the necessary paperwork.

Our office prides itself on running on time which is greatly appreciated by our busy patients. We are only able to run on time when our patients do the same. If a patient arrives late, the appointment may need to be rescheduled as a courtesy to our other patients.



SRMS reserves he right to bill for last-minute cancellations or failure to keep an appointment. If you find you must cancel or change your appointment time, please try to give at least 24 hours of notice, so that another patient on the waiting list can be seen.



Please have copies of your medical records and your X-rays forwarded to the office prior to your appointment, as these will be reviewed prior to your visit. Please understand that if you had an HSG (Hysterosalpingogram) performed, the radiology facility will have your X-rays and not your physician.

After Hours Emergencies

If you have an emergency outside of normal office hours, please call the regular office number. Your call will eventually be forwarded to the clinician on call. Please keep your phone line open for a return call. Your physician will worry about you if the line is busy (i.e., calling 911) and may choose to have your call interrupted. A physician will always be available to respond to your needs.


Routine Phone Calls

Routine medical questions are first handled by the nursing staff. Please give the nurses a full 24-48 hours to return all non-emergent phone calls. If physician input is needed, the question will be conveyed and the physician will contact you after a review of your chart. Your physician may have a number of calls to return, so please be patient for the return call.

SRMS reserves the right to bill for extended phone calls with your physician which concern matters that would normally be discussed during scheduled office visits.

Scheduled Phone Calls

Since many of our patients live outside the area, a telephone conference call may be scheduled in a similar fashion as a normal office visit. This time will be billed appropriately, but it should be understood that it is not reimbursed by insurance companies.


For Your Safety

For the sake of your health and the health of others, we must ask that you do not smoke in the office or on nearby grounds. Even small quantities of smoke are toxic to the growing embryos being cultured in the laboratory.


Prescriptions and Refills

All prescriptions and refills should be requested during regular office hours. This will enable your physician to review your medical record and make a well-informed decision regarding your care. Please provide the name and phone number of your pharmacy, as well as the name, dosage, medication allergies and the schedule of all medications you are taking.

In the best interest of the patient, narcotics will be prescribed only during regular office visits and will not be prescribed over the phone during evenings, weekends or holidays without an evaluation. Any patient needing narcotics during the off-business hours will generally be requested to go to the emergency room for evaluation.


How You Can Help

Please notify the receptionist of any changes in your address, telephone numbers, insurance carrier or other pertinent information changes since your last visit.

We appreciate your constructive comments and we encourage you to offer them in a productive manner. We are always looking for suggestions on how we can better serve you.

updated 2/7/10

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