|Dr. Casey||Dr. Damario||Dr. Hopeman|
|Dr. Lebovic||Dr. Kapfhamer||Dr. Carrell|
What you should know about COVID-19 and Fertility Treatment.
We have been planning and organizing to safely resume In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) and intrauterine insemination (IUI) cycles on May 4th.
A Small Step In The Right Direction Can Be The Biggest Step Of Your Life
“I entered college with an interest in journalism but during my second year of college I began working in the medical school and changed my major to zoology with a minor in women’s studies. This put me on the path toward human medicine, with an emphasis on women’s health.”View Profile
“Different people choose a career in medicine for different reasons. I loved the science of it and wanted to help people in need. For me, it is a privilege to be working in a reproductive medicine practice that focuses on achieving the best outcomes for patients who want to have children.”View Profile
“What I have found most compelling about reproductive endocrinology is that it is not just practicing medicine - it’s helping patients to overcome conditions on their journey to grow their family and community. The opportunity to play a supporting role in your life’s village is an honor I absolutely cherish"”View Profile
“Infertility is a deeply personal and emotional experience for nearly all who must face it. I do not take this lightly and consider it an honor to be entrusted with the responsibility of guiding my patients along their journey, no matter what the circumstances.”View Profile
“Dan I. Lebovic, M.D. will be leaving CRM as of October 2, 2020.”View Profile
“As an undergraduate, I was looking for a field of study with both interesting science research as well as quality patient care. I was attracted to this area because the lab work was both challenging and rewarding as well as a fascinating area of research. I am very involved in research on how the sperm influences embryo growth.”View Profile