Lunch & Learn in Your Office
Pacific NW Fertility will be hosting free educational “Lunch and Learn” sessions throughout 2015, where one of our own fertility specialists will help answer questions surrounding the causes of infertility, how to make an accurate diagnosis, and the latest treatment options available today.
These sessions will be conveniently held at your office on a mutually agreeable date and time. A light lunch (or breakfast) will be provided to all attendees and the session will last approximately 45 minutes to educate your staff on the specialized fertility services that we can offer your patients. We'll also cover Q&A fertility topics that specifically interest your group. Certificates of completion will be available for personal documentation of continuing education.
We are excited to share with your staff about the advanced fertility treatments available to your patients. Our leading team of reproductive endocrinologists and embryologists are dedicated to providing your patients with specialized treatment and personalized care. Treatment options include:
- In-vitro fertilization (IVF)
- Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI)
- Chromosomal screening (CS)
- Blastocyst culture
- Donor egg and embryo programs
- Ovulation induction
- Sperm and oocyte cryopreservation (offered as elective procedures, with special discounts and priority provided to cancer patients).
Contact us today to schedule this fun and informative event for your staff members. For more information and to reserve your Lunch & Learn date, please submit your request via our online provider contact form.
My partner and I went to PNWF because of the positive stance they take on assisting the LGBT community build families. Our primary provider is wonderful. From the get-go, the doctor made us feel comfortable, she took the time to answer all of our questions, and it felt like we were friends talking about fertility treatment, not numbers on a chart. Our doctor, over the course of our treatment, really got to know our personalities too, which was great. I prefer scientific explanations and my partner prefers brief, "give me the short version" explanations. I mention this because the fact that she got to know us in that way really made us feel like she cared about us personally as well as the outcome of our treatment and our family.