Everyone was always so nice and helpful!
It has been good so far. Insurance didn't cover fertility treatment
The clinic is well run and runs smoothly. They will get you in to get lab work so very fast and then the ultrasounds or procedures will follow shortly after. Everyone is very nice that we've encountered.
We had a IUI/IVF consultation and it went great. She explained everything very well and helped with all questions we had.
Great clinic, staff were very educated and professional.
Great experience! I'm really glad I chose them.
Two years of treatment- 4 iuis, 2 retrievals, and 3 transfers. 3 miscarriages.
I love this clinic I go to the one in Penn hills Pennsylvania
Invidualized care was awesome, wait time was less than 15 minutes every visit
We used Reproductive Health in Omaha to get our first child, Graham. He will turn 1 year old on April 2, 2017. We are forever grateful for the knowledge of the clinic. They had the ability to diagnose our problems and give a proper treatment plan.
Everyone has been really nice! I don't like needles but the nurse or technician who took my blood did a great job. Barely felt it. Got lost going to an ultrasound and a nurse was kind enough to walk me the whole way there.
Great - very open, honest and patient. The doctors were easy to communicate with, honest with answers.
Personalized care. Patience.
Everyone was extremely sweet and helpful. They made it as easy as possible for such a difficult experience. The doctor made the difficult process as enjoyable and lighthearted as it could be. She was amazing! Dr. Meghan Oakes made the difficult process as enjoyable and lighthearted as it could be. She was amazing!
Knowledgeable doctors and nurses. Dr Meghan Oakes is great but we honestly see the other 2 doctors more often. Dr Oakes tends to come in later but we take early appointments.
It was wonderful, we got pregnant with one try iui. On our first visit she was warm and understanding. She took her time to listen to us. and our concern
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