The A.R.T. Institute of Washington, Inc., Walter Reed National Military Medical Center
I've been to Walter Reed twice now. I love them. Even though I saw multiple doctors and nurses, they always seemed to be on top of things and knew where I was in the cycle. They're friendly, courteous and communicate well.
It’s a unique program because it is military and people come from all over to be treated here. You see several doctors and wait in long lines. Once you get to know the system it’s not so bad. The biggest benefit, it’s about 1/2 the cost of civilian care.
Nothing about the clinic is personal. You call and get a vm and the nurse will call you back within 24hrs. My nurses changed 3 times during my cycle and not once was I notified before they left. I would send emails with no response. I would call and get a vm letting me know the nurse is no longer there or gone for a period of time. The staff is friendly when you do speak with them. They were much better for our fresh cycle. The FET was a nightmare.
Overall satisfied with the experience I had
The price is deeply discounted for military families and I've found the entire process easy. I'm always informed on potential outcomes and risks and every step to expect in the process. They see so many patients but the doctors get together and discuss all of the cases so everyone is informed and can give you the best care possible.
The staff was very friendly. Helped us understand all the treatments
It's good for what it is. I've on done IVF here so I can't compare it to a civilian facility
It was a quick and relatively painless process. After my husband gave his sample the wait time was only 30 minutes. The nurse explained the sperm count numbers to me and explained where I needed to go from there to have the iui. She was very friendly.
Affordable compared to most. Staff was friendly and few complications
The staff here has been really great, very knowledgeable and professional. The clinic is different from a civilian facility (like less one-on-one time) but I preferred Walter Reed because they put me on fewer meds, which I liked better. Love this clinic!
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