When should I consult an infertility physician?

If you’ve struggled to conceive after 12 months of unprotected sexual intercourse, we recommend you schedule an appointment for an infertility evaluation.

What fertility treatment is right for me?

We determine a treatment based on your diagnosis. We need to understand your fertility barrier so we then can design a treatment plan to lower it. At Regional One Health, we know that no two families or individuals are the same, and neither are treatments. We get to know you and better understand your medical history so we can help you work toward your family goals. A customized treatment plan is based on your age, medical condition and personal preferences. Our treatment options include cryopreservation, donor egg and sperm, female fertility treatments, ICSI and male infertility treatments, and genetic counseling.

Why should I choose Regional One Health?

The most difficult step in your fertility journey is making the decision to seek help. Regional One Health is here to guide you through the entire journey with compassionate care. Regional One Health has the expertise, research orientation and commitment to innovation to play a unique role in advancing the quality of health care in the Mid-South. It’s not just our job. It’s what we love to do. Our medical team is committed to helping you through your fertility journey, starting with isolating the source of your challenges and using technology to get you closer to the family you desire. We will create a fertility treatment option unique for you.

Can I afford fertility treatment?

There is a financial path for you to seek fertility treatment, whether it’s insurance coverage, discount programs or lending options. Financial concerns add an extra stress to the emotional challenges that come with fertility care. Don’t let cost deter your decision to move forward with growing your family. We offer financial assistance through Advanced Reproductive Care Inc. (ARC), which provides financing for IVF patients at university-affiliated fertility clinics. The program has various payment options that are only offered to patients of ARC infertility physicians, including Regional One Health. No other fertility centers in the Mid-South provide financing through the organization.

Who is a candidate for your services?

Regional One Health is an inclusive organization that supports all couples and individuals regardless of marital status or sexual orientation. That includes lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender couples and individuals. Our fertility experts will help you explore every option available, including intrauterine insemination, in-vitro fertilization using donor eggs and sperm, and gestational carriers.

How do I make an appointment?

You can schedule an appointment online or call 901-515-3100.

Where are you located?

Our Reproductive Services team is at East Campus at 6555 Quince Road, conveniently located near the Kirby Road exit off Tenn. 385.