Fertility Blog

New IVF Center FAQ

As a leader in fertility treatments, Ohio Reproductive Medicine (ORM) is dedicated to continually enhancing our technologies, care, and the clinical outcomes of our patients.

We are proud to announce that in July we began construction on a new, state-of-the-art fertility center and IVF laboratory in Columbus, which upon completion will immediately stand out as the largest and most innovative of its kind in Central/Southern Ohio.

Scheduled to open this upcoming January, the spacious 15,000+ square foot fertility center will feature significant enhancements throughout all facets of care – including a world-class, on-site embryology/IVF laboratory staffed by the most experienced embryologists and scientists in the region.

As we continue with this exciting project, our Ohio Reproductive Medicine team will be a central hub for relaying additional information to ensure the transition of care to our new center is seamless. Of course, we will also share exciting updates via our social media platforms detailing our progress and how the new center will help ORM patients achieve their dream of becoming a parent.

On behalf of everyone at Ohio Reproductive Medicine, thank you for trusting in our care. We look forward to providing you with the experience, support, and confidence to help our patients become parents.

Warm regards,

Your Ohio Reproductive Medicine Team

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Where will the new ORM fertility center be located?

Our new IVF center will be located at 535 Reach Blvd. in Columbus (The Reach on Goodale business park).

When do you expect the new ORM Fertility Center to open?

The new center is scheduled to open in early January, 2022.

Will my insurance coverage change?

Insurance coverage will not be affected.

Will the office phone number change?

Our phone number will not change.

Will there be any interruption of care during the move?

Our team will frequently communicate timelines, important info, and be by your side every step of the way to ensure the transition of care to our new center is seamless.

What will happen to my frozen eggs, embryos, and/or sperm that are currently being stored at your facility?

We will utilize the exact same IVF laboratory protocols regarding storage and cryopreservation. All specimens will continue to be safely stored.

Who can I contact if I have questions regarding my care?

Your Ohio Reproductive Medicine physician and clinical team are available anytime to answer any questions you may have. Please do not hesitate to contact us at 614-451-2280.