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University of Alabama at Birmingham, Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility
Women and Infants Center-OB/GYN, 1700 6th Ave South, Suite 9103
Center for Reproductive Medicine
3 Mobile Infirmary Cir, Suite 401
ART Fertility Program of Alabama
2006 Brookwood Medical Center Dr, Suite 508
Alabama Fertility Specialists
3490 Independence Dr
Huntsville Reproductive Medicine, PC
20 Hughes Rd, Suite 203
America Institute of Reproductive Medicine-Alabama
2006 Brookwood Medical Center, Suite 302
Fertility Institute of North Alabama
808 Turner St S.W.
This clinic provided ART services during 2020 and is therefore required to submit ART cycle data under the provisions of the Fertility Clinic Success Rate and Certification Act. This clinic either did not submit 2020 ART cycle data or the clinic’s Medical Director did not approve the clinic’s 2020 ART cycle data for inclusion in this report.
• HHS Office on Women's Health
• Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology (SART)
• American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM)
• Path 2 Parenthood
Description of Services and Profile
Donor egg services
A clinic may have a donor egg program for ART in which a donor egg is retrieved from one woman (the donor) and fertilized with either partner or donor sperm, and then the resulting embryo is transferred to the uterus of another woman (the recipient). A "Yes" indicates the clinic provided the service, and a "No" means they did not.
Donated embryo services
A clinic may have a donated embryo program using embryos that were donated by other patients who previously underwent ART treatment and had extra embryos available. A "Yes" indicates the clinic provided the service, and a "No" means they did not.
Embryo cryopreservation services
A clinic may have a program for embryo cryopreservation, or freezing embryos for potential future use. A "Yes" indicates the clinic provided the service, and a "No" means they did not.
Egg cryopreservation services
A clinic may have a program for egg cryopreservation, or freezing eggs for potential future use. A "Yes" indicates the clinic provided the service, and a "No" means they did not.
Gestational carrier services
A clinic may have a gestational carrier program. A gestational carrier or surrogate is a woman who gestates, or carries, an embryo that was formed from the egg of another woman with the expectation of returning the infant to its intended parents. Some states do not permit clinics to offer this service. A "Yes" indicates the clinic provided the service, and a "No" means they did not.
A clinic may be a member of the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology (SART) - a professional society composed of clinics and programs that provide ART and an affiliate of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM). A "Yes" indicates the clinic was a member of SART at the time of reporting, and a "No" means it was not.
Verified lab accreditation
A clinic laboratory may be accredited by at least one of the specified accrediting organizations: the College of American Pathologists, or The Joint Commission. A "Yes" indicates the clinic had an embryo laboratory accreditation at the time of reporting by at least one of the specified accrediting organizations. A "No" indicates that the embryo laboratory was not accredited by any of these organizations or did not provide proof of accreditation to CDC. A "Pending" means that the clinic submitted an application for accreditation to one or both of the organizations and provided proof of such application to CDC. Please note that effective in 2021, the New York State Tissue Bank is no longer providing accreditation for embryo laboratories.