Infertility Financing for IVF in Augusta, Georgia
Financing Your Procedures at Georgia Regents Reproductive Medicine and Infertility Associates
Minimal Stimulation IVF (new)
A mini-IVF, or minimal stimulation IVF is designed to give women only a few (but high quality) eggs, reducing the cost of drugs and reducing the number of injections.
For those who cannot afford standard IVF, the Minimal Stimulation IVF provides an acceptable, proven alternative therapy.
Not every patient is a candidate for minimal stimulation and must meet eligibility criteria.
To see if you qualify contact our office directly at 706-722-4434.
Our office is pleased to announce that we now offer a military discount for infertility treatment for active military families.
Contact our office for details.
Two Cycle Plan
We now offer a Two Cycle IVF Plan. This infertility financial choice allows one repeat fresh IVF cycle at a substantially discounted rate.
Contact our office for details and to determine if you qualify.
Schedule of Charges-In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) Program (Self-Pay Discount)
In vitro fertilization (Basic IVF Services) Charges*
Total due to Georgia Regents Reproductive Medicine and Infertility Associates prior to start of IVF cycle - $3,300.00:
Total due to Reproductive Laboratories of Augusta prior to start of IVF cycle - $6,300.00
Anesthesia services are paid directly to the anesthetist on the date of the IVF retrieval. - $375.00
Total due prior to IVF - $9,600.00
These prices do not include medicines
*Basic IVF Lab Services include retrieval, and insemination fee including intracytoplasmic sperm injection and assisted hatching if indicated, and cryopreservation of embryos and the first 4 months of storage.
Notes: These charges are effective for all retrievals and transfers after September 15, 2007. These prices are subject to change. All patients must have a $0 balance before beginning any IVF cycle.
We accept cash, money order, bank check, Visa or MasterCard as methods of payment.
View our list of insurance companies and networks of Georgia Regents Medical Center participants.