for many reasons
AN IMPORTANT AND APPROPRIATE DESIGNATION
IVF outcomes are, as required by law, reported and monitored closely, and we’re proud to be designated by leading insurance carriers a Center of Excellence and preferred practice for their subscribers on this basis. To us, though, there are many more reasons why we feel this is an appropriate description of PREG, and we invite you to see for yourself.
Each of our centers have been carefully designed to optimize your experience and outcome at PREG, and we hope that a warm, welcoming environment and smiling faces foster your commitment to the process. Ease of access, efficiency of flow throughout the office, and confidentiality for both you and your partner are key in the designs, as well. When it comes to our IVF labs and surgery centers, no expense or technology are ever spared, ensuring your access to benchmark levels of innovation, efficiency, precision, and success.
Oversight and Compliance
Our facilities and operations are subject to the most rigorous independent and federal inspections possible and IVF outcomes data are reported with strict adherence to related regulations. As such, you can have peace of mind that transparency is never in question at PREG and the highest standards in the field are sought and adhered to. We are members of and/or fully accredited by the following:
American Association for Accreditation of Ambulatory Surgery Facilities (AAAASF)
American Association for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM)
College of American Pathologists (CAP)
Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology (SART)
Advancing the Field
Research and education have long been important endeavors at PREG, and we remain committed to both. Most of our physicians are clinical faculty members in their local university’s department of obstetrics and gynecology and have assisted in securing externships for residents at the National Institutes of Health, frequently serve as invited speakers, authored textbooks and journal articles, and provide training for fellows, residents, and medical student both in the office and OR. We’re often and currently involved in regional and national clinical research studies, the work of which benefits our field as a whole.