Comprehensive Egg Freezing Program
Main Line Fertility strongly believes in the importance of fertility preservation and offers women an exclusive comprehensive package at a reduced cost. The Main Line Fertility Egg Freezing Program includes cycle monitoring, egg retrieval, vitrification and one year of storage for $6,000. Our egg freezing program is up to a 50% reduction in cost compared to other clinics. Additionally, patients without fertility prescription insurance coverage may also qualify for discounted medications. Please contact our financial coordinator Amy Brennan (484-380-4883) for further information
In appreciation for the men and women who serve our country and community, we offer a 20% discount on most services not covered by insurance.
We extend our Main Line Fertility Heroes Program to Active Duty members of the Military, Reservists, National Guard members, Veterans of the U.S. Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, Firefighters, Law Enforcement, Paramedics and their spouses. Please contact our financial coordinator Amy Brennan (484-380-4883) for further information.
A diagnosis of cancer can be overwhelming, and if you are of reproductive age, future fertility may be a concern. For patients pursuing fertility preservation services prior to cancer treatment Main Line Fertility offers immediate appointments, deeply discounted medications, anesthesia and fertility services. Please contact our oncofertility coordinator Anne Wendel (484-380-4879) for more information.
Shared Risk Program
Main Line Fertility offers a shared risk program for patients with no insurance coverage for IVF and donor egg cycles. The average infertility patient requires more than one IVF attempt to achieve pregnancy. Therefore, Main Line Fertility offers a multi-cycle shared risk program that maximizes your chance of having a baby while minimizing your financial risk. A portion of your investment will be refunded if you do not deliver a baby after the completion of three IVF treatment cycles and up to three frozen embryo transfer cycles.
The shared risk program is available to couples meeting certain eligibility criteria, and patients must be accepted and approved in writing by the financial coordinator and lab director prior to starting treatment. Women must be under 38 years old to participate in the Main Line Fertility shared risk program. Women over 38 and women with a diminished ovarian reserve may participate in the shared risk program using donor eggs.
The cost of the shared risk program depends on many factors including age, diagnosis, and treatment plan. Certain fees are not included in the program including pre-screening tests, fertility medications, pre-cycle surgeries unrelated to treatment, family balancing, preimplantation genetic diagnosis and recruitment fees for egg donors.
To find out more information about our shared risk program, please contact our financial coordinator Amy Brennan (484-380-4883) .