Washington University reproductive endocrinology and infertility specialists -
4444 Forest Park Avenue, Suite 3100
St. Louis, MO 63368
Starting a family or having an additional child does not always happen as easily as anticipated. It may come as a surprise to couples who have been careful to avoid pregnancy that conceiving can be difficult.
The information in this web site is designed to help many couples, including those just beginning the process of starting a family; those who have been trying a while and suspect they may need some assistance; those who have had multiple miscarriages; or those who have longstanding fertility problems. In all those situations, we are here to help.
The Washington University Infertility and Reproductive Medicine Center at Barnes-Jewish Hospital has been a pioneer in the field of reproductive medicine. In 1985, the first baby in Missouri conceived through in vitro fertilization (IVF) was born to parents treated in our Assisted Reproductive Technologies (ART) Program. This progressive spirit continues today as our specialists offer the full array of medical and surgical options to men and women seeking to be parents.
All of our doctors are board-certified in obstetrics/gynecology, reproductive endocrinology, urology, or some combination of those disciplines. Their expertise and the extensive resources of Washington University School of Medicine enable them to offer the most effective procedures and technologies in infertility treatment today.
The team provides comprehensive infertility services, experience and clinical excellence with what you want most — consistently high success rates, honest accurate information and care from people who understand what you are experiencing; all in an attractive and accessible office setting.
We hope you find the information you are seeking and that you will consider our program as your partner in planning your family.