About Us

What We Do

Meet Our Center for Reproductive Health Team

The administrative and nursing staff is instrumental at CRH in helping patients navigate their fertility testing and treatment. They serve as a guide and a teacher and emotional support… so many things aside from assisting the doctor and taking their vitals.

Nursing staff members are the ones who will coordinate scheduling for tests and treatment, in addition to educating patients and their partners about the medications being used and how to administer them.

They also become the patients’ most immediate and regular contact throughout the treatment process.

At CRH, we provide each patient with a “primary nurse” who will follow them through treatment.

Many people ask why our success rates are higher than other programs. The answer probably is our ART laboratory and the constant quality checks and state of the art improvements that we make. Our laboratory closes down periodically for quality control inspections to ensure that conditions are optimal for embryo development for every patient.

Erin Coughlin, MS, TS (ABB)

Senior Embryologist

Erin Coughlin received her Bachelor of Science degree from James Madison University and began her embryology career in 2004 at the New Hope Center for Reproductive Medicine in Virginia Beach, VA.

After developing a deep interest in the field, she pursued a Master of Biomedical Sciences degree with a focus in Clinical Embryology and Andrology from Eastern Virginia Medical School, in conjunction with the prestigious Jones Institute.

Erin has also earned her Technical Supervisor certification from the American Board of Bioanalysis.

Erin has gained laboratory experience at successful IVF centers across the country and participated in thousands of IVF cycles.

Erin is responsible for all functions of the clinical IVF laboratory including intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI), assisted zona hatching (AZH), embryo and oocyte vitrification, and embryo biopsy for Comprehensive Chromosome Screening (CCS).

Erin’s unparalleled attention to detail combined with insightful and intuitive lab management assures the highest quality of care for CRH patients.

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Over 25 Years of Success Treating Infertility

Since 1995, we have been an innovator in, IVF, infertility treatment, and genetics care, and have helped thousands of patients worldwide realize their dreams of starting a family.

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Why Choose Embryo Adoption

A more private way to adopt

The process of receiving donated embryos is less obvious to the public which allows for more privacy than traditional adoption.

  • Greater degree of privacy
  • Anonymous
  • More control of timing

More convenient than IVF

Some intended parents may choose embryo adoption for its speed and convenience

  • Fewer procedures than IVF
  • No surgical retrieval
  • Fewer medications

More cost-effective

Embryo adoption is a fraction of the cost of traditional adoption and less than the average cost of IVF

  • Lower cost than traditional adoption
  • Lower cost than most IVF options
  • Lower cost medications

Less waiting

The waiting period for embryo adoption can be shorter than that traditional adoption and often quicker than IVF

  • Shorter waiting times
  • Quicker than IVF
  • Fewer clinic visits

Genetic diversity

In some cases, intended parents may wish to have a child who doesn't share their genetic material for medical reasons or personal ones.

  • Avoid passing on a hereditary disease
  • Choice of genetic makeup
  • Increased potential for a healthy baby

High success rates

Compared to IVF with you own eggs and sperm, using donated embryos often has a similar or higher success rate

  • Typically better outcomes

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