Whether you’re looking forward to it or not, Valentine’s Day is right around the corner. The hearts, cupids, boxes of chocolates and roses can be enough to make anyone sick if they’re not particularly excited about celebrating Valentine’s Day. But if you’re in the middle of fertility treatments, dealing with the expenses and the feeling […]

February 1-7th is National Patient Recognition Week! This week is dedicated to patients. It is a time for healthcare providers to reflect on their patients’ satisfaction. Here at ART, we love our patients dearly and are so thankful to have a week specifically devoted to them!

Today we are excited to spotlight Angie Champion! She is the Surgery Coordinator and Financial Coordinator in our Birmingham location. Angie has been working at ART since February 1999 when she moved back to Alabama after working with a cardiology group at The Washington Hospital Center in Washington, D.C. Angie loves that she can interact […]

The following post is a success story that Craig and Paula Davis have graciously decided to share with us.  We got married in 2010 and always had a “five year plan”. We finished our five years with a trip to Europe and hoped to be welcoming a baby early the next year. We had done […]

Many couples going through fertility treatments feel as if they are on this journey all alone. In reality, that couldn’t be further from the truth with one in eight couples having trouble achieving pregnancy.

The Holiday Season can pose a challenge for patients who are struggling with their emotions regarding infertility. Greeting cards, holiday commercials and television shows are constant reminders of family and children. It usually means increased time spent with family and friends. The image portrayed in the media is of perfect families gathered to celebrate the […]

Today we are eager to highlight Tammy Fillingim, Ultrasound Technologist, RDMS, BS.

Endometriosis is a health problem that affects more than 6 ½ million women in the U.S.; it is most common among women in their 30s and 40s. Endometriosis occurs when the endometrium, tissue that normally lines the uterus or womb, grows outside of the uterus and on other areas in the body.

Author: Dr. Michael C. Allemand, M.D. Conceiving a pregnancy naturally requires several key steps in order to be successful: Ovulation-the release of an egg from the ovary The pickup of the egg from the pelvis by the fallopian tube The presence of sperm in the fallopian tube after intercourse correctly timed with ovulation Binding and fertilization […]

We are thrilled to spotlight Beth Hide! Beth has been with ART since it opened its doors in 1986, as a Certified Registered Nurse Practitioner. Her practice has always been in women’s healthcare and currently includes IVF and Infertility care and Gynecologic healthcare maintenance. She is also certified as a Nurse Practitioner in Reproductive Endocrinology […]