Providing Affordable Treatment Options for Couples
UH Fertility Center accepts most insurance plans. For patients without insurance coverage for fertility treatments, UH Fertility Center offers several options to make treatments more accessible.
Patients can pay an upfront negotiated price for most fertility treatments. For more information, contact our financial counselor Regina Jefferson at 216-285-5082.
University Hospitals is now affiliated with WINFertility – an infertility management services company that contracts directly with drug manufacturers, specialty pharmacies, genetic testing labs and fellowship-trained fertility specialists to provide fertility services to thousands of patients each year.
The program provides an effective and affordable option for patients who have no infertility insurance coverage or have exhausted their benefits. The University Hospitals Fertility Center is now able to offer patients single, discounted treatment packages or “bundles” through the WINFertility Treatment Program. Even if patients require more than one IVF cycle, these treatment bundles are usually less expensive and more convenient than other treatment programs.
Features of this high-quality infertility care program include:
- Savings of up to 40 percent on treatment and medication bundles
- No age or clinical criteria required to participate
- 24/7 access to FertilityCoachSM nurses
- 2nd Chance IVF Refund® program available
- Financing options to pay over time
UH Fertility Center has partnered with Advanced Reproductive Care, Inc. (ARC), the nation's largest network of fertility specialists, who, along with their network of physicians, work to make the cost of fertility treatments predictable and affordable.
With ARC, a number of affordable options are available for patients, including:
- Affordable and predictable fertility treatment packages
- Financing payment plan options
- Pharmacy financing packages
Partnership for Families
Partnership for Families is our unique nonprofit organization that can help pay the costs of in-vitro fertilization (IVF) for qualifying families. Couples who have difficulty affording either a second round of in-vitro fertilization after an unsuccessful first attempt, or who need pre-implantation genetic diagnosis testing or freezing eggs prior to cancer treatment, may be eligible to receive much-needed funding to help them start or grow their families.