by: Business Observer | Staff
NAPLES — The campus of orthopedic medical device company Arthrex, is one of Collier County’s top employers, is now host to IVFMD, a South Florida specialized care fertility practice that reports higher success rates than the national average and draws patients from across the country and around the world.
A ribbon cutting to open the new location was recently held at the campus at 1265 Creekside Parkway in Naples. The new center is one of two non-Arthrex practices to operate in the four-story 38,000-square-foot Polaris building.
The Naples IVFMD location is one of five centers in Florida, joining the headquarters in Miami and centers in Boca Raton, Cooper City and Jupiter. Founded in 1991, IVFMD treats patients in its local communities, while also attracting national and international visitors seeking fertility treatments and complimentary second opinions.
“The new Naples IVFMD center offers patients the personal and individualized care for which IVFMD is known, rendering our extraordinary success rates in an exceptional space for the added comfort of our Southwest Gulf Coast community and visitors,” says Dr. Connie Alford, lead fertility specialist.
Founded in 1991, by Dr. Juergen Eisermann, IVFMD offers individualized fertility treatment plans. The new IVF center provides wholistic diagnostic tests and fertility treatments, including in-vitro fertilization (IVF), intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI), diagnostic andrology laboratory services, inseminations, low-cost IVF, mini-stimulation protocols, fertility preservation and egg freezing.