Advances in technology have given new hope to infertile couples and have improved their chances of having a baby. The cost associated with infertility treatment can vary. At RRC, you can save time and money (compared to biopsied and freeze all embryos cycles). For additional ways to save on IVF, check out our Unify IVF Program.
During your initial consultation*, you will meet with our financial counselor to go over the details of your specific treatment costs and any infertility insurance benefits. It is recommended that you check with your insurance company before your consultation appointment to give you a better understanding of your infertility health care benefit. Our financial counselor can then review your benefits with you on your visit.
Costs for most treatments, including in vitro fertilization (IVF) often vary and are based on your specific diagnosis and treatment plan.
Payment for services is requested at the time the service is provided. We accept most major credit cards and most major insurance providers and programs. We will help with filing any charges to your insurance company for those procedures covered by your policy.
NEW PATIENTS: Out of respect for new and current RRC patients, effective January 1, 2021 , if you have not completed your history by 7:00am seven days prior to your appointment date, your appointment will automatically be canceled and a cancellation fee of $50 will be charged to the credit card on file.
No Show Policy: We require a 7 day cancellation period for ALL patients or a $50 fee will be assessed. We are happy to reschedule your appointment!
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RRC has over 200 years of combined experience. As a leading reproductive health, infertility, and in-vitro fertilization (or IVF) center based in Kansas City, we're proud to have the highest level of expertise available to our patients.
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The Difference Between IUI and IVF
Once you are diagnosed with an infertility factor, it’s time to create a personalized treatment plan. This plan varies according to the factors identified by the fertility screening and diagnostic tests. Two of the most common treatments include intrauterine insemination (IUI) or in-vitro fertilization (IVF), two very different fertility procedures...