By optimizing assisted reproductive technologies we will raise the bar of excellence so patients may achieve their ultimate goal ... a healthy baby.

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Why Choose Atlanta Center for Reproductive Medicine?

  • Our Specialty: Trained reproductive endocrinologists have 182 cumulative years of practice experience

  • Outstanding pregnancy success rates using new advances in reproductive technology

  • Honest treatment with an individualized approach

  • CCRM Partnership provides patients access to leading fertility technology developed by the CCRM Network.

  • Designated a member of Aetna's Infertility "Institute of Excellence".

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Infertility Treatments

As specialists in Reproductive Endocrinology, Atlanta Center for Reproductive Medicine offers full diagnostic testing and formulate an efficient, effective therapy tailored to you.

  • In Vitro Fertilization (IVF)
  • Intrauterine Insemination (IUI)
  • Genetic Screening
  • Comprehensive Chromosome Screening (CCS)
  • Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis (PGD)
  • Egg Freezing
  • Male Factor Infertility
  • Egg Donor Program
  • LGBT Family Building
  • Gestational Carrier (Surrogacy)
  • In Vitro Fertilization (IVF)

    IVF is the fertilization of an egg by sperm outside the body. Once fertilization has occurred and normal embryo development is confirmed, it is transferred to the uterus. If implantation occurs, the remaining development of the embryo occurs naturally within the mother. IVF therapy may be appropriate for those who are infertile due to blockage or damage of fallopian tubes, endometriosis, or an unexplained cause.

  • Intrauterine Insemination (IUI)

    With IUI, also referred to as artificial insemination, millions of sperm are placed directly into the uterus when the woman is most fertile, immediately prior to and during ovulation. IUI is best for couples with no known cause of infertility, couples in which the male has decreased semen quality, couples who have infrequent intercourse, women with ovulatory disorders, women with mild endometriosis, or women using donor sperm.

  • Genetic Screening

    While most babies are born healthy, there is a small chance with each pregnancy of having a baby with a severe genetic disorder if both you and your partner carry a mutation for the same gene. As part of our comprehensive pre-conceptual testing, we can perform a blood test called the carrier screening, which checks for more than 300 diseases.

  • Comprehensive Chromosome Screening (CCS)

    For our patients undergoing In Vitro Fertilization, we offer Comprehensive Chromosome Screening (CCS). CCS evaluates all 23 pairs of human chromosomes in search of abnormalities (aneuploidy). CCS is not necessarily used by all infertility patients, but screening embryos in advance can help achieve higher implantation rates and fewer pregnancy losses, particularly for women 35 years or older, individuals with multiple failed IVF cycles or implantation failure, and couples with repeated miscarriages.

  • Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis (PGD)

    We are often able to determine if a particular embryo is carrying a specific genetic disease. Through preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD), an embryo can be biopsied and the removed cells can be analyzed for a specific genetically transmitted disease. This enables patients to greatly reduce the likelihood of passing on a genetic mutation to their offspring.These embryos are derived from the In Vitro Fertilization process.

  • Egg Freezing

    For many years freezing of fertilized eggs has been a routine part of IVF treatments. New developments in freezing technology however make unfertilized egg freezing now a practical option for those needing donor eggs or wishing to freeze their own eggs. Single women in their early 30s or women with medical conditions that put them as risk for running out of eggs earlier than usual are good candidates for egg freezing.

  • Male Factor Infertility

    An evaluation of the male should be one of the very first tests carried out in the diagnostic process of the couple experiencing infertility, as male factors account for a significant portion of infertility cases. We work with several board certified urologists who specialize in diagnosing and treating male infertility. While the type of treatment used will depend directly on how many good quality sperm are available, there are treatment options available for most patients.

  • Egg Donor Program

    For many couples, choosing to use donated eggs provides the only realistic option for fulfilling their dream of parenthood. Every donor with eggs available in our egg bank has been screened here, treated here, had their eggs frozen here, and the eggs remain under our care on site. We feel that this ensures uniform screening of the highest standard and a more personalized donor matching experience because of our familiarity with every donor we work with.

  • LGBT Family Building

    Deciding to take the first steps on the path to parenthood is exciting. We are proud to assist members of the LGBT community in building their families. We are sensitive to the unique needs of our LGBT patients and develop treatment strategies that are specific to each person or couple. We work closely with sperm banks, gestational carrier agencies, and reproductive attorneys both locally and nationally.

  • Gestational Carrier (Surrogacy)

    A Gestational Carrier is a woman that will carry and deliver a child for another couple or person. For the gestational carrier to become pregnant, an embryo (or embryos) is placed into her uterus. These embryos result from IVF treatment, in which eggs and semen are combined. The eggs can be from the patient or an egg donor, but are not from the gestational carrier herself. This assures that the gestational carrier has no genetic tie to the child.

Welcome to ACRM

Fertility Centers in Atlanta, GA

Atlanta Center for Reproductive Medicine offers full diagnostic testing and all therapies for state-of-the-art infertility treatment. ACRM delivers advanced care with a personal touch. We emphasize quality of treatment combined with human warmth. As specialists in Reproductive Endocrinology, we quickly arrive at a diagnosis and formulates an efficient, effective therapy. Our partnership with CCRM gives our patients access to world-renowned fertility research and technology. All of the services at ACRM are offered in a warm and friendly atmosphere with individual treatment plans. Our patients are our priority, and supporting their physical and emotional needs is our primary goal.

All services are offered in a warm & friendly atmosphere with individual treatment plans.

Meet Our Fertility Doctors

  • Lisa A. Hasty, MD, FACOG

    Fertility Doctor

    LISA A. HASTY, MD, a founding partner of Atlanta Center for Reproductive Medicine and fertility doctor practicing in Atlanta, GA, received her undergraduate degree in Pre-Med from Davidson College. Upon graduation, she returned to her home state of Georgia in 1982 to study and earn her medical degree from Emory University School of Medicine.

  • André L. Denis, MD, MPH, FACOG

    Reproductive Endocrinologist

    ANDRÉ L. DENIS, MD, MPH, is a practicing reproductive endocrinologist in Atlanta and founding partner of Atlanta Center for Reproductive Medicine. He received his undergraduate education with honors at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore and also fulfilled the requirements of a Masters of Public Health in Epidemiology during this time.

  • Jim Toner, MD, PhD

    Fertility Doctor

    JIM TONER, MD, PHD, Atlanta fertility doctor, is a board-certified specialist in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility, who joined Atlanta Center for Reproductive Medicine in the summer of 2000 following a highly successful career at the Jones Institute for Reproductive Medicine in Norfolk, VA.

  • Sue Ellen Carpenter, MD, FACOG

    Infertility Doctor

    SUE ELLEN CARPENTER, MD, infertility doctor in Atlanta, joined Atlanta Center for Reproductive Medicine in 2003 following a distinguished faculty position at Emory University School of Medicine's Division of Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility.

  • Robin H. Fogle, MD

    Fertility Specialist

    ROBIN H. FOGLE, MD, fertility specialist in Atlanta, GA, joined Atlanta Center for Reproductive Medicine in the Fall of 2007 after completing her fellowship training in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility at the University of Southern California Keck School of Medicine.

  • David L. Keenan, MD, FACOG

    Infertility Doctor

    DAVID L. KEENAN, MD, infertility doctor in Atlanta, joined Atlanta Center for Reproductive Medicine in the summer of 2008. He received his undergraduate degree in history from Emory University and his medical degree from the Emory University School of Medicine.

  • Kathryn C. Calhoun, MD, FACOG

    Infertility Specialist

    KATHRYN C. CALHOUN, MD, female infertility specialist in Atlanta, joined Atlanta Center for Reproductive Medicine in the summer of 2012. She completed her fellowship training in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

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Testimonials

Learn how ACRM helped these families build and grow their families!

  • "My experience at ACRM changed my life forever! I was a patient for over 6 years and I faced tremendous fertility challenges. The staff at ACRM helped us through every stage of our journey with love and compassion. Infertility is a very difficult and trying experience and I am so thankful that Dr. Hasty and her team were the ones to guide me through. My miracles are now 7 and 3 and there is not a day that goes by that I am not grateful beyond measure to ACRM!"

    Alison Patellis
    Alpharetta, GA

  • "We are so thankful to have had ACRM help us achieve our goal of adding to our family. ACRM made what seemed impossible into glorious reality. The staff is truly amazing and we will never forget what you were able to do for us. Our daughter is our perfect little miracle and wouldn’t have been possible without your expertise and care. Your staff went beyond our expectations in every way and always made us feel taken care of and in good hands. We truly felt cared for."

    Michelle B.

  • "To any of you facing the reality of infertility: find a practice that advocates for you and fights for your best interest. Find comfort in knowing that a place like that exists here in Atlanta. Look for a specialist like Dr. Kathryn Calhoun, who was fierce and relentless in her pursuit for success, and coupled it with approachability and kindness. I can say with absolute certainty that we ended up at the right place for our most precious, hard-earned reward… our son."

    Andrea Kerr

IVF VIdeo Education

  • ACRM Misconceptions

    Dr. Lisa Hasty, MD, has an interview to explain the common misconceptions associated with IFV treatments.

  • Specifics of an IVF Cycle

    Dr. Sue Ellen Carpenter, MD, gives an in-depth explanation of an IVF cycle. If you and your partner want to know what to expect with IVF treatment, this video will help you feel prepared.

  • Donor Egg/IVF Statistics

    For those curious about our egg donor program, Dr. Robin Fogle, MD introduces the basics of this process, including who is a good candidate for donor egg IVF, what the process will look like, and the pregnancy rates ACRM has achieved from this treatment.

  • Virtual Tour of Our IVF Lab

    We are a team of professionals dedicated to caring for patients through thoughtful, cost-effective and, most importantly, honest treatment with an individualized approach. We want you to feel comfortable with us, so take a moment to meet our staff and learn about our IVF lab.

  • ACRM Misconceptions

    Dr. Lisa Hasty, MD, has an interview to explain the common misconceptions associated with IFV treatm ...

  • Specifics of an IVF Cycle

    Dr. Sue Ellen Carpenter, MD, gives an in-depth explanation of an IVF cycle. If you and your partner ...

  • Donor Egg/IVF Statistics

    For those curious about our egg donor program, Dr. Robin Fogle, MD introduces the basics of this ...

  • Virtual Tour of Our IVF Lab

    We are a team of professionals dedicated to caring for patients through thoughtful, cost-effective ...

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