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March 15, 2024

Center for Advanced Reproductive Services opens new office in Middlebury

Contributed The Center for Advanced Reproductive Services has opened a new location in Middlebury.

The Center for Advanced Reproductive Services, an affiliate of the University of Connecticut School of Medicine, has opened its fifth location in Connecticut.

The new office. located at 751 Straits Turnpike, Suite 1S, in Middlebury, opened earlier this month.

Considered a leading fertility program in the country, the center’s new office will make accessing fertility care more convenient to the Middlebury community and surrounding areas, the center said in a news release.

The location is accepting new patients, and offers fertility screening and diagnosis, daily monitoring for intrauterine insemination (IUI) and In-vitro fertilization (IVF) cycles and sonohysterogram, a procedure that looks inside the uterus.

“We are excited to open our new Middlebury location to better serve patients from Waterbury to Naugatuck, Woodbury to Southbury, with easy access to Danbury,” said Brian Miller, CEO of the Center for Advanced Reproductive Services. “Fertility treatments can require many trips to our facilities, so we made sure our new office is designed specifically for patient convenience and comfort.”

The Middlebury location joins the center’s main facility in Farmington, and three other satellite offices in Hartford, Branford, and New London. A sixth location will soon open in Springfield, Massachusetts.

The expansion comes amid swirling controversy nationwide over IVF, sparked by a recent decision by the Alabama Supreme Court that ruled frozen embryos should be considered children. The Alabama state legislature subsequently passed a bill protecting IVF providers and patients from legal liability.

According to the U.S  Department of Health and Human Services, in 2021, the latest year available, 86,146 babies born in the U.S., or 2.3%, were conceived through the use of assisted reproductive technology, including IVF.

The Center for Advanced Reproductive Services is one of the largest in the state and has assisted in the births of more than 18,000 babies since it was founded in 1984.
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