The bulk of our clinical services are associated with treating infertility but the WVU Center for Reproductive Medicine does more than that. Our world-class physicians and staff help people of both genders and all ages overcome abnormal reproductive conditions they were either born with or have acquired.

Our services range from basic lab tests to complex assisted reproductive technologies (ARTs). When you visit our Center, we want you to be a partner in your treatment plans so we can design a therapy that best suits your needs.

Registered Dietitian Helenia Sedoski works with patients at the WVU Center for Reproductive Medicine who seek help in making healthy lifestyle choices. For appointments or questions, please call us at 304-598-3100, extension 203.

Technologies and services

Our state-of-the-art Center has its own:

  • ultrasound
  • operating suites
  • recovery rooms
  • laboratories

all with the latest technology and equipment. In vitro fertilization and other procedures are performed on site for the comfort and convenience of our patients. Our laboratory is certified by the federal government and undergoes yearly inspections by the College of American Pathologists.

Out-of-town patients

If you travel from out of town, we are equipped to meet your needs. Accommodation in WVU Medicine’s Rosenbaum Family House or local hotels can be arranged with advance notice.

Zika virus recommendations

Zika virus infection is a growing concern for both pregnant women and couples who may become pregnant. While we do have some cases of Zika in West Virginia, there are no locally transmitted cases. However, there have been cases in West Virginia and surrounding states acquired during travel to affected areas. All patients should consider recent travel and possible exposure.

If a woman is exposed to Zika, she should not become pregnant for six months.

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