Reproductive Medicine: Infertility services and more

The WVU Center for Reproductive Medicine provides help for infertility and more. We offer a range of health services for both males and females, from infants to seniors, with problems that affect the reproductive system, including help for individuals with gender identity disorders.

Our mission

For both men and women, reproductive problems can be confusing and overwhelming. The WVU Center for Reproductive Medicine offers you the best in care, comfort, and convenience in our state-of-the-art facility.

We will help you:

  • learn about your condition
  • give you appropriate literature
  • answer any questions that you may have

We also involve you in your treatment plans so we can design a therapy that suits your needs. And, if you need it, we offer counseling to help you with the emotional components of your condition.

Our philosophy – A single, healthy infant

We are dedicated to working with you to reduce your potential for having a multiple birth. The staff of the WVU Center for Reproductive Medicine shares the philosophy that infertility treatment should result in the birth of a single, healthy infant.

Some see this philosophy as inefficient due to the financial and emotional costs of infertility and its treatment. However, we feel that the potential for adverse physical, emotional, economic, and social outcomes associated with a multiple birth far exceeds anything that would be expected to occur during the evaluation and treatment of infertility.


We are conveniently located in a private, off campus location on Pineview Drive in Morgantown, West Virginia.

Although we are physically separate from the medical campus (we’re about two minutes away from WVU Hospitals), the Center for Reproductive Medicine is part of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at West Virginia University. We have easy access to specialists in other health fields, which contributes to the exceptional level of care we provide our patients.