Many couples are able to conceive with little to no problems at all. For individuals or couples struggling with infertility issues, the uncertainty of turning to fertility specialists may be daunting. Midwest Fertility Center tries to make the process easy by holding an open house at their main office in Downers Grove, Illinois every Tuesday. At each open house, guests are invited to ask questions about fertility treatment but also about finance and payment options.
Midwest Fertility Center acknowledges fertility treatment is expensive and ranges in the thousands of dollars. Midwest Fertility Center wants to help make fertility treatment easier and more achievable for couples by accepting a wide range of HMO and PPOs. Midwest Fertility Center contracts with multiple local and national insurance networks.
Listed on the Midwest Fertility Center’s “about” page is a list of insurance providers contracted with Midwest Fertility Center. A few include: Cigna, First Health, Healthstar, One Health Plan, Sagamore, Wellmark, and Wellpoint. While the insurance doesn’t cover the entire cost of the assisted reproductive treatment, Midwest Fertility Center assures that patients often have more coverage for procedures than they usually expect.
In addition to accepting their list of insurance carriers, Midwest Fertility Center’s staff is more than prepared to help set up financing or payment plans. Their payment options include the: shared success program, pre-paid packages, and Family Fee Plan. Family Fee Plan accepted by Midwest Fertility Center is a national financial service for fertility treatment. Patients benefit from the low payment and fixed interest rate. Midwest Fertility Center also accepts major credit cards.
Midwest Fertility Center wants to help make couples’ dreams of a family come true. The doctors and experts at Midwest Fertility Center offer different assisted reproductive treatments for that exact purpose. While assisted reproduction is expensive, Midwest Fertility Center provides patients with information on their different accepted payment options.