At Conceptions, your patient’s success is supported by the latest validated treatments, technologies, by your friends, and neighbors.
Our goal is to successfully return your patient to your office for routine obstetrical care as safely and quickly as possible. Our IVF treatment paradigm considers all the stakeholders including referring professionals who are often left to manage complicated multiple deliveries from ART treatment.
When to Refer for Infertility?
- 6-months of unprotected intercourse over 35 years without success.
- High FSH, Low AMH levels
- Low Sperm Count
- Abnormal HSG
- History of Genetic Disease
- 12-months of unprotected intercourse under 35 years without success.
- Recurrent miscarriage
- Family history of early menopause (under 40).
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IVF Success Rates
Not all fertility treatments and centers provide the same chance of success or put the needs of patients first. Conceptions has been a proud member of the Denver-area medical community for over 20-years, using the latest and most validated fertility treatments.
We’re pleased to provide our current IVF success rates for your consideration per Intended Egg Retrieval as required by the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology and per Frozen Embryo Transfer.
Please note a comparison of clinic success rates may not be meaningful because a patient’s medical characteristics, treatment approaches, and entrance criteria for assisted reproductive technology (ART) may vary from clinic to clinic. Visit http://www.cdc.gov/art to learn more.
Physician Liaison Team
Compassion and understanding start with education. Conceptions works closely with the OB/GYN, Urologist, and Oncology through our Physician Liaison Team to offer the medical community educating and training professionals on the need for early fertility treatment and what makes fertility care different at Conceptions.
Erica Lewis, grew up in Highlands Ranch, Colorado, earned her Bachelor’s degree in Integrative Physiology from the University of Colorado at Boulder. Shortly after she realized her passion for nursing and completed her Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree at Regis University in Denver, Colorado. Erica worked as an infertility nurse coordinator for 5 years prior to her current role as a Clinical Physician Liaison. Her passion for women’s health has provided her the rewarding experience of helping patients build their families. Outside of work, Erica enjoys spending time with her husband, daughters, and rescue dog.
Brigitte Olson is originally from Nebraska. She attended the University of Kansas where she earned her degree in Journalism and Strategic Communication. After moving to Chicago and working in hospitality, she went back to school at Loyola University Chicago to complete an Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing. She then began her nursing career with adult trauma and surgical patients. Upon moving to Colorado in 2015, she worked in an adult surgical oncology unit. After six years of bedside nursing, Brigitte decided to pursue an area of interest she’d always held in reproductive medicine. She spent five years as an IVF coordinator and found such fulfillment in helping patients navigate the process to work toward the ultimate goal of achieving parenthood. As a Clinical Physician Liaison, Brigitte is excited to be a resource to other providers and increase awareness about fertility services at Conceptions Reproductive Associates. At home, Brigitte stays busy with her husband, two young girls and pup, Stella.
Cindy Pick grew up in Iowa where she received her nursing degree. She spent the next twenty years honing her nursing skills. She started her career in Minneapolis working for Children’s hospital then joined the ranks of travel nurses where she was able to expand her skills and the number of places she called home. After assignments in North Carolina, Texas, and Colorado; Cindy made San Diego home for eight years as a nurse in the pediatric oncology department as Kaiser Permanente. This is where Cindy found the joy of caring for children and their families. Cindy then moved back to Colorado, where she started her travel nursing, to join her husband Adam. While in Colorado, Cindy was a nurse in a leading bone marrow transplant hospital. She left that role after five years and found a new calling as a fertility nurse. After twenty years of nursing, including five years in fertility, Cindy decided to take her knowledge into a new career. Today, Cindy is proud to be a Physician Liaison for Conceptions Reproductive Associates where she combines her gift as communicator with her passion for reproductive medicine. In her spare time Cindy likes gardening, woodworking, and camping with her husband and two dogs.