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Oregon Reproductive Medicine (ORM)

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Last Update: 04/29/2020

Description

Oregon Reproductive Medicine (ORM) is a private fertility clinic that opened in 1989. This clinic offers patient assistance in 5 languages: English, French, German, Italian, and Spanish.

ORM has 4 fertility offices throughout the Pacific Northwest. Specifically, there are 3 centers in Oregon and 1 in Washington. It is worth noting that only one clinic in Oregon (Downtown) and the one in Washington have their own IVF laboratory to carry out the treatments without the need to travel.

However, all this information could not be verified by the inviTRA-Specialists.

If you want to know how to get to the clinic, click here.

Available treatments

The following fertility treatments are available at the center:

Fertility preservation
In Vitro Fertilization / ICSI
IUI with Donor Sperm
IUI with Partner's Sperm
Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis
Reciprocal IVF

ORM also offers the possibility of surrogacy since the country's legislation allows this treatment.

If you're still unsure which fertility treatment is right for you and would like to know more about it, we suggest you read on here: Fertility Treatment Overview.

The treatment costs may vary significantly depending on the tests or techniques included or not, such as the seminogram, medication, fertility testing, medical visits, prolonged culture or embryo vitrification.

This Tool helps you to find out the exact costs of the different fertility clinics (what's included and what's not) and provides you with lots of useful tips for your first appointment.

Diagnostic treatments

At ORM, it is also possible to perform the following diagnostic tests on men and women to find out the reason for infertility and establish the most appropriate treatment:

  • Female fertility testing
  • Male fertility testing
  • Ultrasound
  • Hysterosalpingography
  • Hormonal analysis
  • Semen analysis report

Complimentary techniques

Oregon Reproductive Medicine has the necessary technology to perform the following complementary techniques in order to increase the possibilities of success of the treatments:

  • Advanced genetic screening, e.g. Preimplantational Genetic Testing for aneuploidy
  • Egg donation
  • Surrogacy
  • Fertility counseling
  • Acupuncture
  • Invocell
  • Embryo donation
  • Assisted hatching

However, all this information could not be verified by the inviTRA-Specialists.

Success rates

This data has been collected by the American CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) in the year 2016. Directly comparing pregnancy rates between different clinics can lead to mistakes.

IVF/ICSI

Realized cycles

Number of total cycles performed by the clinic in a year.

The CDC stipulates both the total number of cycles realized per clinic in general and number of cycles performed by the patient's age group: under 35 years, between 35-37 years, between 38-40 years, between 41-42 years and above 43 years.

This is the total number of performed cycles by ORM in a year.

More information
Total Cycles with Fresh Eggs: 241 per year
Total Cycles with Frozen Eggs: 513 per year

Pregnancy probability per transfer

Probability that an embryo transfer will lead to a pregnancy, regardless of the number of embryos transferred.

Cycles with Fresh Eggs

Age of the recipient woman: under 35 years old
73%
Age of the recipient woman: between 35 and 37 years old
71,9%
Age of the recipient woman: between 38 and 40 years old
53,8%
Age of the recipient woman: between 41 and 42 years old
33,3%*
* Percentage extracted from 9 cases only
Age of the recipient woman: over 43 years old
54,5%*
* Percentage extracted from 11 cases only

Cycles with Frozen Eggs

Age of the recipient woman: under 35 years old
72,9%
Age of the recipient woman: between 35 and 37 years old
81,1%
Age of the recipient woman: between 38 and 40 years old
67%
Age of the recipient woman: between 41 and 42 years old
69%
Age of the recipient woman: over 43 years old
65%

IVF with egg donation

Realized cycles

Number of total cycles performed by the clinic in a year.

In regards to egg donation cycles, these are the ranges of annual cycles carried out by ORM.

More information
Total Cycles with Fresh Embryos: 20 per year
Total Cycles with Frozen Eggs: 262 per year

Pregnancy probability per transfer

Probability that an embryo transfer will lead to a pregnancy, regardless of the number of embryos transferred.

Fresh Embryo Transfer
70%
Frozen Embryo Transfer
83,1%

Medical team

Dr. Shannel Adams
Dr. Shannel Adams
Board-Eligible Reproductive Endocrinologist & Infertility Specialist
Oregon license: MD183564
Dr. Brandon J. Bankowski
Dr. Brandon J. Bankowski
Board-Certified Reproductive Endocrinologist
Oregon license: MD25817
Dr. Elizabeth A. Barbieri
Dr. Elizabeth A. Barbieri
Board-Certified Specialist In Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility
Oregon license: MD29375
Dr. Thomas E. Fisher
Dr. Thomas E. Fisher
Board-Certified Reproductive Endocrinologist & Infertility Specialist
Oregon license: DO179942
Dr. John S. Hesla
Dr. John S. Hesla
Board-Certified Reproductive Endocrinologist
Treatment and care of patients with endocrine and infertility issues
Oregon license: MD21546
Dr. Amanda K. Hurliman
Dr. Amanda K. Hurliman
Board-Certified Reproductive Endocrinologist & Infertility Specialist
Oregon license: MD163192
Emiliy Mounts
Emiliy Mounts
Director of Genomic Services
Genetic counselor
Serena Talcott
Serena Talcott
Genetic counselor
Gena Shepherd
Gena Shepherd
Genetic counselor
Olive Shihui
Olive Shihui
Genetic counselor
Alison Coates
Alison Coates
Embryology Laboratory Director

Reviews

On Google Business, the reviews of the patients of ORM are mostly very positive. User current, who was a donor at ORM, praises the personalized treatment. The staff is described as being supportive and caring. Another donor, Krista confirms the impression of the staff. She felt well supported and properly informed during the entire process. Mike also had a positive experience and was finally able to go home as a father.

There is also one negative feedback from Jordan. The user was not satisfied with the egg donation process. Her partner, who was egg donor, wasn't informed well enough as to how she would feel after the egg retrieval.

The reviews belong to the Downtown Fertility Center of ORM.

Location: How to get to the clinic

As mentioned above, ORM Fertility has several fertility clinic throughout the Pacific Northest. Below, you'll find indications how to get to the branches.

The Downtown Fertility Center is located at the 15th Ave in Portland, 97205 Oregon.

The nearest airport is Portland International Airport.

By car, it is only a 20 minutes ride to the clinic. From NE Air Cargo Rd and NE Airport Way take I-205 S. Follow I-205 S, take I-84 W/US-30 W to NW 15th Ave, on I-405 S take exit 2A. Continue on NW 15th Ave. The clinic is on the left side.

Alternatively you can take the Max Red Line. It will take you approx. 1 - 1.5 hours to get to the clinic.

Westside Fertility Center

The Westside fertility center is just 8 minutes away from Downtown Fertiltiy Center. Just follow the same route and continue via US-26 W.

Southside Fertility Center

The Southside branch is a 30 minutes ride from International Airport Portland.

From NE Airport Way take I-205 S. Follow I-205 S, I-84 W/US-30 W and I-5 S to SW Dartmouth St in Tigard, on I-5 S take exit 293. Follow SW Dartmouth St until SW 70th Ave.

Bellevue Fertility Center

The nearest Airport to Bellevue Fertility Center is Airport Seattle/Tacoma.

You can take the train no 550 and 560 and change to the link light rail direction Angle Lake Station. It will take approx. 50 minutes.

However, by car it's just a 20 minutes ride to the clinic via I-405 S.

Last Update: 04/29/2020
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