COVID-19 Information

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Covid-19 Waiver


Latest COVID-19 Vaccine Information

Fall 2021: Per CDC and CalOSHA guidelines, masks must continue to be worn in all healthcare facilities regardless of vaccination status. Until further notice, everyone entering the building will be screened and  required to wear a face covering at all times.

We are conducting new-patient consultations and return visits in-person, video or by phone.

We recognize that the coronavirus pandemic will likely continue to impact our lives for months to come,
and that infertility treatment as a time-sensitive medical treatment. Although we are offering treatment
at this time, you have the option to delay treatment.

The decision to proceed with treatment during the coronavirus pandemic is complicated. Women with
underlying medical conditions like hypertension, diabetes, or who are immunocompromised are at
higher risk for complication from coronavirus infection and should more strongly consider delaying
fertility treatment. Women who have diminished ovarian reserve, or who are age 35 years or older,
may have more risk of a worse outcome with fertility treatment if treatment is delayed and may more
strongly consider proceeding with fertility treatment at this time. The risks of COVID-19 in pregnancy is
not completely understood, although early data suggests pregnant women do not have worse disease
than non-pregnant individuals. Talk to your doctor if you are unsure of your risks.

To reduce the risk for exposure for our staff and for our patients, the following policies have been enacted:

COVID-19 Vaccine Information






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