After two decades of experience, we're starting all over. This time, for the patient.
We've been helping to create life in Seattle for years. Dr. Michael Soules established his practice in reproductive endocrinology at the University of Washington in 1980. Over the years, the practice grew and thrived- through the use of ever-evolving technology.
In 30 years we've learned lots about reproductive medicine. We're proud to have some of the highest success rates in the country and have helped bring more than 1000 in vitro fertilization (IVF) babies into the world.
But our most valuable lesson was also the most unexpected. Our patients taught us that lesson: Success is not just about infertility treatments. It's about infertility partnerships.
The patient is every bit as much a player as the medicine. It may be a cliché but it's true about the miracle of life: A successful pregnancy is often the result only of optimal physical, psychological and even spiritual alignments.
And so we have built a whole new medical practice from the ground up. By, for and about the patient.
We devoted ourselves, for example, to slashing the wait time for first appointments. No more delays of eight or 10 weeks or longer.
We've built a team approach so that you get your own medical support group. And we've backed it up by adding far more staff than the typical infertility practice.
We pledge to partner with you to find the most supportive, the most effective, and the most comfortable treatment plan. After all, isn't it time we practiced what you already know?