About Servy Massey Fertility Institute
For nearly 30 years, Dr. Joe B. Massey and Dr. Edouard Servy have helped thousands of couples build families. A graduate of Emory University and Emory Medical School, Dr. Massey built a sizable following of fertility patients in Atlanta as the co-founder of Reproductive Biology Associates (RBA) for many years. A native of France, Dr. Servy attended medical school in Bordeaux. He was the recipient of the highly prized Irene Bernard grant at the Medical College of Georgia in Augusta in 1969 for a research fellowship in reproductive endocrinology.
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Pioneers in Affordable IVF
As well-known pioneers in IVF, Dr. Massey and Dr. Servy bring yet another solution for hopeful parents-to-be in the southeast. After years of struggling with the barrier that the cost of fertility treatment created for many of their patients, they founded Servy Massey Fertility Institute to offer affordable fertility treatments. Their unique low-cost IVF program does just that and brings the joy of parenthood to more couples than ever before.
Dr. Edouard J. Servy is a well-respected fertility expert practicing in Augusta, Georgia. He was responsible for the first intrauterine insemination and the first in vitro fertilization-embryo transfer at blastocyst stage in the United States, as well as the first live birth after cryopreservation at the blastocyst stage following intracytoplasmic sperm injection in the world.
Fertility specialist Dr. Massey, is an expert in infertility treatment, including in vitro fertilization and ICSI, and egg preservation in Atlanta, GA.
Servy Massey Fertility Institute's current success rates.
Servy Massey Fertility Institute has two locations: Atlanta and Augusta. At both clinics our primary goal is to make sure patients have positive expectations about their visit, about their contact with the staff, and above all, their expectations are met.
Meet our qualified infertility medical and office support staff at Servy Massey Fertility Institute in Atlanta and Augusta, Georgia.
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