If you’re going through fertility treatments, you’re probably trying to do everything you can to best prepare your body and mind in order to get pregnant fast. Whether you’re trying to maintain a healthy weight,
Preparing for your fertility consultation
Be sure to register within 24 hours of your consultation request. You may call us to resend the link.
By completing the medical and fertility forms online, you help Dr. Rosencrantz best prepare for your consultation.
Insurances We Accept
We only take PPO policies.
What to Expect at Your First RHWC Fertility Visit?
How to prepare for your first fertility consultation?
Please be sure to use a desktop computer to register on our Patient Portal and add your spouse’s information if applicable. It is also important that you fill out the patient forms prior to your appointment. We will contact you 72 hours (3 days) before your appointment to confirm completion of patient forms, and invoice you to complete your consultation registration.
Virtual Consultations: 5 minutes before your consultation, Dr. Rosencrantz will email you the link to join in on the video call.
In Person Consultations: Once you arrive, we immediately check your temperature with a forehead scan. Be prepared with your insurance (if applicable) and photo ID. In addition to the patient portal questionnaire, you will fill out patient forms that helps Dr. Rosencrantz best prepare for your consultation. Once checked in, Dr. Rosencrantz will come out and greet you to his office. Please be sure to wear a mask!
Whether your new patient visit is in person or virtual, please know that we are here to make your fertility journey as easy, as comfortable, and as successful as possible. You can call us at 949-516-0606 if you have any questions prior to your first initial consultation.
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