Aug 07, 2016
Finding the right fertility specialist should not be based on location alone. The Fertility Center of Charleston treats patients across SC and Georgia.
Aug 04, 2016
Most infertility patients describe the fertility process as a journey. The Fertility Center of Charleston shares tips from patients for those starting their journey to a family. Dr. Stephanie Singleton treats patients in Savannah and Charleston.
Jul 06, 2016
The Fertility Center of Charleston is proud to serve those families that serve our country. They offer special money saving programs for those struggling with infertility as well as actively involved in IVF4VETS.
Jun 01, 2016
State insurance covers up to 70% of infertility costs in SC for teachers. Dr. Singleton and The Fertility Center of Charleston are now offering FREE consults for teachers in June.
May 19, 2016
The Fertility Center of Charleston is offering FREE consults in June for SC teachers. Summer is a good time for teachers to begin the fertility process. The state employee insurance in SC covers 70% of fertility treatments.
May 10, 2016
The family tree is growing! The Fertility Center of Charleston and Dr. Stephanie Singleton invite all former patients and their families to the Annual Baby Party on May 13th.
Apr 19, 2016
National Infertility Awareness Week is a time for the focus to be on the infertility struggle that many couples face. The Fertility Center of Charleston and Dr. Stephanie Singleton recognizes this struggle and offers insight and support.
Apr 05, 2016
Dr. Stephanie Singleton and The Fertility Center of Charleston will be hosting a free patient seminar in Savannah, GA on Thursday, April 21st. Dr. Singleton will share the latest advances in fertility treatment and affordable financing options.
Mar 14, 2016
Dr. Stephanie Singleton and The Fertility Center of Charleston staff work with same sex couples that want to start a family. The Fertility Center of Charleston has locations in Charleston, SC and Savannah, GA.
Mar 07, 2016
Endometriosis could be to blame for some women who are struggling to conceive. Dr. Stephanie Singleton of The Fertility Center of Charleston treats patients with this "silent" medical condition and helps them to start a family after treatment.