The K Street office will have extended hours and will soon be open 7 days a week, including for weekend monitoring beginning in April 2015.
Washington, D.C. (PRWEB) March 17, 2015
Shady Grove Fertility has recognized a growing demand in the Washington, D.C., metro region for increased access to patient care. In order to meet this developing need, Shady Grove Fertility has expanded its K Street location, featuring a new monitoring suite. This monitoring suite is equipped with state-of-the-art technology and more exam rooms and blood draw stations to help patients move through appointments with greater ease. In addition to this remodeled space, the K Street office will have extended hours and will soon be open 7 days a week, including for weekend monitoring beginning in April 2015.
The K Street expansion represents one of the many ways in which Shady Grove Fertility has provided patients with greater access to care than ever before, including the December 2014 opening of an office in Hagerstown, Maryland, and hiring three new reproductive endocrinologists over the course of the past year. Sunita Kulshrestha, M.D., practices in Shady Grove Fertility's Philadelphia area offices; Shruti Malik, M.D., practices in the Fair Oaks, Virginia, office; and Kate Devine, M.D., practices in the K Street location in Washington, D.C.
“It’s important for Shady Grove Fertility as a practice to adapt and evolve with the needs of our patients. Our growth initiatives are examples of this evolution, increasing convenience and comfort for our patient community,” said Eric A. Widra, M.D., Medical Director of Shady Grove Fertility.
Appointments are now being scheduled for K Street’s expanded hours. To schedule a new patient appointment, please call 888-761-1967.
About Shady Grove Fertility: Shady Grove Fertility is America’s leading fertility center, offering patients access to state-of-the-art technology, individualized care, and innovative financial programs. We believe in fostering a culture of excellence through investment in the latest technologies to improve clinical outcomes; devoting extensive resources to our progressive research program; and making the commitment to hire and train staff that are highly experienced, passionate, loyal, and deeply committed to patient care. With 22 offices in the Mid-Atlantic region and 32 reproductive endocrinologists, our fertility patients have greater access to treatment than ever before.