“We streamline the process so that more CT Fertility clients can work with doctors in their communities for preliminary screening and monitoring, thereby reduce the expenses and stress of multiple trips to the US."
Bridgeport, CT (PRWEB) October 27, 2011
CT Fertility, a leading provider of egg donation and surrogacy services worldwide, is pleased to announce the appointment of Mrs. Shantai Rivera-Bonilla to the position of Program Coordinator. The appointment comes as CT Fertility has seen a growing number of non-local couples that need the help of a surrogate in order to become parents. “Five years ago we performed 35 annual surrogacy cycles, while that number has more than tripled by 2011,” says Dr. Michael Doyle, the clinic’s medical director. Ms. Rivera-Bonilla's primary focus will be to optimize the experience of these clients, both from within the US and around the world. According to Ms. Rivera-Bonilla, "we work hard to streamline the process so that many more CT Fertility clients, both Americans and international, can now work with doctors in their communities for all the preliminary screening and monitoring work, and thereby reduce the amount of time they need to spend away from home, with the related expenses and stress of multiple trips to the US." Toward that end, CT Fertility has established an extensive network of top quality fertility clinics, labs and support service professionals it selected in primary US and international destinations.
Having worked in the fields of Reproductive Medicine, Egg Donation and Gestational Surrogacy since 1999 Mrs. Rivera-Bonilla brings over 10 years of experience to CT Fertility. In addition to the coordination of IVF/Surrogacy cycles for local and international families, she will also oversee the screening and support provided to all egg donors, and all matters related to FDA compliance.
"It is a true privilege to have joined the CT Fertility team," said Shantai; "being able to assist couples achieve their family creation dreams is an amazing aspect of my day to day job."
According to Dr. Michael Doyle, the Medical Director of CT Fertility, “We are delighted to have Shantai as our Program Coordinator. Her training and experience with screening and supporting egg donors as they get matched to intended parents will greatly affect the journey of our clients, plus she brings to our clinic tremendous communication, management and organizational talents.”
Mrs. Rivera-Bonilla earned both her Associate’s degree and Certificate in Human Services from Housatonic Community College in Bridgeport, Connecticut.
- for more information about CT Fertility please go to: http://www.ctfertility.com
About CT Fertility
Founded by Dr. Michael Doyle, CT Fertility specializes in Reproductive Medicine, Egg Donation and Surrogacy. Since 1991 CT Fertility has created over 4,500 babies for a diverse group of parents from around the world - including clients from over 30 countries, couples and singles, straight and gay, and spanning a wide range of ages. Based in Bridgeport, CT, and with offices in New York City, the clinic achieves exceptional results by coordinating every aspect of the medical process, all under one roof, including the finding and pre-screening of highly qualified and immediately available local egg donors and surrogates.
CT Fertility services include basic fertility testing and treatments, IVF, ICSI, pre-implantation genetic diagnosis (PGD), egg freezing and banking, and embryo adoption. CT Fertility operates one of the oldest and most established IVF laboratories in the USA, with state-of-the-art technology, equipment, protocols, and access to the most currently available genetic technology. Through the early mastery of the vitrification freezing technology and other protocols, CT Fertility has also established one of the largest and most successful Donor Egg Banks in the world.
CT Fertility personalizes the parenting journey by offering a wide range of treatment and egg donation options, taking into account your long-term family vision, ethical, legal and financial considerations, personal relationships and priorities, and coping preferences.