Columbia Fertility Associates

Fertility Specialists & OB/GYNs located in Washington, DC, Bethesda, MD & Arlington, VA

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Washingtonian Top Doc Nomination for
2016, 2017, 2018

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If you are, you may qualify for a research study evaluating an investigational non-hormonal vaginal ring for endometriosis-related pain.

You will be eligible to participate if you:

  • Are at least 18 years of age and pre-menopausal
  • Have been diagnosed with endometriosis
  • Have moderate to severe endometriosis-related pain
  • Have a history of regular menstrual period (24-35 days per cycle)

Additional criteria apply. Qualified participants may receive study-related care, study medication or placebo at no cost. Financial compensation may be provided for time and travel expenses.

To learn more about the study and determine whether you may be eligible to participate, please contact Columbia Fertility Associates at 202.293.6066 or email at


About Columbia Fertility Associates

Established in 1978, Columbia Fertility Associates is a premier fertility clinic on the east coast. With three convenient locations in Washington, DC; Bethesda, Maryland; and Arlington, Virginia, patients have advanced options for getting the fertility care services they need.

The team of professional and skilled physicians, nurses, and coordinators are highly trained reproductive specialists. They recognize the special needs of patients struggling with infertility and strive to provide innovative medical solutions with personalized patient-centric care.

Since the incorporation of the clinic’s state-of-the-art laboratory in 2003, patients can now get all of their diagnostic and medical needs met under one roof. Plus, because Columbia Fertility Associates is consistently ranked among the top fertility centers in the country, patients can feel confident that the team has everything they need to help patients with the most complex of infertility issues.

Not only do they offer the most advanced in-vitro fertilization (IVF) program, the team also specializes in frozen or thawed embryo transfer, intrauterine insemination (IUI), and assisted hatching, to name a few options. They have both an egg donor and a sperm donor program, too.

The team at Columbia Fertility Associates offer flexible scheduling for patients who want to get started on the conception process or patients who just want to learn about their options. Patients can even come to the clinic for second opinions. The team welcomes new and existing patients to the practice.

Columbia Fertility Associates peaks Languages spoken practice: French, Spanish, Urdu, French Creole, Arabic, Mandarin, and of course English.


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Special Fertility Discounts

Columbia Fertility Associates currently has the following special program offerings in effect.

For complete program details, please call or email our financial counselors
at the location closest to you in DC, Arlington, Bethesda



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Accepted Insurance Plans

Columbia Fertility Associates accepts many insurance plans, and will assist you in understanding your coverage and file any necessary paperwork for you, eliminating wasted time and frustration. Please contact our office for assistance.

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