In response to the rapidly-changing government policies regarding the Coronavirus, we will be shortening our business hours. Starting this Monday the 23rd of March, our hours of operation will change to 9am-4pm until further notice.
Our staff will also remain by the phones during these business hours for important questions you may have. If you are calling, please follow the prompts given.
Nothing is more important than your health and safety, and the need to protect those most vulnerable. We are taking multiple steps to minimize health risks to our patients, our teammates and our communities, including enhanced cleaning procedures in our office.
Fertility Institute of San Diego will be caring only for our patients currently in cycle while also recognizing that it is our responsibility, as a team and as a community, to comply with national public health recommendations and apply them to all reproductive settings during this unprecedented time.
We look forward to gathering again to resume helping grow your family two feet at a time, but until then, we will keep you updated on all changes to be made.
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