Contact

To Schedule an Appointment

Local Phone:  434-654-8520
Toll Free:  866-540-5190
Fax:  434-654-8521
or complete our contact form below.

Locations

Charlottesville

Hours

Monday – Friday: 8:00am – 5:00pm

Lynchburg

Hours

Tuesday: 8:15am – 3:00pm

Contact Form

Note:Please use the contact form for new patient appointment request or new patient inquiries only; current patients with medical and administrative questions should call the office and select the appropriate extension. Thank you!

    Initial Consultation

    Your initial consult will last approximately 60 minutes and will include a talk to obtain your history, a physical exam and ultrasound, and a plan of treatment discussion.

    Please call 434-654-8520 or toll free 866-540-5190. It would be helpful to have any previous gynecological history, especially surgeries, sent to our office prior to your initial appointment.

    Our fax number is 434-654-8521 and our mailing address is 595 Martha Jefferson Drive, Suite 390, Charlottesville, VA 22911.

    Contacts

    Financial Inquiries

    Jody Halloran, Practice Manager:  434-654-8520,
    Jody.Halloran@vafertility.com

    IVF Nurse

    Brittany Hundley, RN, IVF Nurse Coordinator 434-654-8875, Brittany.Hundley@vafertility.com

    Tara Snow, RN, IVF Nurse Coordinator:  434-654-8875, Tara.Snow@vafertility.com

    Kari Byers-Keegan, RN IVF Nurse Coordinator:  434-654-8875, Kari.ByersKeegan@vafertility.com

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