Center for Reproductive Medicine of New Mexico

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Genetic counseling is not offered: Not OfferedAcupuncture is not offered: Not OfferedMental health counseling is not offered: Not OfferedNutrition counseling is not offered: Not OfferedAdministration of shots: OfferedCoordinating at-home nursing is not offered: Not OfferedSelling medication: OfferedProviding backup medication: Offered
Albuquerque
201 Cedar St., S120
Albuquerque, NM 87106
(505) 247-3333
On a scale from 0-10, how likely are you to recommend Center for Reproductive Medicine of New Mexico to a friend?
Strongly recommend: 5Don't recommend: 27.9
7 assessments
  • 71% Strongly recommend (9-10)
  • 0% Neutral (7-8)
  • 29% Don't recommend (0-6)
Operations
Poorly operated
Operated well
Scheduling
Difficult scheduling
Easy scheduling
Billing Department
Incompetent billing dept.
Competent billing dept.
Nursing Team
Poor nursing team
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Attention to Detail
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2013 CDC Success Rates
Live births per fresh IVF cycle by age range
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35-37
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43-44
This Clinic
National Average
Annual Cycles for this Clinic
226
Annual Cycles National Avg.
344
5
Average Doctor Score
1 doctor
7 assessments
10
Age
26 - 30
Treated
2012 - 2016
Success with this Doc
?
Treatment
3 Embryo Freezing
Diagnosis
Male Factor, Poor Egg Quality, Other
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Dr Caperton has worked with several other doctors and labs to help find the right process for us. He has recommended several things particularly in our case because of our situation. He has given our case the extra attention it has needed and shows interest in us and how our ivf has impacted our lives. He is smart, funny and an excellent physician. He is constantly reading and doing research in his field and adjusting treatment of his patients accordingly...Dr Caperton has worked with several other doctors and labs to help find the right process for us. He has recommended several things particularly in our case because of our situation. He has given our case the extra attention it has needed and shows interest in us and how our ivf has impacted our lives. He is smart, funny and an excellent physician. He is constantly reading and doing research in his field and adjusting treatment of his patients accordingly...
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Age
26 - 30
Treated
2012 - 2016
Success with this Doc
?
Race
European
Income
$100K - $199K
Occupation
Order & Number of Docs Seen
1 Doc Seen
Treatment
3 Embryo Freezing
Diagnosis
Male Factor, Poor Egg Quality, Other
10
Describe your experience with Center for Reproductive Medicine of New Mexico.
The new facility and technology is fantastic. It is comfortable, clean, modern and easy to find. They are just getting going though, opened July 1st, so please be patient as they are getting all the office routines figured out. The lab has been tested and they did some runs with mouse embryos before using everything for the first time on human eggs, sperm and embryos. The medicine of the office is efficient and well run. We were much more pleased with the new office than the set up with the old one.
During treatment, did you feel like you were treated like a number or a human?
We are an unusual case in that my husband had childhood cancer and Dr Caperton has worked with several other doctors and labs to help find the right process for us. We live 6 hours away from the CFI so Dr Caperton constantly is making efforts to limit our need for unnecessary trips. We have spent many hours(many after business hours) on the phone to save us travel time. I have his cell phone number and he answers my calls and texts quickly and is kind and compassionate as well as effective and straightforward. He helped us find a fantastic place for dinner when we were staying in Albuquerque during an egg retrieval monitoring trip that included my husband's birthday. He's also given us a large discount as returning patients that have not been able to complete an embryo transfer yet. Most of all I got the stomach flu days after an egg retrieval and when we called him, at 9 at night, he gave my situation great attention and walked my husband through taking some of my vitals to assess my situation from 6 hours away. He told us what we needed to do, go get an IV for dehydration, how to communicate that to our local physicians.
Describe your experience with your nurse.
Amazing, kind, skilled, helpful, compassionate, friendly and intelligent.
How was your experience with Lee Caperton?
We are an unusual case in that my husband had childhood cancer and Dr Caperton has worked with several other doctors and labs to help find the right process for us. He has recommended several things particularly in our case because of our situation. He has given our case the extra attention it has needed and shows interest in us and how our ivf has impacted our lives. He is smart, funny and an excellent physician. He is constantly reading and doing research in his field and adjusting treatment of his patients accordingly. He just built a state of art office and lab and recruited top talent for the new facility. He helped Pioneer the process of vitrification of embryos to improve success in storage, thawing and survival of stored embryos. We live 6 hours away from the CFI so Dr Caperton constantly is making efforts to limit our need for unnecessary trips. We have spent many hours(many after business hours) on the phone to save us travel time. I have his cell phone number and he answers my calls and texts quickly and is kind and compassionate as well as effective and straightforward. He helped us find a fantastic place for dinner when we were staying in Albuquerque during an egg retrieval monitoring trip that included my husband's birthday. He's also given us a large discount as returning patients that have not been able to complete an embryo transfer yet. I got the stomach flu days after an egg retrieval and when we called him, at 9 at night, he gave my situation great attention and walked my husband through taking some of my vitals to assess my situation from 6 hours away. He told us what we needed to do, go get an IV for dehydration, how to communicate that to our local physicians.
What one piece of advice would you give a prospective patient of Lee Caperton?
Don't be afraid to ask questions. He and his staff seem busy and are, but they always find time to answer your questions, often even after business hours
Describe the protocols Lee Caperton used in your cycles and their degree of success.
We started undergoing ivf from the start because the only way to get sperm from my husband is surgically due to his childhood cancer. Thus we started with sort of a clean slate. Our first ivf protocol was a typical lupron cycle with menopur and follistem. We retrieved 21 eggs but only 1 embryo survived to day 5 to be biopsied for pre-genetic screening. It was abnormal. After our unexpected poor results, he changed my meds to a ganarelix cycle with lower doses of menopur and follistem to achieve a slower growth rate in the eggs. We then got 18 eggs, a higher percentage was mature and 3 embryos made it to day 5/6 biopsy. One came back indeterminate and two were again abnormal. After several hours together on the phone and being cognizant of the emotional and stressful side effects I was experiencing, Dr Caperton suggested we wait to do another cycle until his new office and lab was ready and suggested I should restart taking a mild antidepressants. I was concerned with side-effects of the citalopram to an embro or fetus and he and I decided the stress was just as bad for our egg and embryo development. We are going to stop taking the antidepressant before our FET later this year. The new cycle we just completed two weeks ago included ganarelix, gonal F due to a supply issue with follistem, menopur and letrozole with a good prenatal and DHEA supplement (something he had been reading articles about). This was all in hopes of improving our egg quality as our sperm was already disadvantaged from being strategically retrieved and from a cancer survivor treated with chemo and radiation. We got 27 eggs, 22 were mature and 14 fertilized. 6 survived to be biopsied and vitrified in addition to a thaw and rebiopsy of the indeterminate one from last time. The embryologist called today and 3 were genetically normal! Getting scheduled for a transfer later this year.
Describe the costs associated with your care under Lee Caperton.
$14000ish global fee as needed patients , no insurance coverage, then $10,000 for existing patients
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Doctor
Lee Caperton
Communication
Trustworthiness
Compassion
Explained risks
Adaptability
Frequency seen during appointments
10
Clinic
Center for Reproductive Medicine of New Mexico
Albuquerque
Nursing
Operations
Scheduling
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3
Age
31
Treated
2016
Success with this Doc
No
Treatment
1 IVF
Diagnosis
Endometriosis, Male Factor
3
[At The Fertility Center of New Mexico] IVF with ICSI and monitoring/blood tests included was U$ 17,000.00 Medications were not included. PGS was separate as well. The baseline cost for PGS was U$ 2,500. There was a fee if you had more than 8 embryos to be tested. The first appointments were submitted through insurance. These were appointments before we confirmed we were doing IVF with them. Average, I think it was U$ 300 for each when not including ultrasounds before insurance covered it (they charge the first ultrasound). Semen analysis are also out of pocket as well. We payed U$ 100.00 for one analysis. They were nice to make us a deal for sperm freezing. We paye
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Age
31
Treated
2016
Success with this Doc
No
Race
Latino
Income
$0 - $49K
Occupation
Order & Number of Docs Seen
1 Doc Seen
Treatment
1 IVF
Diagnosis
Endometriosis, Male Factor
3
Describe your experience with Center for Reproductive Medicine of New Mexico.
Strengths: it's very convenient the clinic is inside a hospital. That makes me feel safe somehow even though they have their separate clinic. The blood tests can be done in the hospital, so it's very convenient as well. Dr. Reed, the head embryologist, is very knowledgeable and he is very caring and explains all details if you ask. If it wasn't for him we wouldn't have given a chance to try IVF in this clinic. He said to Dr. Thompson he would take our case given our severity. Weaknesses: They don't provide a detailed written fertilization report because they simply don't take notes of each day when the embryo/cells are developing. The only thing they have it's a computer sheet they fill out for each day stating if the cells cleaved or not, with some acronyms about the embryo stage and quality. I was very disappointed with the other embryologist. We wanted to talk with him after our complete failed IVF and I never saw a person shake like him (nervous I guess) when he was trying to explain the fertilization "report". He basically didn't remember how our fertilization developed (later in the conversation we found out it was because they don't take notes) and he was giving us a lecture on embryology instead and not giving specific answers for our case. He blamed my eggs and my husband sperm. Little he knows the protocol plays a big role. From all this experience, I feel Dr. Thompson and the embryology lab live in different worlds in this clinic. Dr. Thompson says in the follow up he would do the same protocol on me because I responded well and my eggs were great. In the same follow up, the embryologist without the presence of Dr. Thompson says my eggs were crappy and Dr. Thompson would change my protocol to improve things. They don't communicate or have a strategy that they are on the same page and the same happened with other things throughout the process.
During treatment, did you feel like you were treated like a number or a human?
I felt that all the times we had appointments with the Dr. he was very eager to see the next patient while still answering our questions. That made us feel like a number. I felt he was bothered with us when we asked important details about the treatment.
Describe your experience with your nurse.
The nurse coordinator there gets a little irritated if you call her back again with the same questions. It's a difficult time and it's ok to ask same questions again even when you have forgotten you already asked them. Overall the nurse coordinator is organized and polite. She answered all our questions when possible in the first appointment. After that, I saw my nurse for the monitoring. Trish was lovely, compassionate. She would answer all my questions making sure I understood the answers and she would return my calls the same day. Very patient in explaining the injections. She is adorable. I am not sure about the other nurses though. She was the one throughout my monitoring during the week. On weekends, the nurse coordinator does the monitoring.
What specific things went wrong at this clinic?
  • Lost appointments
  • Failed to call with results
  • Provided conflicting information
  • Failed to convey critical information
How was your experience with Jim Thompson?
Dr. Thompson is a traditional doctor; he follows the book. Meaning that he won't take into account patient recommendations and concerns. For example, we found out a couple of days prior to starting stims with him that the IVF protocol used can play a big role on the quality of the eggs. We scheduled an appointment just to share our concern with that since the protocol he recommended was very high dose for me. He basically said it has been 20 years he has done this practice and he didn't believe the facts we were sharing with him were true and relevant. He was staring at us like we were crazy people. Therefore, he is a very traditional doctor, he won't take current research or patient research into account. Another example of that is when after our complete IVF failure he said he would do the same thing all over again. I always felt rushed in appointments with him. Off course he was listening to us but was all the time mentioning he had to see the next patient instead. He seemed a calm person though, he never raised his voice. He wasn't optimistic about our case. He was ALWAYS bringing donor sperm into the table even after we said we would not like to proceed with that route. I liked he was around in the clinic most of the times. Like for example, during the monitoring, he was there one day to take notes when the nurse coordinator was measuring the follicules. But I think that's an exception since the nurse staff are not there during weekends.
What one piece of advice would you give a prospective patient of Jim Thompson?
Since I didn't have a good experience regarding the IVF protocol used for me, I'd recommend a prospective patient to ask ahead of time (the first appointment with him) which protocol is going to be used and why. They don't give details like that unless you ask. I would also not decide to go ahead with an IVF here just for convenience of avoiding to travel outside of state. Look for the best options for you and your case. Don't feel like your doctor is the boss because that's exactly the feeling I got from Dr. Thompson.
Describe the protocols Jim Thompson used in your cycles and their degree of success.
Because I have one ovary, Dr. Thompson's strategy was to overstimulate me which doesn't necessarily mean is a good and reasonable strategy. There are papers out there that prove the opposite. Since he is a very traditional doctor, in his words, he put me on a protocol he puts everyone else on. He doesn't tailor protocols according to the patient history. Before stimming, I was put on birth control for 40 days (another problem). Once I stopped birth control and my baseline ultrasound was clear (no cysts) I started stims the next day. I was on 225 IU follistim and 150 IU menopur from day 1 for 9 days without adjusting my dosage (not lower not higher). On day 6 of stims he added ganirelix (250 mcg) and I took it for 3 days. I administered follistim in the mornings and menopur in the nights according to their instructions. Then, I triggered on the 9th day of stimming with HCG 10k units. They retrieved 10 eggs, 8 were mature, 4 fertilized, and one made it to blastocyst (day 6). Did PGS testing and a week later found out the embryo was aneuploid (extra chromosome). We decided not to transfer it. The protocol damaged my eggs since I am young (31 yo) and I was in a pretty healthy diet and supplements for 1 year before IVF.
Describe your experience with your monitoring appointments.
They scheduled us for a specific time but since they were always running late we would be assisted around 1-2 hours window from our scheduled time. This was very inconvenient since we needed to go back to work but we didn't know the exact time we would be done. In the late stages though it was faster because not everyone was responding the same so there were few people.
Describe the costs associated with your care under Jim Thompson.
IVF with ICSI and monitoring/blood tests included was U$ 17,000.00 Medications were not included. PGS was separate as well. The baseline cost for PGS was U$ 2,500. There was a fee if you had more than 8 embryos to be tested. The first appointments were submitted through insurance. These were appointments before we confirmed we were doing IVF with them. Average, I think it was U$ 300 for each when not including ultrasounds before insurance covered it (they charge the first ultrasound). Semen analysis are also out of pocket as well. We payed U$ 100.00 for one analysis. They were nice to make us a deal for sperm freezing. We payed U$ 1,000.00 for many vials of frozen sperm. I believe for one vial it's around U$ 300.00.
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Doctor
Jim Thompson
Communication
Trustworthiness
Compassion
Explained risks
Adaptability
Frequency seen during appointments
3
Clinic
Center for Reproductive Medicine of New Mexico
Albuquerque
Nursing
Operations
Scheduling
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10
Age
41
Treated
2016
Success with this Doc
Yes
Treatment
5 IUI
Diagnosis
Recurrent Pregnancy Loss, Diminished Ovarian Reserve, Endometriosis, Poor Egg Quality, Uterine Fibroids
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I loved the staff [at Center for Reproductive Medicine of New Mexico]. I spent a lot of time there to say the least and they were always very welcoming. The office was beautiful and clean and I never had to wait long. They also provided early morning appointments which really helped our own hectic schedule...Rachel, Chrissy and Ashley [nurses] were wonderful and I was sad to say goodbye to them. They were simply incredible and I cherish each of them.
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Age
41
Treated
2016
Success with this Doc
Yes
Race
European, Latino
Income
$500K
Occupation
Order & Number of Docs Seen
1 Doc Seen
Treatment
5 IUI
Diagnosis
Recurrent Pregnancy Loss, Diminished Ovarian Reserve, Endometriosis, Poor Egg Quality, Uterine Fibroids
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Describe your experience with Center for Reproductive Medicine of New Mexico.
I loved the staff. I spent a lot of time there to say the least and they were always very welcoming. The office was beautiful and clean and I never had to wait long. They also provided early morning appointments which really helped our own hectic schedule.
During treatment, did you feel like you were treated like a number or a human?
The staff at Caperton Fertility were wonderful and very supportive of our journey to conceive.
Describe your experience with your nurse.
Rachel, Chrissy and Ashley were wonderful and I was sad to say goodbye to them. They were simply incredible and I cherish each of them.
How was your experience with Lee Caperton?
Dr. Caperton was honest with my partner and I from the start about the challenges we faced because of my age. I was just about to turn 41 years old when I started treatment after having two back to back miscarriages. We started slowly with minimal treatment because that was my preference and then moved to IUI and finally IVF. After 3 failed IVF's that never made it to retrieval because of my poor ovarian reserve I somehow became pregnant at the age of 42. I am now in my second trimester with a healthy baby girl. My partner and I were grateful that when things did not work out in one cycle he always had a plan for the next. He was very honest with me about my situation, and at times I wish he was a little more optimistic and that I could actually get through without a donor. The very day we contacted a donor I was interested in was also the day I found out I was pregnant. By that time I had very little hope that I could ever conceive with my own eggs, but I did! I know I am an exception and a lot of women are not as lucky as we are. I appreciate all of the care I received from him and I am also an aunt to twin nieces that are from the help of Dr. Caperton. He is a great doctor and I knew I was always in the very best hands.
What one piece of advice would you give a prospective patient of Lee Caperton?
Never give up! He has the same mission the patients do and will always be up front and honest with you.
Describe the protocols Lee Caperton used in your cycles and their degree of success.
I started with Femara and moved on to injectibles with IUI. We had the donor discussion from the start due to my age, but we were not ready to go there. We moved on to IVF but never made it to retrieval due to poor response. I tried IVF with lupron, lupron flare and Estrogen priming. All resulted in one or two eggs. We did not proceed with retrieval due to the concerns of chromosomal abnormalities. After the third try that had same results we decided to really look into a donor and I was tired and just ready to give up. We conceived naturally and I am now in my second trimester at 42 years old with a healthy baby girl.
Describe the costs associated with your care under Lee Caperton.
Over $20,000
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Doctor
Lee Caperton
Communication
Trustworthiness
Explained risks
Adaptability
Frequency seen during appointments
10
Clinic
Center for Reproductive Medicine of New Mexico
Albuquerque
Nursing
Operations
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10
Age
24
Treated
2012
Success with this Doc
No
Treatment
2 IUI, Donor Sperm
Diagnosis
Other
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The nursing staff [at Center for Reproductive Medicine of New Mexico] was wonderful...The clinic is great...He [Dr. Caperton] needs serious education about the LGBT community and respect. I would not recommend him to my worst enemy. We ended up going to the clinic manager to request a transfer to the other Dr. After the first visit.
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Age
24
Treated
2012
Success with this Doc
No
Race
European
Income
$50K - $99K
Occupation
Order & Number of Docs Seen
1st of 2 Docs
Treatment
2 IUI, Donor Sperm
Diagnosis
Other
10
Describe your experience with Center for Reproductive Medicine of New Mexico.
The clinic is great, besides Dr. Caperton.
During treatment, did you feel like you were treated like a number or a human?
Dr. Caperton was completely unprofessional. He asked questions that were wildly inappropriate that had nothing to do with our procedures or situation. His inappropriate questions were due to his own curiosity and when we appeared uncomfortable or avoided these questions he would keep pressing for answers. We are a family where one partner is transgender. Dr. Caperton asked questions about genitals, surgery, and our sex life that had nothing to do with the procedure or care we were seeking. He could tell we were uncomfortable and we even told him it was none of his business, but he still continued to pry. He needs serious education about the LGBT community and respect. I would not recommend him to my worst enemy. We ended up going to the clinic manager to request a transfer to the other Dr. After the first visit.
Describe your experience with your nurse.
The nursing staff was wonderful.
How was your experience with Lee Caperton?
He asks completely inappropriate questions out of curiosity and is arrogant. He seems to think he is doing people a favor with his "gifts" rather than helping families bring children in to the world. He disgusts me.
What one piece of advice would you give a prospective patient of Lee Caperton?
Don't go to him, there are other choices for care in Albuquerque.
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Doctor
Lee Caperton
Communication
Trustworthiness
Compassion
Explained risks
Adaptability
Frequency seen during appointments
10
Clinic
Center for Reproductive Medicine of New Mexico
Albuquerque
Nursing
Operations
Scheduling
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3
Age
32 - 34
Treated
2012 - 2014
Success with this Doc
No
Treatment
2 IVF
Diagnosis
Other
3
The clinic [Center for Reproductive Medicine of New Mexico] is small, is on the S 1 level of Presbyterian Hospital, they use the hospital operating room, radiology, etc...All the staff there is really good, everyone knows what are they doing....I think they need to update their system. All the charts are in paper, nothing digital. They send you staff by regular mail and fax but not email or any digital system.
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Age
32 - 34
Treated
2012 - 2014
Success with this Doc
No
Race
Latino
Income
$50K - $99K
Occupation
Business Executive
Order & Number of Docs Seen
1 Doc Seen
Treatment
2 IVF
Diagnosis
Other
3
Describe your experience with Center for Reproductive Medicine of New Mexico.
I'm not sure what to say, the clinic is small, is on the S 1 level of Presbyterian Hospital, they use the hospital operating room, radiology, etc.
During treatment, did you feel like you were treated like a number or a human?
Dr. Caperton and the nurses were always nice and compassionate while we were their patients, some appointments (mostly follow ups) it seems that he was rushing to get us out of his office.
Describe your experience with your nurse.
All the staff there is really good, everyone knows what are they doing.
What specific things went wrong at this clinic?
  • Lost paperwork
How was your experience with Lee Caperton?
Dr. Caperton was always nice but after our 3 years under his care we don't think he did the best for us. I did 2 full IVF cycles, 3 transfers with negative results. I wish I had more information from the very beginning.
What one piece of advice would you give a prospective patient of Lee Caperton?
Look for another clinic out of state.
Describe the protocols Lee Caperton used in your cycles and their degree of success.
He used antagonist and agonists protocols, I don't remember the espeficifcs but I remember being on a high dose of Follistim and Menopour with a dosage of Lupron before I started the cycle.
Describe the costs associated with your care under Lee Caperton.
I don't remember the exact amount but it was around $20,000 per cycle plus medicine and PGS testing.
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Doctor
Lee Caperton
Communication
Trustworthiness
Compassion
Explained risks
Adaptability
Frequency seen during appointments
3
Clinic
Center for Reproductive Medicine of New Mexico
Albuquerque
Nursing
Operations
Scheduling
Billing
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10
Age
24 - 26
Treated
2012 - 2014
Success with this Doc
Yes
Treatment
4 IUI, Donor Sperm
Diagnosis
Other
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The nursing staff [at Center for Reproductive Medicine of New Mexico] was always kind and wanted to get to know us; they treated us more as friends than just a number...The clinic is attached to a major hospital which put us at ease. The only weakness is the parking situation is a pain...My insurance covered the everything except copays
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Age
24 - 26
Treated
2012 - 2014
Success with this Doc
Yes
Race
European
Income
$50K - $99K
Occupation
Order & Number of Docs Seen
2nd of 2 Docs
Treatment
4 IUI, Donor Sperm
Diagnosis
Other
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Describe your experience with Center for Reproductive Medicine of New Mexico.
The clinic is attached to a major hospital which put us at ease. The only weakness is the parking situation is a pain.
During treatment, did you feel like you were treated like a number or a human?
Dr. Thompson was always kind to us and explained procedures and processes when we had questions.
Describe your experience with your nurse.
The nursing staff was always kind and wanted to get to know us; they treated us more as friends than just a number.
How was your experience with Jim Thompson?
We saw another Dr before Dr. Thompson and had a poor experience. Dr. Thompson knew what he was doing and was compassionate. He consistently answered our questions and treated us with kindness. Not once did we feel mistreated by him. He has great bedside manner and adjusted our treatment as needed.
What one piece of advice would you give a prospective patient of Jim Thompson?
As with any Dr., ask questions. Dr. Thompson proved to be educated and trustworthy!
Describe the costs associated with your care under Jim Thompson.
My insurance covered the everything except copays
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Doctor
Jim Thompson
Communication
Trustworthiness
Compassion
Explained risks
Adaptability
Frequency seen during appointments
10
Clinic
Center for Reproductive Medicine of New Mexico
Albuquerque
Nursing
Operations
Scheduling
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Age
33
Treated
2016
Success with this Doc
Yes
Treatment
2 IUI, Donor Sperm
Diagnosis
Endometriosis, PCOS
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Everyone at the clinic [Center for Reproductive Medicine of New Mexico-Albuquerque] was warm and remembered me. I had one nurse the was my primary contact and was present for most of my appointments...They were on time, courteous, and excellent about getting my phone calls addressed efficiently...I had insurance that covered some of the cost so I believe the cost for me per cycle was about $250 for IUI with trigger shot
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Age
33
Treated
2016
Success with this Doc
Yes
Race
European, Native American
Income
$50K - $99K
Occupation
Nurse or HC Services
Order & Number of Docs Seen
1 Doc Seen
Treatment
2 IUI, Donor Sperm
Diagnosis
Endometriosis, PCOS
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Describe your experience with Center for Reproductive Medicine of New Mexico.
They were on time, courteous, and excellent about getting my phone calls addressed efficiently.
During treatment, did you feel like you were treated like a number or a human?
Everyone at the clinic was warm and remembered me. I had one nurse the was my primary contact and was present for most of my appointments.
How was your experience with Lee Caperton?
Dr. Caperton was articulate and forthright about the plan and likelihood of success and was very willing to address all of my concerns. He was warm and knowledgable in his specialty and he was able to quick diagnose my PCOS when I had 12 years of OB/GYNs who didn't diagnose me.
Describe the costs associated with your care under Lee Caperton.
I had insurance that covered some of the cost so I believe the cost for me per cycle was about $250 for IUI with trigger shot.
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Doctor
Lee Caperton
Communication
Trustworthiness
Compassion
Explained risks
Adaptability
Frequency seen during appointments
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Clinic
Center for Reproductive Medicine of New Mexico
Albuquerque
Nursing
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Scheduling
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