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Fertility clinic opens SRM Spokane, with a staff of eight, in Spokane Valley

A Seattle reproductive medicine clinic has added a Spokane Valley office with a medical staff of eight people.

SRM Spokane, which opened in October, is the fifth location statewide operated by Seattle Reproductive Medicine. The first location in Seattle opened in 2004.

The Valley clinic is at 15920 E. Indiana Ave.

The staff includes one doctor, an embryologist, a registered nurse, two medical assistants, one andrologist, a nurse practitioner and an office manager. A second physician will join the team this summer, said Brad Senstra, SRM’s executive director.

Its services cover the gamut of fertility options, including in vitro fertilization (IVF) and surgical procedures.

Senstra said the move to Eastern Washington reflects the growing number of patients from this side of the state who were traveling to Seattle. “Spokane and that region are large enough that the area was a bit underserved,” he said.

The expansion was assisted by Greater Spokane Incorporated. GSI staff worked with a site selector from Seattle to identify possible Spokane locations for SRM.



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