As one of the nation's leaders in infertility care, The Midwest Center for Reproductive Health (MCRH) provides a full scope of treatment options, ranging from relatively simple medical treatment to the most advanced reproductive technologies, including In Vitro Fertilization.
Dr. Randle Corfman founded MCRH in 1992. He is nationally recognized as an educator and for his successful and innovative techniques to help his patients achieve pregnancy. A pioneer in all aspects of Reproductive Endocrinology, Infertility and Assisted Reproductive Technologies, Dr. Corfman completed fellowship in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility at Yale University. He then established the IVF and endoscopic gynecologic surgery programs at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. Today, he leads a team of seasoned professionals in laboratory, nursing, and administration at MCRH.
MCRH is located just outside the Twin Cities in Maple Grove, Minnesota, and operates an extensive satellite network of healthcare facilities across the Upper Midwest covering Minnesota, Wisconsin, North Dakota, Montana and Alaska.