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Thread: Companies in Atlanta, Georgia that cover IVF

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    Default Companies in Atlanta, Georgia that cover IVF

    Hi,
    Does anyone have a current list of companies in Atlanta, Georgia that cover IVF? I am recently laid off, but have COBRA coverage. I'm really nervous that this limits my time (18 months) on being able to make another attempt. I've had 6 failed IVFs so far, but would like to try again.

    Thanks,
    Jenn

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    Hi Jenn,

    I live in Atlanta too and not sure of which companies provide IVF. I will research. Are you involved with any Resolve support groups here? If so, maybe some of the ladies know of companies.

    When I get home from work, I will google Atlanta companies. It might be hard to find.

    Sorry to hear that you are laid off. But I think it's a good idea to target companies that provide IVF with their insurance coverage.

    Darlene

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    Jenn,

    I found a blog on ask.com regarding your question. Here is what I found:
    http://www.ask.com/bar?q=companies+w...p%2Ff-241.html

    • fedex kinko's, Coverage begins after 90 days, but I think they are looking at changing that so team members can get coverage sooner.
    Fed Ex Kinko breakdown:
    1. Artificial Insemination (Up to six cycles) PPO Covered 100% OON 0%
    2. Advanced Reproductive Technology (Up to three cycles of either IVF, GIFT, or ZIFT) PPO Covered 100% OON 0%
    3. Drugs covered 50% (to $50 max) and $3000 lifetime limit


    • Oracle USA - United healthcare - 17K coverage
    • Chase Manhattan - United Healthcare - 25K coverage
    • Children's Healthcare of Atlanta - 10K reimbursment for IF or Adoption
    • Cingular covers $10,000 full.
    • ACE Insurance. They have a large office in Roswell, GA. They provide coverage for 3 IUIs and also 3 tries at IVF, they pay 90%.
    Good Luck. I hope this helps. Please note, the dates are from 06, so things may have changed.

    Hopefully, someone else will write in....

    Darlene


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    Jenn

    Sorry for the second post. Here is another blog I found with companies listed. However, these are nationwide companies.

    http://dailystrength.org/c/Infertility/forum/6432001-companies-may-cover-ivf
    Avon
    Bank of America
    CVS
    Dick's Sporting Goods
    Monster
    Staples
    Starbucks (they may have trimmed benefits)
    Time Warner Cable
    Verizon
    Posted on 02/24/09, 06:02 pm


    I'm actually tempted to go work for one of these companies just for the benefits. Umm...I wonder if any reproductive clinics are hiring. Probably IVF nurses, which I'm not.


    darlene

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