What's New

Miracles Do Happen


Twins:
Born in May 25, 2011
Kaleb 7 lbs 1 oz
Haylie 5 lbs 7 oz

Singleton:
Born in March 31, 2004
Savannah 7 lbs 12 oz

Triplex:
Born in April 25, 2004
Rachel 5 lbs 7 oz
Noah 6 lbs 6 oz
Emma 5 lbs 3 oz
  • New faculty member joins University ObGyn and IVF Services
    We are pleased to announce that Frederick D. Sengstacke, II, MD, is now welcoming patients for evaluation of infertility. Dr. Sengstacke has an extensive background in general and specialty obstetrics and gynecology. He provides all aspects of care relating to the diagnosis and treatment of infertility and reproductive endocrinology, including Assisted Reproductive Technologies (ART and IVF). Please call our office at 315 464-7249 to schedule an evaluation. Most insurances accepted.
    July 6, 2010
  • We are accredited
    We are proud to announce that our IVF Services program has achieved accreditation as an office based surgery site by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care, Inc.
    June 8, 2010
  • Opening of IVF Program
    The University IVF program opened in it's current location in 2001. The first three babies conceived through our program were born at term, and are doing well. Pregnancy rates continue to be excellent, with approximately 50% of women conceiving per treatment cycle.
    September 2001
  • The program is continuously evaluating its treatment protocols, in order to ensure and improve these successful pregnancy rates.
  • The program is also evaluating the use of pre-implantation genetic diagnostic techniques, and hopes to incorporate this into the program in the near future.
  • Our nursing staff recently completed an IVF Continuing Medical Education Course, in order to continue and improve the high quality of individualized nursing care that patients expect from University IVF. The University IVF program will conduct an open house in October 2003, to introduce the community to this successful program.