About FertilityAnswers

Founded in 2002, our Louisiana fertility center has grown to provide infertility services to couples across the Gulf Coast and southern United States

In August of 2002, Drs. John M. Storment, William D. Pelletier, and James L. Zehnder founded Fertility & Women’s Health Center in Lafayette, LA, as a comprehensive center for women’s infertility and gynecologic care.  Over the years, our center has grown to include satellite offices in Alexandria and Lake Charles, LA, and, most recently, a full service clinic and lab in Baton Rouge, to create the FertilityAnswers System, a powerful network of fertility clinics that serves over two-thirds of Louisiana in 40+ parishes.

Our fertility center in Southern Louisiana also includes two full-time clinical offices and two state-of-the-art IVF laboratories

We also have two satellite offices serving a geographic area of more than 35,000 square miles, larger than the state of Maine. Now from the bayous of Acadiana to the metroplex of Baton Rouge to the banks of the Red River in Central Louisiana, advanced fertility care is well within reach for everyone.

FertilityAnswers is known throughout the Gulf region for its excellence in women’s infertility health care. We have achieved unprecedented success rates for assisted reproduction and our facilities include two state-of-the-art assisted reproductive technologies center, one in Baton Rouge and one in Lafayette, which offer advanced infertility treatments such as in vitro fertilization, ICSI and pre-implantation genetic diagnosis. Since opening their practice, the doctors at FertilityAnswers have helped thousands of couples realize their dreams of becoming parents, with over 4,000 babies born.

Our Gift of Hope program provides help affording fertility treatment

Additionally, FertilityAnswers is recognized as a leader in philanthropic healthcare in the state of Louisiana through its annual Gift of Hope program. Through its collaboration with Women’s & Children’s Hospital, and Sheridan Healthcare, the center offers one infertile couple each year the opportunity to overcome the financial barriers to building their family through the gift of one in vitro fertilization (IVF) cycle through the Gift of Hope program.