Fertility SOURCE Companies (The Donor SOURCE and The Surrogacy SOURCE) is proud to announce the addition of two financing options in less than a year through its partnership with CAPEXMD and American Healthcare Lending. The new partnerships will help further the Fertility SOURCE Companies' mission of providing the best and most affordable third party reproductive care, allowing parents to create their own pathway to parenthood.
CAPEXMD is a leading fertility financing company that funds over
American Healthcare Lending works exclusively with Third Party Reproduction Agencies such as Fertility SOURCE Companies to provide custom tailored loans that fit the unique needs or fertility patients and intended parents. American Healthcare Lending offers immediate decisions for loans under
Fertility SOURCE Companies has a reputation for making egg donation and surrogacy cycles as stress-free as possible. In this spirit, we will work directly with CAPEXMD and American Healthcare Lending for competitive, confidential and straightforward loan services.No patient involvement is required and treatment can begin immediately – allowing families to pursue their dreams without delay.
For more information about obtaining financing for fertility treatment, surrogacy fees, or egg donor costs, visit http://www.thedonorsouce.com, the http://www.surrogacysource.com, or call (877) 375-8888.
About Fertility SOURCE Companies
Fertility SOURCE Companies (The Donor SOURCE & The Surrogacy SOURCE) is among the largest international egg donor and surrogacy agencies. Together, the companies offer one of the most comprehensive egg donor and surrogacy databases in the world, with over 1200 available egg donors as well as over 25 gestational carriers. Fertility SOURCE Companies is licensed by the
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