We are happy to help you on your fertility journey and sometimes just getting started is the most difficult part of any journey. We are here to help! In addition to FAQs and our E-Book download, here you can find all of the forms and handouts that you may need. These are grouped together by topic and description.
Please print out the new patient forms prior to your initial visit and fill them out so that we can best help you at that time.
About Southeastern Fertility
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Where is Southeastern Fertility located?
We are conveniently located in the West Knoxville area, just minutes from Interstate 40 and only a 15 minute drive from Knoxville's McGhee Tyson Airport.
Who works at Southeastern Fertility?
Dr. Jeffrey Keenan and Dr. John Gordon are our two Board Certified Reproductive Endocrinologists. Ciera Roberts is our Board Certified Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner and sees her own patients within the practice. We have an outstanding Embryo Lab Director (ELD) named Carol Sommerfelt who has extensive experience in all aspects of IVF.
Does Southeastern Fertility offer diagnostic testing and treatment for infertility?
We offer complete diagnostic testing for infertility and a range of fertility treatments from ovulation induction to intrauterine insemination to IVF and Embryo adoption. Dr. Keenan maintains a very busy surgical practice and performs most of his surgery at UTMCK.
How much experience do the doctors at Southeastern
Fertility have in treating infertility?
Together Dr. Keenan and Dr. Gordon have over 50 years of combined experience in treating disorders of reproduction.
Where do the patients seen at Southeastern Fertility
We see patients from the local Knoxville area as well as many patients who travel to Knoxville from all over the United States. In any given week we may have patients from Michigan, Virginia, Arkansas, Colorado and many other states!
How can I determine if I have insurance coverage for infertility?
Once you make a new patient appointment, our benefits coordinator will contact your insurance company and attempt to verify your benefits in advance of your new patient appointment.