We are actively monitoring the requirements from the Texas Medical Board and local and state agencies regarding elective surgeries. Our top priority at SIRM-Dallas remains the health and safety of our patients and staff, as well as providing you with a positive experience. We intend to remain open and are committed to providing exceptional care with your safety in mind.
At this time, we are now accepting new patients and seeing current and established patients though telemedicine via phone and video consultations.
Schedule a telemedicine appointment to talk with our expert team about your reproductive goals and put a plan in place so you can continue with evaluation and treatment as soon as possible. If you need anything, you can always contact Dr. Saleh directly at email@example.com
Call our main line at 972-566-6686 to schedule
Actions being taken by SIRM Dallas:
We are monitoring this situation very closely, and will inform all patients with any changes. In response to Governor Gregg Abbott’s recent guidelines, we have recently changed our clinical structure. If you have a planned treatment cycle, our team will be in touch to schedule your cycle as soon as possible. At this time, we are:
- Delaying the initiation of some new treatment cycles one more month: ovulation induction (Clomid®, Femara®), intrauterine insemination (IUI), timed intercourse cycles. Please contact us in June to schedule your upcoming baseline ultrasound.
- Re-starting In vitro fertilization (IVF) cycles. We anticipate egg retrievals to resume mid-May.
- Re-starting frozen embryo transfers.
- Delaying elective surgeries one more month.
- Re-starting diagnostic procedures: Semen Analyses, hysterosalpingograms (HSGs), saline infusion sonograms (Fluid US), and lab tests.
Information for Patients Coming Into The Office:
- Patients are to come to each appointment alone. No unessential patient accompaniment will be allowed.
- Patients are no longer allowed to bring visitors and may be required to follow specific protective measures prior to entry.
- All patients must wear a mask upon entry into the center and must keep it on at all times.
- All patients, upon entry, must have their temperature taken. If the temperature is greater than or equal to 100.4 F, then they must go home and contact their primary care physician.
- All patients with symptoms suggesting COVID-19, such as fever, cough, shortness of breath, loss of sense of taste and smell must call to inform us and DO NOT COME IN until you receive a negative COVID-19 test or 2 weeks after symptoms have ended. The same is true for those patients who have had significant exposure to people with these same symptoms.
- All patients must sign a COVID-19 virus waiver of understanding and a “Consent To Treat” form if they wish to pursue treatments.
Please know that we are here for you in this time of uncertainty, and that the health and safety of our patients and our community is our top priority. We have implemented multiple preventive measures to protect our patients and staff (minimizing contact, masks, surface disinfectants, high efficiency filters, mandatory masks).
For the most current information about COVID-19 and recommendations for keeping yourself and your family healthy, we recommend these resources: