UNC Fertility prides itself on delivering highly individualized and compassionate patient care. Here, you’ll feel as if we only have eyes for you.Learn More
What matters most to us? Helping to make your dreams of becoming a parent a reality — through our clinical expertise, dedication and support.Learn More
Become an Egg Donor
Help others on their journey towards parenthood by donating your eggs. Check to see if you qualify.Find out more
Second to None
With our team of highly acclaimed physicians and state-of-the-art lab on-site, we don’t just follow the latest industry advancements, we lead them.Learn More
Forces of Nature
Actively embracing and supporting those who serve our country as they travel the path to parenthood is our call of duty.Learn More
Marc Fritz, MD
A leader in the reproductive endocrinology field for more than 30 years, Dr. Fritz takes great joy in helping his patients grow their families.Meet Our Team
Jennifer Mersereau, MD, MSCI
Dr. Mersereau’s warmth, honesty and commitment to her patients are key elements to her success in making them feel supported as they journey through treatment.Meet Our Team
Mary Peavey, MD, MSCI
Dr. Mary Peavey is the newest member of the UNC Fertility team.Meet Our Team
Steven Young, MD, PhD
As Director of the Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility Fellowship Training Program, Dr. Young divides his time between helping patients and training rising physicians.Meet Our Team
Linnea Goodman, MD
Dr. Linnea Goodman enjoys helping patients achieve their dreams of family using surgical interventions and traditional fertility treatments.Meet Our Team
Matt Coward, MD, Urologist
An esteemed urologic surgeon with a specialty in male fertility, Dr. Coward is passionate about helping couples become parents.Meet Our Team
I cannot think of enough good things to say about the staff — especially the physicians and nurses — at UNC Fertility. My experience there has spanned two years and in this time I have always found them to be supportive and professional, with excellent communication and accommodation.
My husband and I had been trying to conceive for nine months before receiving the devastating news of an abnormal semen analysis. We were given hope by UNC and we were given our little miracle. We would do it all over again and it was so worth everything we went through.
We would highly recommend UNC Fertility to anybody; especially any same-sex couples trying to conceive. We always felt welcomed and at home when we were there. It was a happy and sad day when we were released to see an obstetrician because that meant no more trips to UNC for a while.
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