In Her Words: Savannah, GA Patient on Why She Chose TFCoC-Savannah

When Brooke Brennan and her partner decided it was time to start a family, the first step was finding the right reproductive endocrinologist. Says Brooke, “We had two good friends who had met with Dr. Stephanie Singleton of The Fertility Center of Charleston in Savannah and spoke so highly of her and the staff. We met with another physician in Savannah, but felt more at home with Dr. Singleton.”

The Fertility Center of Charleston (TFCoC) in Savannah is quickly becoming the top choice for patients who are struggling with infertility in the coastal Georgia and surrounding areas. Patients are often choosing The Fertility Center of Charleston in Savannah to help them realize their dreams of starting a family. Brooke agrees, “I loved how thorough Dr. Singleton was from the very first meeting. I had a great feeling we were going to be successful. You feel like everyone is on the journey with you and everyone is equally excited that you are successful.”

One aspect that differentiates Dr. Stephanie Singleton, according to numerous graduated patients, is compassionate care. A Georgia native, Dr. Stephanie Singleton of TFCoC provides individualized care through personalized treatment plans. Brooke Brennan says this care combined with bedside manner is why she and her partner chose The Fertility Center of Charleston- Savannah. Brooke explains, “I loved when she called when we were pregnant, it was a conference call with the staff cheering in the background.”

With a a baby boy due April 1st, Brooke has advice for other couples hoping to start a family in the Savannah area, “My advice to a Savannah family would be to meet Dr. Singleton first. Dr. Singleton is down to earth and incredibly intelligent. It is nice to have this option in Savannah. It is a tough journey and an emotional roller coaster and sometimes you need to hear that everything is going to be okay. Bedside manners matter.”

Dr. Stephanie Singleton, FACOG is board certified in both reproductive endocrinology and infertility and in obstetrics and gynecology. She specializes in invitro fertilization therapy, polycystic ovarian syndrome, amenorrhea, and male factor infertility. TFCoC Savannah is conveniently located in the Candler Medical Professional Building on the 4th floor. The address is 5354 Reynolds St., #416.