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Dr John Hesla

by Sam everingham

Posted on 2016-06-20 at 01:32:13

Dr Hesla co-leads Oregon Reproductive Medicine’s global practice and with his partners has helped patients from over 40 countries build their families. He joined ORM in 1999 when he co-founded its IVF program. He was instrumental in building ORM’s pioneering embryology clean-room, one of the first in the world. He continues to push that high level of innovation and excellence in every aspect of patient care. Prior to joining ORM, Dr. Hesla was the Director of IVF and Head of the Reproductive Surgery Program at Johns Hopkins Hospital, which during his tenure there was ranked #1 in the USA for reproductive medicine in the USA. He founded the IVF program at Emory University and was co-director of the IVF program at the Colorado Center for Reproductive Medicine. He holds a bachelors degree from Harvard University and completed his medical training at OHSU, in Portland, Oregon, UCLA and Johns Hopkins University. He is the Medical Director of Parents via Egg Donation (PVED).

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