University of Portland
Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences
Oregon Health & Science University, Residency
Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Fellowship
He attended college at University of Portland where he graduated with a degree in Biology. He then completed medical school at Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences before advancing to his Obstetrics & Gynecology Residency at Oregon Health & Science University. Dr. Fisher went on to complete his fellowship in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility at Albert Einstein College of Medicine.
Dr. Fisher joins Spring with a demonstrated track record of success as a compassionate and committed physician, most recently practicing with ORM Fertility in Portland. Dr. Fisher is also a former fertility patient and provides empathetic and personalized care.
I was recommended to Spring Fertility by my acupuncturist and I cannot say enough good things. My doctor was Dr. Fisher, and in a sentence, he's a gem of a physician. Unlike other reproductive endocrinologists, or doctors in general, that I have treated with, Dr. Fisher treats you like an individual, not one of many patients going through a protocol. From our first meeting, he listened to my history and tailored the care accordingly. Throughout the egg retrieval process, he held my hand and kept me super informed. Most importantly, he truly cared about how I was doing. Trying to get pregnant is a very vulnerable time and Dr. Fisher understands this. He went above and beyond in making sure all of my questions were answered and being there for me, even once calling me while he was on vacation.
As for the treatment itself, the results were amazing. I currently have several embryos frozen for the future. The team at Spring isn't afraid to try different protocols (the only suggested protocol previously for me was the antagonist protocol). I didn't even realize there were other options.
I am now seeing midwives for my pregnancy and I miss Spring so much! Which is a weird thing to say about a fertility clinic ha. I only wish Dr. Fisher was an OBGYN as well.