Courtney served in the Postpartum Unit of Regions Hospital for two years after completing her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Minnesota. She has been a nurse with RMIA since 2005 and provides care to patients at both the Woodbury and Edina clinic locations. Courtney currently coordinates the nursing staff, prescreens egg donors, schedules, performs intrauterine inseminations, assists with triage and recovery and performs ultrasounds for follicular assessment and confirmation of pregnancy.
Donor Coordinator & IVF Services
A Licensed Practical Nurse since 1979, Nancy has been a dedicated nurse with RMIA since 1999. Coordinating the stimulation protocols for IVF donors and recipients, she also assists in the monitoring phase of patient cycles, performs triage calls and recovery, and oversees the management of RMIA’s surgical suite.
Bethany received her nursing degree from St. Catherine’s University and completed her clinical rotation in Maternity at Fairview-Riverside before joining RMIA in 2010. She monitors patient stimulation and patient recovery post oocyte retrieval procedures, processes results, performs patient education, and assists in the donor prescreening process.
Alyssa earned her Bachelors of Science in Nursing from St. Catherine University in 2014 after finishing her rotation on a medical/surgical unit at Woodwinds Hospital. She started her career as a nurse on a transitional care unit before joining the RMIA team in early 2015. Alyssa is also a proud member of Sigma Theta Tau International, the international honor society of nursing. Alyssa monitors patients in recovery post oocyte retrieval, performs ultrasounds to monitor follicular growth, intra-uterine inseminations, clinical triage, and delivers patient education.
Melissa has been working in women’s health for the past 17 years. She previously worked at Reproductive Medicine Center at the U of M with Dr. Leonard. She joined RMIA in 2015 and works primarily at the Edina location, monitoring patient stimulation and patient recovery post oocyte retrieval procedures, processing results, clinical triage, and delivering patient education.
Beth has a Bachelors of Science in Nursing from Jamestown College. She been working in infertility for the past 8 years. She also has experience in labor and delivery, NICU, and family medicine. Beth joined RMIA in April 2016 and is involved with monitoring patients in recovery post egg retrieval, intrauterine inseminations, clinical triage, and patient education.