Assisted Fertilization

COVID-19: Contacting the Benefits Department

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Office of Human Resources has limited on-site support and is primarily working remotely. During this time, Craig Hall is not open to the public; walk-ins will not be accepted and forms cannot be dropped off in-person or faxed. During this time, we recommend submitting all requests and inquiries online in lieu of sending physical mail. For Benefits forms not completed online via Pitt Worx or DocuSign, please submit an inquiry online.

If you have a Benefits-related inquiry, including the submission of forms or documentation, the quickest way to receive assistance is to call the Benefits Department at 833-852-2210. You can also submit an inquiry at

With the UPMC Health Plans, individuals experiencing fertility complications may be able to obtain infertility treatment based upon the provisions of their employers health plan. Infertility is defined as services provided to achieve pregnancy including monitoring and evaluation of the treatment plan. Individuals must use participating physicians to obtain coverage under the "Infertility Benefit Program."

Additional details about the list of authorized medications and benefits level are below. If you have specific questions regarding the level of infertility coverage or participating physicians, please contact UPMC Health Member Services at 1-888-876-2756.

  Fertility Testing Benefits Level
Diagnosis and treatment up to diagnosis of Infertility Covered in Full
Assisted Fertilization Procedures $250 copayment (medical procedures)

$10,000 medical procedure lifetime benefit
Infertility Prescriptions (Prescriptions must be dispensed from a participating pharmacy $10,000 prescription lifetime benefit

20% coinsurance on prescriptions

Authorized Prescription Drug List
  • Gonal F
  • Follistim
  • Pergonal
  • Humegon
  • Metrodin
  • Repronex
  • Clomphene Citrate
  • Profasi