National Nurses Week

With courage, compassion, and resilience the 4 million+ nurses and LPNs in the U.S. and the nurses across the globe persevered during the COVID-19 pandemic to care for the rest of us. National Nurses week is celebrated May 6-12, but we will honor nurses all month long and beyond.
National Nurses Week is celebrated annually from May 6 (also known as National Nurses Day) through May 12, the birthday of Florence Nightingale, the founder of modern nursing.
Here at #FINA, we are so very thankful for our incredible nurse, Kendra!❤️ Let’s spread the love! Tag your favorite nurse and let them know why you appreciate them!
#NationalNursesDay #NationalNursesWeek

Medical Lab Professionals Week

Not only is it National Infertility Awareness Week, but it’s also Medical Lab Professionals Week!⭐️ Medical Laboratory Professionals Week, April 24-30, 2022 is an annual celebration of medical laboratory professionals and pathologists who play a vital role in health care and patient advocacy!
This week, make sure to thank all of your Lab Pros for their hard work and dedication to achieving timely and precise results! They do such an important work that so many of us depend on.
And to all of our Lab Pros at #FINA, we appreciate you!❤️ #LabProsWeek

National Infertility Awareness Week

It comes natural for most to dream of a future with children. Because conception is a natural expectation, it becomes quite frustrating and disappointing when plans do not become reality on demand. Many couples will uniquely relay the heartaches of a lonely struggle. For most couples, attempting to conceive a child is a very intimate process that is clothed in privacy. But because of the quiet nature of this process, those who are unable to voluntarily conceive often suffer in private as well. Infertility is spoken of far too seldom in our society.
And infertility doesn’t discriminate. While it impacts people across gender, race and socio-economic class, access to treatment is even more difficult for those who lack insurance coverage or the economic means to pay for care out-of-pocket.
+ Share your story. Not only can this help you cope with your feelings, but this may also help others who are experiencing the same struggles.
+ Find a support group. Whether online or locally, this will allow you to hear of what other couples are going through or went through and will validate your emotions. It can help you feel less isolated and will empower you with knowledge.
+ Offer your ear (and a hug) to a friend in need. Even if you aren’t on an infertility journey of your own, chances are someone close to you is.
+ Advocate with your employer. While more and more employers are discovering the value of adding infertility benefits to their offerings, many don’t. Plan a time to talk with leaders within your organization about the importance and value of adding these types of benefits.
+ Support the work of an infertility advocacy group you trust. Advocacy groups help raise awareness, organize and advocate all year long. If you find that work valuable, lend your support by donating yourself or hosting a fundraiser.
For more information about scheduling an appointment with Dr. Davenport, please visit or call us at 256-217-9613. We are here for you!
#FINA #HelpingFamiliesBuildFamilies #InfertilityAwareness

National Donate Life Month

National Donate Life Month (NDLM) was established by Donate Life America and its partnering organizations in 2003. Donate Life Month features an entire month of local, regional and national activities to help encourage Americans to register as organ, eye and tissue donors and to celebrate those that have saved lives through the gift of donation.

Donate Life America was inspired by bicycles🚲 and the phrase “Life is a beautiful ride.” Like the donation and transplantation journey, a bicycle serves as a symbol of progress and renewal.

To show your support, you can wear blue and green on Friday, April 22, for National Donate Life Month Blue and Green Day.💙💚 To learn more, visit

#NationalDonateLifeMonth #LifeisaBeautifulRide

A recent Google review…💕

We appreciate this recent Google review so much. Thank you for sharing your #FINA story!
“Dr. Davenport and his staff are nothing short of amazing!! They are so understanding and caring! We are so thankful for them and all that they have done for us!”
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Endometriosis Awareness Month

Did you know that endometriosis affects about 176 million women (or 10%) worldwide? 24 to 50% of women who experience infertility have endometriosis.
This fertility health issue happens when cells or tissues similar to the tissues that form the uterine lining relocate and begin to grow outside the uterus. Endometriosis can grow in and on the ovaries, fallopian tubes, bowel, and other organs of the pelvic cavity.
It takes on average 7.5 years from when #endometriosis symptoms start to get a proper diagnosis. This is why awareness is so important.💕

Another patient’s FINA story…

We are so thankful to this thoughtful patient for sharing her story, even 2 years later! Experiences like this make us so happy!
“It’s been almost 2 years since seeing Dr. Davenport but never too late to give a review. Dr. Davenport is heaven sent and so is the staff. Coming from trying numerous years to get pregnant, I am thankful for this office. We looked everywhere for answers as to why we could not get pregnant.
After seeing Dr. Davenport, he informed us there was no issue and with a little bit of assistance, we got our miracle baby. I found out I was pregnant August 2019 with our beautiful daughter.
After finding out, I hugged Dr. Davenport and replied, “you did it”. He instantly replied back, “no, God did it”.
This is how you know you are in great hands! I speak highly of this clinic and refer everyone who ever felt like they had any issues. If I could give 10 stars, I wouldn’t hesitate.” ❤