Meet Our Team
Mississippi Reproductive Medicine (MRM) is dedicated to treating couples with compassion and advanced clinical care. Our IVF laboratory allows us to offer the highest quality medical treatment for infertility in a state-of-the-art environment. We are committed to evidence-based care with consideration for cost-effective solutions.
Randall Hines, MD
Dr. Hines has been practicing reproductive medicine for over 20 years. He is Board Certified in Obstetrics & Gynecology and Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility, and his research has been published in multiple peer-reviewed scientific journals.
In 1996, Dr. Hines joined the faculty of the University of Mississippi Medical Center, where he held the positions of Professor, Division Director, and IVF Program Director. In August 2010, he established Mississippi Reproductive Medicine to continue practicing the science-based approach that has been effective throughout his career and to offer a welcoming environment for his patients.
BA, Reed College, 1982
MD, University of Mississippi School of Medicine, 1988
Residency, University of Kentucky Medical Center, 1988-1992
Fellowship, Medical College of Georgia, 1992-1994
Marty Gebhart, NP, DNP
Dr. Gebhart is a board-certified Family Nurse Practitioner. She partnered with Dr. Hines with the opening of Mississippi Reproductive Medicine in 2010. In addition to her board certification as a Nurse Practitioner, she is also a Registered Nurse First Assistant (RNFA) and assists Dr. Hines with all reproductive surgeries at MRM, including egg retrievals and embryo transfers, as well as in-patient and out-patient surgeries. She has completed numerous continuing education hours including the American Society of Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) certificate course in Reproductive Endocrine and Infertility, designating MRM as the state’s only Nursing Center of Excellence.
Attended, Mississippi State University
Bachelor and Mastor of Science in Nursing, University of Mississippi Medical Center
Doctorate of Nursing Practice, University of Alabama at Birmingham
Carlos Guerrero, PhD
Allison Douglas Huffman
Front Office / Surgery Coordinator
Administration and Accounts
Appointments and New Patients
In order to receive CAP accreditation, a laboratory must demonstrate that it operates with the highest standards of quality, accuracy and consistency. The CAP inspection process investigates several components of the laboratory: assay validation data, quality management program, sample tracking procedures, lab personnel qualifications, facilities, safety, and having a lab that is compliant and ready for inspection. The CAP Laboratory Accreditation Process is an internationally recognized program designed to help clinical labs achieve excellence beyond that which is required for regulatory compliance.