Infertility Clinic IVF Success Rates
The Fertility Clinic Success Rate and Certification Act, endorsed by ASRM and SART, require all clinics performing assisted reproductive technology (ART) to report data annually to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The CDC will publish infertility clinic success rates in order to help infertility patients make informed decisions about ART.
The CDC defines ART as all fertility treatments in which both eggs and sperm are handled. These include:
- In vitro fertilization (IVF) with fresh embryos from non-donor eggs
- IVF with frozen embryos from non-donor eggs
- IVF with embryos from donor eggs
The statistics reported includes our three IVF Centers in Encino, Orange County, and Pasadena. To view the SART website, please click here.
HRC Fertility strives to maintain the highest standard of care in reproductive medicine. While upholding the highest standards of moral and ethical practices, we offer cutting edge and state-of-the-art technologies to achieve superior pregnancy rates.
Our pregnancy rates reflect a wide spectrum of patients, many of whom have an elevated FSH, poor ovarian reserve, or compromised sperm or egg quality. As demonstrated by our low cancellation rates, the doctors at HRC believe that our patients come first. Time and again, with the patient's informed input, we have seen pregnancies and babies born from a single egg or embryo that might have been a cancelled cycle in another center, where emphasis is placed on patient screening or "statistics." For decades we have worked with patients from all over the country and around the world to bring hope and success, when other clinics have refused to give them a chance, regardless of the impact on success rates.
We are committed to providing this high quality of care at the lowest prices possible. Most importantly, HRC strives to work in partnership with our patients to help them make choices that are medically, ethically, and financially appropriate for them.
Note: A comparison of clinical success rates may not be meaningful because patient medical characteristics and treatment approaches vary from clinic to clinic.