Fertility clinics ratings and reviews

Here is a list of the Fertility Clinics that received the top number of reviews in our surveys. The table is updated periodically, but the links to the full reports are updated in real time (so the ratings there are more up to date). The table only shows overall score and highlights of reported clinic results, but the full reports have much more, including comments and personal reviews. NOTE that we in no way responsible to these opinions and they are the sole responsibility of the members who filled our surveys. We do our best to insure the validity of these surveys, but we make no claims to statistical or scientific validity of the results. We hope more parents will join in to provide feedback and improve the ratings by filling in the parent survey on our site.

Here are some tips on how to read the summary table and reports:
  • The top group includes providers with at least 20 reviews, given that a lower number is less statistically significant (and therefore we also do not display the averages for fist time success).
  • Also note that reports span a period of more than 10 years (especially for the veteran clinics), therefore may include outdated statistics and remarks.

To find more about
success rates of each clinic we suggest you go to the website of the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology (SART) and look for the clinic you are interested in (USA clinics only). However theses numbers, while more statistically significant than the “first cycle success rates” we provide inside our report, are made of a large range of cases, and not just surrogacy and egg donation cycles. Please follow these steps to get the closest possible numbers to surrogacy cases:
  1. Choose “Success Rates and Clinic Details”
  2. Select most recent year, even if “preliminary”
  3. Click the “Filter” button on the very top right corner
  4. Choose the check boxes that are relevant - at least “Gestational carrier” and “Frozen embryo.” You may also want to check the “eSET” if you want the results for single embryo transfers, “Day 5/6 transfer,” and, if you are curious about PGS, you may check that as well.
  5. Scroll down to DONOR EGGS / THAWED EMBRYOS
  6. Find out what the “Clinic Live Births” rate is.
  7. You may choose the “Show Cycle Characteristics” on the lower left side of the chart to see the number of embryos transferred.