Over the years, our agency has worked with many wonderful reproductive physicians throughout the country. Through our years of experience, we are able to recommend many physicians with whom we have long term working relationships.  We accept no referral fees or gifts and make our recommendations based solely on which clinic/doctor we feel is best suited for the individual patient.

The following is a partial list of clinics we recommend. Omission from the list is not an indicator of lack of confidence in the clinic or physicians:

  • Boston IVF
    Boston, Waltham, Quincy, Mt. Auburn, Wareham, Concord, Worcester, Fall River, Nantucket, Albany & Maine
    Phone: 888.300.2483 888.300.2483
    Website: www.bostonivf.com
  • California Fertility Partners (CFP)
    11818 Wilshire Blvd, Suite 300
    Los Angeles, CA 90025
    Phone: 310.828.4008 310.828.4008
    Website: www.californiafertilitypartners.com
  • Center for Reproductive Health and Gynecology (CRHG)
    99 North La Cienega Blvd. Suite 109
    Beverly Hills, California 90211
    Phone: 310.598.2870 310.598.2870
    Website: www.reproductive.org 
  • Colorado Center for Reproductive Medicine (CCRM)
    Englewood, Denver, Lone Tree & Louisville, CO
    Phone: 303.788.8300 303.788.8300
    Website: www.colocrm.com
  • Fertility Center of Colorado
    1625 Medical Center Point #290
    Colorado Springs, CO 80907-5798
    Phone: 719.636.0080 719.636.0080
    Website: www.coloradoinfertility.com
  • Fertility Center of San Antonio (FCSA)
    4499 Medical Drive, Suite 200
    San Antonio, TX 78229
    Phone: 210.692.0577 210.692.0577
    Website: www.fertilitysa.com
  • Fertility & Surgical Associates of California (FSAC)
    Thousand Oaks & Encino, CA
    Phone: 805.778.1122 805.778.1122, 818.461.1610 818.461.1610
    Website: www.fertilityassociates.com
  • HRC Fertility
    Encino, Fullerton, Laguna Hills, Oceanside, Pasadena, Newport Beach, Rancho Cucamonga, Westlake, West Los Angeles, CA
  • Phone: 1.866.472.4483 1.866.472.4483
    Website: www.havingbabies.com
  • IVF New Jersey
    Somerset, Lawrenceville, Freehold, NJ
    Phone: 800.483.6544 800.483.6544
    Website: www.ivfnj.com
  • New York Fertility Services
    16 E. 40th St., 2nd Floor
    New York, NY 10016
    Phone: 212-679-2289 212-679-2289
    Website: www.newyorkfertilityservices.com
  • North Carolina Center for Reproductive Medicine (NCCRM)
    Cary, NC
    Greensboro, NC
    Phone: 336.273.4490 336.273.4490, 919.233.1680 919.233.1680
    Website: www.nccrm.com
  • Oregon Center for Reproductive Medicine (OCRM)
    2222 NW Lovejoy. St., Suite 304
    Portland, OR 97210
    Phone: 877.567.4994 877.567.4994, 503.274.4994 503.274.4994
    Website: www.oregonreproductivemedicine.com
  • Pacific Fertility Center (Los Angeles)
    10921 Wilshire Blvd., Ste. 700
    Los Angeles, CA 90024
    Phone: 310.209.7700 310.209.7700
    Website: www.pfcla.com
  • Pacific Fertility Center (San Francisco)
    55 Francisco St, Suite 500
    San Francisco, CA 94133
    Phone: 415.837.1732 415.837.1732
    Website: www.infertilitydoctor.com
  • Reproductive Medicine Associates New Jersey (RMANJ)
    Morristown, Englewood, Somerset & West Orange, NJ
    Phone: 973.971.4600 973.971.4600
    Website: www.rmanj.com
  • San Diego Fertility Center (SDFC)
    11515 El Camino Real
    San Diego, CA, 92130
    Phone: 858.794.6363 858.794.6363
    Website: www.sdfertility.com
    In-House Egg Donor Agency: www.eggdonor4u.com
  • Southern California Reproductive Center (SCRC)
    450 North Roxbury Drive Suite 500
    Beverly Hills, CA 90210
    Website: www.scrcivf.com
  • UCSF Center for Reproductive Health
    San Francisco & Marin, CA
    Phone: 415.353.7475 415.353.7475
    Website: www.ucsfivf.org
  • Zouves Fertility Center
    1241 East Hillsdale Blvd, Suite 100
    Foster City, CA 94404
    Website: www.goivf.com







  • Arc Fertility
    The ARC Affordable Payment Plan™ helps make infertility treatment affordable; it provides an extended payment program for dividing the cost of treatment into manageable monthly payments.
    Website: www.arcfertility.com
  • Baby Quest
    Baby Quest is dedicated to helping those who cannot afford the high cost of infertility treatments such as IUI, IVF, and /or surrogacy.
    Website: www.babyquestfoundation.org
  • Fertile Action
    Fertile Action is an organization dedicated to helping women touched by cancer become mothers through education, advocacy and financial aid for fertility preservation, sperm donation, egg donation, surrogacy and long-term storage of sperm, oocytes, and embryos
    website: www.fertileaction.org
  • Cade Foundation
    The Tinina Q. Cade Foundation (TQCF) is a nonprofit organization that serves the needs of families battling infertility. TQCF provides financial assistance to families pursuing infertility treatment or domestic adoption through the Tinina Q. Cade Foundation Family Building Grant
    Website:  www.cadefoundation.org
  • Medical Financing
    Loans up to $30,000 to help you build your family
    Website: www.medicalfinancing.com
  • Prosper Healthcare Lending
    Prosper Healthcare Lending provides affordable financing for ANY fertility expense including treatments, procedures, and medications. PHL provides loans amounts up to $100,000 with no prepayment penalties or retroactive interest.
    Website: www.prosperhealthcare.com



  • AFA (Member) – American Fertility Association
    National Fertility organization offers online chats, support groups, local seminars, resource materials.
    Website: www.theafa.org
  • ASRM (Member) – American Society of Reproductive Medicine
    International leader for multidisciplinary information and standards in reproductive medicine.
    Website: www.asrm.org
  • ESHRE (Member) – European Society for Human Reproduction and Embryology
    Promotes interest in, and understanding of, reproductive biology and medicine throughout Europe.
    Website: www.eshre.eu/
  • Family Equality Council                                                                              National organization that connects, supports, and represents lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender parents in the United States and the children they are raising.
    Website: www.familyequality.org
  • Fertile Hope
    A national non-profit organization that helps cancer patients at risk for infertility.
    Website: www.fertilehope.org
  • Fertile Action
    A cancer charity working to ensure fertile women touched by the disease have the option to preserve their fertility prior to receiving life-saving treatment that can cause infertility.(Agency for Surrogacy Solutions, Inc. was the first agency to offer our complete surrogacy services pro bono to a Fertile Action grant recipient in 2013.)
    Website: www.fertileaction.org
  • Fertility Today Magazine                                                                                  Magazine and online site offering information on all aspects of trying to conceive. Podcasts, online web chats and bulletin boards
    Website:  www.fertilitytoday.org
  • FSA – Fertility Association of Australia
    Website: www.fertilitysociety.com.au/
  • Glad
    New England’s leading legal rights organization dedicated to ending discrimination based on sexual orientation, HIV status and gender identity and expression.
    Website: www.glad.org
  • INCIID (Member) -The International Council on Infertility Information Dissemination
    INCIIDis a nonprofit organization helping patients explore their family-building options. Offers online information and support forums.
    Website: www.inciid.org
  • Men Having Babies
    Website: http://www.menhavingbabies.org/
  • Pop Luck Club
    Los Angeles based organization for gay parenting.
    Website:  popluckclub.org
  • Resolve (Member)
    National Infertility Association providing education, advocacy, and support in coping with infertility.
    Website: www.resolve.org