The nurses and doctors are excellent. At first the whole fertility routine takes a bit to get used to, and is very overwhelming. Some of the nurses were very sensitive to this and others were not. However, as my treatments went along (starting with monitored cycles, then IUI, then IVF), I came to really appreciate all the nurses. My doctor was incredible throughout. Very well researched and patient with me and my questions. The billing team leaves a LOT to be desired -- they make many errors, are unresponsive, send your bills to collections before you even receive on in the mail, and are quite insensitive resolving issues they created given the financial burden and emotional process of tackling infertility -- hence the rating of 4 instead of 5.
I'm not sure what you're looking for here. This kind of question is too general to provide specific guidance to women looking for advice about which fertility clinic to choose. Without factoring in age, their diagnosis and other factors, there's no telling from a review whether a clinic will be a good fit for you. Especially since the only thing that matters is if you get the outcome you want: a baby.
Dr. Sacks was amazing. He was honest and forthcoming about all aspects of my treatment. Nurses were great, there were sometimes long wait times but it's to be expected in the city.
Highly recommend. Excellent care. Very diverse staff, good environment. No long waiting time when doing check ups or when having a Dr. Appointment.
This clinic can get a bit busy but it's not big like those typical factory clinics. You will have to step and manage your own care, but it's really worth it. The doctors and staff here are the best!
Dr. Sacks is great--very kind, compassionate, focus on evidence-based decisionmaking
The data shown in this section comes from both SART.org and the CDC. Together these organizations maintain the most up-to-date data on fertility clinic success rates in the US. Your physician should be able to help you interpret these reports. When you see a "?" in a chart, it simply indicates that a clinic has completed less than 20 cycles in that category and age range, which would make showing success rates misleading, according to the CDC