Our Fertility Clinic IVF Success Rates

Often, success at fertility centers is measured only by IVF success rates. Our IVF success rates are excellent, as you can find further down this page, but that is only part of the full picture. We view success as the birth of a healthy baby, which can begin in many ways outside of IVF, but also in the compassionate care that we offer our patients.

A Long History of Successful Pregnancies for IVF

We are proud of our success rates for all infertility treatmentsIVF and beyond. Some examples include:

  • More than 3,600 families referred back to their OBGYNs after conceiving.
  • More than 22 years of experience helping families conceive healthy babies.
  • Many of our patients conceive babies with inexpensive treatments such as ovulation induction.

High IVF Success Rates

Our IVF success rates are higher than the national average. Many factors contribute to this, from our skilled embryologists to our knowledgeable physicians to our LifeAire filtration system.

Below you will find our most recent success rates. These rates are reported by the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology (SART). This organization establishes and maintains SART standards and reports on IVF outcomes to ensure that patients receive the highest level of care.

Please note: Comparing clinic success rates may not be meaningful as a patient’s medical characteristics, treatment approaches, and entrance criteria for ART may vary from clinic to clinic. View the complete report on www.sart.org

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Fresh Embryos from Non-Donor Eggs

(SART 2014 Preliminary Report)


Age<3535-3738-4041-42>42
Number of cycles with fresh embryos892733129
Percentage of cycles resulting in live births 57.3%51.9%15.2%3 of 120 of 9
Number of transfers with fresh embryos70242772
Percentage of transfers resulting in live births72.9%58.3%18.5%3 of 70 of 2
Average number of fresh embryos transferred1.61.82.442
Percentage of cycles resulting in clinical pregnancies59.6%59.3%24.2%5/120/9
Percentage of live births with twins29.5%28.6%1/51/30/0
Age <35 35-37 38-40 41-42 >42
Number of cycles with fresh embryos892733129
Percentage of cycles resulting in live births 57.3%51.9%15.2%3 of 120 of 9
Number of transfers with fresh embryos70242772
Percentage of transfers resulting in live births72.9%58.3%18.5%3 of 70 of 2
Average number of fresh embryos transferred1.61.82.442
Percentage of cycles resulting in clinical pregnancies59.6%59.3%24.2%5/120/9
Percentage of live births with twins29.5%28.6%1/51/30/0
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Thawed Embryos from Non-Donor Eggs


Age<3535-3738-4041-42>42
Number of cycles with thawed embryos2013522
Number of transfers1912502
Percentage of cycles resulting in live births50%4 of 132 of 50 of 00 of 2
Average number of embryos transferred1.71.71.602.5
Age <35 35-37 38-40 41-42 >42
Number of cycles with thawed embryos2013522
Number of transfers1912502
Percentage of cycles resulting in live births50%4 of 132 of 50 of 00 of 2
Average number of embryos transferred1.71.71.602.5
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Donated Eggs and Embryos


 Fresh EmbryosBanked Donor EggsThawed EmbryosDonated Embryos
Number of cycle starts51382
Percentage of cycles resulting in live births1 of 58 of 133 of 81 of 2
Average number of embryos transferred1.81.41.62
Fresh Embryos Banked Donor Eggs Thawed Embryos Donated Embryos
Number of cycle starts51382
Percentage of cycles resulting in live births1 of 58 of 133 of 81 of 2
Average number of embryos transferred1.81.41.62

*Based on IVF data per IVF cycle. Success rates for clinics throughout the United States are available from The Society for Reproductive Medicine (SART) at www.sart.org. Clinic summary report for all SART member clinics is available at www.sartcorsonline.com. Results for The Center are available at www.sartcorsonline.com. A comparison of fertility clinic success rates may not be meaningful because patient medical characteristics, reproduction treatment approaches and entrance criteria for Assisted Reproductive Technology may vary from clinic to clinic.

SART Statistics