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About Us

We were the first IVF center in the Washington DC metropolitan area and, in 1987, the first to achieve a live birth through IVF. We were the first to perform intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) and first to offer blastocyst embryo transfer. With procedures being developed in our laboratory, we lead the way in research, on our own and by designing clinical trials supported by the National Institutes of Health. We welcome difficult cases. For those reasons—and a record of successful results—we continue to be a globally respected fertility center.

When you partner with one of our physicians, you have access to a comprehensive range of fertility services, from testing and diagnosis to the latest proven techniques that science has to offer.

Leaders in the field, our physicians are fellowship-trained reproductive endocrinologists. They have trained many top OB/GYNs and fertility specialists. Using a multidisciplinary approach, every member of this team provides compassionate care and treatment for people experiencing infertility.

We have offices in DC, Maryland and Virginia, but access is not limited to people living in the DC region. Whether you live across the United States or overseas, a member of our staff can assist you in making appropriately-timed arrangements for a consultation.



Our Primary Facility

A short walk from the George Washington University Hospital, the Fertility & IVF Center is housed in a 4,000 square foot state-of-the-art setting featuring the most technologically advanced in-vitro fertilization laboratory. From blastocyst transfer to ICSI and embryo implantation, we are performing and perfecting the latest advances in fertility services.

The lab is certified by both the College of American Pathologists and the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technologies, the first to be dual-certified in the Washington D.C. area.

In this facility, the team utilizes state-of-the-art incubators, microscope and sample technology and an ultra-filtration HEPA system that purifies the air sigificantly better than operating room systems. Additionally, micro-instruments and micro-tools are used for intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI).

With an atmosphere that is aesthetically pleasing and sensitive to patient needs, special features prioritize privacy and comfort.

On the human side, our staff of physicians, nurses and administrators is known for their dedicated service to the medical mission of helping people become parents, and also for the compassion and care with which the help is provided.