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Infertility Care

A desire to have a child is extremely personal–dealing with infertility is, as well. The experts with the UI Center for Advanced Reproductive Care blend skill, compassion and sensitivity to help you weigh your options for the best course of treatment.

We are committed to providing you with a caring and supportive environment offering the latest techniques and services.

Our team includes board-certified reproductive endocrinologists, urologists, nursing specialists, clinical laboratory scientists and embryologists who provide a wide variety of reproductive evaluations, treatments and assisted reproductive services. Our membership in the Society of Assisted Reproductive Technologies (SART) indicates we meet the highest standards for quality, safety, and patient care.

At the UI Center for Advanced Reproductive Care, We Offer the Following Options:

What Sets Us Apart?

  • Established in 1987, the Center for Advanced Reproductive Care was Iowa's first In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) program, which has led to more than 4,000 deliveries.
  • We are recognized as a national leader for elective single embryo transfers that contribute to health and safety of mother and child.
  • Our delivery rate has remained consistently above 50% per oocyte retrieval for women under age 35 for the past five years.
  • We were the first medical center in Iowa to establish a formal donor embryo program.
  • Awarded the 2020 Seal of Quality Assurance in Oocyte Warming from Donor Egg Bank USA

UI Center for Advanced Reproductive Care is proud to help members of the LGBTQ community achieve their dreams of becoming parents.

University of Iowa Human Rights Policy states that in no aspect of its programs shall there be differences in the treatment of persons because of race, creed, color, national origin, age, sex, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other classification that deprives the person of consideration as an individual.

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