IVF Success Rates
We are proud members of the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology (SART), and as such, we are required to report our treatment outcomes. To review our IVF success rates, please refer to the SART website for the most current and comprehensive information. Please note there is always an approximately two-year delay in the publication of SART statistics. We refer you to the official data for our clinic and the data for the entire country: RMIA summary report and national summary report.
The SART data are shown in many forms, which can seem confusing or overwhelming. Based on our experience, we believe the most useful information for prospective new patients is the Preliminary Live Birth Per New Patient data. This section breaks down successful outcomes by age group and number of pregnancies, with singletons being the most desirable outcome. To better understand these reports, the easiest way to review this data is to print both the national statistics and those from our clinic for a side-by-side comparison. Keep in mind, a comparison of clinic success rates is not entirely definitive as patient medical characteristics, treatment approaches, and entry criteria for assisted reproductive technology (ART) may vary from clinic to clinic.
At RMIA, our goal is to maximize the chances of achieving a single pregnancy while minimizing the risk of multiple pregnancies. We are proud of our success rates and continue to strive for excellence.