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Newsweek Ranks UCSF Center for Reproductive Health #1 Best Fertility Clinic in California & #2 in the Nation

Posted in Latest News on May 17th, 2023

We’re proud to share exciting news: UCSF Center For Reproductive Health at Mission Bay, an international leader in comprehensive fertility care, has been ranked by Newsweek as the No. 1 fertility clinic in California and No. 2 in the nation.

As the demand for assisted reproductive technology and high-quality fertility care continues to grow, Newsweek’s America’s Best Fertility Clinics 2023 was developed as more than an assessment of average success rates. To create their listing, the team surveyed over 3,000 physicians and fertility professionals and put those results alongside objective metrics.

“We are so proud of this recognition. It is a tribute to the commitment of the entire team” says Interim Department Chair, Dr. Rebecca Jackson. Adds CRH Director, Dr. Marcelle Cedars, "UCSF Center for Reproductive Health is at the intersection of personalized care and the cutting-edge research UCSF is known for. As fertility leaders, we’re shaping the future of reproductive medicine. As your fertility team, we provide support at each step of the journey."

At UCSF CRH, we’re committed to delivering personalized fertility care while leading the way in cutting-edge research that will shape the future of reproductive medicine. We’re staffed by a diverse interdisciplinary team and offer services and treatments that include in vitro fertilization, intrauterine insemination, fertility preservation, and third-party reproduction

We’re happy to welcome new patients – if interested, please request an appointment with our care team.


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There are many causes of infertility. For a successful pregnancy to occur, a healthy egg needs to meet healthy sperm, fertilize, develop and find a good place to grow (a receptive uterus). Problems at any of these steps can cause difficulties in getting pregnant. A woman’s body might not release an egg each month due to hormone imbalances, or perhaps the man’s body isn’t producing enough motile sperm.