Orange County IVF Doctor - Fertility Clinic

Orange County Fertility Clinic

Reproductive Partners Orange County, is a part of a group of leading Southern California fertility doctors, internationally and nationally recognized for our success in IVF - in vitro fertilitization, egg freezing and other fertility treatments for women and men.

Success Stories Start Here

Your fertility success story starts with the highest quality of care that comes from an established team of doctors and staff who are truly dedicated to your success. At Reproductive Partners Orange County, you will be treated by renowned physicians who have helped develop the technical breakthroughs and ethical guidelines that are followed by other Orange County fertility clinics and throughout the United States. You will have access to experts in the field of fertility who continue to pioneer new research in the development and implementation of innovative infertility treatments. Most importantly, when you are a patient at Reproductive Partners Orange County, you have a partner with the experience, insight, compassion and personal care to guide you through every step of the process.

"Its been over a year now that my husband and I decided to go to Reproductive Partners Medical Group. we really didn't know what to expect!!! My experience with the personal was very pleasant. everyone is respectful and friendly. It feels that they really care for you and to me they do.

When Dr, Yee called me to talk about my lab results he was very professional and caring. He asked me to take the labs again because the thyroid labs were not in range since I didn't have any problems with my thyroid that I knew of. Long story short. When second labs came back he told me that I had to go to my primary Doctor, soon enough I was diagnose with Papillary Thyroid Cancer. I often think that if Dr. Yee wouldn't REALLY cared he would move on with the IUI fertility treatment but he didn't because he cared for me as a patient. Thank you guys and God bless!!!"

- Edith R. - Yelp, June 16, 2016

Personalized Care

Personalized IVF Treatment in Orange County

From your very first visit to the fertility center at Reproductive Partners Orange County, you will experience the personalized attention and care that sets us apart. Unlike other fertility clinics in Orange County, we take the time to examine a broad range of treatment options rather than push you toward a procedure that you are not ready for. With all your options in front of you, your fertility doctor will help you through treatment decisions, while providing you with in-depth explanations and answers to all your questions. The result is a personalized fertility treatment plan that you understand and are comfortable with.

Your appointments are always with one of our physicians who perform all office procedures including ultrasounds. At Reproductive Partners Orange County the doctors, nurses and IVF coordinators are available 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

We know that infertility treatment can be highly technical, extremely complex, emotionally draining and expensive, which is why providing personal attention and walking you through every step of the process is so critical in achieving success.

Experts in the Field of Fertility

Having successfully implemented some of the very first IVF procedures in the United States, the fertility specialists at the Reproductive Partners Orange County fertility center are nationally and internationally recognized as pioneers and innovators in the field of infertility treatment.

Reproductive Partners Orange County physicians serve on the editorial and review boards of medical journals such as "Fertility and Sterility" and "Journal of Assisted Reproduction and Genetics." All Reproductive Partners Orange County doctors search for important new developments within the fertility community which ensures that the personalized fertility treatment plans at Reproductive Partners Orange County are in line with most recent advancements in infertility research.

Orange County IVF Treatment

The doctors at Reproductive Partners Orange County fertility center hold clinical faculty appointments in the schools of medicine at UCLA and UC Irvine. The opportunity to teach and conduct research are significant functions of the Reproductive Partners Orange County practice. By teaching the latest techniques, developing new procedures, and achieving scientific breakthroughs, we are able to continually improve our own practice and contribute to the development of the entire fertility community.

All of this is important to you because it ensures that you have access to the broadest array of fertility treatment options combined with the continually refined technical skills required to perform these delicate procedures.

Teamwork

Successful fertility treatment requires a cohesive team of doctors, nurses, embryologists, scientists and staff all working toward a common goal. Reproductive Partners Orange County has 3 doctors specialized in reproductive medicine who help each other effectively diagnose and treat patients. A legacy of cooperation has produced techniques for developing individual treatment plans which result in a high level of success in even the most difficult cases. When you join the Reproductive Partners Orange County team as a patient, you will benefit not only from the expertise of a single physician but also from the combined knowledge and innovation of the entire group.

Ethical Standards in Fertility Treatment

Reproductive Partners Orange County has always strived to be a leader in ethical fertility treatment. It is the establishment and enforcement of ethical guidelines that protect patients from dangerous or unnecessary treatments. Reproductive Partners Orange County has always followed these ethical principles and have been leaders in reducing the number of embryos transferred per IVF cycle to reduce the chance of higher-order multiple pregnancies. At Reproductive Partners Orange County, we feel that the best chance for a successful pregnancy occurs when the outcome results in a single or twin babies.

Success

As an elite, handpicked group of America's top fertility doctors, Reproductive Partners Medical Group has seen and treated all types of infertility achieving some of the most outstanding success rates. However, success is not only defined by the more than 10,000 births resulting from fertility treatment at Reproductive Partners Medical Group.

It is defined by the entire process leading up to each new baby. Success is realized when you, as a patient, feel comfortable and fully understand the procedures you're undergoing. Success is achieved when you can ask and are provided with answers for all of your questions. Success is accomplished when you participate in the decision of what treatment option is best for you and can begin that treatment with full confidence. Success is attained when top physicians collaborate and apply their combined knowledge and individual skills as doctors to solving your infertility, bringing you a baby, the happy ending to your personal success story. The first page in a new chapter of your personal success story starts with an initial consultation.

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