IVF Success Rates

IVF success rates are often a key indicator considered by prospective patients when choosing a fertility clinic. The Fertility Institute provides several resources for both prospective and current patients seeking information about our IVF success rates.

How Are IVF Success Rates Determined?

IVF success rates are reported to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology (SART). The CDC issues a Fertility Clinic Success Rates Report and SART issues its Clinic Summary Report for each of its fertility clinic members.

All Fertility clinics in the United States are required to report their success rates to the CDC. Only clinics that are members of SART are required to report their success rates to SART. SART member clinics meet the highest standards for quality, safety, and patient care.

SART’s reporting helps create data transparency for member clinics. SART oversees member fertility clinics and helps ensure standards for quality, safety and patient care across all assisted reproductive technologies. Choosing a fertility team that reports to SART is one of the first decisions a prospective parent can make.

What to Consider When Evaluating IVF Success Rates

SART recommends that patients thoroughly examine a fertility clinic’s statistics and not use them as the sole resource in comparing the quality of clinics:

“A comparison of clinic success rates may not be meaningful because patient medical characteristics, treatment approaches, and entry criteria for ART may vary from clinic to clinic”

For example, a clinic with excellent rates may in fact be turning away those with a lower chance of success or moving all their patients directly to IVF without exploring other options. Alternatively, a small clinic could have seemingly good numbers but not have enough cases for those figures to be statistically significant.

It’s also important to recognize that these statistics only represent births through IVF, and not other common fertility treatments, such as ovulation induction with intrauterine insemination (IUI).

What Are the IVF Success Rates at The Fertility Institute?

At The Fertility Institute, we believe that everyone deserves a chance to grow their family, and we understand that the path to parenthood can take many routes. We are open to taking on especially challenging cases, so we can help all our patients’ family dreams become a reality.

We are proud of our IVF success rates over the years. You can learn more about our latest IVF success rates through SART below:

SART 2022 Preliminary Report

SART 2021 Final Report