The IVF Lab at Stanford Medicine’s Fertility and Reproductive Health Services is dedicated to helping patients achieve their dream of becoming parents. Whether you have difficulty conceiving or you want to preserve your fertility for the future, we offer the best care and technology for your sperm, eggs and embryos. Our lab is accredited by the College of American Pathologists (CAP) and has a highly experienced team of experts who have pioneered many innovations in the field of IVF.

Some of the features of our IVF lab are:

  • A team of seasoned professionals who have performed thousands of successful IVF cycles. Our fertility specialists have extensive knowledge and skills that will increase your chances of having a healthy baby.

  • Staff members who have dual board certification in their specialties, which means they have extra training and expertise in more than one area. This exceeds the state and federal standards for IVF labs

  • The world’s largest LifeAire air filtration system, which protects your embryos from harmful air pollutants. This is an important factor for your embryo quality and development.

  • 24/7 continuous monitoring of all lab equipment, including temperature, volatile organic compounds, incubator gas levels, humidity, and more. This ensures that your embryos are in optimal conditions at all times.

  • Real-time location systems on each person who enters the lab. Our lab is the only one in the world with this system so we can keep your embryos and genetic material secure and traceable.

  • A high-tech communication system with patients like you through the patient portal. You can access your test results, treatment plan, and other information online anytime.

  • Cryogenic tanks to freeze gametes and embryos for those who want to delay or preserve their fertility, such as cancer patients, trans and gender-nonconforming patients, or those who are not ready to start a family yet.

  • Double monitoring of cryogenic tanks and emergency generators to prevent the loss of frozen sperm, eggs or embryos in case of power outage or equipment failure.

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