Ranking is based on live birth rate per transfer for Fresh Embryos with 20 or more transfers per segment as reported in the 2015 CDC Final IVF Success Rate Report.
Fresh Donor cycles do not include Banked Donor Egg cycles.
|Rank||Name||City||Live Birth Rate / Transfer||Average Embryos / Transfer||Fresh Transfers For Egg Donation||Total Cycles in All Groups|
|1||Reproductive Medicine Associates of New York, LLP||New York, NY||58.6||1.2||111||3997||Profile|
|2||Weill Medical College of Cornell University, Center for Reproductive Medicine||New York, NY||55.2||1.4||96||5031||Profile|
|3||Columbia University Center For Women's Reproductive Care||New York, NY||47.2||1.6||36||1505||Profile|
|4||Medical Offices For Human Reproduction||New York, NY||38.2||1.7||55||658||Profile|
|5||New Hope Fertility Center - West Side||New York, NY||0.0||0.0||0||2938||Profile|
|6||Offices for Fertility And Reproductive Medicine||New York, NY||0.0||0.0||0||128||Profile|
|7||New York Reproductive Medical Services, PC||New York, NY||0.0||0.0||0||108||Profile|
|8||Andrew Loucopoulos, MD, PhD||New York, NY||0.0||0.0||0||21||Profile|
* Indicates results based on fewer than 20 transfers and is considered statistically insignificant by the CDC.
If a clinic is not listed in this report, it may mean that they do not report IVF success rates to CDC. You should ask why.