The Donor Egg Program at Long Island IVF has been active since 1988, and is the first successful program of its kind, having been responsible for Long Island's very first baby born from a donor egg. And during the decades since, we've continued to fine-tune this fascinating process, keeping both the egg recipients' and the egg donors' needs in mind. Because egg donors are our patients, too.
When considering egg donation, it's important that you can trust the facility with your care.
Commitment To Your Health and Safety
Our facilities meet the highest national standards for clinical fertility services and laboratory standards. We are members of, and report success rates to, the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology (SART), under the auspices of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM). Laboratories meet the standards established by the Clinical Laboratory Improvement Act (CLIA) and are accredited by the College of American Pathologists (CAP). Our surgical facilities and recovery suite are credentialed by the American Association for Accreditation of Surgical Facilities (AAAASF).
Long Island IVF has been designated as an Aetna Institute of Excellence in Infertility, an Optum Health Center of Excellence, and a Center of Excellence for the New York State Empire Plan.
Commitment To Your Convenience and Comfort
We understand that your time is precious. With multiple locations throughout Nassau and Suffolk Counties, as well as an office in Brooklyn, chances are that we are close to your neighborhood. Many of our locations offer early morning and late evening hours to accommodate your busy schedule.
We want to make this experience easy for you. Convenient office locations, ample parking, and comfortable waiting areas are part of the donor experience at Long Island IVF. But what prior egg donors appreciated most is our ability to offer cutting-edge medicine in a private, warm, and comfortable setting. You won't feel like a number here. You'll feel like part of our family.