If you are searching for a fertility center, consider Cleveland Clinic's fertility program. With numerous locations offered throughout Northeast Ohio, our team of specialists can provide collaborative monitoring at a location that is convenient for you.
Fertility Services are available at the Beachwood Family Health & Surgery Center and Laboratory, as well as at Main Campus and within our family health centers in Avon, Solon, Strongsville and Twinsburg. In addition to these fertility centers, we will facilitate monitoring at other locations, both in state and out of state, for the patients' convenience.
While many people associate infertility treatment with in vitro fertilization there are other fertility services available. In vitro fertilization generates a great deal of media attention, but most patients can be effectively treated with simpler means than in vitro fertilization.
Our fertility centers provide the full range of state-of-the-art services for the diagnosis and treatment of infertility, including in vitro fertilization. Patients are seen in a caring environment, where the major emphasis is not only technological excellence, but also on accessibility, personal attention, and emotional support.
For patient convenience, fertility services, including ICSI, are available at the main campus and at the Beachwood Fertility Center, as well as from our fertility specialists at our Fertility Centers located in our family health centers in Solon and Strongsville, as well as at our center at Fairview Hospital. Additional infertility services are also available at our medical office in Youngstown. Thus, patients from these areas can have the advantage of care from Cleveland Clinic's fertility team with a minimal number of visits to the Cleveland area.
EmbryoScope: New high-tech incubator and time-lapse camera helps couple achieve pregnancy
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Resources for Patients
For the 9 million women and 2 million men dealing with infertility, the process of diagnosis and treatment is often long, lonely and frustrating. Experts from the nation’s No. 3 Gynecology Program (U.S. News & World Report, 2012) offer couples information and guidance:
In Cleveland Clinic's Guide to Infertility, world-renowned Ob/Gyn & Women’s Health Institute Chairman Tommaso Falcone, MD, provides hope for couples. He shares information that has helped many of his patients achieve success.
This free guide explains all the state-of-the-art services available for the diagnosis and treatment of infertility. Cleveland Clinic infertility experts describe all options, including in vitro fertilization.
Learn about Cleveland Clinic’s Harboring HopeSM fund. Discover how to support a childless couples’ second chance for in vitro fertilization at Cleveland Clinic.
Watch our physicians present on leading infertility options and answer the most frequently asked questions.