About Reproductive Science Center of the San Francisco Bay Area

Experience never mattered more

Fertility clinic leader in reproductive services and infertility treatments for all since 1983

Every day, people from all backgrounds, cultures, and sexual and gender orientations choose Reproductive Science Center of the San Francisco Bay Area (RSC) to help them in their path to parenthood. We’ve offered four decades of fertility care to thousands of families  in a safe and inclusive environment.

We focus on each individual as the center of our work, because every one of our patients has different physical and emotional challenges to overcome in having a child.

We compassionately guide and educate as we deliver quality, affordable, innovative and safe care. For the past 40+ years, our guiding principle is that everyone deserves to realize their dream of having a family, and every person in our practice will help them achieve that to the best of their ability. When it comes to growing a family, we have the experience and expertise patients can trust.

What we’re known for

A history of inclusion: Proudly offering treatment to all seeking a family: infertile heterosexual couples & individuals, LGBTQ+ people in need of reproductive services, single moms and single dads by choice.
Exceptional IVF success rates for 40+ years: We are proud to have attained this even while accepting difficult cases and emphasizing elective single embryo (eSET) when appropriate for healthier pregnancies.
Accessible & affordable fertility treatment: competitive pricing, discount and financing options, and free financial counseling.
Convenient San Francisco South & West Bay Area locations: Oakland, Los Gatos, San Mateo and San Ramon.

Latest treatment techniques for complete care: Advanced treatment options including egg freezing, corrective infertility surgery, integrative medicine, PGT, IVF, gestational carrier surrogacy, embryo adoption, egg donation and emotional support.
Voluntary member of SART (Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology): SART members are dedicated to the highest standards of care. SART members report all outcomes and IVF cycle data to a central organization for patients to review.
Insurance: RSC is contracted with most insurance plans.

Leading the way in fertility treatment in the Bay Area since 1983

In fertility, we know what works and constantly strive to improve fertility outcomes. RSC’s unparalleled innovation and leadership includes:

  • 12,000 pregnancies (and counting).
  • First private IVF clinic west of the Mississippi.
  • East Bay Area’s first IVF conception and first “test tube baby.”
  • Nation’s second birth from a frozen embryo.
  • USFertility partner, the nation’s largest physician-led fertility network.
  • Institute of Medical Quality Surgery Center recognition.
  • Centers of Excellence certification for AETNA and UHC.
  • College of Pathologists (CAP) and Federal Clinical Laboratory Improvement Act (CLIA) certified IVF and andrology labs.
Logo: 40 Years - Reproductive Science Center of the San Francisco Bay Area

Mother kissing little baby at home

Breaking Barriers, Building Families

Since 1983, we have pioneered fertility treatment for every kind of family. We want to help you achieve your dream of having a baby.

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Our history

Meet Elizabeth, RSC’s first IVF baby

Our infertility doctors and medical provider team

Meet the people driving our success. Our devoted team of seven reproductive endocrinologists, plus our advanced practice providers, nurses and laboratory experts, apply great compassion and skill in successfully treating the most challenging fertility issues.


Learn more about what drives us

Committed to patient education and empowerment

Whether it is a complex fertility condition or complicated insurance coverage, RSC helps guide patients throughout their fertility journey. We know that patients who are knowledgeable about treatments have better outcomes. And we want our patients to be well informed so they feel confident in their treatment and finance decisions.

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