Louis Weckstein, M.D. – IVF & Medical Director
Dr. Weckstein sees patients in our San Ramon facility.
Dr. Weckstein received his training in infertility at University of California-Irvine in 1988 with one of the most successful IVF teams in the country at that time. After establishing a successful OB/GYN private practice in Southern California, he returned to training that included special emphasis on assisted reproductive technologies. He is certified by the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology and is a member of the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology and the Society for Reproductive Surgeons.
Dr. Weckstein has served on the board of directors of the Pacific Coast Reproductive Society and was a past California representative to the National Advisory Council of the American Society of Reproductive Medicine. Dr. Weckstein has authored more than 50 publications and abstracts with a focus on IVF and Egg Donation. He serves as a special reviewer for the infertility journal “Fertility and Sterility.” He is medical and IVF director at RSC. Dr. Weckstein also serves on Progyny’s Medical Advisory Board.
- Reproductive Science Center of the San Francisco Bay Area
- Undergraduate degree: University of Michigan
- Medical training: University of Michigan
- OB/GYN residency: University of California, Irvine
- Postgraduate training in IVF and infertility: University of California, Irvine
- Joined RSC Bay Area: 1990
- RSC location: San Ramon facility
What our patients are saying Read testimonials
Your kind words aside from the usual medical facts gave me so much confidence and trust in your judgment. Your gentle mannerism made my experience easier.
Dr. Weckstein, we would like to thank you for the personalized and meticulous care you took in helping us create a family.
We are so grateful for RSC and Dr. Weckstein. They gave us the best gifts ever – our beautiful sons.
—Kerry, Christophe, Colin & Quentin Job
His compassion and expertise made us feel more confident in our chances of having a family. We felt something we hadn’t felt in a very long time … hope and excitement.
—Katie and Mike Budil