Mary Hinckley, M.D. – Reproductive Endocrinologist
Dr. Hinckley sees patients in our San Ramon facility.
Dr. Hinckley is a board certified Reproductive Endocrinologist who completed her training at Stanford University Medical Center. She says her greatest joy is helping patients to realize their dreams in creating a family, but she also enjoys participation in clinical and laboratory studies. She has extensively published articles in peer-reviewed journals on blastocyst transfer, avoiding triplet pregnancies, monozygotic twinning, operative hysteroscopy, correction of uterine anomalies, and biochemical pathways involved in ovulation and fertilization. She serves as a member of the Society for Reproductive Endocrinologists, the Christian Medical and Dental Society and the American Society for Reproductive Medicine. Her areas of interest include laparoscopic surgery, premature ovarian failure, oocyte freezing, and recurrent pregnancy loss.
- Undergraduate degree: Stanford University, CA
- Medical training: Vanderbilt University School of Medicine
- OB/GYN residency: Stanford University Hospital and Clinics, CA
- Fellowship in Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility: Stanford University Medical Center
- Joined RSC Bay Area: 2004
- RSC location: San Ramon facility.
What our patients are saying Read testimonials
Your talent and caring manner throughout our three procedures was greatly appreciated. You are truly a life giver.
—Phoebe and Melvin
I wanted to personally thank you and the whole team at RSC for making our dream of becoming parents a reality. The dedication and professionalism of the staff there is second to none.
I was so fortunate to be referred to Dr. Mary Hinckley at the RSC. She is a really wonderful doctor – competent and caring.
Dr. Mary Hinckley introduction
Blogs by Dr. Mary Hinckley:
- The Hard Facts on Patients Who Have a Poor Prognosis for the IVF Process
- Is there Hope for Women Who Continue to Have Early Miscarriages?
- Older Moms, Higher Pregnancy Risks, but Still Much Success!
- Does Anti Müllerian Hormone (AMH) Predict Miscarriage Risk with IVF?
- Getting Pregnant in the Chinese New Year