Proven Fertility Treatments

Science. Success. Support.

When you want the best, you come to the best. Part of a global network that has been practicing IVF since the dawn of the industry and is responsible for the field’s biggest breakthroughs, RMA of Northern California is the clinic you want to go to first.

Our goal is to help our patients achieve a healthy pregnancy and delivery in the shortest time possible. Our research studies are geared at that. Our treatment plans are geared at that. Our doctors share your goal, and we are committed to your success.

Testing & Diagnosis

With a comprehensive infertility work-up, we can often get to the root causes of infertility usually within 30-days. Learn more about fertility testing and diagnosis.

In Vitro Fertilization

IVF is a highly effective and common fertility treatment in the US today but how it's performed can vary greatly from clinic to clinic. Learn more about Reproductive Medicine Associates of Northern California's cutting-edge IVF treatment process.

Third Party Reproduction

We understand that for some patients the path to pregnancy and parenthood sometimes requires a little extra help. Learn more about Reproductive Medicine Associates of Northern California's expert third party reproduction team and treatment options including donor egg, donor sperm, and gestational surrogacy.

Egg Freezing

Fertility preservation, or more commonly known as, egg freezing is an option for any women looking to maximize their biological clocks. Women may hold off on having children for reasons such as her career, education, and/or relationship. Egg freezing provides the opportunity build their family when they're ready.

Genetic Screening

Many IVF programs are still relying heavily on judging an embryo’s potential to implant by how it looks under the microscope. At Reproductive Medicine Associates of Northern California, our evidence-based approach demands we go above and beyond. Dig into the details of genetic screening and how it is helping to make IVF treatment more successful.

Fertility Preservation

Unfortunately, chemotherapy, radiation therapy, and other interventions can significantly damage ovarian function, making fertility preservation critical for patients who may want to have a family in the future.