​About the Center for Fertility and Reproductive Endocrinology

Magee-Womens Hospital’s Center for Fertility and Reproductive Endocrinology offers a woman-focused approach, knowledge, and expertise to provide highly personalized reproductive health care, including evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment.

Our center encompasses three distinct areas of medical treatment:

The Center for Assisted Reproductive Technologies (CART) addresses all treatment associated with infertility. This includes intrauterine inseminations and ovulation induction to the more advanced techniques such as, in vitro fertilization, intracytoplasmic sperm injection, egg donor, embryo donation and pre-implantation genetics screening (PGS) .

The Fertility Preservation Program offers options for preserving fertility before undergoing any type of treatment for a disease that may render you infertile. We have options for patients ranging from prepubertal to adulthood. Both males and females have options they can pursue before treatment begins. These include semen cryopreservation, embryo cryopreservation, embryo cryopreservation using donor sperm, testicular biopsies and in coordination with our Institutional Review Board, oocyte cryopreservation (egg freezing) and ovarian tissue freezing to preserve ovarian function.

The Center for Minimally Invasive Surgery and Tubal Reversal offers the most technically advanced surgical interventions for assisting with infertility. This includes the removal of fibroids or polyps, endometriosis or tubal reversal.

Advanced technology, ongoing research and a supportive team approach keep Magee’s Center for Fertility and Reproductive Endocrinology on the cutting edge, but listening keeps us in touch with what matters most: you.


Our Mission

The Center for Fertility and Reproductive Endocrinology exists to serve individuals who have a need for infertility or reproductive endocrinology services. The Center provides the most recent advances in virtually all aspects of reproductive healthcare. We provide comprehensive and compassionate diagnostic and treatment services to individuals facing obstacles to build healthy families through conventional means, or individuals experiencing health challenges which can be treated through assisted reproductive technologies. We consider the whole person and the unique situation each person brings to our door. We pledge to offer state-of-the-art programs in a warm, welcoming environment. The Center offers a woman-focused approach, knowledge, and expertise to provide highly personalized reproductive health care, including evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment. The Center is designed to address all aspects of women's reproductive healthcare and includes psychosocial as well as medical and surgical services.


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  • Pittsburgh, PA 15213-3180
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