www.vcrmed.com

Locations: Reston, VA, US
Contact: Fady Sharara
Email: fsharara@vcrmed.com
Phone: 703-437-7722


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Services:

  IVF clinic?
  Surrogacy agency?
  Egg donation?
  Law firm?


 

Year founded: 2002
Employees: 8


 


About Virginia Center for Reproductive Medicine:*

State of the art Fertility Center with the highest success rates in the DC area for the past 7 years. We are gay and lesbian friendly and have one of the most successful surrogacy programs in the country.

* This description was provided by the service provider.

 


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Fertility clinic satisfaction - overall score (out of 10)

  Clinic score
Overall
(9.76)
Count: 33
Not Applicable: 0

Clinic experience

  Clinic rating
Quality of medical services (contribution to the success of journey)
(9.90)
Count: 31
Not Applicable: 0
Responsive, informative and supportive
(9.75)
Count: 32
Not Applicable: 0
Egg donor options, screening and matching
(9.44)
Count: 25
Not Applicable: 0
Gay friendly and knowledgeable
(9.58)
Count: 24
Not Applicable: 0
Accommodation of international parents
(9.92)
Count: 13
Not Applicable: 0

Clinic recommendation rate

Value Percent  
Yes 100.0%
 
Statistics
Total Responses 33
Average 1.0

Clinic reviews and comments

Response
Brilliant team - and Dr Sharara is fantastic.
Could clinic. What you see is what you get.
It was Dr. Sharara who was exceptional.
Top notch.
VCRM was absolutely fantastic and I'd recommend them to anyone. Dr. Sharara was totally the best.
Gran profesionalidad, humanidad, cercanos en el trato, dando confianza y transmiten seguridad y paz al paciente
Dr. Sharara is a wonderful and compassionate man. All of the office staff are professional and understanding of same sex couples and issues. As a physician myself, we felt confident every step of the way with this clinic.
They were very supportive in the process and again made it personal to help us achieve the ultimate goal of a successful IVF with the surrogate.
Dr. Sharara and his staff did a wonderful job of assisting me on this looong journey. His advice was always from the perspective of maximizing the probability of a successful, healthy birth. The final result, my awesome, healthy twins are a testament to the clinic's expertise and attention to every detail.
The staff at the clinic were extremely friendly, supportive and approachable. They made all of us (intended parents and surrogate) feel at ease, comfortable and that they genuinely wanted to help us on our journey.
Dr. Sharara and his staff provide top quality care to our surrogate and egg donor. He was very precise and clearly explained every step of the process to us.



Journey statistics for service provider

Number of IVF / IUI cycles done until journey resulted in a birth

Value Percent   Count
One 70.0%
21
Two 10.0%
3
Three 16.7%
5
Four 3.3%
1
  Total 30
Statistics
Total Responses 30
Average 1.5

Type of transfer that resulted in pregnancy (if done IVF)

Value Percent  
Egg donation - fresh 74.2%
Egg donation - frozen / egg bank 3.2%
Frozen embryo transfer (from your previous cycle) 22.6%
 
Statistics
Total Responses 31

Known / Anonymous egg donation

Value Percent   Count
Unknown 71.4%
20
Known 21.4%
6
Other 7.1%
2
  Total 28
Statistics
Total Responses 28
Responses "Other" Count
Left Blank 31
Semi-Anonymous/We met her/she may meet our child/do not know her full identity 1
anonymous but agreeable to be contacted by child at age 18 if child desires 1

Egg donation source

Value Percent   Count
Intended mother (no donor) 9.7%
3
Surrogacy agency 48.4%
15
Fertility clinic 41.9%
13
  Total 31
Statistics
Total Responses 31



Demographics / family makeup

Gay / straight

Value Percent   Count
LGBT 57.7%
15
Straight 42.3%
11
  Total 26
Statistics
Total Responses 26

Countries

Value Percent   Count
United States 75.0%
24
France 12.5%
4
Germany 6.3%
2
Spain 3.1%
1
United Kingdom 3.1%
1
  Total 32
Statistics
Total Responses 32