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Boston IVF - provider profile and satisfaction report

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www.bostonivf.com

Locations: Waltham, MA, USA
Contact: Rebecca Pouliot
Email: RPouliot@bostonivf.com
Phone: 781-434-6554


To find out if this provider participates in our Gay Parenting Assistance Program (GPAP), please see the summary table of our Directory.

Services:

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  Surrogacy agency?
  Egg donation?
  Law firm?


 

Year founded: 1986
Employees:


 


 


 


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Ratings and reviews - from our Surveys

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Fertility clinic satisfaction - overall score (out of 10)

  Clinic score
Overall
(9.50)
Count: 6
Not Applicable: 0

Clinic experience

  Clinic rating
Quality of medical services (contribution to the success of journey)
(9.67)
Count: 6
Not Applicable: 0
Responsive, informative and supportive
(9.67)
Count: 6
Not Applicable: 0
Egg donor options, screening and matching
(10.00)
Count: 2
Not Applicable: 0
Gay friendly and knowledgeable
(9.20)
Count: 5
Not Applicable: 0
Accommodation of international parents
(9.00)
Count: 1
Not Applicable: 0

Clinic recommendation rate

Value Percent  
Yes 100.0%
 
Statistics
Total Responses 6
Average 1.0

Clinic reviews and comments

Response
(2013, USA parents) Reproductive Sciences Center (now Boston IVF) was an excellent choice for us. The medical advice and counseling we received before starting our IVF and the care our egg donor and gestational carrier received throughout was excellent.
(2015, International parents) We were very pleased Coming from the UK, the more customer friendly US system was a great joy We found them very professional Dr Bayer was great
(2014, USA parents) Dr. Pang and his staff are incredible and made us and our surrogate feel welcome at every step of the way!
(2013, USA parents) Dr. Samuel Pang's team coordinated our process. As a gay man who has kids through surrogacy, Dr. Pang understood our experience and was responsive. He is formal without being cold. He is deeply knowledgeable. Our only complaint is that getting an actual person on the phone can be very challenging, an issue which is only accentuated now that the clinic (which was IVF New England when we used them) was absorbed into Boston IVF, which is kind of a factory. We opted against Boston IVF in interviewing three clinics at the time, but we would not have had that option now.



Journey statistics for service provider

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

Value Percent   Count
One 66.7%
4
Two 33.3%
2
  Totals 6
Statistics
Total Responses 6
Average 1.3

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

Value Percent  
Egg donation - fresh 40.0%
Egg donation - frozen / egg bank 40.0%
Frozen embryo transfer (from your previous cycle) 20.0%
 
Statistics
Total Responses 5

Known / Anonymous egg donation

Value Percent   Count
Unknown 40.0%
2
Known 60.0%
3
  Totals 5
Statistics
Total Responses 5
Responses "Other" Count
Left Blank 6

Egg donation source

Value Percent   Count
Family or friend 20.0%
1
Surrogacy agency 20.0%
1
Independent Egg donation agency 40.0%
2
Fertility clinic 20.0%
1
  Totals 5
Statistics
Total Responses 5



Demographics / family makeup

Gay / straight

Value Percent   Count
LGBT 83.3%
5
Straight 16.7%
1
  Totals 6
Statistics
Total Responses 6

Countries

Value Percent   Count
United States 83.3%
5
United Kingdom 16.7%
1
  Totals 6
Statistics
Total Responses 6