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Kaiser Permanente Center for Reproductive Health

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Last Update: 06/16/2020

Description

Kaiser Permanente Center for Reproductive Health is a fertility center that has several locations throughout California although there are only two who have their own IVF laboratory.

According to information on their webiste, the medical team of Kaiser Permanente Center for Reproductive Health consists of a multidisciplinary team of fertility specialists, urologists, embryologists, etc. However, all this information has not been verified by the inviTRA specialists.

If you want to know how to get to the clinic, click here.

Fertility treatments and costs

Below, you'll find a table with all fertility treatments offered by Kaiser Permanente Center for Reproductive Health.

Embryo cryopreservationPrice not available
Fertility preservation$8,850
Frozen Embryo Transfer$4,000
In Vitro Fertilization / ICSI$12,000
IUI with Donor SpermPrice not available
IUI with Partner's SpermPrice not available
IVF with Donor Eggs$13,500
IVF with Donor SpermPrice not available
Preimplantation Genetic DiagnosisPrice not available
Sperm freezingPrice not available

This center also provides the possibility of surrogacy since the country's legislation allows this treatment.

On its website, Kaiser Permanente Center for Reproductive Health details the tests and techniques that are included in the price of the treatment we have indicated.

The average cost for an IVF cycle (fresh or frozen) is between $12,00 and $16,500. Furthermore, a frozen embryo transfer will be charged with approximately $4,000. In cases of donor IVF cycles, the fees are between $13,500 and $16,500. Fertility preservation has a cost of $7,525 for oncology-related reasons whereas a standard fertility preservation cycle is priced $8,850.

It should be kept in mind that complementary techniques such as ICSI, genetic testing, or testicular biopsy are not included in the costs. What's not included, either, are fertility medications which may add up another $8,000. However, all this information has not been verified by the inviTRA specialists.

If you're still unsure which fertility treatment is right for you and would like to know more about it, we suggest you read on here: Fertility Treatment Overview.

The treatment costs may vary significantly depending on the tests or techniques included or not, such as the seminogram, medication, fertility testing, medical visits, prolonged culture or embryo vitrification.

This Tool helps you to find out the exact costs of the different fertility clinics (what's included and what's not) and provides you with lots of useful tips for your first appointment.

Complementary techniques

In addition to all the treatments indicated in the previous section, the Kaiser Permanente Center has the necessary technology to perform the following complementary techniques to increase the possibilities of success of the treatments:

Diagnostic treatments

At Kaiser Permanente Center for Reproductive Health, it is also possible to perform the following diagnostic tests on men and women to find out the reason for infertility and establish the most appropriate treatment:

  • Female Fertility Testing.
  • Male Fertility Testing.
  • Hysterosalpingogram.
  • Hysteroscopy & Laparoscopy.
  • Laparotomy.
  • Semen Analysis.

However, all this information has not been verified by the inviTRA-specialists.

Success rates

This data has been collected by the American CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) in the year 2016. Directly comparing pregnancy rates between different clinics can lead to mistakes.

IVF/ICSI

Realized cycles

Number of total cycles performed by the clinic in a year.

The CDC stipulates both the total number of cycles realized per clinic in general and number of cycles performed by the patient's age group: under 35 years, between 35-37 years, between 38-40 years, between 41-42 years and above 43 years.

This is the total number of performed cycles by Kaiser Permanente Center for Reproductive Health in a year.

More information
Total Cycles with Fresh Eggs: 695 per year
Total Cycles with Frozen Eggs: 350 per year

Pregnancy probability per transfer

Probability that an embryo transfer will lead to a pregnancy, regardless of the number of embryos transferred.

Cycles with Fresh Eggs

Age of the recipient woman: under 35 years old
65.9%
Age of the recipient woman: between 35 and 37 years old
52.8%
Age of the recipient woman: between 38 and 40 years old
50%
Age of the recipient woman: between 41 and 42 years old
43.5%
Age of the recipient woman: over 43 years old
27.6%

Cycles with Frozen Eggs

Age of the recipient woman: under 35 years old
70.3%
Age of the recipient woman: between 35 and 37 years old
60.4%
Age of the recipient woman: between 38 and 40 years old
67.5%
Age of the recipient woman: between 41 and 42 years old
56.5%
Age of the recipient woman: over 43 years old
53.8%*
* Percentage extracted from 13 cases only

IVF with egg donation

Realized cycles

Number of total cycles performed by the clinic in a year.

In regards to egg donation cycles, these are the ranges of annual cycles carried out by Kaiser Permanente Center for Reproductive Health.

More information
Total Cycles with Fresh Embryos: 1 per year
Total Cycles with Frozen Embryos: 24 per year

Pregnancy probability per transfer

Probability that an embryo transfer will lead to a pregnancy, regardless of the number of embryos transferred.

Fresh Embryo Transfer
100%*
* Percentage extracted from 1 case only
Frozen Embryo Transfer
81.8%

Medical team

Danny Dasig, MS, TS, EMB
Danny Dasig, MS, TS, EMB
Scientific Director
IVF Laboratory Manager
Jon Proctor, MD
Jon Proctor, MD
Reproductive Endocrinology and IVF Specialist

Reviews

The reviews about the Kaiser Permanente Center for Reproductive Health found on the Internet are both positive and negative. Below, we will list some of the comments found on Google Business.

Ryan, for example, had a positive experience at this center. After several years of failed IUI and ICSI cycles, they were finally able to conceive. Kristy, on the other hand, misses comprehensive or clear information about the costs of fertility testings.

Location: how to get to the clinic?

As stated above, the Kaiser Permanente Center for Reproductive Health has branches throughout California. However, we are going to list only those who have their own IVF laboratory integrated.

Below, you'll find a description of how to get to these installations.

Sacramento location

Kaiser Permanente Center in Sacramento is situated in Point West Medical Office Building 1650 Response Road, Suite 1A, Sacramento.

The Sacramento International Airport is the nearest airport to the clinic. Via I-5 S it will take approximately 20 minutes to get to KPIVF.

Fremont location

The Fremont location of PKIVF is located in39141 Civic Center Drive, Suite 350 Fremont, California.

The nearest airport is San Jose International Airport and a 25-minutes drive to the clinic via I-880 N. Alternatively, there are metro routes to this facility. However, with an average travel duration of 1 h 30 minutes it would take much longer to get to the clinic.

Last Update: 06/16/2020
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