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Palm Beach Fertility Center Leads the Way in Infertility Diagnosis & Treatment

Our team at Palm Beach Fertility Center is committed to excellence and one-on-one personal patient care. It's no wonder that our patients say Dr. Mark Denker and our caring staff are a head above the rest. Since opening our doors in 1994, our reputation stands alone as compassionate healthcare providers utilizing state-of-the-art technology. Our IVF Laboratory is certified by the Joint Commission for Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations, ensuring you the highest level of safety and comfort.

Our IVF Success Rates

Before you commit to a cycle of in-vitro fertilization (IVF), it is worth it to research the facts about the fertility clinic you choose, especially your chosen fertility specialist and the fertility treatments you plan to have. Palm Beach Fertility Center attests to its services and commitment to patient care. We invite you to read about our legacy of accomplishment from an independent source for clinical data on IVF success rates.

The Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology represents more than 375 member clinics (85% of IVF clinics) in the United States and regulates standards safeguarding the integrity of assisted reproductive services. Comparison of IVF success rates between and among practices is unreliable, because there are many different factors that can influence a clinic's statistical success rates, including patient medical characteristics, treatment approaches, and entrance criteria for ART.

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Palm Beach Fertility Center and Dr. Mark Denker maintain SART membership, adhere to guidelines in patient care, and follow the best practices in fertility treatment. One of the requirements of SART membership involves reporting IVF success rates each year.

Palm Beach Fertility Center, SART, & CDC: Raising the Standard of Care for Infertility Treatment

Without accountability, a fertility center could easily claim to have the highest IVF success rates, or their actual skew success rates by avoiding treating patients who statistically aren’t likely to get pregnant or are of advanced maternal age.

Since 1985, clinics like Palm Beach Fertility Center have reported cumulative results of IVF cycles to SART at the end of each calendar year. Results are collected via a secure computer program, analyzed, and validated before being submitted to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for the final audit. The CDC publishes the report only after all member fertility clinics submit final data.

IVF Success Rates: Interpreting SART Data

When you review fertility success rate tables on the CDC website, new pop-up bubbles will explain the significance of the category. It’s challenging to compare one fertility clinic to the next, because success rates depend on the number of IVF cycles performed, patient age, and the percentage of complicated cases in that calendar year.

Dr. Denker suggests prospective patients look up these numbers when researching fertility clinic success rates:

  • The number of IVF cycles: Your fertility center should demonstrate experience with IVF without over-committing at the expense of patient care and attention.
  • Age range: Pay attention to the category that you fall under and verify that your fertility center offers donor services as a back-up plan.
  • Clinical pregnancies versus live births: Early pregnancy reports don’t always reflect a happy ending. Look for live birth rates to fully assess a fertility clinic’s record.
  • Percentage of canceled cycles: Not every woman responds favorably to fertility medications or produces “textbook” results during IVF treatment. Some IVF centers cancel a cycle before egg retrieval, so the cycle will not reflect poorly on annual results.
  • Twins and multiple births: Multiples can put both the mother and her babies at risk. Advances in reproductive medicine allow for single embryo transfer, day 5 embryo transfer, and preimplantation genetic diagnosis to minimize the risk for multiple births.

Benefit from Our Quality, Compassionate Care

Palm Beach Fertility Center holds to a higher standard of infertility care and prioritizes patient goals for a successful pregnancy over statistical IVF benchmarks.

Contact Dr. Denker and Palm Beach Fertility Center at (888) 819-5177 to discuss an IVF treatment plan tailored to your unique situation.

Fertility Care as
Unique as Your DNA

Anyone trying to conceive without success knows that infertility can consume your life. Dr. Mark Denker, M.D., R.E., and the compassionate team at Palm Beach Fertility Center understand that nothing matters more to you than building a family. We devote ourselves to helping resolve infertility with individualized care that produces optimal results.

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