California Fertility Partners is credited with helping to make some of the world's first IVF babies. Our babies are now 30. We have been helping gay men to have children through egg donation and surrogacy for the past two decades. The physicians and scientists at California Fertility Partners have dedicated their careers to helping patients build healthy and happy families. Our physicians are board certified in reproductive endocrinology and infertility, and have established international reputations for their expertise in IVF,egg donation, surrogacy, and reproductive surgery. They attract patients from around the globe for their expertise in reproductive medicine. In addition to excelling in patient care, our team has made significant research contributions which have advanced the field of reproductive medicine. We believe that the best results can be obtained by providing personalized and individualized care to each of our patients. Each new patient is assigned a specially trained nurse to help provide care during the treatment cycle. All exams and procedures are performed by the patient's personal physician. We believe this close and attentive care can help bring optimal outcomes.
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Participation in the Gay Parenting Assistance Program and the Membership Benefits Program:
Note: in most cases the best way to take advantage of these offers is to reach out using our REFERRAL FORM, and include your certificate number.
GPAP Stage II - 1 pro bono IVF Treatment(s) per year
GPAP Stage I - 15%. Annual quota: 10 cases per year.
Membership Benefits Program (MBP):
$1,000 discount off Egg Donation and Surrogacy Package
California Fertility Partners Team
Guy Ringler, MD
In clinical practice for over twenty years, Dr. Guy Ringler has developed a large international referral practice due to his excellent patient rapport and expertise in IVF, surrogacy, and gay family building at California Fertility Partners. As one of the world’s first fertility doctors to help gay men become fathers through egg donation and surrogacy, Dr. Ringler has been recognized by the American Fertility Association (AFA) with an Achievement Award. He regularly lends his voice to the public conversation about gay family-building as a spokesperson for GLAAD and a contributor to the Huffington Post. Dr. Ringler has worked closely with the AFA to increase public awareness of fertility options for people with HIV, and he has helped many HIV-positive people have children through assisted reproduction. Dr. Ringler is on the advisory board of Men Having Babies and lives in Los Angeles with his husband, Mark Rios.