For over 30 years, gay men have been choosing the Pacific Fertility Center of Los Angeles--one of the leading fertility clinics in the world. Intended Parents pay a single fixed fee, known as our "Peace of Mind Program," to cover everything they need including their surrogate, egg donor, legal, insurance, medical fees, and so on. The Peace of Mind Program is a revolutionary option that simplifies the path to parenthood for gay men while providing protection against common pitfalls such as failed transfers. These services are provided in partnership with PFCLA's in-house surrogacy and egg donor program, Hatch, the longest established egg donor agency in the USA. With success rates that are among the best in the nation, we've been a part of over 13,500 happy, healthy births, creating families and making dreams come true all over the world.
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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 - $5000. Annual quota: 10 cases per year.
Membership Benefits Program (MBP):
$1,000 off IVF cycle
Special steps needed to access the benefits: Contact Brittany Collins at firstname.lastname@example.org
Pacific Fertility Center – Los Angeles Team
Miles had his own personal experience with the Pacific Fertility Center of Los Angeles, as it was through Dr. Sahakian that he created embryos to eventually start his own family. Now, Miles Collins is the President of PFCLA. Social infertility is a personal interest of his, and PFCLA is one of the top international destinations for third party reproductive services using surrogates and egg donors.
Vicken Sahakian, MD
Dr. Sahakian is the Chief Medical Officer of Pacific Fertility Center of Los Angeles, one of the leading fertility clinics in America, responsible for the birth of over 7,000 babies all over the world. Dr. Sahakian will guide you every step of the way through your journey, helping you to have the most rewarding experience possible of creating a family of your own. Dr. Sahakian’s central focus is treating same-sex partners and anyone with social infertility. One of his proudest accomplishments is that with him hundreds of LGBTQ+ couples have achieved their dreams of having a family. Dr. Sahakian also specializes in treating patients with advanced maternal age, including postmenopausal women seeking infertility treatment through egg donation. Intended Parents, including celebrities and royalty, come from more than 75 countries to take advantage of Dr. Sahakian's exceptional treatment and support.
Vicken Sepilian, MD
Dr. Sepilian is Double board certified in Obstetrics & Gynecology and Infertility & Reproductive Endocrinology. He's helped many gay couples achieve their dreams of building a family, and is passionate about social impact through his care. He is active in numerous non-profits, including co-founding the Glendale Health Festival to provide healthcare to those who are uninsured and underinsured. Dr. Sepilian just welcomed his first child into the world, and has even more appreciation for the impact that Pacific Fertility Center of Los Angeles and Hatch's work can have. As a regular guest on television and a leading healthcare consultant for the Armenian Executive Government, Dr. Sepilian works tirelessly to educate his patients on infertility issues. He remains accessible to his patients, answering their questions and working to diagnose and treat any reproductive or fertility issues that may be present. He uses all of the tools at his disposal to provide his patients with the highest quality of care possible.
Greg joined the Hatch and Pacific Fertility Center of Los Angeles teams as CFO in 2020 after leading the finance organization at Eyemart Express, a leading optical retailer, for 5 years. Greg and his husband Zach were married 2 years ago and welcomed a puppy into their home shortly thereafter - to prove that they could raise a little creature together and not kill each other! Greg and Zach are working with the surrogacy and egg donation team at Hatch and with Dr. Sahakian at PFCLA on their family building journey and expect their first child in early 2023. Greg was born and raised in Colorado and attended Boston College and Harvard Business School before settling out in Los Angeles with his husband.