Pacific Fertility Center’s (PFC) devoted team of physicians is recognized nationally and internationally for their extensive clinical experience, outstanding academic credentials and research contributions, as well as for their success in treating the most challenging fertility cases. Each PFC physician is a Certified Subspecialist in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility (REI) with the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Their physicians have held faculty positions at leading research universities. Each physician has actively participated in clinical research to advance the safety and success of infertility treatments. As a group, PFC’s physicians have performed IVF procedures longer than any other program in the Bay Area. Additionally, PFC’s clinical laboratory director is internationally recognized for his decades of work in human embryology. He and his team of extensively trained, certified embryologists are devoted to leading this field in research and new technology.
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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 - Not Participating
GPAP Stage I - Not participating
Membership Benefits Program (MBP): Not Participating
Eldon Schriock, MD
Dr. Eldon Schriock has been a Medical Director with Pacific Fertility Center since 1999. An internationally recognized expert in infertility, he has been at the forefront of assisted reproductive technology since 1981. In fact, he was a member of the medical team that performed the first in-vitro fertilization treatment in Northern California. Dr. Schriock is recognized as one of the "Best Doctors in America." His clinical expertise and compassionate care earn him referrals from both physicians and patients. As an innovator, he has authored over 50 abstracts and articles in medical publications. Early on, Dr. Schriock was among the first to advocate for the rights of the LGBTQ community to have access to fertility services. Today, he is proud to have helped create so many LGBTQ families.