Fertility Care for Families in Connecticut, New York and Worldwide
New England Fertility is a premier international destination for families pursuing fertility treatment. Led by world-renowned reproductive endocrinologist, Dr. Gad Lavy, our state-of-the-art center provides superior, personalized care to fulfill your dreams of starting a family. Let's make a plan together!
Why New England Fertility?
Our fertility center offers patients a unique combination of leading medical expertise and customized treatment plans in an intimate and welcoming setting. Based in the surrogacy-friendly state of Connecticut, and easily accessible from New York City, our caring staff works with each patient to develop a plan with the highest chance for success.
Dr. Gad Lavy is an award-winning fertility specialist in the global community and has been at the forefront of fertility care for the past 25 years. He is highly sought after by patients around the world for his expertise and history of successful patient outcomes.Read More
Every patient’s situation is unique, and the fertility specialists of New England Fertility offer truly customized care. Our experienced medical and administrative teams are committed to taking the stress out of fertility treatment. Let's make a plan together.Read More
From the initial consultation and through each step in the process, our treatment plans are designed for the highest chances of success. We are proud of our excellent success rates, and are honored to recive so many patient testimonials from around the world.Read More
An International Fertility Family
New England Fertility has become a global destination for families thoughout the world. But don't take our word for it! We invite you to see what patients say from Norway, Sweden, Ireland, France, Spain, England, China, Australia, Israel and the United States.
Over the past decades, fertility treatments have been exponentially improved by the integration of technology. As Assisted Reproductive Technology gained prominence throughout the United States, success rates of fertility treatments jumped...Read More
Early pregnancy loss, though common, can by emotionally devastating. As many as 10 to 20 percent of known pregnancies end in miscarriage. At least half of the time, those miscarriages occur because the...Read More