Fertility Success Rates
CCRM is a proud member of SART (Society for Assisted Reproductive Technologies) whose mission is to establish and maintain standards for ART, so that you receive the best level of care possible. As a requirement for membership, SART member fertility clinics must adhere to the highest standards for quality, safety, advertising and patient care. Outcomes are required to be reported in a strictly defined and standardized fashion. SART member clinics are subject to routine auditing to assure that they are in compliance. We are proud that the CCRM network includes two past Presidents, and several past and present Executive Board members of SART.
WHAT IS SART?
SART is the primary organization of professionals dedicated to the practice of IVF, or assisted reproductive technology (ART). The organization represents the majority of the ART clinics in the country. The mission of SART is to establish and maintain the standards for ART so that you can receive the highest possible level of care. SART includes more than 380 member practices, representing more than 85% of the ART clinics in the U.S.
WHAT A SART IVF PRACTICE MEANS TO YOU
Not all IVF practices can be members of SART; specific criteria must be met. Working with a SART member gives you the opportunity to receive the highest standards of modern care,
SART doctors and scientists are on the cutting edge of medical technology and science in treating infertility. They are continually researching new breakthroughs and are recognized nationally and internationally as the leading practitioners in the field.
SART MEMBERSHIP IS A COMMITMENT TO QUALITY
SART members are committed to providing you with information and treatments that are up-to-date. As an affiliate society of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM), SART offers continuing medical education as well as practice and ethical guidelines.
THE IVF LABORATORY
So much of your success depends on the quality of your embryology laboratory. All SART embryology labs must be inspected and accredited every two years by CAP, Joint Commission or NYSTB.
To note: There are no SART and CDC success rates published for our newer CCRM network locations. SART success rates are two years old and CDC success rates are three years old at the time they are published. CCRM Houston’s success rates can be found under the name Houston IVF, and CCRM Dallas’ success rates can be found under name Frisco Institute for Reproductive Medicine.