Physician’s Surrogacy is the only physician-managed, all-inclusive surrogacy agency. With dedicated physicians managing your journey from selection to beyond delivery, we provide an unparalleled advantage over the traditional agency model.Our team of physicians and other medical professionals work diligently to ensure a smooth journey.
|Southern California||$ 60,000||$ 53,500|
|Northern California, Nevada||$ 55,000||$ 48,500|
|Arizona, Colorado, DC, Illinois, Florida, New Jersey, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Texas, Utah, Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine, Delaware, Maryland, Oregon and Washington, Ohio, Oklahoma, Missouri, Indiana, Massachusetts, Tennessee||$ 50,000||$ 43,500|
|Southern California||California Nevada||Oregon, Illinois, Texas, Colorado, Washington|
|Employed||$ 60,000||$ 55,000||$ 50 000|
|Unemployed||$ 53,000||$ 48,500||$ 48,500|
Yes. We believe single mothers are just as capable of being Surrogates as a married woman. If you are single, it is very important that you have some type of support system in place. You should assure it prior to committing to any Surrogate program.
Whether you have insurance or not, the Intended Parents will purchase Surrogate-specific insurance for you. The plan lasts for the duration of your pregnancy. Our accounting department will be handling all medical bills.
If you are uncertain about the laws in your state regarding surrogacy, please fill out an application. Then, you will see for yourself whether you would qualify based on the state you live in. You will get a response within 72 hours of submitting your application.
A Gestational Surrogate or a Gestational Carrier is a woman who becomes pregnant using an embryo created by the process of in vitro fertilization (IVF). The surrogate may achieve pregnancy using the mother’s eggs and the father’s sperm. Gestational surrogacy also offers the option to use donor eggs or donor sperm. There will be no genetic relationship to the Surrogate.
Your name and your husband/spouse’s name will NOT be on the birth certificate. The Intended Parents will be the ones who will have full parental rights to the baby. Thus, it will be their names that appear on the birth certificate.