The Physician’s Advantage

The advantages of an obstetrician-managed surrogacy program

Why Intended Parents Choose Us?

The health of both the surrogate and the baby are our number one priority.

No Fees Until a Confirmed Match

We offer a complimentary consultation and surrogate profile review, saving you both time and money.

No Waiting Time

Our average matching timeline is one week from profile presentation to confirmed match.

Comparable Cost

Intended Parents enjoy a comparable cost for a far superior service.

Multilingual Staff

Our staff speaks multiple languages in order to support international clientele.

Pre-screening Process

We ensure that your surrogate is physically qualified and emotionally ready to prioritize surrogacy.

OB-ordered Lab Testing

Parents elect for additional testing during the 1 and 2 trimester, offering reassurance about the health of their child

Financial Peace of Mind

Absolute pricing minimizing unexpected costs.

Physician-monitored Reporting

Intended Parents are able to directly communicate with our in-house physicians.

Before Birth Testing

While in many OB offices this testing is reserved only for high-risk pregnancies, most Intended Parents who undergo IVF and surrogacy view it as a crucial reassurance that their child will be healthy. Unfortunately, most Intended Parents are not even aware these tests are available nor do they have the opportunity to elect to have them done. As an OB-managed agency, Physician’s Surrogacy secures your option and provides reassurance for a successful outcome.

Antenatal (Before Birth) Testing may include

While in many OB offices this testing is reserved only for high-risk pregnancies, most Intended Parents who undergo IVF and surrogacy view it as a crucial reassurance that their child will be healthy. Unfortunately, most Intended Parents are not even aware these tests are available nor do they have the opportunity to elect to have them done. As an OB-managed agency, Physician’s Surrogacy secures your option and provides reassurance for a successful outcome.

Common Chromosomal Disorders and Birth Defects

Down Syndrome
Trisomy 21
A chromosomal disorder that causes lifelong intellectual disability and developmental delays. In some cases, health problems such as heart defects, vision and hearing problems, blood disorders and epilepsy may occur.

Edwards Syndrome

Trisomy 18

A condition that causes severe developmental delays and abnormalities in the structure of the body. Trisomy 18 is often fatal by age 1.

Patau Syndrome

Trisomy 13

A chromosomal disorder caused by an extra copy of chromosome 13. It can cause severe neurological and heart defects which make if difficult for infants to survive. The exact cause of Patau Syndrome is not known. Most male fetuses do not survive until birth.

Spina Bifida

A birth defect that occurs when a portion of the neural tube fails to develop or close properly. This causes defects in the spinal cord and in the bones of the spine.

Abdominal Wall Defects

Birth defects in which the baby’s intestines or other abdominal organs stick through the belly button.

What Intended Parents say about OB-Managed Surrogacy Program

Blue Quotes

During our surrogacy journey, our embryo split resulting in twins! Our surrogate was originally going to visit her previous OB who had delivered her children. However, due to the distance from where she lived to the hospital, she needed to see a doctor at a closer location. Through their vast network, Physician’s Surrogacy was able to find a practicing OB closer to the hospital and ensured that they had the capacity to handle a high-risk case. They also made sure that the hospital had the proper level NICU. It was all worked out so quickly and our surrogate was able to be seen by the new OB the same week!

Blue Quotes

My surrogate was medically cleared and completely healthy when we started our journey, but during a routine check-up, her OB noticed she had an elevated AFP level during the second trimester. Naturally, we all got really scared andimagined the worst-case scenario. Luckily, a physician from Physician’s Surrogacy was able to coordinate a meeting with a Perinatologist, GYN Oncologist and the OB to devise a plan to ensure that both the surrogate and baby were safe. I am happy to say our surrogate’s amino fluid tested normal and we have a healthy baby!

Blue Quotes

Our surrogate journey was relatively easy until she had unexpected bleeding and pre-term contractions. A physician stepped in and did a peer-to-peer with her managing OB and they both decided on the proper protocol in order to ensure a safe journey and delivery. Our surrogate was put on bed rest and she had our full support along with her surrogate support manager, case manager and the entire Physician’s Surrogacy team! Without our agency being physician managed, I don’t know what our outcome would have been! I am so happy our surrogate was healthy and safe and so was our baby boy!

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