Fertility clinics & centers in Florida, United States

Clinics found: 40

More information about IVF clinics in Florida










Features: Private

Certification: SART certified




Features: Private

Certification: SART certified




Features: Private

Certification: SART certified




Features: Private

Certification: SART certified




Features: Private

Certification: SART certified




Features: Private

Certification: SART certified





Features: Private

Certification: SART certified




Features: Private

Certification: SART certified




Features: Private

Certification: SART certified




Features: Private

Certification: SART certified




Features: Private

Certification: SART certified



Quick info - US fertility treatment costs in 2020:


Standard IVF with ovarian stimulation:

10,424

Average ICSI price:

1,758

Average Egg donation recipients price:

15,797

Average Embryo donation recipients price:

3,850

Average Sperm donation recipients price:

1669






IVF clinics in Florida

The fertility clinics in Florida offer a wide range of services such as the hysterosalpingogram, semen analysis, fertility medications, intrauterine insemination (IUI), In Vitro Fertilization (IVF), pre-implantation genetic diagnosis and screening (PGD & PGS), elective egg freezing, gestational surrogacy and LGBT family planning and other forms of therapy and treatment.


General Information about Florida

Florida is a state in the south of the USA. It borders Alabama and Georgia. The capital city is called Tallahassee.

Other large cities are Miami, Tampa, Orlando, and Jacksonville. Despite not being among the biggest states, Florida is the third most populated.


History of Florida

The Native American tribes living in the area of Florida in the 16th century were the Apalachee, the Timucua, the Ais, the Tocobaga, the Calusa and the Tequesta.

The first European to explore the area was Spanish Juan Ponce de León in 1513. He called it “La Florida,” which means “the land of flowers.” In 1539, Hernando de Soto and his people established the first settlements.

The Spanish brought Christianity to the local tribes, which was later strategical for maintaining their control. They also introduced cattle, horses, sheep, and the Castilian language to the region.

In 1763, Spain exchanged Florida for Havana with the Kingdom of Great Britain. After numerous wars between different groups of various European settlers, Florida gained statehood in 1845.


Florida - Quick guide

Much of Florida is on a peninsula, no part of the state is far from the ocean. This also affects the climate, which is humid subtropical and tropical. The nickname of the state “Sunshine State.”

There is a lot of wildlife to see in Florida. Dolphins, different kind of whales, the Florida panther, otters, coyotes, foxes, opossums, rattlesnakes, various kinds of birds and many other animal kinds are to be seen in Florida.

Flora lovers can look forward to seeing various plants. The Florida Reef is the only coral barrier reef in the continental USA, and it extends into national parks, such as Dry Tortugas National Park, Biscayne National Park, or the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary.

There are also cool spots to see apart from the nature, such as Walt Disney World, Universal Studios, Legoland Florida, and lots of museums.


Fun facts about Florida

Florida has a unique atmosphere caused by the mix of many cultures. African, European, Latino, Asian, and other heritages influenced the country’s rich cuisine, architecture, and other areas.