Fertility clinics & centers in Georgia, United States

Clinics found: 20

More information about IVF clinics in Georgia










Features: Private

Certification:




Features: Private

Certification: SART certified



Atlanta Center for Reproductive Medicine


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 Georgia

The fertility clinics in Georgia offer various kinds of infertility treatment, such as In Vitro Fertilization, egg donation, surrogacy, embryo donation / adoption and other kinds of therapy and surgery.


General Information about Georgia

Georgia is a southern state. Despite being the 24th largest in area, it is the 8th most populous one. It borders Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Florida, and Alabama.

Atlanta is both the state’s capital and the largest city. Other big cities include Augusta, Columbus, and Macon.


History of Georgia

Before European settled in the area, the territory that we called Georgia was inhabited by Natives.

Georgia was founded in 1733 as a British colony and named after King George II of Great Britain. In 1742, Georgia was invaded by the Spanish. In 1752, Georgia became a crown colony, meaning its governor was appointed by the king.

On January 2, 1788, it became the fourth state to ratify the Constitution.

In 1829, gold was discovered in the North Georgia mountains, which led to the Georgia Gold Rush. This caused a big wave of white immigration and as a result, the Indian Removal Act was signed. The forced relocation of Natives that followed led to the death of thousands of Cherokees.


Georgia - Quick guide

The landscape of Georgia is very diverse. In the north, you can see the Blue Ridge Mountains, a part of the Appalachian Mountains. There is also the Piedmont plateau. Most of the state has a humid subtropical climate.

There are many special trees and plants growing in Georgia, such as the red cedar, different kinds of pines, oaks, cypress, yellow jasmine and mountain laurel. As for fauna, you may observe the white-tailed deer, the northern mockingbird, salamanders, various fish, and more.

Popular places to visit include the Providence Canyon State Park, Radium Springs Garden, Warm Springs, or Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge.


Fun facts about Georgia

One of the most famous Georgians was Martin Luther King, Jr., a 20th century civil rights movement leader.



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