GoStork Launches First Customizable Fertility Clinic Marketplace

New, Free Platform Offers Personalized Options For Fertility Consumers

NEW YORK, July 27, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — GoStork, the first marketplace where fertility patients find, compare, and connect with top fertility providers today announces the launch of its Fertility Clinic Marketplace. This first-of-its-kind platform takes a data driven, customized approach to matching fertility consumers with clinics based on their age, budget, personal needs and unique fertility journey. With this new technology, GoStork simplifies what has historically been a complex and time-consuming process to navigate. The new Fertility Clinic Marketplace, which is free to use, extends GoStork’s offerings which already includes surrogacy agencies, egg donor agencies and fertility financing, as well as one-on-one, personalized concierge services.

Approximately 1 in 6 couples seek fertility assistance in order to start or grow their families. This may include male-female couples who will encounter infertility as well as same-sex couples and single parents for whom fertility treatments are essential. Further, the number of women preserving their fertility via egg freezing increased by 50% between 2016 and 2018 and has continued to grow rapidly throughout the pandemic. GoStork’s Fertility Clinic Marketplace is inclusive of all fertility consumers. It works by guiding them through a questionnaire, which gathers information such as the patient’s age, fertility history, and whether they require an egg donor, sperm donor, or gestational carrier or wish to freeze their eggs. The platform then matches the fertility consumer with their ideal fertility clinics based on the clinic’s experience, costs and success rate data for the individual’s particular age and journey. Fertility consumers also have the ability to see each clinic’s treatment package pricing upfront, as well as chat with and book consultation calls with them directly through the platform.

“We are thrilled to launch our new Fertility Clinic Marketplace. This is such a unique tool for both fertility patients and clinics because it personalizes the research process by cross-referencing essential patient information with both CDC and Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology (SART) data related to partnering fertility clinics,” says Eran Amir, Founder and CEO of GoStork. “When a GoStork user books their consultation with a clinic, not only are they a good match but they are entering the conversation from a more informed and empowered standpoint. For the first time ever, fertility patients can understand how many other patients like them – ie. in their age group and with similar needs and background – went to, and achieved success at, each clinic”

GoStork’s newest marketplace launches partnered with clinics representing over 100 locations across the US. Top clinics already on GoStork include San Diego Fertility Center, the Boston IVF Network, Pacific Fertility Center Los Angeles, Idaho Center for Reproductive Medicine, New England Fertility, and more.

Clinic profiles include:

  • Services offered, doctors’ bios, accreditations and research
  • A detailed cost breakdown for each treatment offered at each clinic
  • Cycle volume and live birth rates customized to patient’s personalized fertility journey
  • Clinic success rates distilled from CDC and SART data matched with the fertility consumers specific age and needs, a feature only available on GoStork’s platform
  • HIPAA-compliant direct messaging and appointment booking system

The marketplace doesn’t only benefit fertility patients. It’s a benefit for the entire fertility industry and a very welcome development amongst fertility providers. “For intended parents, researching surrogacy and egg donation and finding a fertility clinic can be exhausting. New England Fertility Institute was excited to join GoStork because the site and content make it so much easier to compare options and connect directly with providers. Any tool that makes a patient’s fertility journey less stressful is a valuable one.” said Dr. Gad Lavy, Founder and Medical Director of New England Fertility, “And, like our clinic, GoStork works with patients all over the world, so it’s a win-win: Intended parents everywhere can quickly and easily find the information they need, and New England Fertility is among the providers they learn about.”

GoStork’s vision is for anyone with a dream to start a family to have access to an inclusive, trusted, transparent resource that supports their path to parenthood. With the launch of their Fertility Clinic Marketplace, GoStork has built an unparalleled resource for individuals and couples who find themselves navigating their fertility journey – whether that includes egg donation, surrogacy, fertility loans and, now, fertility clinics. GoStork has experienced 260% growth year over year.

For more information please visit GoStork.com or reach out to Rebecca Hochreiter
CMO, GoStork
[email protected]

About GoStork
Launched in June 2020, GoStork is the leading fertility marketplace where fertility patients can find, compare and connect with top fertility providers, including fertility clinics, surrogacy agencies, egg donors from various egg donor agencies and fertility financing options, all in one simple process. Built by an intended parent for intended parents, GoStork leverages proprietary technology paired with thorough human vetting of fertility providers to continuously expand the first ever marketplace in the fertility industry. GoStork is based in New York, New York.

Media Contact

Rebecca Hochreiter, GoStork, 1 (718) 909-8923, [email protected]

 

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