1. Home
  2. »
  3. New York
  4. »
  5. Syracuse
  6. »
Contact Information
195 Intrepid Ln, Syracuse, NY 13205
Phone: 844-315-2229


Total Number of IVF Cycles

Clinic Success RatesReport
During The Year2019
Medical DirectorRobert J. Kiltz, MD
Total Number IVF Cycles9536
Total IVF Cycles at Age<353,849
Total IVF Cycles at Age 35-371,688
Total IVF Cycles at Age 38-401,736
Total IVF Cycles at Age>402,263

Nondonor Eggs IVF Success Rates

Nondonor Eggs Success RatesAge <35Age 35-37Age 38-40Age >40
Number of transfers1,703595499353
Ave number transfers1.
Live Birth Rates35.3%26.6%20.6%8.2%

Donor IVF Success Rates

Donor Success RatesDonor, Fresh emb, Fresh eggDonor, Fresh emb, Frozen eggDonor, Frozen embryoDonated embryo
Number of transfers2515266546
Live Birth Rates32.0%18.4%29.5%30.4%

Rates of IVF Cycle Characteristics

Rates of characteristicsAge <35Age 35-37Age 38-40Age >40
IVF using gestational carrier0.9%1.3%1.1%1.5%
IVF using frozen embryos77.4%76.2%75.4%74.2%
IVF with ICSI94.5%94.8%92.6%86.0%
IVF with PGT8.3%9.8%10.2%7.8%

Why choose CNY Fertility Center

CNY Fertility Center provides all-inclusive infertility treatments to a worldwide clientele. The center has four office locations in Central New York including Syracuse, Albany, Buffalo and Rochester.CNY Fertility Centers are known for their exemplary and effective fertility solutions for their patients. The center emphasizes reproductive immunology when treating cases of recurrent pregnancy loss. The same is also applied to address previous unsuccessful IVF treatment and unexplained infertility

Team of Doctors

Robert J. KiltzDr. Kiltz is the Founder and Director of CNY Fertility Center. He has board certification in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility and holds credentials from the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology.Dr. Kiltz's areas of expertise include ART, laparoscopic surgery plus minimally invasive procedures, endometriosis, gynecology and repeated pregnancy loss.Michael P. GrossmanDr. Grossman works from the Albany CNY Fertility location. He is also board certified by the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility.Dr. Grossman's expertise lies in the fields of POF, PCOS and third party reproduction.Edward C. DitkoffDr. Ditkoff has board certification in Reproductive Endocrinology and has been working in this field since 1992. He is also a fellow of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology and a member of the American Society of Reproductive Sciences.Dr. Ditkoff specializes in all fields of ART, ovulation dysfunction as well as operative hysteroscopy.Armando ArroyoDr. Arroyo has board certification in Obstetrics and Gynecology as well as in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility. He works from the CNY Fertility???s Rochester and Buffalo locations.David R. CorleyDr. Corley has board certification in both and Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility as well as in Obstetrics and Gynecology. His experience in the related fields spans over 24 of services.

Services and Procedures

Once patients have been consulted and tested, the physicians at CNY Fertility Centers will identify potential factors affecting a couple's infertility. Based on the results, treatment options are recommended on specific needs.It is important to remember that not all patients require advanced infertility treatments as their first course of action. Instead, they can start from simpler treatments and track their progress from there. Some of the basic and advanced treatment options available at CNY Fertility Centers include the following:Fertility Medications and InjectionsThere are a number of fertility medication options that are available at CNY Fertility Centers. A combination of medications may allow patients to ovulate empirically or injectable medications may be used for IVF and IUI cycles. Basically, treatment of this kind is administered to improve the hormonal environment of the patient.The specialists at CNY fertility Centers supervise the mixing of medication and injections, which can be otherwise overwhelming for patients. Step-by-step information on administering medications correctly is available through video instruction.IUI or Intrauterine InseminationThis is a treatment option where prepared sperm is placed within the uterus around the time of ovulation. This treatment is most often recommended for patients with a compromised sperm count, abnormal sperm or marginal motility.IVFThis is perhaps the most practiced infertility treatment avaialble. It is performed as an outpatient procedure where the patient is given medication to stimulate ovaries. Then her eggs are aspirated, collected in a dish and inseminated. Insemination may be conventional where sperm and eggs are placed in a dash and allowed to fertilize on their own. Or insemination may be administered via ICSI where an individual sperm is injected directly into the egg.SurgerySurgical procedures are sometimes administered to view or correct uterine abnormalities. The same can be done to explore other organs in the pelvic area. Types of surgery done at CNY Fertility Centers include

  • Laparoscopy
  • Hysteroscopy
  • Ovarian drilling
  • Myomectomy

Donor ProgramThis program is recommended for patients who exhibit a lack of eggs or sperm, or those whose eggs or sperm do not develop into viable embryos. Such individuals or couples can look for donor eggs or sperm to carry a successful pregnancy.Other candidates for this option can include women who no longer produce eggs. Male patients who have severe sperm abnormalities can also benefit.Another alternative in the donor program allows couples left with extra fertilized eggs to either freeze them or give them up for donation.Lab ServicesThe lab services at CNY Fertility locations excel in performance and result delivery. Centers provide embryology, andrology and endocrinology lab services on location. This facilitates result retrieval and diagnosis for patients.LGBT OptionsWith the help of its donor program, CNY Fertility Centers are able to accommodate services for the LGBT community. Options are available for each family situation, whether it is a gay couple, a lesbian couple or transgender individuals.Donor coordinators at CNY Fertility Centers work with individuals or couples to find a treatment option that best fits their needs.Natural Fertility ProgramIndividuals or couples who wish to start a family but want to have their fertility assessed can consider CNY Fertility???s Natural Fertility Program. The program includes testing options such as bloodwork, ultrasound, semen analysis and HSG.Based on results, CNY Fertility specialists can devise a natural fertility plan for patients.

Financial Options

Besides participating with and accepting most insurance plans, CNY Fertility Center offers different financing options.Affordable IVF Cycles Pricing

IVF Monitoring$825
One Cycle$3,900
Two Cycles$7,300
Three Cycles$10,700

IUI pricing

Letrozole Cycle or Natural Cycle Monitoring$700
(FSH) Injectable Cycle Monitoring$825
Intrauterine insemination$325

Fresh Egg Donor IVF Cycle Pricing

6 fresh eggs- mature$12,000 ?¡® Fresh Embryo Transfer
6 fresh eggs- mature$9,000 ?¡® Freeze ALL Embryos
Extra eggs(mature) may be purchased$2,000 for each mature egg

Banked Eggs Donor IVF Cycle Pricing

6 frozen eggs$9,000
Extra frozen eggs may be purchased$1,500 for each egg

Embryo Donation Cycle Pricing

  • Embryo Donation Fee is $3,000

Price includes 3 to 6 frozen embryos. Also included are oocyte and sperm donor testing.Fertility Preservation Pricing

Egg Banking$1,900
Oocyte, Sperm and Embryo storage$350 annually
Sperm freezing$165 for every visit
Embryo Banking$2,900
6 banked eggs$9,000

CNY FERTILITY (SYRACUSE, NY) Services and Profile

Services and profileYes/No
Whether clinic has donor egg programYes
Whether clinic has embryo cryopreservation programYes
Whether clinic has donated embryo programYes
Whether clinic has egg cryopreservation programYes
Clinic services for using gestational carriersYes
Whether clinic is SART memberYes
Embryo laboratory accreditation statusYes

* IVF success reports are based on the latest CDC data published in April 2021 (Preliminary 2019 Data).
* Learn about success rate and definition. Read: What Is IVF Success Rate?