Thank you for your interest in the Donor Egg Program here at Columbia Fertility Associates.
The following information explains what the program entails and how you may become involved, should you decide to do so.
- Step 1: Physician Consultation
- Step 2: Meet With Our Donor Egg Coordinator
- Step 3: Participating In Program
For current IVF Patients interested in participating in the Donor Egg Program, please schedule an appointment with your Physician for a Donor Egg Consult by calling:
- Washington, DC office: (202) 293-6567
- Bethesda, MD office: (301) 897-8850
- Arlington, VA office: (703) 525-4776
For New Patients interested in learning more about our Donor Egg Program, please call our Washington, DC office at (202) 293-6567 to register with us as a new patient, and to choose your new Physician.
After your initial consult with your Physician, you will meet with the Donor Egg Coordinator to go over the specifics of the program and how we help match you with one of our donors.
You will also meet with our financial counselor who can discuss with you the fees associated with the Donor Egg Program.
At the end of that consult, you will be directed to set up an appointment with our licensed clinical social worker for a one hour appointment to go over a variety of topics associated with undergoing Anonymous Egg Donation.
Upon entry into the program, we will identify the screening blood work and cultures you will need, and any additional exams that will be needed to ensure a safe and promising cycle.
Once you are matched with a donor and your cycles are aligned based on the last menstrual periods respectively, the process will take approximately 6 weeks.
Consult with Physician about the Donor Egg Program
Initial Meeting with the Donor Egg Coordinator
Consult with the Financial Counselor (payment due prior to cycle start)
Meeting with our Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Entrance approval by the Donor Egg Committee
Consult with Donor Egg Coordinator to match with Donor
Calendars are created based on the Donor and Recipient menstrual cycles
- Cycling begins for donor and recipient
Please visit the links located on this page to find additional information which will be helpful to you:
If you have other questions please call our Donor Egg Coordinator at (202) 552-2838 .