Getting Started

Getting Started with PFC - Just 3 Steps to Success!

How to Choose an Egg Donor

Do you need an egg donor? For those considering the possibility of egg donation, we have put together the following steps to help guide patients through the donor selection process and to ensure that we make best use of our patients valuable time.

Step one. Establish an account to view our egg donor database.

Create Database Account

Step two. Schedule an appointment with a Pacific Fertility Center Physician.

We offer complimentary telephone appointments or you can choose to meet with a physician in person.

Request an In Office Visit     Request a Telephone Consult

Step three. Meet with our egg donor specialists.

Once a patient has met with a Pacific Fertility Center Physician, our staff will assist them in scheduling a time to speak with our team of donor specialists:        

  • Marriage and Family Therapist (M.F.T.). Our M.F.T. is here to offer guidance and support throughout the journey. This appointment will offer insight about issues to consider as the recipient of donor eggs as well as information on selecting a donor.
  • Clinical Coordinator. This appointment is to start the process of coordinating the recipient’s treatment cycle with the donor’s treatment cycle. This is also a time to go over testing required for the recipient, their partner, and donor in order to coordinate your cycle.
  • Financial Coordinator. Our financial coordinators are available to answer questions about the cost of treatment and how our financial services can be utilized. IVF fees for treatment cycle are in addition to PFC EDA fees for an egg donor.  Learn more about our Financial Team.

When should I meet with PFC's Egg Donor Agency?

At any point during our patient’s journey here at PFC, they are welcome to set up an appointment with our Egg Donor Agency. Special care and attention is taken by our in-house Egg Donor Agency staff to help guide our patients through the process, from beginning to end.