Reproductive Medicine Associates of Northern California is San Francisco’s only fertility clinic in SOMA. We are conveniently located on Spear Street, in the heart of SOMA’s business and cultural center, not far from Mission Bay, South Beach and Embarcadero Center, making us an ideal location for area patients seeking fertility treatment.
As a global leader in fertility care, research and education, RMA offers a full range of fertility services – including In Vitro Fertilization (IVF), Intrauterine Insemination (IUI), and third party reproductive services (egg donor, sperm donor and gestational surrogacy) – to hopeful parents in San Francisco and surrounding areas. RMA’s highly-credentialed fertility specialists, Dr. Scott Morin, Dr. Jonathan Kort, and Dr. Daniel Kaser are committed to helping people from all walks of life–including aspiring single parents and members of the LGBTQ community–fulfill their dreams of starting and building a family.
RMA of Northern California’s modern facility is equipped with advanced diagnostic and treatment capabilities and an in-house IVF lab, giving patients access to all necessary fertility services under one roof. Since fertility treatment requires multiple visits, this one-stop convenience, along with our central location, allows for a less stressful patient experience. In addition, we offer flexible appointment times, early morning physician ultrasounds and evening hours for first-time visits.
SOMA locals can walk, bike, BART, car share, or drive to our fertility clinic. For those coming from farther away, we are close to major highways and the San Francisco/Oakland Bay Bridge, allowing us to also serve patients from Alameda, Oakland, and surrounding areas.
RMA of Northern California is part of the RMA Network, which recently celebrated 20 years of helping build families, with over 40,000 babies delivered. RMA has helped pioneer some of the biggest research and clinical breakthroughs in reproductive medicine, as part of its mission to improve patient outcomes.
Invested in science, dedicated to excellence and inspired by patients, RMA is where life begins.
150 Spear St., Suite 500
San Francisco, California 94105
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This clinic is new and does not yet have success statistics.
Everything counts, it is a team effort. At Reproductive Medicine Associates of Northern California, we believe a patient’s success can be directly attributed to the fertility clinic that they choose. Our network of RMA centers have achieved unparalleled success rates in the US due to medical and technological advancements in the field of reproductive medicine.
At RMA Northern California, we offer a wide variety of proven fertility treatments such as In Vitro Fertilization (IVF), Intrauterine Insemination (IUI), and Third-Party Reproduction Services. With a full range of diagnostic and treatment services available to patients, our research-driven specialists are committed to helping hopeful parents build families one baby at a time. To learn more about the fertility treatments offered by RMA Northern California, please visit the pages below.
Reproductive Medicine Associates of Northern California is in network with most major insurance plans that offer coverage for fertility benefits, and we offer financial coordinators who will work with you to confirm your benefits before your first visit. We’ll help you navigate the complexities of the process and provide basic guidelines that will help you understand your options.
RMA Northern California participates in several insurance plans, including:
Additional Fertility Benefits:
RMA Northern California is a preferred clinic partner of the following Fertility Financing groups:
Navigating the world of fertility benefits can be confusing and overwhelming–to speak to an RMA Northern California Financial Counselor about how to optimize your coverage, call us at 415-603-6999.
Each patient who visits Reproductive Medicine Associates of Northern California is directed to complete and submit a medical intake form. These medical histories allow our physicians to make the most accurate assessments of your fertility status and devise the most appropriate treatment plans. Please select the intake form that most accurately reflects you as a patient. For instance, if you are struggling to conceive for the first time or have experienced multiple miscarriages, please select the Female Medical Intake form. If you are interested in Egg Freezing, please select the Elective Fertility Preservation form. If you are seeking our services as a couple, each partner in the couple must complete his or her own intake form.
Please complete the appropriate forms and return them to our office 1-2 weeks before your new patient appointment. They may be faxed to 415-644-0124 or dropped off in person. If you would like to send them electronically, please contact our patient liaison team for a secure email link at 415-603-6999.
FEMALE INTAKE FORM
This is the Female Intake Form, depending on your health history. It should take you between five to ten minutes to complete.
MALE INTAKE FORM
This is the Male Intake Form, depending on your health history. It should take you between five to ten minutes to complete.
This form collects your basic demographic information. It should take five to ten minutes to complete.
TRANSGENDER INTAKE FORM
This is the Transgender Intake Form. It should take five to ten minutes to complete.
ELECTIVE FERTILITY PRESERVATION INTAKE FORM
This is the Elective Fertility Preservation Intake Form. It should take five to ten minutes to complete.
MEDICAL FERTILITY PRESERVATION INTAKE FORM
This is the Medical Fertility Preservation Intake Form. It should take five to ten minutes to complete.
As you know, waiting for an appointment to begin fertility treatment can be stressful, so we ask you to be considerate of other patients who are waiting for their appointment with Reproductive Medicine Associates of Northern California. To ensure every patient is satisfied, here at Reproductive Medicine Associates of Northern California, we have developed guidelines for canceling and rescheduling new patient appointments. Please review the following and call the patient liaison department at 415-603-6999 with any questions: If it becomes necessary for you to cancel your appointment, we require at least 48 hour notice, so that we can contact other patients who may be able to take your scheduled appointment. If you do not contact us, Reproductive Medicine Associates of Northern California can bill you for the missed visit.
CANCELLATION RESCHEDULE POLICY
If you have cancelled your appointment three times, Reproductive Medicine Associates of Northern California will ask you to complete a Credit Card Authorization Form for payment. This will ensure us of your commitment to your next rescheduled visit. You will be charged for the initial consultation fee and when you come in for your consultation, you will be reimbursed this fee minus your co-pay.
You can use this portal to make payments on existing statements or to submit payment on your account for future services. After entering your name and payment amount below, you will be redirected to our secure payment page where you will be asked to complete a simple form to submit payment. We ask that you fill out the requested information completely, including a valid e-mail address and daytime contact phone number.
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Please note: You are making an online payment to RMA Northern California. If your payment is submitted under the wrong account it will delay the processing of your payment.
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