Your chances of getting pregnant or sustaining a pregnancy may be hampered by gynecological issues such as tubal disease, endometriosis, ovulation problems; anatomical abnormalities in the uterus such as endometrial polyps, uterine septum and fibroids; or a tubal ligation.
Reproductive specialists at PAMF use the latest surgical strategies to improve your body’s ability to bear a child. These board-certified reproductive endocrinologists complete extensive training in reproductive surgery, microsurgery and laparoscopic techniques. Your doctor will strive to find the least invasive solution to your medical issue so that you can recover quickly and move forward in your goal to start a family.
If your procedure requires overnight recovery, you’ll receive care at one of our regional partner hospitals; minimal-recovery treatments take place at an outpatient surgical center.
Directly next to PAMF’s embryology lab and fertility offices in San Jose/Los Gatos, Surgery Center San Jose offers care before, during and after outpatient surgical procedures. If you’re receiving IVF through PAMF Fertility, your procedure will be done here. Surgery Center San Jose received accreditation by the Institute for Medical quality, demonstrating adherence to the highest standards of quality care.
This patient-centered, state-of-the-art ambulatory facility, located at PAMF’s Palo Alto campus, recently received a 95th percentile rating for patient satisfaction in a national survey administered by Press Ganey.
Rated the most productive Bay Area freestanding surgery center by the San Jose Business Journal, this site performs more than 26,000 outpatient procedures annually. Accredited by the Institute for Medical Quality for exemplifying the highest levels of care, Mountain View’s physicians, anesthesiologists, nurses and support staff are wholly dedicated to providing you with exemplary and compassionate service.
Special staff members dedicated to assisting new fertility patients can answer any questions you may have and will alert you to the forms and other information you’ll need to provide in advance of your first appointment. This information will give your doctor important details relevant to your reproductive care.