Become a MyEggBank affiliate to give your intended parents access to the premier network of donor egg banks and practices. MyEggBank gives aspiring families access to the most diverse selection of donors, and joining us means becoming part of network of more than 190 clinics as committed as we are to helping aspiring parents build their families.
Innovators in reproductive care, MyEggBank not only invented the preservation technology that most clinics use today, but we are also one of the only U.S-based options for donor eggs that offers synchronous donation, sometimes referred to as “fresh” egg donation. By expanding options you can provide your patients, including asynchronous or “frozen” donation, you’re empowering them with more control over their fertility journey.
Diverse egg donor database
MyEggBank offers the largest selection of donor eggs in North America, and our rigorous screening process helps ensure your patients can choose from a pool of donors who have been through thorough clinical assessments and represent diverse racial and ethnic backgrounds. By giving your patients access to our donor database, you’re improving their chances at finding the perfect match for their chosen family.
Clinics that partner with MyEggBank may opt in to training their embryologists in our innovative cryopreservation protocols to better understand our methodologies and educate their patients on our processes.
There’s no up-front cost to become a MyEggBank affiliate, nor do we request exclusivity. To learn more about joining MyEggBank’s network of affiliate clinics, contact us today or call 1-866-537-8642.
“MyEggBank’s large selection of pre-screened egg donors is wonderful for our patients—it’s really increased their choices. Since the eggs come to our clinic, patients aren’t limited to choosing a donor from the same geographic area.”— Vicki Loveland, RMA of Long Island
“We have the highest regard for the team at MyEggBank, who are continuing the daily pursuit of excellence. They have been generous in sharing their technical expertise with us, and also share our clinical sensibilities and our focus on perfection.”— John Garrisi, Ph.D., The Institute for Reproductive Medicine and Science at Saint Barnabas