Building Families, Nurturing Futures at Our Infertility Clinic

CFG was established in Los Angeles, California in 1987 by Dr. Michael Vermesh as the "USC Gynecology Group." The Center was relocated to Encino in 1990 where it was renamed the "Center for Fertility and Gynecology."

The newly renamed practice continued to enjoy exceptional success rates which helped to develop its reputation as one of the premiere fertility centers on the west coast. In 1996, the Center once again outgrew its physical plant and relocated to our current address at 18370 Burbank Blvd in Tarzana. With exceptional success rates and a willingness to treat even the most difficult cases, we have grown to become the largest fertility center in the San Fernando Valley, and have made tremendous strides in helping patients both locally and abroad, achieve their dreams of having families. In May of 2009, the office underwent its most recent reincarnation with a complete modernization and redecoration. The office now truly embodies the relaxed, professional and supportive manner in which we practice medicine.

We have remained and always will be true to our philosophy of providing cutting-edge medical care in an environment that supports each couple individually. Our physicians offer couples the best possible evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment of both female and male infertility in a patient-oriented, supportive setting. Non-traditional families are welcomed.

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Professional Affiliations

The Center for Fertility and Gynecology works in conjunction with the following organizations to help further fertility advancements:

American Association of Gynecologic Laparoscopists (AAGL) is a non-profit organization dedicated to women's health and the improvement of endoscopic surgery and research. Established in 1971, the society has been committed to the education of physicians and surgeons in the field of minimally-invasive gynecologic surgery.

American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) — with a membership of 40,000 physicians — is the nation's leading group of professionals providing health care for women. It is a private, voluntary, nonprofit membership organization.

American Medical Association (AMA) – Established in 1847, the AMA is one of America's oldest medical societies. As the national professional organization for all physicians, the AMA speaks out on issues important to patients and the nation's health, helping shape medical guidelines and practices.

American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) is an organization devoted to advancing knowledge and expertise in reproductive medicine and biology. The ASRM is a voluntary non-profit organization. Members must demonstrate the high ethical principles of the medical profession, evince an interest in reproductive medicine and biology, and adhere to the objectives of the Society.

Centers for Disease Control - Reproductive Health is a repository of news and information regarding the current state of reproductive medicine and practices. In the field of reproductive health, the CDC publishes yearly pregnancy success rates from registered fertility clinics nationwide. Because reproductive health issues are a focus of many projects within CDC, this site features information from various programs, not just the Division of Reproductive Health

College of American Pathologists is the principal organization of board-certified pathologists, serving and representing the interest of patients, pathologists, and the public by fostering excellence in the practice of pathology and laboratory medicine.

Pacific Coast Reproductive Society - A voluntary, nonprofit organization deeply rooted in the continuing education (CME) of professionals in Reproductive Medicine.

RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association is a nonprofit organization founded in 1974 by Barbara Eck Menning, is to provide timely, compassionate support and information to people who are experiencing infertility and to increase awareness of infertility issues through public education and advocacy.

Society for Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility (SREI) is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the growth, influence, and interests of the subspecialty of Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility. The society supports and nurtures new initiatives in basic and clinical research in the field or Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility.

The Seed Fertility Program is a self-study online course that addresses the physiological needs of the fertility cycle and provides daily guidance for patients who want to take a more proactive role in their fertility. Created in 2010 by fertility acupuncturist Danica Thornberry, The Seed Program teaches patients specific foods and behaviors to implement at specific times throughout the cycle for an improved outcome.