When searching for a fertility clinic for in vitro fertilization, one of the most critical factors to consider is that of IVF cost in NYC. Here at New Hope, ensuring the accessibility and affordability of our fertility treatments for all patients is a top priority. We collaborate with financing partners and provide frequent promotional opportunities, making it more convenient than ever to save on your fertility journey.

How much is IVF?

It’s not really fair to give a singular IVF cost figure, given there is no one-size-fits-all price. The cost of IVF varies widely and depends on several factors, including geographic location, specific treatments required, clinic success rates, and any additional procedures or medications needed.

However, on average, IVF can range from a few thousand dollars to tens of thousands of dollars per cycle. The initial consultation, fertility testing, medications, and laboratory fees contribute to the overall expense. Additionally, some couples may need multiple IVF cycles to achieve a successful pregnancy, further impacting the total cost.

IVF Cost Calculator

Understanding IVF costs is tricky, especially before considering coverage options. Nevertheless, we’ve simplified the process with our simulation tool and IVF cost calculator. Utilize the drop-down menu and toggles to explore different pricing scenarios. Keep in mind that this tool is illustrative and may not precisely mirror your treatment plan or cost breakdown.

Can insurance cover IVF?

Several insurance plans provide partial coverage for infertility treatments, which may include restrictions on the number of cycles or a lifetime limit on total treatment expenses. At New Hope Fertility Center, we collaborate with our patients to determine the extent of IVF insurance coverage and understand the specifics of their individual plans. It’s important to note that federal laws, rather than state laws, govern plans for those with self-funded insurance, rendering certain mandates, like the NY fertility mandate, inapplicable.

What financial assistance options are available to help with the IVF cost in NYC?

Private Insurance – New Hope accepts most major carriers and plans. If you are unsure what fertility treatment our specific insurance covers, we recommend contacting your provider directly!

  • Aetna
  • Blue Cross/ Blue Shield
  • Cigna
  • GHI
  • United Healthcare
  • Oxford Health Plans

NYS Infertility Demonstration Program

  • This program subsidizes higher-level infertility treatments IVF and GIFT (gamete intrafallopian transfer) for privately insured women for whom these procedures are not covered by insurance.
  • This program also includes a subsidy for testicular sperm extraction (TESE).
  • Requirements:
  • 21-44 years old
  • New York state resident
  • A total household income of less than $200,000
  • Covered by commercial insurance (not Medicaid or Medicare)
  • Your medical history should include four cycles of ovulation induction with or without insemination unless you have documented tubal disease or documented severe male factor infertility.
  • You are not eligible for the grant if you have had three or more failed in vitro fertilization (IVF) cycles.

To know more about New Hope’s costs, please visit our IVF cost page.

​​Ultimately, the total expenditure on IVF is contingent on individual circumstances, medical needs, and the specific choices made during the fertility treatment journey. Consulting with a healthcare professional and the fertility clinic’s financial counselor can provide more accurate estimates tailored to one’s unique situation.

Why New Hope?

New Hope Fertility Center is home to world-renowned fertility specialists. We custom-design fertility treatment per individual to increase the chances of a successful pregnancy. Our specialists believe in putting the patient first and being with them through every step of the fertility journey. Our team is well-versed in helping women of all ages reach their fertility goals, and we are passionate about educating and supporting our patients throughout their journey. New Hope is the right place for you if you want compassionate fertility care. Call us at (347) 970-8479 or schedule your initial consultation today!