Reproductive Clinic of Zurab Sabakhtarasvili
Reproductive Clinic of Zurab Sabakhtarasvili is a fertility centre that operates its surrogacy program in Georgia. Prof Arsen Gvenetadze, Dr Ketevan Tukhashvili and Dr Lela Iremadze are the primary physicians at the clinic.
311 Babies Delivered
Reproductive Clinic of Zurab Sabakhtarasvili has welcomed 311 children in 2017 alone.
25 Years Experience
Reproductive Clinic of Zurab Sabakhtarasvili doctors have 25 years shared experience in Surrogacy and Infertility. With over 500 egg donation procedures and 2500 treatment cycles a year, the breadth of clinical experience and years of research have has translated into scientific breakthroughs and the highest fertility success rates.
52% Success Rate
Reproductive Clinic of Zurab Sabakhtarasvili has a 52% live birth success rate. This is the likelihood of having a “take-home baby” after one IVF cycle.
Reproductive Clinic of Zurab Sabakhtarasvili is a fertility centre that operates its surrogacy program in Georgia. Prof Arsen Gvenetadze, Dr Ketevan Tukhashvili and Dr Lela Iremadze are the primary physicians at the clinic. In addition to their working at the Zurab Sabakhtarasvili clinic all the physicians have key roles, in various fields of fertility and gynaecology in Georgia’s largest and best hospitals and universities. Being senior physicians and as heads of departments, they have gained years of experience and highly respected reputations. The equipment and infrastructure is of exceptional quality and all medical procedures follow the highest western standards.
Prof. Arsen Gvenetadze, MD, PhD
Professor Arsen Gvenetadze has been the President of the Georgian Society for Gynaecologic Endoscopy since 2005 and is the General Director of Reproductive Clinic of Zurab Sabakhtarasvili in Tbilisi, Georgia. He is the author of books and academic papers in the field of gynaecology and IVF. He is a medical doctor and the holder of a PhD and an Associate Professor at Tbilisi State University. He regular attends and presents at congresses across Europe and North America.
Dr. Ketevan Tukhashvili, MD, PhD
Head of IVF, Zurab Sabakhtarashvili
Dr. Lela Iremadze
Obstetrician IVF doctor
Why we have a Georgian surrogacy program
We have developed Georgia surrogacy programs for 3 simple reasons:
Flexible programs – frozen embryos, own cycle or egg donor, available to couples not legally married.
The fixed costs of the program ensures transparency and financial certainty for the IPs.
The legal process is tried and tested and clearly protects the rights of intended parents. Birth certificates are issued within 24 hours of visiting the administrative centre.
Western standards of medicine, including clinics, equipment and medical experts.
In the past 7 years of dealing with international surrogacy clients I have recommended parenting orders for Australian IPs and explained how they are important when things go wrong. Although all my clients have obtained affidavits from their surrogates many have decided not to subsequently proceed with the Application for parenting orders. Today I learned […]
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We have a significant number of Asian egg donors who are available to travel for egg collection in either surrogacy programs or your own IVF cycles. Our egg donors include Chinese, Thai, Vietnamese from a range of south-east Asian countries. They are able to commence their medication protocols in their home towns and travel as […]