Third Party Collaborative Reproduction

Sometimes it takes a village to have a child. Third-Party Collaborative Reproduction occurs when an intended parent or parents need some assistance from others to make their dream of adding a child to their family come true.

Third-Party Collaborative Reproduction can consist of:



Gestational Carriers


The process of collaborative reproduction is governed by the FDA and other government entities. There are extensive questionnaires, testing, consents and sometimes costs involved. There is a significant amount of administration, coordination and collaboration involved in this miraculous approach to family building. SpringCreek and our collaborative reproduction network is here to help guide you through the process. 

Collaborative Reproduction is an important approach to increasing families’ chances to experience the pregnancy and childbirth journey. There are many paths to parenthood and collaborative reproduction is the answer for many people. In the end, all of the work is worth it when the intended parent(s) hold their baby in their arms.

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Dear SpringCreek Family and Friends:

As of February 6th, 2022, here are the updated COVID guidelines:

  • Staff and employees are no longer required to wear a mask inside the building. If you feel more comfortable wearing a mask, feel free to do so. 
  • Please wear a mask if you have any cold or flu-like symptoms.

SpringCreek Fertility will continue to revise our policy to ensure we are parallel to the CDC recommendations.

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