IVF Funding been fully utilized for the year ending March 31, 2019.  Mount Sinai is currently waiting on the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long Term Care to confirm funding for the next year starting April 1, 2019.  Based on previous...

In 2015, IUI treatments ceased to be funded by OHIP, and became part of the provincial Ontario Fertility Program (OFP). This change resulted in a limited allocation per year for funded IUI treatments. This year, the demand for IUI treatments exceeded...

Mount Sinai Fertility is happy to announce that we are reviewing our current process for scheduling Ontario Fertility Program funded IVF cycles in order to improve our wait times.  Recently, all of our current patients on the IVF waitlist were contacted with...

Thank you to everyone that supported us this weekend at the National Women’s Show! An unforgettable experience for us meeting all of you and being a part of the NWS!...

Mount Sinai Fertility is a Silver Sponsor for the event "An Evening of Hope" in the Great Hall at Hart House on Thursday, November 9th, 2017 hosted by Fertile Future. For more information, please refer to http://fertilefuture.ca/events-listing/an-evening-of-hope-toronto/ ...

**IMPORTANT DISCLAIMER: The answers presented in this FAQ were developed with expert input from the SOGC Infectious Disease committee and are current as of September 20th, 2017. Please visit the CATMAT statement for the most up to date information: http://www.phac-aspc.gc.ca/publicat/ccdr-rmtc/16vol42/dr-rm42-5/ar-01-eng.php?id=zika_virus_16_phac_catmat Unfortunately...

In the spirit of Pride Month, we are spotlighting some of Mount Sinai Fertility Clinic’s efforts to foster an inclusive environment, in particular, changes the clinic has implemented in order to become a more welcoming space for all members of...