St. Luke's is home to some of the world's most groundbreaking, leading-edge therapies for infertility and reproductive issues.
St. Luke's comprehensive obstetrical and gynecological care includes a wide range of reproductive health services including evaluation, diagnosis and treatment for reproductive disorders and pregnancy issues. Services are provided by an experienced medical team, including physicians specializing in obstetrics and gynecology, urology, reproductive endocrinology and reproductive surgery.
Physicians specializing in reproductive and fertility services including in vitro fertilization, assisted reproductive techniques and micro-surgery, work closely with embryologists, registered nurses, genetic counselors, a dedicated surgical team and other support staff to provide an integrated and personalized approach for each patient.
Female Fertility Services
Other Female Services
In Vitro Fertilization Services
Male Fertility Services
The following specialists work closely together as members of the IVF and infertility services team at St. Luke's Hospital and provide specific areas of expertise to assist patients with other needs.
Sherman J. Silber, MD, Medical Director of Infertility Services at St. Luke's
Infertility Center of St. Louis
224 S. Woods Mill Road
Suite 730 South
Chesterfield, MO 63017
Dr. Silber, Medical Director of Infertility Services at St. Luke's, is a world-renowned fertility specialist and micro-surgeon. He practices at the Infertility Center of St. Louis, which has been part of St. Luke's Hospital for more than 35 years.
Michael DeRosa, MD
Allied Associates in OB/GYN
621 S. New Ballas Road
Tower A, Suite 101
St. Louis, MO 63141
Dr. Michael DeRosa is board certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology. He has many years of experience in reproductive surgery and IVF.
Many of the major infertility procedures popularized around the world were originally developed at the Infertility Center of St. Louis and it has been featured regularly in national and international media. The TODAY Show filmed the first live IVF treatment at St. Luke's Hospital in September 2013.