Women who are interested in oocyte donation may choose to be a Known or Anonymous donor. If you are interested in becoming an egg donor please click the button below and fill out the application.Become an Egg Donor
20 Years of SuccessSince 1995, we have been an innovator in infertility treatment, and now genetics care, and have helped thousands of patients worldwide realize their dreams of starting a family.
Why to Choose Us?Why is The Center for Reproductive Health (CRH) likely to be the best suited Tennessee fertility clinic for you?
Thousands of pregnancies and births have been achieved by CRH patients.
Dr. Vazquez Certification
The fertility-specific expertise of Dr. Jaime Vasquez who is subspecialty certified in Reproductive and Endocrinology & Infertility and with vast expertise in Assisted Reproductive Technologies
The private, Nashville fertility center where you experience unparalleled therapy excellence combined with doctor, and an entire staff, offering personal compassion, supporting you every step of the way.
A private, boutique, fertility center where you'll never "feel like a number" unlike the experience at some impersonal fertility clinics. The CRH team knows your name and provides a supportive environment where you immediately become part of a family, rooting you on to success.
Access to the latest fertility therapeutic developments including the most advanced, corrective surgical options when required.
If needed, multiple financial institutions standing by to craft plans to make your investment in life as comfortable as the care you receive at CRH.
Become an Egg Donor
We are proud to offer a thriving egg donation program in which women struggling with infertility can become successful with the help from donated eggs.Read More
Egg freezing is an option for women who wish to preserve their fertility at an age when their eggs are most viable. We recommend women freeze their eggs in their 20’s or by the age of 35.Read More
Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis technology can also be used to determine the sex of the embryo prior to the transfer into the uterus. For couples who already have at least one child.Read More