CARE Surrogacy Georgia

ACHIEVE YOUR DREAMS OF PARENTHOOD WITH CARE GEORGIA

The world’s most exclusive surrogacy network just got more enviable. Located at the crossroads of Western Asia and Eastern Europe, CARE Surrogacy Center in Tbilisi, Georgia is renowned for its beloved presence of unspoiled support and affordability. CARE Georgia is poised to take its place as a truly world-class destination for your family building options.

DREAMS OF PARENTHOOD COME TRUE

With advanced surrogacy options guaranteed to stir the senses, CARE enhances your family building journey with exclusive packages, including IVF with Surrogacy, egg donation, and sperm donation.

Our CARE journey coordinator, Ayse Saracoglu, is available to assist you every step of the way.

Begin Your Journey With Confidence.

    Infertility (IVF)

  • Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) Ask
  • Egg Donation and Adoption Ask
  • Embryo Freezing Ask
  • Frozen Embryo Transfer Cycle (FET) Ask
  • ICSI (Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection) Ask
  • IUI (Artificial Insemination) Ask
  • IVF (In Vitro Fertilization) Ask
  • Male Infertility treatments Ask
  • Natural Cycle with ICSI Ask
  • Sperm Donation Ask
  • Surrogacy Ask

Dr. Natalia Khonelidze, CARE Georgia Clinical Director

Dr. Gia Tsagareishvili, Clinical Director

Dr. Ketevan Osidze, CARE Obstetrics-Gynecologist, Reproductologist

Dr. Maia Koiava, CARE Chief Embryologist

Dr. Nani Marsagishvili, Obstetrics-Gynecologist, Reproductologist

Dr. Ani Morchiladze , Obstetrician/ Gynecologist

Dr. Teona Antia, Embryologist

Ayse (Amy) Saracoglu

Gogita Karanadze

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