Dr. David Harari, M.D.
President, Chief Medical Officer
As a board-certified OB/GYN since 1986, Dr. Harari has treated many infertile couples over his career, utilizing surgical technologies such as robotics and minimally invasive procedures for the treatment of endometriosis, fibroids, and other gynecologic conditions. He has been instrumental in helping thousands of couples build the family of their dreams through both IVF and surrogacy.
Dr. Harari completed his residency at Scripps Mercy Medical Center in San Diego and has served on numerous committees at both Mercy and Sharp hospitals. He was a member of the Sharp Mary Birch OBGYN Supervisory Committee and the Minimally Invasive Surgical Committee of Excellence. He is currently a member of the American College of OBGYN and American Association of Gynecologic Laparoscopy.
Dr. Harari is an expert in helping patients with infertility who wish to use a surrogate, as well as patients who desire family planning options, such as sibling spacing, fertility preservation, gender selection, and more.
His specialties include infertility and gynecology-related disorders, such as fibroids, endometriosis, and perimenopause. He further has extensive experience in general gynecology, in vitro fertilization, oncofertility, male factor infertility, ovulation induction, perimenopause, Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) and even reproductive surgery.
“It’s very important to me that we provide individualized and personalized care to our clients. I am committed to making my patients feel comfortable and confident in my care. I treat my patients with sincerity and compassion. I ensure that they have all their questions answered to make sure that they are fully-informed before I present the treatment options that are available and work best for them.”
Dr. Minh N. Ho, M.D., F.A.C.O.G
Medical Director, Reproductive Endocrinologist
Dr. Ho came to the US from Vietnam as a refugee in 1979. Within three years, he was accepted into the University of Miami, Miller School of Medicine and graduated with an M.D. in 1986. He then completed his residency at the world-renowned UT Southwestern Medical Center, Parkland memorial Hospital, where he invented a patented double-clamp umbilical cord cutter.
After completing his residency in 1990, Dr. Ho moved to San Diego and joined a group practice at Kaiser Permanente. He later began his fellowship specializing in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility at UC San Diego, where he worked under the supervision of the Nobel Laureate Candidate, Dr. Samuel Yen. In 1994, with a special grant from the NIH, he served a year as a guest research scientist.
He also specializes in helping patients who have endometriosis and other immunological disorders. Dr. Ho is skilled at finding solutions for patients of advanced maternal age and low ovarian reserve. He enjoys overcoming obstacles to fulfill his patients dreams.
“I’ve been nicknamed the “nicest gentlemen in the west” because I treat my patients like family. I take a very personal approach to each couple or individual I meet. No patient is alike and neither is their treatment. With customization for every patient, attention to detail is crucial.
I want every patient to have the best quality of care and I do everything I can to create a successful outcome.
I am not just a physician. I’m also an artist (a musician, poet and writer). This side of me allows me to treat my patients more with my heart. I like to think it’s a combination of heart, mind and skill.”
Dr. Ho is very interested in new technologies on the horizon. Specifically, creating embryos from skin cells instead of harvesting as a solution for advanced maternal age. Although still controversial and far in the future, he is also interested in the future of IVF as it relates to gene editing.