About Assisted Fertility Program
commiTTed to providing the most current medical and scientific Fertility services available in an environment of care and emotional support
The Assisted Fertility Program is proud to offer a comprehensive fertility program for the North Florida, South Georgia and Southwest Virginia regions. The Assisted Fertility Program infertility clinics are located in Jacksonville, Florida, and Roanoke, Virginia. Founded by Dr. Marwan Shaykh, The Assisted Fertility Program is committed to providing the most current medical and scientific services available in an environment of care and emotional support.
Program director Marwan Shaykh, M.D., is a board-certified obstetrician/gynecologist with special certification in reproductive endocrinology and infertility. He is a recognized pioneer in the field of reproductive medicine. Dr. Shaykh established the FIRST in-vitro fertilization pregnancy program in North Florida in 1985, just four years after the first IVF program was launched in the United States, and has assisted in the successful pregnancies and births of thousands of happy, healthy babies.
Locations in Orlando & Jacksonville, FL
Phone Number: 800-777-4831
Marwan Shaykh, MD
Recognized as a pioneer in the field of reproductive medicine. Dr. Shaykh was listed as a “Top Doc” by both the Jacksonville Magazine and The Roanoker, in issues dedicated to highlighting leading physicians and cutting edge technology.
Dr. Shaykh is passionately involved in educating both the medical community and patients about infertility. He has spoken at numerous conferences held with the purpose of updating physicians about advances in infertility treatment, and from 1992 to 1998, he published Fertility Perspectives, a newsletter that provided patients with medical information on infertility. He has recently designed an innovative catheter for the implantation of embryos, which is now being presented to the medical community at various conferences. Dr. Shaykh has assisted in the successful pregnancies that have resulted in more than 1,000 healthy babies and was among the first reproductive endocrinologists to practice in Florida.