In British Columbia, the Medical Services Plan will cover your initial fertility assessment. Many of the fertility treatments that follow are not publicly funded. Courses of therapy vary considerably from individual to individual, and as such it is difficult to accurately determine the cost prior to a patient assessment.
Following your initial work up, our medical staff will be able to more accurately provide costing estimates, including medication. Note that medication required during your treatment may be covered by your third party insurer (for example Green Shield Canada). You are encouraged to contact your insurer directly to determine your individual eligibility. It is important to note that fertility medications are typically covered as an exception by most insurers, and as such it is the decision of the employer to offer it as a benefit in their respective plan for their employees.
The Income Tax Act (118.2) and the interpretation bulletins (IT-519R2), Canada Revenue Agency, suggest that fertility procedures qualify as medical services as they relate to the medical condition of infertility. Provided the amount is paid by an individual to either a medical practitioner, a public or licensed private hospital in respect of services provided to the individual, or to the individual’s spouse, common law partner, or dependent, such amounts would qualify for the medical expense tax credit on your tax return.
We encourage you to consult with an accountant to confirm your specific circumstance.
Fees updated March 2017
IN VITRO FERTILIZATION
|IVF Orientation using Donor Sperm||$475|
|Cycle Monitoring Fee||$2500|
|Medications – estimated cost||$3000-$6000|
|Olive Fertility Centre Services
IVF – ICSI
SUPEROVULATION/CLOMIPHENE or NATURAL CYCLE
|Superovulation Cycle Management||$750|
|Clomiphene Cycle Management with monitoring
Clomiphene Cycle Management without monitoring
|Natural Cycle Management||$150|
|Medications superovulation – estimated cost||$1500-2500|
|Superovulation conversion to IVF, as necessary||$1550|
|Sperm wash and preparation for IUI||$400|
|Donor sperm orientation||$225|
|Purchase of donor sperm samples per unit (Open ID only)||$600-1000|
|Donor sperm receipt, processing and first year storage||$300|
|Donor sperm processing (second order in one year)||$100|
|Donor sperm preparation for IUI (prewashed sample)||$200|
|Donor sperm preparation for IUI (unwashed sample)||$400|
|First Trimester Screening (with counselling, NT and bloodwork)||$550|
|Nuchal Translucency (NT) Ultrasound||$385|
|Integrated Prenatal Screen for women over 35 years of age||Covered by MSP for women 35 at time of delivery and older|
|Sperm Freeze orientation||$100|
|Semen Profile (Analysis)||$100|
|Semen Profile – Retrograde||$135|
|Sperm Antibody Testing||$225|
|Elective Sperm Freezing||$200|
|Sperm wash for IUI||$400|
|Retrograde Sperm wash for IUI||$425|
|Trypsin wash for IUI||$475|
|DNA Fragmentation||Ask KRFC staff for current pricing|
|Double Intrauterine Insemination||$600|
|Sperm Storage per year||$200|
|2 Years of Sperm Storage||$350|
|Microsurgical Tubal Ligation Reversal (performed at an off site surgical suite in Kelowna)||$5670|
|Sperm Retrieval and Cryopreservation (performed at KGH)||$2250|
This is partial list only and subject to change.
If discrepancy exists between Accuro, The Kelowna Regional Fertility Centre’s billing and electronic medical records system and this list, Accuro will be taken as correct.