Bradford Kolb M.D.

Bradford Kolb, M.D. received his training at the University of California at Irvine, Northwestern University and University of Southern California culminating board certification in both Obstetrics and Gynecology & Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility. As a physician, he specializes in the care of complex fertility problems at HRC Fertility in Pasadena, where he serves as the Medical Director and Managing Partner.

He is internationally known and recognized for his expertise in advanced reproductive issues and is one of the largest providers of egg donation and surrogacy in the United States with patients traveling from more than 35 different countries to see him annually. His practice is known for helping to develop and implement cutting edge technologies in the genetic screening of embryos, the development of new laboratory technologies and the development of highly efficient treatment options.   Dr. Kolb has been at the forefront of bringing equality and family building options to those seeking family building options in the LGBTQ community. As a cofounder of HART (HIV Assisted Reproductive Technologies), he has helped advance safe, ethical and unbiased options to those who previously had few options.

Dr. Kolb’s philosophy is to deliver the best possible care to each patient in a compassionate and individualized manner. Most impressive is his passion for treating each patient personally. Dr. Kolb’s patients can be assured they are being cared for with the latest cutting edge technologies while in a safe and comfortable environment. As one of the largest providers of egg donation and surrogacy for intended parents from all walks of life, Dr. Kolb has a dedicated team of nurses who are highly trained and specialized in the field of third party reproduction. From the moment you meet Dr. Kolb and his staff, you can expect to have a true partnership.

As a native of California and a true philanthropist, Dr. Kolb and his wife Judy share a real love of humanity. When time permits, they can be found traveling with their three daughters to areas of the world where they find a sense of devotion in caring for humanity. It is both Judy and Dr. Kolb’s desire to instill these core values in their children, and they find it most rewarding to watch them develop friendships and relationships that value each person’s unique individuality.

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