Contact Us

Need fertility services in the Toronto area?

Fertility care is provided by: 

Dr. Michael Virro:
Phone: 905-472-7128
Fax: Please fax both 905-472-7128 & 905-472-4994
Dr. Meivys Garcia:
Phone: 905-472-4484
Fax: Please fax both 905-472-4484 & 905-472-3219
Dr. Crystal Chan
Phone: 289-800-5442
Fax: 289-800-5442
Dr. Marta Wais:
Phone: 905-201-3414
Fax: 905-201-3414
Care Imaging:
Phone: 905-294-4291
Markham Fertility Centre
379 Church Street, 5th Floor
Markham, ON L6B 0T1


Physicians: Please Fax both 905-472-7128 & 905-472-4994 or complete this online referral form. 
Wish to become a patient? Find referral info here


For Clinic Information: @markhamfertility   For fertility information & support: @dr.meivys.garcia

Our Location

379 Church Street, 5th Floor Markham, Ontario L6B 0T1 

Providing easy access to fertility services in the Toronto area. 

Markham Fertility Centre is on the campus of Markham Stouffville Hospital in Markham, Ontario. Parking is available directly across the street.

Markham Fertility Centre is located just north of the Ninth Line exit of Highway 407.  

MFC is approximately 30 minutes northeast of Toronto and 30 minutes east of the Pearson International Airport.

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Our Standard Business Hours

MFC’s business hours have changed effective March 18, 2020; every patient will be assigned a specific appointment time for both virtual appointments and in-office visits.  

Please note:  During COVID-19, access to the facility will be provided to the person receiving treatment only; no children or visitors please.  Partners may attend egg retrievals (recovery only) and embryo transplant procedures.

Please wear your own mask to all appointments.  

Thank you for your patience during COVID-19. 

  • For patients who are doing cycle monitoring (daily blood tests and/or ultrasounds), please refer to the instructions you have received from your Nurse Coordinator.  

We are open every day of the week, from 7 a.m. until approximately 4:00 p.m. on weekdays, and from 7 a.m. until 11 a.m. on weekends for cycle monitoring patients only. We close only once each year, for about 2 weeks surrounding the Christmas holidays.