Surrogate Services International Inc. 2 Penn Center. Suite 200, 1500 JFK Blvd. Philadelphia PA 19107

Surrogate Services International is currently recruiting Gestational Carriers (Surrogates) 

What is a gestational Carrier (Surrogate)? 

At Surrogate Services International we like to refer to our gestational carriers simply as "pre-birth baby sitters" 

A gestational carrier is in NO way genetically related to the child she is carrying. In the most simplistic of terms eggs are retrieved from the intended mother (or an egg donor) and sperm collected from the intended father (or a sperm donor) an embryo is created and several days later transferred to the gestational carrier and she acts as the pre-birth baby sitter for 40 weeks. 

We understand that for many women assisting parents achieve their dream of parenthood is payment enough, however since we know this is a real job with immense responsibilities we believe the gestational carrier should be compensated accordingly for her generous gift, as such, 

Compensation includes 

$20,000.00 - $35,000.00 Wages plus 
All medical expenses 
All travel, hotel & meal allowances (if travel is required) 
Maternity clothing allowance 
Child care allowances 
House keeping allowance 
Pre-natal Yoga and or child birthing class expenses 
Any other pregnancy related expense would be fully covered 

Ideal Candidates must be; 
  • Female 
  • A resident of the USA
  • Between the ages of 20-40 
  • Be a non-smoker 
  • Have had at least one live healthy birth 
  • Not currently receiving any government financial assistance
  • Have a BMI no greater than 33% (not obese) 
  • Be in a stable living situation conducive to a healthy, happy pregnancy.
  • Be willing to participate in an in home visit from one of our staff members. 
  • If in a relationship partner must be fully supportive of decision to be a gestational carrier. 
  • Willing to participate in a psychological evaluation. 
  • Be willing to release all medical records for review by the attending IVF physician. 
  • Be willing to take medication for the approx the first 30-60 days of the procedure including self-administered shots. 

For more information contact Surrogate Services International call our office or simply click on the link below to complete an application.