Dr. Ringler completed post-graduate training at the University of Chicago and the University of Pennsylvania, where he received awards for his research on placental function.
Following years of clinical study and basic science research, Dr. Ringler moved west in 1990, to practice reproductive medicine with the founding physicians of California Fertility Partners.
“There is nothing more joyous then welcoming a new born child into this world.”
Dr. Ringler is committed to patient education and has served on the board of the American Fertility Association, the advisory counsel of Men Having Babies, and the clinical faculty of the UCLA School of Medicine. He received a Family Building Award by the American Fertility Association and has been named a Super Doctor by Los Angeles Magazine.
His articles about family building have appeared in various publications, including The Huffington Post, The Advocate, and Time magazine. Dedicated to family-building education and access for everyone, he has given lectures around the world on fertility treatment options.
Dr. Ringler has established a loyal patient following in southern California and has developed an international reputation for expertise in reproductive medicine – especially surrogacy and third-party reproduction. His patients travel from Europe, Asia, Australia and Africa for his medical care.
Dr. Ringler was one of the world’s first physicians to help gay men have babies through egg donation and surrogacy. He is committed to helping all members of the LGBTQ community fulfill their dreams of having children and building families.
“I feel extremely fortunate to practice reproductive medicine,” says Dr. Ringler, whose work is his passion. “I help my patients make babies and build families. What could be better than that?”
He lives in Los Angeles with his husband, architect Mark Rios.