Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility
Facing the challenges of infertility is an emotional time for a woman or couple trying to conceive. The reproductive endocrinology and infertility experts at Mount Sinai are aware of the anxiety infertility brings and diligently strive to provide the most effective treatments to ease your worry and improve your chances of successfully conceiving. Serving as the Department of Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility of the seven hospital campuses of Mount Sinai Health System, our team provides fertility care as part of Reproductive Medicine Associates (RMA) of New York, a world-renowned in vitro fertilization (IVF) center acknowledged for achieving success rates that exceed the national average year after year, according to the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology (SART) data. We treat couples and individuals with compassion and personalized care and guide them on the path to achieving reproductive success.
Infertility is a problem that both women and men face. Essentially, when a person or couple is infertile their reproductive organs will not allow them to conceive a pregnancy.
There are two types of infertility. Primary infertility relates to couples who have not become pregnant after at least one year of having unprotected sexual intercourse. Secondary infertility relates to couples who were able to conceive in the past but are no longer able.
Why Choose Mount Sinai
The Mount Sinai IVF program is one of the oldest and most distinguished in the country. Since 2001, RMA of New York continues to be recognized as a world-class fertility clinic focused on innovative treatments and medicine thanks to an exceptional team of doctors and scientists with comprehensive knowledge of reproductive endocrinology, fertility, and urology.
Meeting with one of RMA of New York’s board-certified reproductive endocrinologists will put you on the right path to fully understanding your options for how you can achieve your goal of giving birth to a child. Our staff will work tirelessly with you throughout the entire treatment process in order to ensure a positive fertility treatment experience. RMA of New York offers treatment through several locations in Manhattan, as well as offices in Westchester, Long Island, and Brooklyn.
We recognize that family building through IVF treatment or pursuing fertility preservation can be stressful and complex and present emotional difficulties for couples and individuals alike. Our staff understands the personal challenges that can affect their lives in many ways. Our integrative care team offers counseling services and group-therapy sessions for individuals and couples that focus on infertility treatment, fertility preservation, egg donation, and nutritional guidance.
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LGBTQ+ Focused Care
We understand the challenges same-sex couples and LGBTQ+ individuals face in their pursuit to build a family. RMA of New York offers LGBTQ+ focused care and welcomes all members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ+) community in support of all types of family planning efforts. We provide our patients with complete access to a network of professionals who have extensive experience in counseling, egg and sperm donation, reproductive law, and therapy. RMA of New York is committed to ensuring LGBTQ+ patients receive equal and inclusive care.
Service to Veterans Program
We are committed to providing emotional support to our veterans as they seek affordable fertility treatment for their family planning efforts and make every effort to use available resources to minimize the financial burden. RMA of New York proudly joins the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology (SART) and the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) in support of the Service to Veterans Program. We offer active duty and retired veteran discounts for in vitro fertilization and work with multiple support organizations to ensure veterans have access to fertility medications in order to improve their chances at reproductive success.