Dr. Rashmi Kudesia is a reproductive endocrinologist and infertility specialist who leads RMA of New York’s Brooklyn team in offering patients the personal attention, sensitivity, and convenience of a local doctor’s office, with the latest cutting-edge technologies and laboratory capabilities of one of the nation’s leading fertility centers.
Reproductive Medicine Associates of New York is dedicated to providing you, our patient, highly specialized care from a group of expert physicians and clinical staff who will hold your hand throughout this sometimes difficult journey and will be exceedingly attentive to your needs. In addition to providing premium quality care in a professional and compassionate manner, Reproductive Medicine Associates of New York continually demonstrates high rates of success and believes in utilizing only scientifically proven, cutting-edge treatments. At Reproductive Medicine Associates of New York, our mission is to offer you the latest innovations in infertility treatment and procedures that are most appropriate for your individual needs. Your experience with us is strategically designed to be as stress-free and successful as possible.
Our medical facility in Brooklyn, NY, located on Court Street in Downtown Brooklyn, offers world-class, full-service fertility care convenient to the Brooklyn community. RMA of New York is renowned for its scientific and medical excellence, compassionate patient care, and high success rate IVF laboratory. We also utilize the latest egg freezing technology known as vitrification and our Brooklyn office can assist you with your fertility preservation needs.
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Reproductive Medicine Associates of New York, Brooklyn
26 Court Street Suite 2710
Brooklyn, NY 11242
Telephone: (718) 532-8700
Facsimile: (212) 756-5770
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