Reproductive Medicine Associates of New York takes every opportunity to offer patients significant savings on treatments and medications wherever possible. If eligible, patients can take advantage of the partnerships and programs that RMA of New York has strategically established in order to maximize our patients’ out of pocket expenditures on treatment for infertility.
The Active Duty Military and Veterans Discount Program is offered to RMA of NY patients who presently serve in the United States military or currently a U.S. military veteran. The discount covers 25% of the costs of IVF treatment. For more information please call (212) 756-5777.
RMA of NY has strategically partnered with EMD Serono to offer discounts on medications for those who have served our country and are seeking treatment for infertility.
If you are a veteran or the spouse of a veteran who is suffering from infertility, you may be eligible for free fertility medication.
To be eligible for the Compassionate Corps Program, you must:
RMA of NY in partnership with EMD Serono is pleased to offer uninsured patients The Compassionate Care Program, which provides significant savings on EMD Serono medications for income-eligible patients requiring treatment for infertility.
Eligible patients may save either 50% or 75% off the self-pay price of EMD Serono medicine, or may receive 10% off after completing a mail-in rebate.
Eligible veterans may save at least 25% off the self-pay price of EMD Serono medication.
The Compassionate Care Program is available to eligible patients who may not otherwise be able to afford fertility treatment. Eligibility requirements include the following:
Please call the finance team at RMA of NY at 212-756-5777 to speak to a representative. You may also call FertilityLifelines toll free at 1-855-541-5926 for more information about the program. Uninsured patients can apply for Compassionate Care benefits by visiting http://Fertilitylifelines.com/fertility-support/saving-fertility-treatments, and then click on the link to the Compassionate Care Application.
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