Reproductive Medicine Associates of New York is strongly committed to making fertility treatment available and affordable to both active members and veterans of the American military, and offers Active Duty and Veterans discount programs for in vitro fertilization. RMA of New York has collaborated with a broad network of support organizations to optimize benefits and coordinate discounts on infertility medications, and our goal is to continue to provide our military members optimal chances to achieve reproductive success.
Our center is proud to be recognized as a participating center in the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology (SART) Service to Veterans program established by the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM). In support of our nation’s veterans, RMA of New York is proud to join SART and ASRM in the Service to Veterans program by providing deeply discounted IVF and infertility-related services to retired military personnel whose injuries have impaired their fertility. As a participating clinic, we are able to maximize the ability for couples to afford treatment and pursue their family building efforts despite this limitation imposed by federal law.
At RMA of New York we are committed to providing compassionate, affordable infertility treatment to all individuals and couples seeking to achieve their family building goals, and are especially honored to participate in helping our veterans receive the highest level of quality care so that they may have the family they envision. To learn more, please call our finance team at 212-756-5777, prompt 4 or click the buttons below.
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