Reproductive Medicine Associates of New York understands that beginning fertility treatment can be a stressful time for you and your partner. For this reason, your first visit to RMA of New York is intended to be one that is informative, efficient and highly personalized in order to provide you the most effective care possible in a compassionate and convenient manner.
During your first visit at Reproductive Medicine Associates of New York, you will be introduced to each member of the specialized fertility care team assigned to you. This team will communicate with each other as well as with you during your treatment to ensure every detail is considered and your questions and concerns are addressed. First, you’ll meet with your reproductive endocrinologist, who will review your medical history and records and share his thoughts based on this preliminary information. Your doctor may also perform an ultrasound to visualize your ovaries and uterus. Next, you’ll meet with your primary nurse. This nurse will review your recommended testing or treatment plan and help you schedule necessary procedures. She will be your primary contact during your cycle, providing day-to-day instructions and facilitating the entire process. You will also meet with one of our financial coordinators during this meeting to help you understand the extent of your benefits and the estimated cost of treatment.
Our objective is to have this infertility consultation and your treatment at RMA be as successful as possible in providing you answers and results quickly and efficiently. The best way to obtain the answers you are looking for is to provide your team with as much information as possible about your medical history and previous test or treatment results.
Please click on the following link to download and complete the required new patient paperwork.
Following the completion of your paperwork, you may save and email this editable pdf along with any previous medical records to firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also bring these completed documents with you to your initial consultation.
We look forward to helping you achieve your dream.
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