Thursday, October 20th 2016
Where: RMA of New York White Plains office
311 North Street, Suite 310
White Plains, NY 10605
RSVP: (212) 756-5777 ext 305
Wine & refreshments will be served
Achieving reproductive success through egg donation is a viable option for many couples and individuals alike. Attend RMA of New York’s free informational session to learn about becoming an egg donor recipient and how it can greatly improve your chances of pregnancy.
Reproductive Endocrinologist and Director of RMA of New York Westchester, Dr. Jeffrey Klein, will describe the Egg Recipient Program at RMA and how using fresh or frozen donor eggs can accelerate your journey to conception. RMA’s Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Georgia Witkin, will provide an overview of the process from an emotional perspective and how our center provides patient support throughout each phase of treatment.
Dara Berg, registered nurse and women’s health nurse practitioner, will provide an overview of the egg recipient process and there will be an opportunity to ask your individual questions in a Q&A session following the discussion.
Admission is FREE. However, space is limited so please RSVP.
Dr. Jeffrey Klein is a board certified reproductive endocrinologist and infertility specialist and RMA of New York’s Medical Director of the White Plains office. His areas of expertise include the treatment of infertility, IVF, egg donation, polycystic ovarian syndrome, endometriosis, recurrent pregnancy loss and reproductive surgery. Dr. Klein has been recognized as a “Top Doctor” by Castle Connolly and Westchester Magazine for the past nine years.
Dr. Georgia Witkin is a clinical psychologist and expert on infertility, egg donation, egg freezing and therapy for couples. She is an assistant professor in the Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Science as well as in the Department of Psychiatry at Mount Sinai Medical Center and is also Director of the Stress Research Program at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine.
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