RMANY Demystifies the Patient Experience

Despite the fact that there are nearly seven million infertile American women, only a fraction of women who can be helped ever enter into treatment at a fertility center. Many patients report that they are embarrassed, ashamed, or fearful of entering treatment. Research has shown that exposure to accurate and precise information may be the most effective method of overcoming anxiety.  At RMA of New York, we want you to be well informed prior to your infertility clinic visit, and in collaboration with EMD Serono, we prepared this video to provide you with a sense of what to expect from your initial consultation and throughout your journey.

The segmented series “Inside the Fertility Clinic” includes a discussion by infertility specialist and RMANY Co-Director Dr. Alan Copperman about the role of a reproductive endocrinologist and about the diagnostic options and treatment options available to you. At RMA of New York, we strive to meet your expectations by providing the most compassionate care available in a comfortable manner that suits your specific individualized needs. We look forward to meeting with you one-on-on and helping you on your family building journey.



For more information about your first visit or to schedule an appointment, please email us or call (212) 756-5777 to speak with a patient services representative.



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