Reproductive Medicine Associates of New York has been focused on helping families achieve their reproductive goals since 2001, and through the years our success has been remarkable. Widely acknowledged as a national and international leader in reproductive medicine, we are dedicated to providing our patients with high quality medical care in an environment that is both caring and compassionate.
As part of our mission, we believe that all patients should have a comprehensive, robust understanding of their individual treatment path, and that this information should be available to you at your convenience. That is the goal of our patient eLearning modules. Whether you are about to embark upon in vitro fertilization, egg freezing, or any of the other state-of-the-art fertility treatments offered here at RMA of New York, we want you to have a full understanding of your individual treatment plan. It’s just a small part of our commitment to your reproductive success.
Current patients: You may access your assigned patient eLearning modules by clicking on the Start eLearning blue banner above in the image or by clicking here and entering your username and password provided to you by your IVF Coordinator (instructions below).
Your username is the first initial of your first name, followed by your last name, and month of birth as 2 digits (no spaces, all lowercase letters).
For example, Mary Smith, date of birth February, 1978 would be:
Password: (due to system requirements, it must be typed exactly as shown below):
Still unable to access RMANY patient eLearning? Email: email@example.com
To help expedite the issue, please include your name, contact number and brief description of the problem in your email.
You have been assigned to a series of patient eLearning modules specific to your treatment. It is required that you complete all assigned eLearning modules prior to the start of your cycle.
We ask that you contact your IVF Coordinator directly to schedule a time to come in with your partner (if applicable) to sign consents, unless you plan to sign consents in the presence of a notary. A scheduled time for consent signing is required to insure that we can efficiently meet with you in a timely manner.
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