Reproductive Medicine Associates of New York strongly supports individuals who choose to raise a child on their own, and advocates organizations such as Single Mothers by Choice which provides valuable resources and family building services to help single women realize the joy of parenthood of Health Licensed sperm banks. The sperm can be used for insemination with or without medications as well as for in vitro fertilization and insemination of donor eggs. RMA of New York’s world-renown reproductive endocrinologists and professional staff can help you evaluate options and determine the most appropriate treatment for your specific needs. To view a list of our services, please visit our Treatment Options page or call our office directly at (212) 756-5777.
As a proud supporter of LGBT rights, RMA of New York is honored to have been recognized as a “Leader in LGBT Healthcare Equality” by the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) Foundation. The HRC is the educational arm of the country’s largest lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) civil rights organization, and their acknowledgement of RMA of New York’s efforts was a result of their annual survey encouraging equal care for LGBT Americans. Our combined efforts to continually improve our services, training, education and outreach to LGBT individuals throughout the community are part of our collaborative mission in helping more patients realize their dream of building a family.
To be commended as a Leader in Healthcare Equality, clinicians must meet four criteria, including the implementation of patient non-discrimination policies that are fully inclusive of LGBT individuals, visitation policies that explicitly grant equal visitation rights to LGBT patients and their visitors, non-discriminatory employment practices that are inclusive of both sexual orientation and gender identity, and extensive training in LGBT patient care. RMA of New York has met all of these criteria in order to be recognized for its patient care.
RMA of New York is a proud supporter of LGBT rights and has taken great strides to help patients face special challenges when it comes to receiving equal and inclusive care, especially with regards to family planning and fertility. We are proud of the entire team for its role in helping RMA of NY to earn this recognition, and will continue our efforts to demonstrate our commitment to equitable, inclusive care for LGBT patients and their families.
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