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stacis - January 17th, 2007 11:15 AM

Hi, I live in NJ and work in NYC. Can anyone recommend a good Reproductive Endocrinologist? I was seeing a practice and I have decided not to use them again. They were too business like, it was more about numbers than people. Any suggestions would be helpful.


Ange - January 17th, 2007 11:46 AM

Hi Stacis,

If nobody responds to your question try using this link you can check each states dr and see the their rating by their own patients
goodluck
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tp://ratemds.com/index.jsp


Mahogany Heart - January 21st, 2007 8:52 AM

Top Ten Fertility Centers and I see two in New York. The Center I went too ranks Number 8 in Jacksonville, Florida.

Supernatural Baby Dust to you!!!

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Colorado Center for Reproductive Medicine, Englewood

2. The Center for Reproductive Medicine and Infertility at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill-Cornell Medical Center, New York City

3. University Fertility Consultants at Oregon Health & Science University, Portland
Number of ART cycles and transfers in 2002: 505

4. New York University School of Medicine, Program for In-Vitro Fertilization, Reproductive Surgery, and Infertility, New York City

5. The Infertility Center of St. Louis at St. Luke's Hospital

6. The Nevada Center for Reproductive Medicine, Reno

7. Presbyterian Hospital ARTS Program, Dallas and Plano, TX

8. Florida Institute for Reproductive Medicine, Jacksonville

9. Southern California Reproductive Center, Beverly Hills

10. Center for Reproductive Medicine of New Mexico, Albuquerque


Mahogany Heart - January 21st, 2007 9:05 AM

[b]Centers That Didn't Cooperate[/b]

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The
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta is required by law to collect data on fertility centers. More than 90% of centers supply the information. But the following centers either failed to supply data for 2002 (the most recent year for which data are required) or didn't provide enough proof that the information was accurate.


[*]Advanced Reproductive Health Centers; Orland Park, IL

[*]Thomas Annos, M.D.; Short Hills, NJ

[*]Appalachian Fertility & Endocrinology Center; Kingsport, TN

[*]Beach Center for Fertility, Endocrinology & IVF; Virginia Beach, VA

[*]Brandeis Center for Reproductive Health; New York, NY

[*]Center for Advanced Reproductive Medicine; Springville, UT

[*]Center for Women's Care; Chicago, IL

[*]Center for Women's Medicine; Houston, TX

[*]Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center; Chapel Hill, NC

[*]Fertility Associates of Idaho; Boise, ID

[*]Gynecology & Infertility Associates; Baltimore, MD

[*]Abraham Halfen, M.D.; East Setauket, NY

[*]IVF Hawaii; Honolulu, HI

[*]IVF Reproductive Services; Manhattan, KS

[*]IVF South Bend; South Bend, IN

[*]Kentucky Center for Reproductive Medicine; Lexington, KY

[*]Luana J. Kyselka, M.D.; Troy, MI

[*]La Jolla IVF; La Jolla, CA

[*]Life-Women's Health Center; Berwyn, IL

[*]MetroHealth Medical Center; Cleveland, OH

[*]Mid-Missouri Center for Reproductive Health; Columbia, MO

[*]Brenda Moskovitz, M.D.; Troy, MI

[*]New England Fertility Institute; Stamford, CT

[*]Siu Ng-Wagner, M.D.; Potomac, MD

[*]The Reproductive Center; Youngstown, OH

[*]Reproductive Genetics In Vitro; Denver, CO

[*]Reproductive Genetics Institute; Chicago, IL

[*]Reproductive Health Institute; Orlando, FL

[*]Reproductive Institute of South Texas; McAllen, TX

[*]ReproTech IVF Program; Allentown, PA

[*]San Antonio Fertility Center; Upland, CA

[*]Issa Shamonski, M.D.; Santa Monica, CA

[*]Sher Institute of Reproductive Medicine; Chicago, IL; Creve Coeur, MO; and Sacramento, CA

[*]James A. Simon, M.D.; Washington, DC

[*]Tyler Medical Clinic; Los Angeles, CA



Mahogany Heart - January 21st, 2007 9:10 AM

[b]Centers We Commend [/b]

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In
2004, Child magazine sent an extensive survey to more than 75 fertility centers that had very good success rates. The majority of centers didn't return the form. But we commend the following centers for doing so.


[*]Bethesda Center for Reproductive Health and Fertility; Cincinnati, OH

[*]The Center for Advanced Reproductive Services; Farmington, CT

[*]The Center for Fertility & Reproductive Endocrinology at Virginia Mason; Seattle, WA

[*]Center for Human Reproduction, North Shore University Hospital; Manhasset, NY

[*]Center for Assisted Reproduction; Bedford, TX

[*]Center for Reproductive Medicine; Minneapolis, MN

[*]Fertility Center of San Antonio; San Antonio, TX

[*]Fertility Center of San Antonio; San Antonio, TX

[*]Fertility Treatment Center; Chandler, AZ

[*]The GBMC Fertility Center; Baltimore, MD

[*]Henry G. Bennett Jr. Fertility Institute; Oklahoma City, OK

[*]Infertility and IVF Center; St. Louis, MO

[*]Institute for Reproductive Health; Cincinnati, OH

[*]IVF of North Jersey, PA; Clifton, NJ

[*]Long Island Fertility and Endocrinology IVF Associates; Melville, Port Jefferson, and Lake Success, NY

[*]McFarland Clinic PC; Ames, IA

[*]Pennsylvania Reproductive Associates; Philadelphia and Plymouth Meeting, PA

[*]Reproductive Medicine & Infertility Associates; Woodbury, MN

[*]The Reproductive Medicine Group; Tampa, FL

[*]Reproductive Partners-UCSD Regional Fertility Center; La Jolla, CA

[*]South Florida Institute for Reproductive Medicine; Miami, FL

[*]Strong Fertility & Reproductive Science Center; Rochester, NY

[*]West Coast Fertility Center; Fountain Valley, CA

[*]Women & Infants' Hospital/Tufts-New England Medical Center; Providence, RI, Boston, MA, and six satellite locations



Missa - January 26th, 2007 1:01 PM

Although it is quite a hike for you, I would recommend Dr. John Stangel. He is located in Rye, NY, in Westchester, and he and his office are wonderful. Not only were they able to correctly diagnose and treat me to a successful pregnancy (my son is now 3 months old!) they treated me like a person. The doctor will work with you individually. After 2 miscarraiges, my husband and I were ready to give up, but it was really the doctor's patience and genuine concern that kept us going to find the WHY of what was happening.
His practice will work with you for the first trimester only, as their work is getting and keeping you pregnant, and then you move to another doctor for the rest of the pregnancy. If you are interested in more information, I'd be glad to share.


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