IVF Resources + Fertility Clinics in the New York City Area

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Countless families in Hudson County have welcomed miracle babies into their homes thanks to advances in reproductive science and help from local doctors. Of course, that means that there are numerous local resources available that have made this possible. We touched base with some local parents via our Hoboken Girl Insiders group and the Hoboken Mommies group {as well as our team’s personal experiences} to round-up some of these top-notch resources for you to learn about egg freezing and fertility treatments. Check out the list below to find out what local parents have to say about their experiences at reproductive facilities in the area.

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Reproductive Medicine Associates of New York {594 Broadway Suite 1011, New York}

Reproductive Medicine Associates of New York is dedicated to providing patients the highest-quality care in a compassionate and supportive manner. Helping couples successfully achieve their family-building goals has been RMA of New York’s focus since 2001.

What locals say: “Dr. Copperman — I know of four other moms in {Hoboken} that went to him. He’s fantastic.” – Amy Goldman 

Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey {25 Rockwood Place, Englewood}

Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey’s Englewood location is conveniently located off of Route 4 and is about three miles from the George Washington Bridge. The office is easily accessible to the towns of Hoboken, Weehawken, Fort Lee, Hackensack, and others for reproductive care.

What locals say: “Dr. Costantini at RMA NJ in Englewood is responsible for these two IVF cuties, [a] third on the way is a natural surprise.” – Joanna Misericordia-Weiss

Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey {81 Veronica Avenue, Somerset}

Patients visiting RMANJ Somerset have access to several amenities in the area including Frog and The Peach, State Theater NJ, several hotels, Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, and St. Peter’s University Medical Center. This location is less than an hour from Hoboken, about 25 miles from the Newark Liberty International Airport.

What locals say: “Did IVF at RMANJ with Dr. Sharsti. Love, love, love her.” – Lindsay Lisch

See More: All About IVF: A Local Fertility Nurse Weighs In

Weill Cornell Medicine Primary Care — East Side {215 East 85th Street, New York}

Weill Cornell Medicine physicians are faculty members of Weill Cornell Medical College, one of the top-ranked clinical and medical research centers in the country. They have consistently been leaders in patient care, in primary care, as well as in diverse areas including in-vitro fertilization.

What locals say: “We went to Weill Cornell on the Upper East Side and were very happy and impressed. Dr. Schattman [was] specifically for us, but I don’t think you can go wrong with any doctor there. We are so thankful for our two miracle babies, plus the third came to us naturally later.” – Katie Sullivan Corpuz

“Dr. Davis got us our two miracle babies.” – Stacy Devins

New Hope Fertility Center {4 Columbus Cir 4th Floor, New York}

There is no one-size-fits-all approach when it comes to infertility. New Hope Fertility Center specializes in low and no-drug infertility solutions that help women conceive with minimal invasiveness and unparalleled success.

What locals say: “I also know families that were turned down from a couple practices, told they couldn’t conceive and were able to have children with Dr. Zhang.” – Amy Goldman

NYU Langone Fertility Center {660 1st Avenue, New York}

The staff at NYU Langone Fertility Center understands the challenges that can come with building a family. Since 1992, they have helped tens of thousands of women and men to have children on their own timetables, using the newest and most advanced fertility treatments. The NYU Langone Fertility Center has a world-renowned in vitro fertilization {IVF} program known for its high pregnancy success rates.

What locals say: “We are obsessed with Dr. Licciardi and the practice.” – Caroline Baroody Junnarkar

“Love, love, love Dr. Hodes-Wertz at NYU! We are so grateful for her and cannot say enough amazing things about her.” – Jenna Hunter

Institute for Reproductive Medicine and Science {609 Washington Street, Hoboken}

This office is located within walking distance from the PATH, right in the heart of Hoboken. They provide the full array of infertility treatments that have made IRMS one of the top infertility centers in New Jersey. Specialists are available to answer questions regarding IUI, IVF, ICSI, PGT, egg donation, sperm donation, gestational surrogacy, and anything else associated with having a baby.

What locals say: We have a nine-month-old baby boy and a couple frozen embryos thanks to Dr. Thompson and the IRMS Team.” – Samantha Doria

“We went through IRMS and Dr. Chen for our older son, Finn. The whole experience is overwhelming and so lonely, but the whole team gave incredible support.” – Catherine Tucker Willhoit

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University Reproductive Associates {79 Hudson Street, Hoboken + 214 Terrace Avenue, Hasbrouck Heights}

As IVF has become more successful, the team at University Reproductive Associates has worked to control the issue of multiple pregnancies. Their rate of triplet pregnancy following IVF continues to fall, while their IVF pregnancy rates continue to increase. This facility’s affiliation with the New Jersey Medical School offers a unique opportunity for patients to participate in a variety of clinical research studies.

What locals say: “Could not be happier with both of our successful experiences with Susan Wolf at URA.” – Meredith Anne

Center for Women’s Reproductive Care at Columbia {1790 Broadway, New York}

A long-time leader in advancing women’s reproductive health care, CWRC is the birthplace of the Apgar score for assessing newborn health and the first institution in the country to perform an amniocentesis test. More than 100 physicians and over 40 postgraduate residents and fellows work together to meet women’s health care needs across the CUIMC network.

What locals say: “We used Dr. Rachel McConnell at CWRC in Manhattan. Without her, I wouldn’t have my beautiful family.” – Hilary Tetalman Bagdonas

Valley Health Fertility Center {140 East Ridgewood Avenue, Paramus}

Choosing to undergo infertility treatment is a highly personal decision and deciding where to receive that treatment is equally important. At the Valley Hospital Fertility Center, IVF success rates per frozen cycle are higher than the national average for all age groups — from under 35 to over 42. Their reproductive endocrinologists and nurses have not only the medical expertise responsible for superior success rates, but also the caring and compassion needed to create a comfortable patient experience.

What locals say: “Dr. Nasseri at Valley Health Fertility Center in Paramus. Amazing, supporting practice — froze my eggs and did two successful IVF cycles at first try over 40! Highly recommend them.” – Anat Flasterstein

Sher Fertility Institute {425 5th Avenue, New York}

Many of the fertility patients at Sher Fertility Institute are working professionals who have busy schedules. Having taken that into consideration, the facility has structured its program to run on a tight time schedule in an effort to minimize delays and inconveniences. Sher Fertility Institute’s cutting-edge protocols, unique IVF package plans, and success rates complete the picture as to why they are an excellent option to consider in the pursuit of growing a family.

What locals say: “Dr. Drew Tortoriello, medical director of Sher Institute in the city. He didn’t give up on me despite a poor response. I have two beautiful babies thanks to him.” – Marisa Carullo Santana

Colorado Center for Reproductive Medicine {810 7th Avenue, New York}

CCRM is one of the industry’s leading pioneers in fertility science, research, and advancement. This location offers access to a national network of award-winning physicians, a full suite of fertility services, innovative technology, and cutting-edge labs. CCRM is also the first fertility provider in the U.S. to offer fertility house calls, to better explore patient options with the assistance of an experienced fertility nurse.

Did you have a miracle baby in Hudson County? What resources did you use? Share them with us in the comments below!

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Originally from North Carolina, Ainsley became a proud Hoboken Girl two years ago. As a freelance journalist she has written about everything under the sun for the past six years. She works from her home office in uptown Hoboken or sometimes from Choc-o-Pain, because nothing says “freelancer” like working from a café with a fresh croissant nearby. As the mother of one very fast toddler, she has a passion for self-care, parenting hacks, and discovering all the fun things the Mile Square has to offer.