Doctor referral information for fertility treatments including IVF, IUI, egg freezing, and egg donation
At GENESIS Fertility New York, we believe in having a strong relationship between the patient, her OB/GYN and the Reproductive Endocrinologist.
By the time it’s become clear to a woman that there is a fertility issue happening, she often already has an established relationship with a gynecologist. That’s a relationship that may have been going on for a long time, and there’s trust there. The generalist OB/GYN is certainly competent and is the appropriate person to seek first line care for infertility. We appreciate all of the input and care that’s done by the OBGYN doctors who refer patients to us.
Male factors are found to be the cause of infertility about 30% of the time, and urologists refer patients to a reproductive endocrinologist. In another 30-40% of couples both female and male factors contribute to the couple’s infertility. These are surprising facts for many couples to learn – especially those who mistakenly believe infertility to be a woman’s issue.
We appreciate the many partnerships and affiliations we have established over the years, and we hope to work as a team with OBGYN, urology, and general practitioners to best help our patients overcome infertility.Request Referral Pads & Business Cards
To refer a patient to GENESIS Fertility, please call (718) GENESIS.
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With multiple fertility clinics in the NYC area, GENESIS serves infertility patients from Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island, Long Island (Five Towns, Lawrence, Cedarhurst, Woodmere Inwood, Hewlett, Valley Stream, Lynbrook, Rockville Center, Great Neck, Kings Point, and Long Beach), and Lower Manhattan, New York.