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Your family is our priority
We have the longest standing, most experienced fertility program on Long Island. And our specialists are dedicated to you. Whether you're looking to build a family or explore your options, we're here to help. 

Who we are

Northwell Health Fertility provides comprehensive infertility services, ranging from initial diagnosis by our board-certified infertility specialists to treatments such as medications, surgery, IUIIVF and other assisted reproductive technologiesOur staff consists of over 100 team members with advanced training and experience in infertility and reproductive medicine. We are proud to employ a unique group of experts, including fertility specialists, reproductive endocrinologists, therapists, nursesembryologists, andrologists and support staff, whose common goal is to provide the highest quality fertility care. Our highly trained physicians are double board-certified in Reproductive Medicine and OB/GYN. They have been educated and trained at the nation’s top universities and hold faculty appointments with the Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell.

Success rates 

Each year more than 5,000 patients seek help at our facility, where they find a caring, understanding team of professionals prepared to help them through the stress of infertility. We offer them not just hope, but the full resources of a leader in the treatment of infertility and research into its causes. The majority of our patients will achieve successful outcomes, despite the fact that we accept even the most challenging cases. We count more than 25,000 babies as a living testament to our success. Our laboratory team plays a crucial role in maintaining our high pregnancy rates and the success of our egg freezing programs; they have received extensive training and many years of clinical experience. 

Our IVF (in vitro fertilization) success rates exceed national averages for all age groups. We measure success rates as delivered baby per embryo transfer. Other ways of reporting success rates can be confusing, and ultimately patients are interested in the “take home baby rate”. Our program reports IVF success rates to SART on an annual basis.Please note that a comparison of clinic success rates may not be meaningful because patient medical characteristics, treatment approaches, and entrance criteria for ART may vary from clinic to clinic.

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