CARMF Recent Recognition for Excellence in Medicine

Posted on May 3, 2016  by  

Physician Recognition for Professional ExcellenceAt the Center for Advanced Reproductive Medicine & Fertility, we pride ourselves on offering personal, affordable patient care with great success rates. The quality of service is demonstrated by our returning patients as well as patient and physician referrals, in addition to many very positive reviews on various medical directory websites.

 

Dr. Suna Qasim has achieved a level of professional excellence recognized by numerous clinical publications and medical organizations over the years, and 2016 is no exception. Dr. Qasim has been voted:

  • Castle Connolly’s Top Doctors of the New York Metro Area
  • The Leading Physicians of the World’s Top Endocrinologist in Edison, NJ, chosen by International Association of Health Care Professionals
  • Top 5% “Best of the Best” in America’s Most Honored Professionals Award
  • America’s Best Physicians of 2016

 

Dr. Rahul Sachdev has also received his share of accolades, including:

  • Castle Connolly’s Top Doctors for Women
  • Largest Doctors for Women’s Health, by Inside Jersey Magazine

 

We take great pride in these recognitions. Medicine is our passion, and we work every day to help our patients achieve their dreams of parenthood. We thank our patients and New Jersey’s medical community for their support and their recognition of our efforts.

 

Filed under:

Fact or Myth? Test Your Infertility IQ!

Posted on April 28, 2016  by  

Ready to test your Infertility IQ?   Celebrities having kids at 50? You’re too stressed; just go on vacation and you will get pregnant in a snap? Designer babies?!? There is a lot of misinformation out there about fertility, IVF treatment, conception and pregnancy. Now is your chance to test your smarts on this multiple choice quiz... Continue Reading

Filed under: ,

IVF and Gender Selection

Posted on April 19, 2016  by  

The Chrissy Teigen backlash Super couple Chrissy Teigen and singer John Legend have been trying to conceive for several years. Infertility treatments have finally allowed them to carry a so-far successful pregnancy, as well as the added benefit of knowing the baby’s gender in advance. So why is the public railing against the couple’s choice?... Continue Reading

Filed under: ,

Zika and Your Fertility Treatment

Posted on March 28, 2016  by  

Since late January 2016, the Zika virus has made headlines in the United States.   The illness itself is not especially serious – though widespread, it induces fairly mild symptoms, lasting about a week and then disappearing, and only presenting in 20% of those affected by the virus. The people who should be most concerned... Continue Reading

Filed under:

Why it Pays to Understand Your Insurance Benefits

Posted on February 18, 2016  by  

You’re starting fertility treatment. Hooray! Taking charge of your reproductive health is an empowering feeling, but it can also be confusing at times – specifically, when you think about the cost of your full course of fertility therapy. Learn your insurance policy’s infertility insurance benefits That huge stack of papers you received from your insurer... Continue Reading

Filed under: , ,

After the Thaw

Posted on January 14, 2016  by  

Freezing your eggs? Great! You are keeping your fertility in mind and preparing for the future. But as you become more firm in your decision, consider what happens afterward. When you are ready to use your frozen eggs When the time comes to cash in on your fertility investment, your fertility center will thaw your... Continue Reading

Filed under:

Positive During Holidays

Staying Positive During the Holidays

Posted on December 23, 2015  by  

The holidays are upon us!   While this is a joyous occasion for many, it can fill others with dread. Questions about starting a family or having more children abound during the holidays, and you may feel anxious about the impending inquisition about your status and your choices, especially if you don’t have great news... Continue Reading

Filed under: