Where The Highest Quality of Care Meets Comfort
New Location, Same Great Care.
Welcome to our office. After three amazing years in Suite 500, we have outgrown our original facility. In order to fulfil our mission of being the best fertility center in New York City, we had to move up. Literally. Every single detail was artfully designed to make your treatment as relaxing as possible.
Located in Midtown East, our newly remodeled facility features a state-of-the-art laboratory, to improve our already amazing results. Our remodeled waiting, consultation, changing, operation, and conference rooms offer more comfort and privacy. The 11th Floor features original works from local artists and brand new furniture to promote a calm and peaceful environment.
Our facility may be beautiful, but it would be nothing without the compassion and care of our staff members.
Your Visit With A View
When you visit our 11th Floor Office in Midtown East, you’ll have the full New York experience. Our facility gives you sweeping views of the sprawling skyline and varied vistas. Enjoy the beautiful view of Manhattan through our wall to wall windows.
Music In The Mornings
Live Piano On Monday and Tuesday
Classical music has been proven to be more than just background noise. One of the most important forces of maintaining a good state of mental health is human connection, and one of the simplest ways to do that is through listening to music.
In a study published in Deutsches Aezteblatt International 2016, it was shown that patients who listened to classical music had lower blood pressure and lower heart rates when compared to those who did not. Additionally, in 2012 the International Journal of Critical Illness and Injury Science produced a study that showed intensive care-patients suffering from pain, anxiety, depression, and cardiovascular issues can benefit the most from classical music.
“It is the emphasis of listening to the harmonies and rhythms of classical music that may provide a calming effect for people, thus helping to lower their blood pressure.” -Michael Schneck, MD.