NEW YORK – Lenox Hill Human Reproduction, a cutting-edge fertility treatment center, today announced the opening of its Upper East Side Manhattan office.
Tomer Singer MD, leads a highly trained staff in delivering high-quality fertility treatment. Dr. Singer is the first full-time reproductive endocrinologist at Lenox Hill Hospital. “I’m thrilled to open the doors at Lenox Hill Human Reproduction and to continue the long tradition of excellent care and advanced technology for which Lenox Hill and North Shore-LIJ are known,” Dr. Singer said.
Lenox Hill Human Reproduction and Dr. Singer are affiliated with the North Shore-LIJ Health System’s Center for Human Reproduction and Lenox Hill Hospital. Since its inception in 1976, the Center for Human Reproduction has helped bring more than 25,000 babies into this world. With convenient locations in Queens, Suffolk, Nassau and now Manhattan, the Center for Human Reproduction provides couples with easy access to fertility care in areas where they live and work.
Lenox Hill Human Reproduction offers traditional assisted reproductive technologies such as in vitro fertilization (IVF) and intra-uterine insemination (IUI), as well as innovative services that include: genetic screening of embryos; egg freezing for single women; fertility preservation for cancer patients; and a new egg bank option for patients in need of egg donation at an affordable cost as well as immediate availability. The new office strives to bring quality care in a convenient, patient-friendly environment to help patients build healthy families.
For more information, or to schedule an appointment with Dr. Singer, call (212) 324-BABY (2229) or visit lenoxhillhumanreproduction.com
With more than 35 years of experience in the field of fertility and seven convenient locations, the Center for Human Reproduction is one of the largest and most successful fertility centers in New York. The Center for Human Reproduction is led by Avner Hershlag, MD and is the longest-standing program on Long Island, with a history of accomplishment dating back to 1976, The Center has expanded its services beyond traditional reproductive therapies to help patients preserve their fertility, alter their family’s genetic destiny and overcome even the most challenging fertility cases.