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New England Fertility Making Reproductive Healthcare More Accessible to Danbury, CT Area Residents With New Satellite Facility

July 2, 2014

New England Fertility, one of the oldest fertility centers in the New York City metropolitan area, is making reproductive healthcare more accessible to those living in the Danbury, CT area by opening a satellite office across from Danbury Hospital.

Stamford, CT (PRWEB) July 02, 2014

New England Fertility, one of the oldest fertility centers in the New York City metropolitan area, is making reproductive healthcare more accessible to those living in the Danbury, CT area by opening a satellite office across from Danbury Hospital.

Gad Lavy, MD, the founder and medical director at New England Fertility, will begin seeing patients at the new location after August 1, 2014.

“People are very busy and they want and need to see specialists in their own neighborhood,” Lavy says. “We have many patients from the Danbury area so we know well their desire for convenience. This new offices should help. We are very excited,” he adds.

The clinic is located at 16 Hospital Avenue, Suite 103, Danbury, CT 06810.

Free fertility testing and an open house will take place on Monday, August 7. The public is invited.

The office will offer a wide range of services including IVF prep and monitoring and intrauterine insemination (IUI).

The new locations, the company’s third, comes on the heels of their new IVF program, The IVF Discount and Financing Plan, which offers a comprehensive IVF package and 12 month, zero percent, in-house financing.

New England Fertility is most well known for their egg donor and surrogacy program, helping many patients from New York State where surrogacy is illegal.

But the center does a substantial number of IVF cycles every year, mostly for those living in Fairfield County.

New England Fertility also has locations in Stamford and Hamden, CT.

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