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RMANJ’s Habitat for Humanity Volunteer Day – What We Learned

On the morning of Friday, October 19, a group of RMANJ employees – including Dr. Mike Drews and Dr. Doreen Hock – all did something a little different, it was RMANJ volunteer day. They didn’t put 140 Allen Road into their GPS, and they didn’t go to work in Basking Ridge. Instead, they drove to […]

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Reflections on the Wave of Light: Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day

This post was written by RMANJ Director of Mental Health Services Judith Kottick and RMANJ counselor Jennifer Gamper Meenan, who both led a special event in Basking Ridge October 15. On October 15, a gray and gloomy fall evening befitting the occasion, the RMANJ mental health team held an event for patients and the community […]

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Join RMANJ for Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day

Losing a pregnancy or infant is a heartbreaking event. Whether through miscarriage, pregnancy loss, stillbirth or early infant demise, the experience is generally unexpected and can be devastating. It is not uncommon to find that the support from family and friends falls short. As much as they care about you, they cannot truly fathom this loss. Pregnancy […]

40 years of IVF

Happy 19th Birthday RMANJ!

Nineteen years ago today, RMANJ was born in Morristown, NJ. With a small, dedicated and ambitious few colleagues, Dr. Paul Bergh, Dr. Richard Scott and Dr. Mike Drews broke off from Saint Barnabas Hospital, now known as Saint Barnabas Medical Center, in Livingston, New Jersey, and decided to start their own fertility clinic. They picked […]

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Nurse practitioner finds family and career at RMANJ

For Englewood’s new nurse practitioner Evelina Tuers, the road to RMANJ didn’t begin with a resume – it began with an appointment to see a fertility doctor instead. Tuers became familiar with RMANJ several years ago, when she was working as a midwife and referred women struggling with infertility to RMANJ. Soon, she realized she […]

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RMANJ’s Focus on Patient Care Reflected in New Patient Experience Director

Telma Andrade, Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey’s new Director of Patient Experience, says she started her career as a patient advocate at the tender age of 9. Andrade credits an episode in her youth for helping her develop a passion for satisfying patient experiences. Born in Portugal, Andrade and her family moved to New […]

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Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) Testing of Ovarian Reserve

What is AMH? AMH, or anti-mullerian hormone is a substance produced by granulosa cells in ovarian follicles. It is first made in primary follicles that advance from the primordial follicle stage. At these stages follicles are microscopic and cannot be seen by ultrasound. AMH production is highest in preantral and small antral stages (less than […]

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Dr. Paul Bergh Becomes First Functional Medicine-Certified Fertility Doctor

Dr. Paul Bergh has just made history. Earlier this summer, one of RMANJ’s founding partners became the first reproductive endocrinologist to earn a certification in functional medicine, a branch of care that focuses on the root of medical conditions instead of the symptoms. But what does functional medicine have to do with infertility? More than […]

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RMANJ’s Marlton practice has a new nurse practitioner: meet Hayley Eichlin

She’s back. Hayley Eichlin, who spent two years working as a nurse practitioner at RMANJ’s Basking Ridge office in 2015, has returned to RMANJ. But this time, she’s landed in Marlton, where she’ll be working with lead doctors Daniel Kaser and Jason Franasiak at an exciting time: the expansion of the clinic to include a […]

For New Attending Physician, RMANJ Job a Dream Come True

Catha Fischer has finally made it – to New Jersey. The New York City born and raised reproductive endocrinologist has had her eye on this neck of the woods for years, and it has nothing to do with the shore. Instead, it has everything to do with Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey (RMANJ), and […]