RMANJ believes that nurses are a vital part of the comprehensive care experience, which is why our team is comprised of nurses whose passion for helping patients is matched only by their commitment to staying at the forefront of reproductive medicine. Our care team is focused on you and your fertility care needs.
It’s no surprise, then, that RMANJ has been recognized as a Center of Nursing Excellence by The Executive Board of the Nurses’ Professional Group – American Society of Reproductive Medicine (ASRM).
Hillary Silva is a REI nurse Coordinator at Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey’s Marlton office. When she isn’t coordinating patient care, she enjoys hiking, kayaking and traveling with her family and getting lost in a good book.
Hillary Silva decided she wanted a career where she could serve others. After her father experienced a medical emergency, and she witnessed the exceptional care by his nurses, she decided she wanted to become a nurse herself.
Originally from a small town in New Hampshire, Hillary moved to Florida to attend the University of Central Florida where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Psychology. Upon graduation she moved to North Carolina where she enrolled in the University of North Carolina at Wilmington and obtained a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. She entered the field as a labor and delivery nurse, but she soon decided to pursue the field of reproductive medicine after a close family member experienced infertility.
Silva is an REI Nurse Coordinator at Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey’s Marlton office where she works closely with patients throughout their fertility care.
“I love working with a dedicated team to help our patients build their families,” she said.
When she isn’t coordinating patient care, she enjoys hiking, kayaking and traveling with her family and getting lost in a good book.
Kim MacAvoy-Sorochen is an REI Nurse Coordinator in Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey’s Marlton office. When she isn’t guiding patients through their fertility care, she is a professor at Jersey College School of Nursing and she is a USA Swim Official.
Kim MacAvoy-Sorochen has always been in the science field, but started off her career as a biologist and volunteer EMT. It was her exposure to nurses in the emergency room as an EMT that convinced her to pursue a degree in nursing.
She earned her first bachelor’s degree in biology from Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey. She then obtained her associate’s degree in registered nursing from The University of Medicine and Dentistry in New Brunswick, New Jersey. MacAvoy-Sorochen became a full time emergency room nurse while pursuing her second bachelor’s degree in nursing and her master’s degree in nursing education from Thomas Edison State University in Trenton, New Jersey.
MacAvoy-Sorochen joined Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey’s Marlton office in a dual role as an REI Nurse Coordinator and PACU Nurse. She enjoys working with patients through their fertility care and collaborating with the amazing medical team.
“Our team is dedicated to providing patients with the best patient-centered care,” she recently said, “There’s no better feeling than success with a patient.”
She fills her limited free time in the company of her family, in the classroom as a professor at Jersey College School of Nursing and at the pool officiating swim meets as a USA Swim Official.