Why Choose RMA as Your Fertility Clinic

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The RMA Network

RMA’s team approach offers individualized care dedicated to keeping care feeling local and personal. Every patient gets assigned a dedicated team of professionals consisting of a doctor, nurse, and financial coordinator.

Our entire team takes pride in offering simple touches and conveniences to help each patient stay positive.

 

Why should I choose RMA as my fertility clinic?

The RMA Network is committed to providing evidence-based fertility solutions with the greatest chance of success in the shortest time necessary to patients seeking treatment anywhere in the world. In 2018, patients came to RMA from over 30 US states and 40 countries.

RMA’s state-of-the-art laboratory has played a key role in our clinics achieving success rates at or above the national average and helping patients fulfill one of their most important dreams: starting a family.

From the materials used inside the laboratory, to the way the embryos are handled, to the timing of various highly-sensitive steps, to every difficult-to-perfect variable in between, RMA has made every effort to ensure our laboratory performs to the highest standards possible.

We take your dreams seriously, and our lab has the heart to prove it.

RMA’s April 2017 merger with IVI, Europe’s biggest IVF provider, has only elevated the group’s scientific reach. Together, IVI-RMA Global is the single-biggest investor in IVF research in the world.

 

What do fertility clinics do?

Fertility clinics help couples and individuals achieve pregnancy with the help of assisted reproductive technology (ART), such as IUI, IVF, and ovulation induction.

 

What requirements should a good fertility clinic have?

A good fertility clinic should have a team of reproductive endocrinologists dedicated to personalized patient care, furthering research in the field of fertility, and a state-of-the-art laboratory. For many years, RMA’s network of clinics has achieved unparalleled success rates in the U.S. due to medical and technological advancements in the field of reproductive medicine.

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