As of Tuesday, May 25th RMA New Jersey will, in accordance with NJ Administrative Order 2021-11, allow a support person for pregnancy-related office visits.
Per the orders FAQ document, fertility care is included in the definition of pregnancy-related care. Therefore, we will be allowing support persons to accompany patients for all office appointments.
Please note that the regulations for Ambulatory Surgery Centers (EO 20-016) have not changed.
Support persons are still not permitted in the ASC and therefore cannot be present for retrievals or transfers. However, they are permitted to accompany the patient for sign-in and may rejoin them upon discharge.
We have a comprehensive COVID-19 risk mitigation process, that includes testing for both employees and patients, to combat the spread of Covid-19. This is in addition to heightened sanitation, extended hours and social distancing to provide the quality care patients should expect.
- Updated Morning Monitoring Hours (Weekdays)
- Last name: A-M: 6:00 AM – 7:30 AM
- Last name: N-Z: 7:00 AM – 8:30 AM
Infertility benefits vary from patient to patient and from provider to provider. The information provided is for informational purposes only and is not a commitment of coverage.
RMANJ participates in several insurance plans, including:
- Blue Cross Blue Shield
- Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield
- United Healthcare Oxford
- United Healthcare Student
- United Healthcare
- United Medical Credit
Navigating the world of fertility benefits can be confusing and overwhelming – to speak to an RMANJ Financial Counselor about how to optimize your coverage, call us at 973-971-0612.
Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey (RMANJ) ‘s Princeton office has been at the forefront of patient-focused fertility treatment for nearly two decades. While our locations and partnerships continue to grow, we’ve never lost sight of our primary goal: helping our patients achieve their parenthood goals.
For your convenience, all of our patient paperwork and educational resources can be found on our Artemis Patient Portal App or below. If you have any questions or issues completing your paperwork please reach out to your care team.
Available Fertility Treatments
The purpose of Ovulation Induction is to produce multiple eggs to increase the likelihood of conception. For women who do not ovulate regularly, oral or injectable medications may be administered to support oocyte or egg development.
Intrauterine Insemination (IUI) is a type of artificial insemination that allows doctors to inject sperm directly into a woman’s uterine cavity during an optimal time of ovulation.
In Vitro Fertilization
In Vitro Fertilization, or IVF, is the procedure most commonly associated with fertility treatment. While not every patient is right or ready for IVF, it has been demonstrated to be a highly effective option for many.
Egg freezing allows you to press pause on your fertility. By freezing your eggs while they are still young and healthy, you can empower yourself to plan your future fertility your way.
Using Donor Eggs, Sperm, & Embryos
For some patients, the path to parenthood requires help from an egg, sperm, or embryo donor. Donors can be known or anonymous and are thoroughly screened.
LGBTQ Fertility Options
RMA has been at the forefront of LGBTQ+ fertility care since opening its doors in 1999. We are recognized by the Human Rights Campaign for our commitment and expertise in providing access to care for gay, lesbian and trans patients in a safe and professional environment.
Fertility Care for Single Individuals
Many single women and men choose to build their families without a partner. These patients are often referred to as single parents by choice and RMA offers fertility treatments for single individuals looking to become parents.