RMA Philadelphia

Fertility Care You Can Trust

RMA Philadelphia

Fertility Care You Can Trust

COVID-19 Updates

RMA Philadelphia is shifting some of its services, including egg retrieval and embryo transfer, to RMA New Jersey

  • Philadelphia patients currently in cycle will continue to receive care, including monitoring morning, at RMA Philadelphia. Existing patients with questions are encouraged to call the office.
  • New Philadelphia patients desiring an initial consultation can have their first appointment done through telehealth with RMA Philadelphia. Interested patients are asked to call 215-654-1544 to schedule their virtual appointments.
  • Patients coming into RMA Philadelphia clinics should know we have undertaken heightened cleaning and screening measures to limit risk inside our clinics. They include:
    • Practicing social distancing in waiting areas
    • Allowing only patients, not spouses or others, to come in for appointments, morning monitoring, as well as egg retrieval and transfer
    • Screening patients for Covid-19 prior to entry
  • Please call the office if you have a cold, cough, and/or fever before coming in.

About Us

RMA Philadelphia is comprised of four clinics in the greater Philadelphia area, giving hopeful parents convenient access to the most advanced fertility care available. Our four clinics, located in King of Prussia, Langhorne, Willow Grove and center city Philadelphia, offer a full range of fertility services, including In Vitro Fertilization (IVF), Intrauterine Insemination (IUI), and third party reproductive services. RMA of Philadelphia’s dedicated, highly-trained physicians and care teams offer flexible appointment times and early morning ultrasounds. RMA’s treatment success rates also attract patients from across the country and around the world.

Patient Health Alert

Read RMA's Statement Regarding COVID-19 here.

Please call RMA if you have a cold, cough, and/or fever before coming into an office, or if you have had contact with anyone who has recently traveled or is suspected of having Covid-19.

Our Specialists

Fertility Treatments

These are just some of the most popular treatments

In Vitro Fertilization (IVF)

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.

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Intrauterine Insemination (IUI)

Intrauterine Insemination (IUI) is a type of artificial insemination that allows doctors to inject sperm directly into a patient’s uterine cavity during an optimal time of ovulation.

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Ovulation Induction (OI)

The purpose of Ovulation Induction (OI) 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.

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Social Reviews

Kristen Arniotis

"Dr. Freedman was always very calming. It was always really nice dealing with him. He explained everything he did, all the possibilities that there were for me, as far as treatment was concerned. The nurses were always wonderful also. It always felt sort of like a family."

Janet Maleski

"I tell my friends to come here [RMA Philadelphia] because it feels like they are really in it with you. You're not just a number there. They are really in it for you. Even the nurses, when you come in for bloodwork in the morning, they know your name and they ask you how you're doing."

Patient Testimonials

Allison’s Fertility Story

For Allison Holzman, an ambitious young lawyer, life has always been about balance – she wanted a career and a family. When, in her mid-30s, she still hadn’t found the right partner, she decided she didn’t need to wait anymore – she would be a single mother by choice, and have children with the help of fertility doctors.

Kelly’s Fertility Story

Kelly Valvano would do anything to become a mom, so when she had trouble starting her family nearly 20 years ago, she came to RMA founding partner Dr. Paul Bergh. After a fertility consultation, the two decided together her best chances of success would be IVF.

Joanna’s Fertility Story

Joanna Gundrum and her husband didn’t fit the typical infertility mold: they were both young and healthy, and weren’t aware of any red flags that could mean they might need help. After she wasn’t successful with IVF at her first clinic, she came to RMA, and got pregnant on her first IVF cycle: her daughter Liliana was born in 2019.



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