Columbia Fertility opens new practice in White Plains, NY
New location offers advanced options for fertility treatment to women and couples in Westchester
Columbia University Fertility Center, part of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Columbia University Irving Medical Center, is proud to announce the opening of a second practice location in White Plains, NY.
The new practice site, located at 244 Westchester Avenue, will feature a full suite of fertility services, including fertility screening and diagnosis, semen analysis, intrauterine insemination, oncofertility services, preimplantation genetic testing, daily monitoring for IUI and IVF cycles, and more. Rachel McConnell, MD, and Paula Brady, MD will see patients at the new location, along with care teams providing full fertility support services.
With an original location located in Columbus Circle in midtown Manhattan, Columbia University Fertility Center has now expanded their services to include a second location in Westchester County, providing crucial infertility support and access to cutting-edge treatments for infertility within this region. They remain committed their mission to provide the best patient care, to support innovative research, and to bring those innovations into clinical practice.
“We are thrilled to offer the most advanced options for fertility treatment and provide it in the most compassionate way so that women and couples in Westchester can have access to the highest levels of fertility care available anywhere,” said Zev Williams, MD, PhD, Wendy D. Havens Associate Professor of Women's Health and the Chief of the Division of Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility at Columbia University Irving Medical Center.
Columbia University Fertility Center has long been a leader in the latest cutting-edge fertility treatments. They specialize in helping those suffering from infertility or recurrent pregnancy loss and developing novel technologies and treatments to improve patient success.
Most recently, the center launched a new at-home male sperm collection kit. Born out of the need due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but now being fully clinically implemented for the long term, the kit improves care and lowers costs while enabling patients to undergo sample collection in the privacy of their own home.
To make an appointment at either our midtown Manhattan practice or our new location in White Plains, please call (646) 756-8282.