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Reproductive Medicine Associates of New York Now Participating in the WINFertility® Direct-to-Consumer IVF Program
Date:2/5/2013

White Plains NY and NY, NY (PRWEB) February 05, 2013

WINFertility, Inc., a leader in Infertility Management Programs for insurers and employers, announced the extension of its consumer offering throughout the metropolitan New York area with the addition of Reproductive Medicine Associates of New York (“RMA of NY”). This marks the 32nd location where consumers can access The WINFertility Program. The expansion increases the availability of high quality, affordable fertility care for many of the over five million NY Tri-State residents facing infertility today who are without advanced infertility insurance coverage.

WINFertility simplifies, streamlines and discounts fertility treatments for uninsured patients trying to conceive. State-of-the-art, evidence-based treatment programs for IUI, IVF and Third Party Reproduction are delivered by WINFertility’s highly accredited network of fertility specialists. Infertility medications are included in the single-cycle discounted price, and there is no age or medical criteria required to enroll in the program. If treatment is indicated by a participating provider and the patient has no infertility insurance coverage or has exhausted her benefits, she is then eligible to enroll in the WINFertility Program.

WINFertility’s FertilityCoach Nurses(SM) are available on a 24/7 basis for education and care coordination, supported by a Medical Advisory Board comprised of industry-leading Reproductive Endocrinologists. Financing programs that provide preferred rates are also available to WINFertility patients.

The WINFertility Treatment Program is now available at Reproductive Medicine Associates of New York (RMANY), one of the largest and most successful fertility practices in the country with five convenient offices located in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Garden City, White Plains and Cornwall, NY.

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