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Reproductive Science Center and Lowell General Hospital Announce Partnership in Infertility Treatment

One of New England's largest fertility clinics expands to 12 locations

LEXINGTON, Mass., May 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Reproductive Science Center (RSC) of New England, the seventh largest medical practice of its kind nationwide, announces a new partnership with Lowell General Hospital with the opening of an infertility clinic at the hospital's satellite facility in North Chelmsford at 10 Research Place, Suite 250.

Dr. Ania Kowalik, board-certified reproductive endocrinologist for RSC, established a practice at the hospital's outpatient facility because "patient convenience is very important in infertility treatments, due to the frequency of medical monitoring of patients. For that reason, creating more locations closer to patients' homes is part of our strategy of providing the best care possible."

The new location offers fertility consultations for patients in the Greater Lowell area and diagnostic services at Lowell General's main campus in Lowell. In vitro fertilization (IVF) procedures -- which include egg retrievals, embryo transfers and embryo cryopreservation -- will continue to be performed at RSC's centrally located Lexington, Mass. office.

"Our community relies on Lowell General Hospital for innovative care and expertise," says Normand E. Deschene, CEO and President of Lowell General Hospital. "Welcoming Reproductive Science Center to our suburban campus is part of our continued commitment to providing convenient access to advanced levels of women's health and maternal care. "

The Lowell General Chelmsford office is RSC's twelfth New England-area location. In addition, RSC has locations in Lexington, Braintree, Cambridge, Gardner, Melrose, Milford, Peabody, and Westborough, Mass.; Bedford, N.H.; and Providence, R.I.

Appointments can be scheduled by calling 1.800.858.4832. Additional information about RSC can be found on their Web site:

About Reproductive Science Center of New England

With 12 locations throughout New England, Reproductive Science Center is the seventh largest medical practice of its kind nationwide, known coast to coast for its innovative patient care, advanced laboratory capabilities and for success rates that are among the highest in the United States. Founded in 1988, RSC is led today by a team of six physicians -- four of whom are women, making it one of the largest groups of female reproductive endocrinologists in the Northeast. RSC is a member of IntegraMed, a national network of 29 fertility centers in 95 locations across the United States. Over 20 percent of all IVF procedure in the United States are performed in an IntegraMed fertility practice. For more information, visit

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