New York Fertility Clinic Contact Information
425 Fifth Ave., 3rd Floor
(5th Ave. & 38th St.)
New York, NY, 10016
Toll Free: (866) 747-6692
Phone: (646) 792-7476
Fax: (646) 274-0600
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About the Sher New York Fertility Specialists
Dr. Drew Tortoriello earned his medical degree at the State University of New York, Downstate Medical Center, during which time he was elected to the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society. He went on to complete his residency at the New York Hospital/Cornell Medical Center, after which he underwent his clinical fellowship training in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, followed by a clinical and basic science fellowship in REI at Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical Center. Read more.
Dr. Cary L. Dicken joined Sher Fertility Institute from Columbia University Center for Women’s Reproductive Care and is a long-time colleague of Dr. Tortoriello. She has more than 20 published papers and presentations to her credit and has special expertise and interest in the following areas: Poor responders, unexplained infertility and repetitive IVF failure. Read more.
Dr. Althea O’Shaughnessy recently joined Sher Fertility Institute, bringing her 27 years’ experience in the field of Reproductive Endocrinology. Her philosophy is focused on patient-centered, compassionate care and individualized diagnosis and treatment. She has been voted by her peers as a Castle Connolly Top Doctors Award recipient for five straight years and has a wealth of expertise in the field. Read more.
Dr.Jeff Wang medical director for our fertility clinic, has a compassionate, patient-oriented approach to fertility treatment. With a focus on the physician-patient relationship, his goal is to educate and empower his patients to make the best decisions for their own personal situations. He takes a holistic approach to treatment, focusing on both the physiological and the emotional needs of his patients, guiding them through a balanced treatment regimen. Read more.
New York IVF Cycle Dates
We are able to accommodate patients’ schedules on an ongoing basis, so we don’t have defined cycle start dates.
About the New York Fertility Clinic
From the moment you walk into our state-of-the-art fertility clinic located on Fifth Avenue in Midtown Manhattan, you’ll feel the warmth and compassion that will define your experience at our New York IVF clinic. In addition to the Manhattan center, we also have an infertility practice in Westchester County serving White Plains, Purchase, Rye Brook, Scarsdale, Hartsdale, Port Chester, and the Hudson Valley. Drew Tortoriello, MD serves as Medical Director of SIRM-NY. Dr. Tortoriello is a board certified Reproductive Endocrinologist that joined SIRM in 2007 from the Columbia University Medical Center. He has over 10 years of clinical and academic experience in the field of infertility and In Vitro Fertilization. Dr. Tortoriello is an outstanding physician that you will find to be caring, compassionate and personable.
Joining Dr. Tortoriello is Dr. Althea O’Shaughnessy with 27 years of experience in the field of Reproductive Endocrinology and Dr. Cary L. Dicken from Columbia University Center for Women’s Reproductive Care and is a long-time colleague of Dr. Tortoriello.
When you receive fertility treatment at either of our New York fertility clinics, each doctor will participate with hands-on management of your case throughout your treatment. We pride ourselves on an individualized problem-solving approach, coupled with compassionate care and awareness of the emotional struggles that accompany infertility. SIRM-NY has quickly become the center to turn to when all other options have failed and patients are searching for hope and fresh alternatives to their treatment.
At Sher Fertility New York, we are very proud of our reputation of being on the leading edge of emerging reproductive technology. In fact, along with our colleagues at other SIRM centers and at ReproCure, we have pioneered many medical breakthrough techniques, the most recent and exciting of which include:
- Comparative Genomic Hybridization (CGH) for embryo selection
- Donor egg banking
- Fertility preservation (FP) and Fertility Rescue (FR)
Many of our patients are working professionals who have very busy schedules. We respect the value of your time and have therefore structured our program to run on a tight time schedule for all appointments in a sincere effort to minimize delays and inconveniences. You can connect with our fertility doctors and post fertility questions to our doctors, most of which are answered on the same day on our fertility blogs.
SIRM-NY also attracts many patients from out of town and out of the country. Whenever possible, we work to coordinate treatment with our patients’ Ob/Gyns which helps reduce the amount of time spent in our offices. Our protocols and treatment approach have effectively shortened the treatment period – in most cases couples don’t need to spend longer than 8-10 days onsite.
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The SIRM-NY cutting-edge protocols, unique IVF package plans and outstanding success rates complete the picture as to why we are the logical choice for you to reach your dream of having a baby. We look forward to caring for you soon!
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IVF Success Rate Data
Click to view the 2014 preliminary SART IVF Success Rate Report for Sher Fertility Institute New York
(Accurate and complete reporting of ART success rates is complicated. This report is best understood in consult with your physician. The data presented in this report should not be used for comparing clinics. Clinics may have differences in patient selection, treatment approaches, and cycle reporting practices which may inflate or lower pregnancy rates relative to another clinic. Please discuss this with your doctor.)
In the News
The following links are news and information offered by the Sher Fertility New York office. We include information about our staff, those we’ve helped, and other topics of interest.
Dr. Tortoriello is rated a “Top Doctor” by Castle Connolly
Patient Dianne Spoto Ackerman on Dr. Drew Tortoriello: R.E. Stands for Rockstar Extraordinaire
New York, NY Clinic Success Stories
Even while being part of Sher Fertility Institute’s efforts in helping patients deliver more than 18,000 babies, for everyone at the New York, NY clinic, every single delivery – and story – is precious to us. We hope you enjoying reading these inspiring stories as much as we have enjoyed helping make them happen.
The Ackerman Family (National Infertility Week 2015 feature)
The Koehler Family (National Infertility Week 2015 feature)
The Greco Family (National Infertility Week 2015 feature)
Adam and Liam
SIRM NY Gave Us Hope
Emma Kiersten and Noah Francis
Juliana and Stella
Latest News and Information
The following links are news and information offered by the New York, NY office. We include information about our staff, those we’ve helped, and other topics of interest.
Dr. Cary L. Dicken: What to Expect During Your First Appointment
Sher Fertility New York’s Andrology Technologist Maria Mondoc Green
Sher Fertility New York’s Jr. Embryologist, Jennifer Del Polito
Meet Sher New York’s Clinical Manager, Jocelyn Lopez
Dr. Drew Tortoriello’s Last Blog Post on Ovarian Hyperstimulation Syndrome
Dr. Cary L. Dicken: On Stopping the Pill and Periods
Dr. Cary L. Dicken: Why Didn’t My IVF Cycle Work
Dr. Cary L. Dicken: What’s the Deal with hCG