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Infertility and fertility medical offices open in Brooklyn Heights

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The ribbon was snipped with care on Oct. 10 when Reproductive Medicine Associates of New York opened a new office at 26 Court St. Medical director and borough son Dr. Joshua Klein will lead a team of doctors, nurses, and technicians in offering patients the latest, state-of-the-art technology in the treatment of fertility, infertility, and comprehensive chromosomal screening.

“We offer the most progressive family building options that reflect the diversity of the people in this borough,” said Dr. Josh.

Dr. Alan Copperman, co-director of the Brooklyn office, told Standing O, “Since 2001, we have cared for Brooklyn-based patients in our Manhattan office. This new location will provide the same high quality in a convenient, comfortable and personalized setting.” He added, “It’s a good time to be in Brooklyn.”

Bravo Dr. Alan — but it’s always a good time to be in Brooklyn!

Reproductive Medicine Associates of New York [26 Court St. between Remsen and Montague streets in Brooklyn Heights (718) 531-8700].

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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