Weill Cornell Medical College, Center for Reproductive Medicine
I had been to another clinic for 4 cycles with no success so I went for a second opinion and they listened and got me pregnant in the first try! Dr. David Reichman's super attentive, responsive to your needs and questions, very accessible and just a great guy!
Just great experience from start to end. Quick, informative and personalized care. They really care about you.
The clinic was very clean and staff were super friendly that they remembered your name. I like the garden city office and it’s easier to go to then the Manhattan office on York ave which can get so busy and crowded on weekends. Parking isn’t easy in Manhattan but if your partner goes with you it’s helpful! They are very quick so it’s mostly an in and out process.
Was a great experience- really friendly and knowledgeable staff.
Really had a very quick and efficient treatment over maybe 2 months at Cornell tribeca. Highly recommend, very convenient from NJ via the path, and likely for those in Brooklyn too. Top notch experience overall.
Very factory like. Very crowded. No email abilities from staff which was frustrating.
Best experience I could have had going through such a difficult time
Dr. Reichmann is great, compassionate, honest. The nurses and physician assistants are EVERYTHING. I looked toward to their calls because they were all so supportive and caring. Just like with most fertility clinics, you have to ask questions to get all the information you want, but unlike other places they are genuinely happy to answer and thorough.
It is a wonderful clinic and wonderful doctors.
They know what they are doing. The wait times can be a bit hectic but IVF was successful the first try.
Well run center with professional and knowledgeable staff. Can accommodate for working women schedules.
Check plus. Clean professional great nurses
I was treated in Tribeca but needed to go to the upper east side location some days.
Friendly. Easy. Well organized. The nursing team is helpful
Long wait time but they helped me figure out my fertility issues. The facility is pretty outstanding. Everyone form the doctors to the phlebotomist are welcoming and caring.
Very thorough and caring. Suggested multiple options and explained everything
It's a bit of a factory but I spoke to the same nurse and doctor most of the time. Longest wait was before retrieval.
Great program with world class research. My Husband is a geneticist and helped research and choose this practice and Dr
The doctors at Cornell are excellent. I got pregnant with twins after my first IVF cycle. I could not be happier with my experience.
I cannot say enough good things about Cornell. They run like a well-oiled machine. We saw Dr. Reichman in the TriBeCa office and absolutely adored him. The nurses were warm and welcoming, the facilities were clean and modern, and all the information and classes provided were extremely helpful. IVF is challenging, but Cornell wants you to succeed as much as you do.
The doctors and their are very attentive, percise, and warm. The facility and equipment is top notch, modern, and clean.
I had a great exprience the staff was clear and concise and appts were always available and so was the staff
I never had to wait and everyone on the staff to the doctor was very nice and accommodating.
The nurses are really helpful and make the whole process less stressful
I feel that the clinic is at the forefront of fertility treatment and I love my doctor.
The clinic isn't super personal but they know what they are doing and they get great results. Office and hospital visits were great and I loved my doctor and nurse.
Great group of doctors and nurses!
The staff of Dr's & Nurses are top notch!
Top notch care and doctors who genuinely want to help
I honestly felt like I had the best doctors and best care in the country.
Total factory. It's really hard not to feel like a number at cornell. The morning blood work and ultrasound rounds are like a cattle call. Thankfully it is rather swift. You are in and out in 25 to 40 minutes tops. After the initial diagnosis, you get very little time with your own doctor. It is whoever is on rotation. But all the doctors are pretty great - so that is not such a big deal. They are definitely state-of the art about everything and you can tell why it is that people travel from all over to come to Cornell. They take the cases no one else will. I was one of those cases. I am glad I came here. One of the kindest doctors I have ever met. He is genuinely caring. I think he was as affected by my miscarriage as I was. The only negative is that seeing him sometimes takes hours. He is not one to rush a meeting, so if you have a late afternoon appointment with him, get ready for a SUPER long wait.
Fantastic. Efficient. Great care and service. Dr. Pfeiffer was very accommodating, understanding and reasonable
The staff and doctors are extremely knowledgable and very helpful. She's wonderful, really remembers every patient, wants you to succeed and comes up with a plan that works best for you.
The data shown in this section comes from both SART.org and the CDC. Together these organizations maintain the most up-to-date data on fertility clinic success rates in the US. Your physician should be able to help you interpret these reports. When you see a "?" in a chart, it simply indicates that a clinic has completed less than 20 cycles in that category and age range, which would make showing success rates misleading, according to the CDC
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