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Navigating fertility treatment during a pandemic can be stressful. We’re sharing important office updates, resources, and what fertility patients need to know about the COVID-19 vaccine.Learn more
If you need to obtain your medical records, we have partnered with MediCopy to fulﬁll your Release of Information requests. MediCopy is fully HIPAA compliant and adheres to all state and federal regulations concerning release of medical information.Submit Request
You may find meditation to be stress relieving. Some find it incredibly helpful on their fertility journey to find a sense of calm and reflection each day.Learn more
Yoga can be a relaxing method to channel stress in a healthy way and introduce exercise into your daily routine.Learn more
Speaking with a certified nutritionist enables individuals to make healthy lifestyle changes through nutritional education, exercise and meal planning.Learn more
There is growing evidence in medical research confirming that acupuncture has a positive impact on fertility, and is often paired with IVF or FET cycles.Learn more
Fertility is an emotional journey, which is why we offer support through experienced counselors.Learn more
Go forth and be empowered.
At South Jersey Fertility Center, we want our patients to feel empowered to explore additional services and support that can be helpful through the fertility journey. In some cases, our team won’t be able to provide the ancillary support you may look for, and we want to make it easy to access what you need to make your unique journey enjoyable and stress free.
If you are having trouble accessing our patient portal to complete your paperwork online, you can print the forms and return them to the office directly. If you’d prefer to complete your forms online, access is available via our patient portal.
Please Note: In compliance with the Joint Commission, if you have a concern about patient safety or quality of care, you can contact the Joint Commission directly to report a concern. As always, your care is of the utmost importance to us.