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Reproductive Medicine Associates Network Top Ranked in Newsweek’s ‘America’s Best Fertility Clinics’

BASKING RIDGE, N.J. , April 22 /Businesswire/ - Reproductive Medicine Associates (RMA), one of the nation's leading reproductive service providers and a pioneer in IVF research, today announced that four clinics in its network were ranked in Newsweek’s 2024 list of America’s Best Fertility Clinics. RMA clinics are consistently recognized for their exceptionally high IVF success rates that surpass the national average.

RMA Basking Ridge, was ranked the 11th best fertility clinic in the country. RMA King of Prussia, Conceptions Reproductive Associates of Colorado, and RMA Seattle also ranked among the top 125 U.S. fertility clinics.

Newsweek's ranking is based on a combination of assisted reproductive technology (ART) metrics and a national survey of over 3,000 reproductive endocrinologists, infertility specialists, obstetricians, gynecologists, and other medical professionals. These objective metrics and assessments were combined with clinic accreditations and patient reviews to calculate a score for each facility.

“We are honored that several of our facilities, including our Basking Ridge headquarters, ranked among the top fertility clinics in the country,” said Lynn Mason, CEO. “This recognition is a testament to the dedication, professionalism, and expertise of the reproductive endocrinology and infertility teams at all of our locations who are laser-focused on the one metric most important to everyone who walks through our doors—the delivery of a healthy baby.”

The RMA Network has provided cutting-edge fertility care to individuals and couples looking to build their families for 25 years. With a suite of medical and support services, including fertility testing, IVF, IUI, genetic testing, egg freezing, LGBTQ+ fertility resources, ovulation induction, donor eggs/sperm & embryos, and gestational surrogacy, RMA locations provide comprehensive support to assist patients on their family creation journey.

“RMA has pioneered a number of techniques that are now standard across the industry such as single embryo transfer, and pre-implantation genetic testing, which have dramatically improved successful outcomes,” added Dr. Thomas A. Molinaro, Chief Medical Officer and Reproductive Endocrinologist at RMA. “We are one of the most trusted authorities on all aspects of fertility, and our IVF laboratory produces exceptionally high IVF success rates, surpassing national averages.”

About RMA

Reproductive Medicine Associates (RMA) has been helping build families through the most advanced treatment options and patient-centered fertility care for 25 years. RMA is a leader in IVF research, having pioneered Single Embryo Transfer (SET) and Pre-Implantation Genetic Testing (PGT-A), dramatically increasing successful outcomes and safety for mothers and babies alike. With access to practices nationwide, RMA has helped welcome over 50,000 babies into loving families. Learn more at

STORY TAGS: United States, North America, Women, Baby/Maternity, Genetics, LGBTQ+, Men, Family, Other Health, Health, Consumer, Award, Product/Service, New Jersey,


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