New York’s Destination for Personalized Fertility Care
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Drew Tortoriello, MD
Drew Tortoriello, our Medical Director, is an outstanding physician that you will find to be very personable and compassionate, who takes care to ensure that you have the most cutting-edge fertility treatments at your disposal.Learn More
Cary L. Dicken, MD
Dr. Cary L. Dicken came to Sher Institute of Reproductive Medicine (SIRM) from Columbia University Center for Women’s Reproductive Care and is a long-time colleague of Dr. Tortoriello and Dr. Wang. Dr. Dicken attended Albert Einstein College of Medicine, completed her residency at Columbia University Ob/Gyn, and her fellowship in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility at Albert Einstein Medical Center.Learn More
Jeffrey Wang, MD
Jeff Wang, MD is renowned for his calm, reassuring demeanor and his individualized attention with every one of his patients. In addition to English, Dr. Wang is fluent in Mandarin and Taiwanese. He has received multiple Patient’s Choice awards and Compassionate Physician awards over the past 7 years.Learn More
Dr. Drew Tortoriello is one of the most balanced, caring and intelligent doctors I have ever had. You really feel like he is plugged into your case. He remembers your info when you have an appt with him. He answers emails. This is the most responsive and caring group of medical professionals I have EVER experienced.
Dr. Dicken is a very caring physician with wonderful bedside manner. She does a great job of explaining medical information to non-physicians. I highly recommend her!
Dr. Jeff Wang is talented and brilliant. He took an interest in my case and was extremely attentive and answered all my numerous emails. His bedside manner is impeccable. I am so impressed with Dr. Wang and I highly recommend him if you would like to have your best chance at success.
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