Infertility, Reproductive Endocrinology and Advanced Reproductive Surgery
Maternal Fetal Medicine
Welcome to the Center for Reproductive Care of Exeter Hospital. We operate two affiliation programs with Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston, MA which are the first of their kind on the Seacoast. Through these affiliations, the Center for Reproductive Care (CRC) provides comprehensive infertility, reproductive endocrinology care and advanced reproductive surgery. Maternal Fetal Medicine (MFM), also known as high risk obstetrics, provides expert care for women who have complications or risk factors identified prior to or during pregnancy.
As a patient, you will have access to reproductive endocrinologists, perinatologists and genetic counselors from Brigham and Women’s, who are among the top physicians in their field nationwide. They are also on faculty at Harvard Medical School. Our dedicated staff, including RNs with ASRM nursing certificates in reproductive endocrinology nursing, is available seven days a week.
We are conveniently located off-site in a private office setting at MillBrook Office Park in Stratham, NH. Our experienced nursing and physician staff are here to walk you through each step of your care and make you an active participant. Your care is individualized and unique to address your specific clinical situation, your needs and your concerns.
Antonio R Gargiulo, MD
Elizabeth S Ginsburg, MD
Karen M Davidson, MD
Rosemary Reiss, MD
Nicole A Smith, MD
Lori Dobson, MS, CGC
Center for Reproductive Care of Exeter Hospital
118 Portsmouth Avenue, Suite 102
Stratham, NH 03885
Maternal Fetal Medicine (MFM) provides advanced obstetrical services to pregnant patients facing serious reproductive challenges and women contemplating pregnancy who have medical conditions, risk factors or family history requiring counseling.Your initial consultation will be with...
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Who Needs to Visit The Center for Reproductive Care?
Anyone who has concerns about her/his reproductive health
Couples less than 35 years old who have tried to conceive for one year or longer
Couples who are 35 years old or older who have tried to...
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