Exeter Hospital’s Center for Reproductive Care celebrates 1,000 babies
Posted Oct 18, 2018 at 10:33 AM
Updated Oct 18, 2018 at 10:33 AM
EXETER – Exeter Hospital's Center for Reproductive Care Celebrates 1,000 Babies
The CRC provides comprehensive infertility, reproductive endocrinology, reproductive surgery and maternal fetal medicine services affiliating with physicians from Brigham and Women’s Hospital. It has been located in Stratham, NH since 1999.
“It is like Christmas morning when a couple I worked with has finally had their dreams come true with the arrival of their new baby!” says Carey Sullivan, RN, who has worked at CRC for 16 years. The nurses (RNs) at the Center for Reproductive Care also have ASRM nursing certificates in reproductive endocrinology.
The Brigham and Women’s providers at CRC include reproductive endocrinologists Antonio Gargiulo, MD and Elizabeth Ginsburg, MD, along with perinatologists Karen Davidson, MD, Rosemary Reiss, MD, Nicole Smith, MD and certified genetic counselor Lori Dobson. The physicians are also on faculty at Harvard Medical School. Dr. Gargiulo is now performing da Vinci robotic surgery at Exeter Hospital, saving many patients from traveling to Boston for this advanced surgical technology.
“At the Center for Reproductive Care, we are able to provide unique expertise in the most challenging areas of human reproduction, including fertility preservation, three-party reproduction for women without eggs or uterus, severe male factor infertility, endometriosis and uterine fibroids,” says Dr. Antonio Gargiulo. “Our services include advanced techniques of assisted human reproduction and robot-assisted reproductive microsurgery, many of which have been developed right at Brigham and Women’s Hospital.”