Doyle says: New patients on the onset of treatment are commonly overwhelmed and struggle to put the pieces together. ‘Kate’s Corner’ is a way for me to reach women who haven’t picked up the phone yet, who still need some encouragement to see a fertility.
(PRWEB) June 11, 2015
PathToFertility.com, the daily blog hosted by Reproductive Medicine Associates of Connecticut (RMACT), is adding a new contributor: New Patient Liaison Kate Doyle. In “Kate’s Corner,” Doyle will share with a wide audience the information and insights that she has been sharing one-on-one with new patients at the fertility practice.
As RMACT’s New Patient Liaison, Kate is the first person who speaks with patients before they schedule their initial appointment. They often call with a wide range of questions about the infertility diagnosis, process and possible treatments. Until patients understand the process, infertility treatment can seem daunting. Doyle’s goal is to take away the obstacles holding patients back from the infertility treatment they need to have a child.
“I spend most of my day listening,” says Doyle, who has been working with patients in various roles at RMACT since 2013. “New patients on the onset of treatment are commonly overwhelmed and struggle to put the pieces together. ‘Kate’s Corner’ is a way for me to reach women who haven’t picked up the phone yet, who still need some encouragement to see a fertility specialist.”
Doyle’s first topic is “The Diagnostic Puzzle,” where she explains how infertility can have layers of factors such as genetics and age. It is an example of the type of perspective that Doyle can bring to anyone who thinks they may need help starting a family. Although many couples hesitate before seeing a fertility specialist, infertility is common. It affects approximately 11 percent of the reproductive population, according to American Society of Reproductive Medicine (ASRM).
For over four years, PathToFertility.com has brought a range of infertility topics to those affected by infertility, including RMACT’s community and subscribers readers nationwide; in May 2015, the blog had over 5,500 views. It addresses the medical, social and emotional aspects of infertility with blogs written by RMACT’s board certified doctors, staff and other experts in the infertility field. Lisa Rosenthal, Patient Advocate and Blog Writer and Editor-in-Chief at RMACT, started PathToFertilty in 2010 as another way for the fertility practice to bring support to the infertility community.
"PathtoFertility has been an on-going source of education, comfort and support, according to our readers and patients,” says Rosenthal, who has been an advocate for infertility patients for three decades. “It is a joy and a privilege to be able to share on PathToFertility every weekday and I whole heartedly welcome Kate Doyle on as a valuable additional voice for the infertility community."
About Reproductive Medicine Associates of Connecticut (RMACT)
RMACT specializes in the treatment of infertility, including assisted reproductive technologies (ART) such as intrauterine insemination (IUI), in-vitro fertilization (IVF), and Comprehensive Chromosomal Screening (SelectCCS). RMACT, Fairfield County’s largest fertility clinic and egg donation center, is one of 11 leading In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) centers nationwide chosen by In Vitro Sciences to participate in its Centers of Excellence program. RMACT has offices in Norwalk, Danbury, Stamford and Trumbull, and an affiliate New York fertility clinics serving Putnam and Dutchess counties. RMACT also offers infertility treatment financing and support services, such as nutrition counseling, massage therapy, psychological counseling, acupuncture and yoga, through RMACT’s Integrated Fertility and Wellness Center.
The RMACT team includes lead physicians Drs. Mark P. Leondires, Spencer S. Richlin and Joshua M. Hurwitz, as well as fertility specialists Drs. Cynthia M. Murdock and Shaun C. Williams. All five physicians are Board-Certified Reproductive Endocrinologists and are members of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM), the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology (SART) and the Fairfield County and Connecticut Medical Societies. Each has received numerous awards, and all five are Castle Connolly "Top Doctors." RMACT’s IVF laboratory is accredited by the College of American Pathologists (CAP), and CLIA; other accreditations include the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC) and the American Institute for Ultrasound in Medicine (AIUM). For more information visit http://www.RMACT.com or find us on Facebook.
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