What to Expect at Your First Visit

What to expect at your first visit to RMA fertility clinic in PennsylvaniaDuring your first visit with us you will meet with your physician. During this visit, we will discuss your personal goals, review your medical history, and begin the diagnostic testing necessary to determine the cause of infertility. We encourage both partners to be present at the initial visit.

Once the diagnostic workup for both partners is complete, we will then work with you to develop an individualized infertility treatment plan. Your doctor and nurse coordinator will talk with you to fully review the recommended treatment, needed medications, and other details about your care. Throughout your fertility treatment at RMA of Philadelphia and Central Pennsylvania, our staff is available to answer any questions or concerns you might have.

We will also update your OB/GYN or other referring doctor on your progress. Once we confirm a pregnancy, you will return to your OB/GYN for ongoing care and childbirth.

To help us gather all of the necessary information to plan for your care, there are a number of forms you will be asked to fill out and return to our office. Please print and complete these forms. You can bring them with you to your first visit.

Please click here for the New Patient Forms.

When you are ready to make an appointment with a fertility specialist,  please call one of our conveniently located offices or email us at info@rmaphiladelphia.com.


Ben Gocial, MD discusses what to expect on your first visit

Martin Freedman, MD - fertility doctor in Philadelphia - fertility doctorsHere at RMA we want to be pro-active when it comes to patient education. Our 7 physicians are dedicated to this process and will participate in a new series we are calling “Fertility Facts with RMA”. Watch our latest installment featuring Dr. Ben Gocial discussing “What to expect on your first visit”.