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New Hope Fertility Center

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4 Columbus Circle
4th Floor
New York, NY 10019
U.S.

Summary

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Success Rates

IVF Success Rates: 

IVF Success Rates-Fresh Cycle

According to the most recent report published by the CDC, New Hope Fertility Center-West Side in New York, New York performed 1,238 IVF cycles with fresh embryos in 2014. The number of IVF cycles and babies born, broken down by patients' age is as follows:

Clinic Name Number of Cycles by Age Live Birth Rate By Age (%)
<35 35-37 38-40 41-42 43-44 >44 <35 35-37 38-40 41-42 43-44 >44
New Hope Fertility Center-West Side 176 159 321 262 320 461 21.0 9.4 5.3 0.8 0.3 0.9


IVF Success Rates-Frozen Cycle

According to the most recent report published by the CDC, New Hope Fertility Center-West Side in New York, New York performed 848 IVF cycles with frozen embryos in 2014. The number of IVF cycles and babies born, broken down by patients' age is as follows:

Clinic Name Number of Cycles by Age Live Birth Rate By Age (%)
<35 35-37 38-40 41-42 43-44 >44 <35 35-37 38-40 41-42 43-44 >44
New Hope Fertility Center-West Side 203 167 201 142 135 169 52.7 38.3 38.3 20.4 5.2 2.4
Egg Donation Success Rates: 

Egg Donation Success Rates

As reported by New Hope Fertility Center-West Side in New York, New York to the CDC in 2014, the fertility clinic performed 179 donor egg cycles in that year; 6 cycles used fresh embryos from donor eggs and 173 cycles used frozen embryos from donor eggs.

Clinic Name Fresh Embryos from Donor Eggs Live Birth Rate (%) Frozen Embryos from Donor Eggs Live Birth Rate (%)
New Hope Fertility Center-West Side 6 3 / 6 173 46.8

*Success rates can be manipulated and should not be used to compare fertility clinics

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Reviews

New Hopes, Vanquished

1
Your rating: 15 1
I wavered b/t 1 and 2 stars, but settled on 1 after looking through my history and experiencing my new fertility clinic. I should have researched New Hope more, as they are not even in the top 25 of fertility clinics. (my current is in top 3). In almost 2 years, I have seen Dr Zhang once. (consultation). Though it may be cultural, and I'm understanding of that as I am part asian, his bedside manner isn't the best. He is a bit impatient, nice (in a forced way), and kind of talks to you as though you're stupid. I have a pretty solid IQ & a fair amount of life experience, and I don't need to pay $350 to learn how a baby is made. [The 2nd Dr. who did my IUI literally told me a story of how an egg is fertilized while doing the IUI. I found that really annoying and insulting but didn't want to say anything and bring about negative energy to the experience.] Now on to the fertility quest.. I am 39. For one, I was never given an AMH test with NHFC, which I find odd, especially at 39 (I was 38 at the time). I also was never given a tubal test. Keep in mind that in the beginning of this process I was less educated in the world of Reproductive Services/tests/protocols. He said IUI was my best option. I used excellent donor sperm (from CA Cryobank), and both IUI attempts failed. While I understand that conception is a tricky affair entirely, I do believe that the timing was off and I ovulated earlier than they projected, now looking at my hormone levels and temps. My new RE was very concerned at some of the numbers and had me do extra tests. He was also concerned that NHFC hadn't caught those numbers and ordered the tests themselves. Billing: Then without warning, I was told my IUI was no longer covered by insurance. So i had to pay for both out of pocket, including monitoring with a 30% discount for the inconvenient switcharoo. I received no followup from any RE/Dr/nurse following my IUI. I was just told to come back in 17 days. I will say that they are efficient. You walk in , scan your fingerprint, and *ding* your name pops up for bloodwork and you mill in and out of chairs, sono rooms, and billing depts based upon who's name pops up on the screen. (Which I actually find somewhat invasive of people's privacy - but that is a separate issue.) In the end, at 39, I should have saved the thousands I have shelled out to NH -but learned my lesson. I have a new RE, center, with an amazing, and best of all - personalized staff, who ranks the highest in the country on successful pregnancies. Honestly, the whole Fertility world is a super-sized cash cow, and I think that no Fertility Clinic should compromise their patient's emotional/physical care, success rates, and integrity for the sake of a buck.

New Hopes, Vanquished

1
Your rating: 15 1
I wavered b/t 1 and 2 stars, but settled on 1 after looking through my history and experiencing my new fertility clinic. I should have researched New Hope more, as they are not even in the top 25 of fertility clinics. (my current is in top 3). In almost 2 years, I have seen Dr Zhang once. (consultation). Though it may be cultural, and I'm understanding of that as I am part asian, his bedside manner isn't the best. He is a bit impatient, nice (in a forced way), and kind of talks to you as though you're stupid. I have a pretty solid IQ & a fair amount of life experience, and I don't need to pay $350 to learn how a baby is made. [The 2nd Dr. who did my IUI literally told me a story of how an egg is fertilized while doing the IUI. I found that really annoying and insulting but didn't want to say anything and bring about negative energy to the experience.] Now on to the fertility quest.. I am 39. For one, I was never given an AMH test with NHFC, which I find odd, especially at 39 (I was 38 at the time). I also was never given a tubal test. Keep in mind that in the beginning of this process I was less educated in the world of Reproductive Services/tests/protocols. He said IUI was my best option. I used excellent donor sperm (from CA Cryobank), and both IUI attempts failed. While I understand that conception is a tricky affair entirely, I do believe that the timing was off and I ovulated earlier than they projected, now looking at my hormone levels and temps. My new RE was very concerned at some of the numbers and had me do extra tests. He was also concerned that NHFC hadn't caught those numbers and ordered the tests themselves. Billing: Then without warning, I was told my IUI was no longer covered by insurance. So i had to pay for both out of pocket, including monitoring with a 30% discount for the inconvenient switcharoo. I received no followup from any RE/Dr/nurse following my IUI. I was just told to come back in 17 days. I will say that they are efficient. You walk in , scan your fingerprint, and *ding* your name pops up for bloodwork and you mill in and out of chairs, sono rooms, and billing depts based upon who's name pops up on the screen. (Which I actually find somewhat invasive of people's privacy - but that is a separate issue.) In the end, at 39, I should have saved the thousands I have shelled out to NH -but learned my lesson. I have a new RE, center, with an amazing, and best of all - personalized staff, who ranks the highest in the country on successful pregnancies. Honestly, the whole Fertility world is a super-sized cash cow, and I think that no Fertility Clinic should compromise their patient's emotional/physical care, success rates, and integrity for the sake of a buck.

Fantastic all around. Ty New

5
Your rating: 55 1
Fantastic all around. Ty New Hope for our newest addition.

RUN

1
Your rating: 15 1
Run, don't walk from this place. New Hope is a completely non functioning office. No one communicates. Wait times for blood work and ultrasound are a minimum of an hour. Imagine walking into a waiting room and EVERY TIME you are there there's at least 30 other women. So you wait and wait and wait and an hour passes and FINALLY you are called for blood work and then you have to wait some more for an ultra sound. God forbid you have a question for Dr. Zhang- he is dismissive and half answers the questions. The nurses that answer emails are the worst. I cannot tell you how many times I've been given incorrect information. Every time they call I have to confirm the instructions with another nurse. They actually called and gave me wrong trigger instructions. The only shining light was Dr. Nejat, who clearly didn't belong there. He took the time to answer questions and review the protocol and next steps. After he left it turned into a nightmare. I'm now doing IVF at a practice that is the complete opposite of this place. They give you an appointment, you wait no longer than 10 minutes. It's personalized and one on one. Everyone is compassionate and informative. It's everything an infertility practice should be. Not a factory like New Hope.

Reply from New Hope Fertility

Thank you so much for taking the time to communicate your experience. I'm really sorry to hear that that was your experience with our center -- we are working very hard to reduce the sort of wait times that you wrote about and, actually, have been putting systems into place to make things as quick as possible for everyone. Are these recent experiences you're writing about? If they are recurring incidents, I would be more than happy to help start an investigation to find out why you are having such a poor experience.

Sincerely,
Zach

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