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Fertility Preservation – It’s Time to Talk about It!

Here in Los Angeles, many women are choosing to pursue their education and career before starting a family. And with egg freezing, women no longer need to choose between one world and the other – we can have it all! In a recent survey of over 1,000 people conducted by RMA of Southern California, nearly 50 per cent […]

Fertility research

Our Dedication to Fertility Research – Here’s The Latest

At RMA of Southern California, research and education are at the forefront of our practice. Our physicians and scientists consistently lead the way in fertility research, setting industry standards for practices worldwide.   This week, our Southern California Laboratory Director, Katherine Scott, MSc, TS., will have her fertility research presented at the American Society for Reproductive Medicine’s (ASRM) Scientific Congress & […]

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Get to Know Dr. Katherine Green!

Dr. Katherine Green is excited to be welcoming patients as part of the expert team at Reproductive Medicine Associates of Southern California. Dr. Green’s path to becoming a fertility specialist seemed to develop very naturally. She gained her first exposure to the field of Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility (REI) as a medical student at the […]

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Meet Dr. Tom Kim: A Navy Veteran Turned Reproductive Endocrinologist

He’s back. In California, that is. In May, Dr. Tom Kim welcomed patients to the first RMA practice on the West Coast, Reproductive Medicine Associates of Southern California in Los Angeles. And while that’s a big accomplishment, Dr. Kim is familiar with opening up new practices on this coast. He’s already opened the first West […]

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My fertility doctor recommended surgery – now what?

If you’re undergoing fertility care, it’s possible your fertility doctor may have noticed something concerning during a routine visit and may have recommended you have surgery, such as a hysteroscopy or a laparoscopy, to correct the issue. That may seem scary, and you might be frantically searching the internet to see what those procedures entail. […]