List of collaborating physicians (2023)

List of collaborating physiciansList of Collaborating Physicians Expected to be Willing to Collaborate with a Reproductive Immunologist***

Information collected from Reproductive Immunology Support Groupdiscussions

Completely updated and revised on 07/16/2018

Information compiled from discussions of the Reproductive Immunology Support Group and other resources.

A special thanks to Julia Kantecki for her important contributions to this update.

This list of doctors' names was compiled by members of the support group. The accuracy of the listing cannot be guaranteed. If you find a doctor on this list who is not truly 'cooperating', please contact Jane Reed atedreed@pacwest.netand the information will be corrected. Thank you very much.


1. American Doctors
2. International Doctors

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By state:

New Hampshire
New Jersey
New Mexico
North Carolina
Rhode Island
South Carolina
Dakota del Sur
Washington, D.C.
West Virginia

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Kathryn Honea, MD
Alabama ART Fertility Program,
gynecologist place,
2006 Brookwood, Drive Medical Center,
Suite 508,
Birmingham, AL 35209
Website: “We offer advanced diagnostic procedures such as


Stephen M. Chatelain, MD
Arkansas Perinatal Services,
9501 Baptist Health Dr #810,
Little Rock, AR 72205


John Couvaras, MD
ivf phoenix,
9817 N. 95th Street Edificio 1 – Ste 107,
Scottsdale, Arizona 85258
Website: "Dr. With its Immune Balancing Protocol, Couvaras is systematically trying to reduce the sources of inflammation. It is important in so-called unexplained infertility cases to investigate immune system imbalances before proceeding directly to IVF, as is the typical strategy of most other reproductive endocrinologists."

Patient Comment: “Dr. Couvaras is the BEST. It's brilliant/unorthodox. He thinks outside the box. What other doctors call "unexplained infertility," he likes to call it... "that's bullshit, there's no unexplained cause, there's always an explanation, people just don't want to hear it." He is normal, balanced and willing to try different things. I think you have to be willing to think outside the box because if you don't, you probably won't get pregnant."

H. Randall Craig MD
fertility center
2155 E Conference Dr #115,
Tempe, AZ 85284
Patient Comment: “I work with Dr. Craig and he supports my efforts with Dr. Beer wholeheartedly. His IVF success rates are very good and he is very progressive with his treatment and the medications he uses. He works with dr. Couvaras for patients requiring immunological testing.”

Steven M. Linnerson MD
Southwest Contemporary Women's Care,
16611 S. 40th St., Suite 180,
Phoenix, Arizona, 85048

Mark Amols, MD
New Direction Fertility Centers,
1760 E Pecos Road #532,
Gilbert, AZ85295

Richard Buyalos, MD
California Surgical and Fertility Associates,
325 Rolling Oaks Dr #110,
Thousand Oaks, CA 91361

Jeffrey Steinberg, MD
The fertility institutes,
16030 Ventura Blvd Suite 404,
Encino, CA 91436
Website: “Through our partnership with a leading immunology laboratory, we offer comprehensive compatibility testing for partner tissue types. Working closely with the nation's leading immunology experts, we offer comprehensive laboratory testing, including preparation and administration of paternal leukocyte immunization, aspirin/heparin/prednisone protocols, and a variety of state-of-the-art methods to improve outcome with advanced fertility. procedures as well as to prevent miscarriage.

Mark Kan, MD
newport fertility center,
3501 Jamboree Road Ste 1100,
Newport Beach, CA 92660

HRC fertility,
23961 Magdalenastraße,
Suite 503,
Laguna Hills, CA 92653
Doctor's Comment: "This center tests and treats autoimmune disorders in unexplained infertility, IVF failure and recurrent losses."

William Hummel, MD.
san diego fertility center,
11425 El Camino Real,
San Diego, CA 92130

Mary Pravdin, MD
Freyja the cynic,
570 average price #100,
Redwood City, CA 94063

Aimee Eyvazzadeh, MD.
reproductive endocrinologist,
5401 Norris Canyon Road #106,
San Ramon, CA 94583
Comment: Very favorable for immunological evaluation and immunotherapy.

Alison Hunter, MD
alternative therapies for fertility,
1101S Winchester Blvd, P-297,
San Jose, CA 95128
Comments: Supports immunological tests for infertility, recurrent miscarriage, premature birth and dangerous pregnancy complications such as preeclampsia.

Melissa McNamara MD
fertility matrix,
Camino Ramón 2301, Suite 286,
San Ramon, CA 94583
Comments: Melissa McNamara, MD, is a board-certified reproductive immunologist and rheumatologist with expertise in immunology and diseases associated with reproductive immune dysregulation, such as implantation failure and endometriosis.

Carrie Melissa Wambach, MD
Reproductive Partners Medical Group,
Beverly Hills/Los Angeles,
6330 San Vicente Boulevard, Suite 408,
Los Angeles, CA 90048
Comment: "To Dr. Their work was published in Reproductive Immunology."

Brian Acacio, M.D.
Acacio Fertility Centers,
27882 Forbes Road, Suite 200,
Laguna Niguel, CA 92677

Also in:
26800 Crown Valley Parkway, Suite 560,
Mission Viejo, CA 92691
Calle 19 2205 ,
Bakersfield, CA 93301
Doctor's comment: “Immune problems are treated with immunotherapy. If the cause is related to activated immune cells and their cytokines, treatments include: intravenous immunoglobulin (IVIg) and intralipids. When acquired or inherited thrombophilia causes clotting of the placental vessel and subsequent pregnancy loss, heparin and aspirin are the treatments of choice. When blood clotting is the result of an immunological process, steroids can be used."

Steve Álvarez-Mott, MD
Woodglen OB/GYN Medical Group,
315 E Rte 66 #101,
Glendora, CA 91740

Robert Anderson, MD
Center for Reproductive Medicine of Southern California,
Calle Hospital 361, Suite 333,
Newport Beach, California 92663
Patient Comment: “Dr. Anderson believes in LIT, ANA, APA but does not do DQ alpha matching. He recommends LAD-based LIT. He leads the entire panel for APA and ANA like Dr. Beer through but does nothing else.” immunological testing.

Audrey Arona, MD
500 Medical Center Boulevard #310,
Lawrenceville, GA 30046

Ramachandra Rao Ayyagari, MD
doctor of reproductive endocrinology and infertility,
3535 Sandimas Str., Suite 20,
Bakersfield, CA 93311
Comment: Recommended by Dr. kwak.

Mildred Balma-Rodes, MD
a woman's place
729 Dawn Avenue,
800 Roseville, CA 95661
Phone: (916) 782 3791

Clifford J. Bochner, MD
8631 W 3. St #205,
Los Angeles, CA 90048
Phone: (310) 657 3601

Pankaj Thacker, MD
Greenleaf Association of Obstetrics and Gynecology.
S.C.415 E Harding Way, Suite I,
Stockton, CA 95204

Pamela Johnston-Boyer, MD
fertility doctor,
200 Entrance of the Doctors' Square,
Los Angeles, CA 90095
Phone: (310) 208-4492

Steven Brody, MD
Medical Institute of Infertility and Life Expectancy,
6386 Alvarado Ct. Suite 340,
San Diego, CA 92120

Samuel Bruce, MD
Kongressstrasse 10
episode 512
Pasadena, CA 91109
Phone: (626) 796 0360

Michael vs. M.D.
15251 National Avenue, Street 106,
Los Gatos, CA 95032
Phone: 408-356 5111
Patient Comment: “Dr. Contro is a good OB/GYN who supports immunological testing and treatment.”

Ellen U. Snowden, MD
the fertility authority,
4000 Dublin Boulevard,
Suite 330,
Dublin, CA 94568
Telephone:(925) 803 0600

West Coast Female Reproductive Center
4835 Van Nuys Boulevard, Suite 200,
Sherman Robles, CA 91403
dr Koop's comment: "We often order ANA, anti-TPO, antiphospholipids, MTHFR, LAC and other immune function tests (crp, esr, food sensitivity, leaky gut, etc.). For NK cells, we would generally work with an immunologist for these more in-depth studies."

Hal C. Danzer, M.D
Mark Surrey, MD
Reproduction Center of Southern California
450 north of Roxbury,
Suite 500,
Beverly Hills CA 90210

Hormoz Farhat, MD
Calle Vanowen 15243,
Van Nuys, CA 91405

Stuart Fishbein, MD
10309 Santa Monica Blvd.,
Los Angeles, CA 90025

Sudevi Thacker, MD
Thacker und Thacker Mds PC,
415 E Harding Way Ste I,
Stockton, CA 95204
Phone: (209) 467 1001

Richard Frieder, MD
2121 Santa Monica Boulevard,
Santa Monica, CA 90404
Phone: (310) 998-1949

Robert M. Friedland, MD
Specialist in infertility and gynaecology/obstetrics,
8920 W Olympic Boulevard,
Beverly Hills, CA 90211
Phone: (310) 247-8920
Patient Comment: “...I went to 6 before I had a great Dr. who absolutely believes in and treats immune problems. He doesn't advertise. Everyone who comes to him has heard of him from someone who has been successfully treated. The only thing it doesn't do is LIT (since it's not legally possible). He did LIT for many years before it was banned. His name is Robert Friedland and he's in Beverly Hills (but he doesn't charge prices in Bev Hills). I have met numerous women in his waiting room who have had 6+ m/c and eventually had a baby after he treated them. The only reason I'm posting this is because it took me a long time to find someone who genuinely believes in my problems. It took me 2 years to find him and I wish I had known about him sooner. Now he's supporting me with Dr. Beers LIT in Mexico.”

Henry Hamilton, MD.
Baywood Women's Health,
1820 Ogden Dr Florida 2,
Burlingame, CA 94010
Phone: (650) 375 1800
Patient Comment: “He refers IVF patients to Dr. Zouves (also in the SF Bay Area). You will not administer IVIG in your office, you will prescribe it. He is very helpful in trying to get Dr. Getting Beermeds through his office. It's practical, but not in a harsh way. He is very concerned about the well-being of his patients and takes it almost personally when a Pg fails. Best of all, my Dh thinks it's the best, which helps a lot. He is amazing!"

Nurit Winkler, MD
Reproductive Center Los Angeles
16055 Ventura Boulevard,
Calle 1127,
Encino, CA 91436

comment from dr Winkler:

"We can test for increased NK cells, hormone antibodies and blood clotting disorders in recurrent pregnancy loss and/or implantation failure and are always open to collaborating with other specialists in this field."

Calvin Hobel, MD
Helping Hand from Los Angeles - The Miriam Jacobs Chair in Maternal Fetal Medicine,
east tower of the doctor's office,
8631 W. Third St., Suite 1001,
Los Angeles, CA 90048
Phone: (310) 423 3365

John David Hoff, MD
Redwood City Women's Health Center,
Avenida Whipple 2950,
City of Redwood, CA 94062
Phone: (650) 366 4633
Patient Comments: “I am a patient of Dr. John Hoff in Redwood City and he
He also prescribes them for me at Sequoia Hospital. I love it. redwood
The hospital is excellent and the infusion staff are fantastic. portion
Lunch and a movie during your IVIg. I enjoy it."

Richard Jaeger, MD
599 Sir Francis Drake Boulevard Nr. 202,
Greenbrae, CA 94904
Phone: (415) 461-1282
Patient comment: "It works with the protocols of Dr. Beer."

Behnam Kashanchi, MD
Beverly Hills Women's Center
16133 Ventura Boulevard,
415 Ste, Encino, CA 91436

Brad Keith, MD
337 Eldorado Street Building 1,
Suite A-3, Monterey, CA 93940
Phone: (831) 649 4202

Dobri Kiprov, MD
Chief, Division of Immunotherapy, California Pacific Medical Center,
1700 California St. Suite 350,
San Francisco, CA 94109
Phone: 415 928 1623

John Kitzmiller, MD
1441 Constitution Blvd.,
Building 200, suite 105,
Saline, CA 93906
Phone: (831) 769-8660

Orel Knight, MD
Calle F 5301, Suite 318,
Sacramento, CA 95819
Phone: 916 733 1740
Patient Comments: “Dr. Orel Knight, OB Sacramento, CA is currently working with me along with Dr. Knitter. I'm your first immune patient, but you are
was very helpful in coordinating testing and insurance matters.”

Jirair Konialian, MD
18546 Roscoe Blvd.,
Northridge, CA 91324
Phone: (818) 886 0600

Karen Künzel, MD
Nationalstraße 15151,
Los Gatos, CA 95032
Phone: (408) 356 0431

David Lagrew, MD
Health Center 24411 Drive,
Suite 260, Laguna Hills, CA 92653
Phone: (949) 452 7199

Allison Leong, MD
2121 Wilshire Boulevard Nr. 303,
Santa Monica, CA 90403
Phone: (310) 264 1777

James Majors, MD
MultiCare Women's Centers,
1450 5th St SE Ste 3200,
Puyallup, WA 98372
Phone: (253) 697 3550

Robert Maly, MD
7138 N Millbrook Avenue # 105,
Fresno, California
Phone: (559) 436 0440

Richard Marrs, MD
california fertility partners,
11818 Wilshire Boulevard,
Los Angeles, CA 90025
Comment: supports LIT.

David Meldrum, MD
Bill Yee, MD
reproductive partner,
510 N. Prospect Avenue,
Suite 202,
Redondo Beach, CA 90277

Gil N. Mileikowsky, MD
5363 Balboa-Boulevard,
Suite 245,
Encino, CA 91316
Phone: (310) 858 1888

Kurt Miller MD
26800 Crown Valley Allee,
Suite 525,
Mission Viejo, CA 92691

Denise Murray, MD
1188 N Euclides St,
Suite 4c, Anaheim, CA 92801
Phone: (714) 254 2925

Kenneth Nelson,MARYLAND.
1095 Calle Marshall Nr. 201,
Placerville, CA 95667

patient like

: "He will work with you if you are a "beer" patient."

pacific fertility center,
Francisco Street 55 #500,
San Francisco, CA 94133

William Phillips, MD
5575 W Las Positas Boulevard,
ruf 330,
stanford health care,
Pleasanton, CA 94588

Mary Lake Polán, MD
Yale Obstetrics and Gynecology,
125A Kings Highway Nord,
Westport, CT 06880

Raymond Poliakin, MD
227 W Janss Rd. poop 300,
Thousand Oaks, California 91360

Stephen Rabin, MD
Advanced Gynaecological Solutions Inc.
3808 W Riverside Dr,
Burbank, CA 91505
Phone: (818) 843 8700

Judith Reichmann, MD
2080 Siglo Park and,
Los Angeles, CA 90067

Guy E. Ringler, MD
california fertility partners,
11818 Wilshire Boulevard,
Los Angeles, CA 90025

Patty Robertson, MD
university of california,
Call 16 550 Box 0132
San Francisco, CA 94143
Phone: (415) 353 2566

Steven Rosenberg, MD
3400 Lomita Boulevard Nr. 400,
Torrence, CA 90505
Telephone:(310) 539 4957

Lori Bluvas, MD
Jan Rydfors, MD
Aron Schuftan, MD
Freys Medica Clinic,
570 Price Avenue Ste 100
Redwood City, CA94063

patient like:

"The doctors at this center provide support for all immunotherapies, although Dr. Schuftan is my chief immunotherapy chair. They work closely with Sequoia Hospital in Redwood City, which has its own infusion therapy unit. I use dr. Zouves for my fertility along with AEB for immunology. dr However, Schuftan stayed to do intralipids in his office and if I need IVIG I go to Sequoia Hospital.”

Howard B. Salvay, MD
2915 Chanticleer Ave.,
Santa Cruz, CA 95065
Phone: (831) 4772375

Scott Serden, MD
8631 W 3. St #840,
Los Angeles, CA 90048
Phone: (310) 4236600

Issa M. Shamonki, MD
2001 Santa Monica Boulevard #560W,
Santa Monica, CA 90404
Phone: (310) 582 7900

patient like

: "He believes in LIT and often sends patients to Mexico for LIT treatments."

Ellen Snowden, MD
4000 Dublin Boulevard Nr. 330,
Dublin, CA 94568
Phone: (925) 803 0600

Martin Silverman, MD
Los Olivos Women's Medical Group,
Nationalstraße 15151,
Los Gatos, CA 95032
Phone: 408-356 0431

Pamela Singleton, MD
1850 Sullivan Avenue,
Suite 550,
City of Daly, CA 94015

Mary Small, MD
Loma Linda University School of Medicine,
Loma Linda, CA 92350
Phone: (714) 796 4806

Andrea Stein, MD
california fertility workers,
Suite 100, 1301 Calle 20,
Santa Monica, CA 90404

The fertility institutes,
16030 Ventura Boulevard,
Suite 404, Encino, CA 91436


“Through our partnership with a leading immunology laboratory, we offer comprehensive tissue type compatibility testing for partners. Working closely with the nation's leading immunology experts, we offer comprehensive laboratory testing, including preparation and administration of paternal leukocyte immunization, aspirin/heparin/prednisone protocols, and a variety of state-of-the-art methods to improve outcome with advanced fertility. procedures as well as to prevent miscarriage.

Comment middle:

“We have been providing reproductive immunology services for many years. dr Steinberg was a fellow of Dr. Alan Beer in Chicago and was very involved in the study and the process. We provide access to NK cell assessments and a wide range of additional assays: (anti-histone antibodies, antinuclear antibodies, anti-Sm, anti-RNP, antiSS-B, antiSS-A, antiphospholipid antibodies, detection of leukocyte Antibodies: Crossmatch, B Cell IgG, T Cell IgG, Thyroid Antibodies, Immune Phenotypes, NK Cell Activation, HLA Testing and much more plus all blood clotting disorders We mean reproductive immunologist and we have our own doctor, PhD- Doctor, William Freije of UCLA, who has a PhD in reproductive genetics. We see a lot of patients with recurrent reproductive failure and we have really good outcome data for the vast majority."

Khalil Tabish, MD
200 UCLA Medical Plaza #430
Los Angeles, CA 90095
Telephone:(310) 208 4492

patient like:

“I will administer IVIG. An excellent doctor. THE high-risk obstetrician in Los Angeles. It's not the best way to be next to the bed, though."

Linda Teagle, MD
777 Knowles Drive,
Los Gatos, CA 95032
Phone: (408) 370 1311
Patient Comment: "She is an obstetrician who has recommended patients to see Dr. visit beer. She also has a midwife on her team."

Gary Toig, MD
801 Brauer,
Redwood City, CA 94063

Duncan Turner, MD
Gymnast Medical Art,
737 Garden Street, Santa Barbara,
CA 93101

Louis Wenstein, MD
Park 100 Plaza Nr. 200,
San Ramon, CA 94583
Phone: (925) 867 1800

Richard A. Williams, MD
1334 west of Covina Blvd.,
Suite 102, San Dimas CA 91773

Samuel Wood, MD
Center for Reproductive Sciences,
3661 valley center Dr Ste 100,
San Diego, CA 92130
Phone: (858) 436 7186

Christo Zouves MD
zouves fertility center,
1241 is on Hillsdale Blvd.,
Nursing City, ca 94404,
Phone: (650) 378-1000
Patient Comments: “I am a strong believer in Dr. beer Will prescribe IVIG and Enbrel. Very empathetic and caring.”
Very competent in reproductive immunology. Very high success rates. Recommended by Dr. Kwak and Dr. beer He wrote the foreword to "Is Your Body Fit for Babies?"

Robert S. Taylor, MD
2550 Douglas Blv. #160,
Roseville, CA 95661


Susan Forelle, MD
Colorado reproductive endocrinology

4600 East Hale Allee,
Denver, Colorado

Kenneth Little, MD
6340 Barnes Road,
Colorado Springs, CO 80922
Phone: (717) 578 9587

Christine Skorberg, MD
One Woman Healing Center LLC,
1006 lucas st,
Fort Collins, CO 80524

Robert McSalka, MD
boulder women's clinic,
4745 Arapahoe Allee,
Round Corner, CO 80303
Phone: (303) 444 5110

Robert McDuffie, MD
Calle Franklin 2045,
Denver, CO 80205
Phone: (303) 338 3800

Dr. Richard Porreco
1601 E 19th Ave #6100,
Denver, CO 80218
Telephone:(303) 837 9464

Edward Illions, MD
CU Advanced Reproductive Medicine,
3055 Roslyn Street, Suite 230,
Denver, CO 80238

Commentary by Edward Illions, M.D., Medical Director,

“Our work for patients with recurrent pregnancy loss and failed implantation cycles during IVF includes testing for APLS (lupus anticoagulant, B2GP-1 Ab and anticardiolipin Ab). We will test typical blood clotting agents when indicated and these include: Leiden V (or activated protein C resistance as an initial screening test), prothrombin II gene mutation. MTHFR is no longer considered part of the required testing for RPL or failed implant cycles as the literature does not support this test. I would rather rely on a fasting homocysteine ​​level. We will look at Protein S, C and Antithrombin III IF the patient's coagulation history supports these tests, but again these are not part of the panel required for patients with RPL or implant failure. We did not analyze NK activity (uterine or peripheral) as the literature shows at best conflicting evidence and/or no benefit in other studies. We also usually get thyroid antibodies (TPO) in this population. We don't have specific reproductive immunologists that we typically work with, but I do have a few experts in the field of RPL and failed implantation whose advice I often seek in difficult cases."


Yale Medicine Fertility Center
recurring pregnancy loss program,
Maternal Fetal Medicine
150 Sargent drive
2. Stock
New Haven, CT 06511


“Treats couples with recurrent miscarriages with treatments to change thmiImmune reaction."

Nora R. Miller, MD
women fertility center,
1290 Sommerstraße,
Stamford, CT06905

Gary Better, MD
190 W Broad St #401,
Stamford, CT06902

Michelle Brown, MD
53 Old Kings Hwy N,
Darien, CT 06820

Kenneth Eckhart, MD
Middlesex Associates of Obstetrics and Gynecology, P.C.
540 Calle Saybrook,
Downtown, CT 06457
Phone: (860) 347 7491

Gad Lavy, MD
New England Fertility,
1250 Sommerstraße,
Stamford, CT06905

Donald B. Maier MD
Specialist in reproductive endocrinology and infertility,
Avenida Farmington 263,
Farmington, CT 06030-1230
Phone: (860) 679 4580

Silvio Mandara, MD
27 Oak St # 1, Stamford,
Phone: (203) 324 2262

Pauline Olsen, MD
114 Tree Lined Street,
Hartford, CT06105
Phone: (860) 714 1415

Richard Beets, MD
Hummerallee 90,
Danbury, CT06810

Russell Turk, MD
1200 E Putnam Ave, Riverside,
Greenwich, CT06878
Phone: (203) 637 3337

patient like

: “Although I have not found a clinic that specifically performs immunological testing, I have found an OB/GYN who would help me comply with the DB/DS protocol at Greenwich. His name is dr. Turk, but I actually figured out what tests to take and then asked him to take them. I didn't know the protocol right away."

Richard Viscarello, MD
Maternal Fetal Care, P.C.,
1275 Summer Street, Suite 306,
Stamford, CT06905

patient like:

"Dr. Viscarello is our family doctor for Dr. Beer's patients. When I first came to his practice, he had eight patients with immune issues. He does IVIG in his office, MTHFR tests, antiplatelet antibodies, other autoimmune tests. He's a fantastic doctor."

Steven Zamore, MD
Hummerallee 90,
Danbury, CT06801
Phone: (203) 792 5005


Mark Denker, MD
Calle Beracasa 7015, Suite 201,
Boca Raton, FL 33433

Also in:

4671 South Congress Avenue, Suite 101,
Lago Worth, FL 33461
From the website: “Dr. Denker's particular areas of interest are the immunology of infertility and miscarriage and the treatment of recurrent implantation failure."

Maybe Martin, MD
Maternal Fetal Medicine Specialists of South Florida LLC,
7300 SW 62. Pl,
Next from Miami, FL 33143

Steven Greenberg, MD.
florida women's grooming,
4150 N Armenian Ave #200,
Tampa, FL33607

Kristen Segall, MD
13601 Bruce B Downs Blvd Suite 321,
Tampa, FL 33613

Kenneth Gelman, MD
ivf doctor,
9900 Stirling Road,
Suite 222,
Hollywood, FL33024

Also in:7300 SW 62.º Platz,
4. Stock
Miami, FL 33143

9960 Central-Park-Boulevard,
Episode 275
Boca Raton, FL 33428

345 Jupiter Lakes Boulevard,
Suite 102
Jupiter, FL 33458

1265 Creekside Parkway,
Suite 202
Neapel, FL 34108
Comment:"Dr. Gelman is aMember of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine and the American Society for Reproductive Immunology. This clinic is up to date with the latest tests and treatments for immune-related pregnancy failure and has just introduced a Systemic Inflammatory Fertility Test (SIFT). This expanded assessment examines several key factors in the circulating blood that are known to trigger inflammation. An individual plan is then formulated to improve the patient's health and reproductive success."

Marwan Shaykh, MD
assisted fertility program,
3627 University Blvd Sur, Suite 450,
Jacksonville, FL 32216

Sejal Patel, M.D
The Center for Reproductive Medicine (CRM),
1500 On Orlando Avenue,
Winterpark, Florida 32789

Kevin L. Winslow, MD
Florida Institute of Reproductive Medicine,
836 Prudential Dr, Ste 902,
Jacksonville, FL 32207

Drag. Cecilia Anspach
3271 SE Saint-Lucie-Boulevard,
Stuart, FL 34997
Phone: (561) 219 1080

Blane Crandall, MD
1660 Doctors Boulevard,
closing 101,
Neapel, FL 34110

Ken Gelman, MD
9900 Stirling Road,
Hollywood, FL33024

Patient Comments

: "I have with Dr. Gelman in South Florida. I don't think it's an IR, just an RE, but he said he believes in immunological issues."

G. Kovacevic, MD
1265 Viscaya Pkwy,
Cabo Coral, FL 33990

Bert Morales, MD
capital women's health,
2001 Miccosukee Road,
Tallahassee, FL 32308

Steve Welden, MD
Doc Weldon (Infertility Clinic),
18944 N Dale Mabry Highway Ste 101,
Lutz, FL 33548

Patient Comments

: "I'm from the Tampa area, but I can tell you that Dr. Welden in Lutz, FL, who is an RE, is very supportive of IVIG and the "Beers Protocol"... He also has an administrative connection IVIG in the field".

Edward Zbella, MD
Fertility Institute of West Florida,
2454 McMullen Post Road #601,
Clearwater, FL 33759

Steven Brown, MD
Palm Coast Women's Center,
21 Hospital Dr Ste 270,
Palm Coast, FL 32164
Phone: (386) 437 5959

Randall A. Loy, MD
center for reproductive medicine,
1500 On Orlando Avenue,
Winterpark, Florida 32789

Joanne M. Richards, MD
Premier Obstetrics Gynecology Associates,
1150 N 35th Ave #405,
Hollywood, FL33021

Shawn Stephens, MD
University Park Obstetrics and Gynecology,
2401 University Pkwy Nr. 201,
Sarasota, FL 34243

Kimberly Thompson, MD
7300 SW 62. Pl,
Next from Miami, FL 33143


James Toner MD
5909 Peach Tree Dunwoody Rd #720,
Atlanta, Georgia 30328
Phone: (770) 928 2276

William Cook, MD
Peachtree Fayette Women's Specialists,
1267 Autobahn 54 West, Suite 3200,
Fayetteville, GA 30214
Phone: (770) 632 9900

Daniel Shapiro, MD
reproductive biology staff,
1150 Lago Hearn Dr NE Nr. 400,
Atlanta, Georgia 30342

Melanie Helmken, MD.
Calle Reynolds 5354,
Suite 315, Savannah, GA 31405
Phone: (912) 355 9967

Wayne Hudak, MD
The Institute for Reproduction,
360 Center Dr Suite 100,
Dunwoody, GA30338
Phone: (770) 343 8550

Carolyn Kaplan, MD
Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility Group,
3193 Howell Mill Rd NW Ste 209,
Atlanta, GA30327

patient like:

"Dr. Kaplan has read Dr. Beer's book and is interested in learning more about his ideas."

Elizabeth Kilebrew, MD
Southern Crescent Women’s Health Care,
1279 Highway 54 West, Suite 220,
Fayetteville, GA 30214
Phone: (770) 991 2200

Helen McSwain, MD
105 Collier Road, Noröste,
5020 Package
Atlanta, Georgia 30309
Phone: (404) 355 1285

Ann Patterson Barn, MD
Hugo Ribot jr. MARYLAND.
Cartersville OB/GYN Associates,
958-A Joe Frank Harris Allee,
Building 2, suite 102,
Cartersville, GA30120

Patient Comments

: "You will receive heparin and IVIG".

Florida Institute of Reproductive Medicine,
220 Northside Drive,
Valdosta, GA 31602


Angie Beltsos, MD
vios fertility institute,
1455 N. Avenida Milwaukee,
2. Stock, Chicago, IL 60622

patient like:

"After multiple miscarriages, I was diagnosed with nine immune issues, including an imbalanced thyroid, elevated natural killer cells, elevated testosterone, elevated T cells, impaired blood flow to the uterus, elevated homocysteine, factor XIII mutation, HPA-1a mutation, and a beta -Fibrinogen mutation. Without the help and support of Dr. Beltsos, who recommended my treatment with Dr. Kwak coordinated, I couldn't have gotten Jack."

Comment middle:

“We typically order a blood count for RPL patients to test for MTHFR, NK cells, thyroglobulin antibodies, Factor V Leiden, beta-2-glycoprotein I-Ab, antinuclear antibodies, anticardiolipin antibodies and more. Our Chicago patients are treated by Dr. Beltsos and Dr. Jeelani to Dr. Kwak-Kim referred for reproductive immunology care, and in collaboration with Dr. Kwak-Kim, we have been able to see many patients with a history of RPL who have had successful pregnancies.

Steven Ambrose, MD
4861 West 95th Street,
Oak Lawn, IL 60453
Phone: (708) 423 2880

Dr. A.S. A.S. Fernando Ampuero
family medical center,
3517 West 26th Street,
Chicago, 60623
Phone: (773) 521 6001

Howard Arof, MD
University gynecological consultants,
1535 Lake Cook Road Ste 604,
Northbrook, Il 60062

Ines Baquero, M.D.
1701 Curtis Rd, Champaign, IL 61822
Phone: (217) 326 1330
patient like:"Recommended by Dr. kwak."

Christopher Barbour, MD
500 E 22. St, Suite A,
Lombard, It 60148
Telephone:(630) 620 8061

Martin Balin, MD
Institute for Reproductive Genetics,
2825 N Halsted St,
Chicago, 60657
Phone (773) 472 4900

patient like:

"I worked with Dr. Geoffrey Sher."

Joseph Baumgart, MD
625 Bethany Rd,
DeKalb, IL 60115
Phone: (815) 756 1521

Dori Becker, MD
North Shore University Health System,
767 Park Avenue W Ste 240,
Highland Park, IL 60035
Phone: (847) 432 1558

Michael Benson, MD.
720 Osterman Avenue,
Suite 205, Deerfield, IL 60015
Phone: (847) 945 9470

Kinley Berger, MD
1200 S.York 2000,
Elmhurst, IL 60126
Phone: (331) 221 3959

DR. This is Binor
reproductive endocrinologist,
2020 Ogden Allee #250,
Aurora, The 60504
Phone: (630) 978 6254

Lewis Blumenthal, MD
200 S. Michigan Avenue Nr. 1550,
Chicago, 60604
Phone: (312) 263 5517

Patricia Boatwright, MD
1725 West Harrison Street,
Chicago, 60612
Phone: (312) 738 0055

Roumen Roussev, MD
alpha fertility,
8635 Lemon Street,
Downers Grove, IL 60516


"Dr. Roussev directed the Reproductive Immunology Laboratory at the Center for Human Reproduction in Chicago. In 2000 he joined the Sher Institute for Reproductive Medicine and became Director General of Millenova Immunology Laboratories, Chicago. He has dedicated his professional life to analyzing the role of the immune system in infertility, IVF or implantation failure, and recurrent miscarriage.”

Joseph Capezio, MD
Women's Health Specialists
Calle Dempster 1875,
Suite 245, Park Ridge,
Illinois 60068
Phone: (847) 692 9234

Maureen Carson, MD
Calle Dempster 1875,
360 Degree Package,
Parque Ridge, IL 60068
Phone: (847) 825 7030

Gregory Chen, MD
Obstetrics and Gynecology, P.C.
676 N. St. Clair, Arkes 1800,
Chicago, 60611
Phone: (312) 573 3700

Dra. Elaine Cheng
4121 Fairview Avenue,
Downers Grove, IL 60515
Phone: (630) 719 9229

Liloan Cheng, MD
16 Baybrook Street,
Roble Brook, IL 60523
Phone: (630) 655 3931

Karen Collins, MD
121 Wilke Rd # 515,
Arlington Heights, Il 60005
Phone: (847) 577 2229

Edmond Confino, MD
259 E Erie St Ste 2400,
Chicago, 60611
Phone: (312) 574 3157

patient like:

"I've heard great things about this man but I'm not sure about the stats or the rate or anything, just word of mouth that people loved him."

Eichenbach workshop

2425 W 22. St,
cover 200,
Roble Brook, IL 60523

Chicago office:

233 is Erie Street,
307 Ste, Chicago, IL 60611

Evanston Office:

2500 Kammallee,
Calle 308,
Evanston, Il 60201

Oak lawn office:

5851 W 95. Str
Ruf 117
Oak Lawn, IL 60453

Bloomingdale Office:

471 Oeste Army Trail Rd
Calle 105
Bloomingdale, Illinois 60108

Northbrook Office:

1535 Lago Cook Rd
Close 102
Northbrook, Il 60062

From the website: “Dr. Known for the dedicated care she provides to her patients, Coulam has an international reputation for her contributions to medical/scientific education and research. As one of the first female reproductive immunologists in the field, she also established other "firsts" while raising ten children of her own. He has over 200 publications in peer-reviewed journals to his credit. Miss Dr. Coulam has particular expertise in the field of recurrent miscarriage and is an internationally sought-after speaker on this topic as well as topics related to reproductive immunology.” From

(Video) NP's and Collaborating Physicians

Geoffrey Sher, MD
Kathy Trumbull, MD
Sher Institute for Reproductive Medicine,
5401 N. Knoxville Avenue Suite 102
Peoria, 61614
Comment:"Dr. Sher is an internationally recognized authority on the immunological causes of infertility and the pioneer of many "firsts" in the field of IVF. 60% of his patients travel from out of town to see him; that is their experience and success rate.”
From the website: “The idea that after failed IVF, trying the same prescription over and over again is all that is needed for eventual success is too simplistic. There are numerous non-embryological factors that can be responsible for IVF failure. This section addresses the immunological factors that cause implantation failure. There are two types of immune responses or immunological factors involved in conception and infertility: 1. Autoimmune diseases are more common and are involved in more than 90% of infertility cases related to the immune system... This is an abnormal response that is not associated with various diseases related to pregnancy. . 2. Alloimmune diseases, in which antibodies are produced against tissues of the male partner (e.g. paternal sperm proteins). Alloimmune problems are associated with less than 10% of implantation failures or recurrent miscarriages.”

Carl Cucco, MD
355 W. Northwest Freeway,
Palatinate, IL 60067

Gordon Davis, MD
2500 Weste de Higgins Road,
Suite 640,
Hoffman Estates, Illinois 60195
Phone: (847) 304 5197

Roger DeCook, MD
500 E 22nd St, Lombard, IL 60148
Phone: (630) 620 8061

Alfonso Del Granado, M.D.
Aunt Martha's Health Center
333 N. Madison St.
Suite 150,
Joliet, IL 60435
Phone: (877) 692 8686

Sharon Dooley, MD
northwest medicine,
675 N St Clair St, Chicago, IL 60611
Phone: (312) 695 7382

Pam Dorne, MD
950 N York Rd Ste 201,
Hinsdale, Il 60521
Phone: (630) 455 0459

Michael Drahler, MD
9650 Gross Point Rd,
Skokie, IL 60076
Phone: (847) 663 8350

Charles C. Eggey, MD
Illinois Methodist Medical Center,
221 NE Glen Roble,
Peoria, IL 61636-0002
Phone: (309) 672 4144

Hugh Falls, MD
Scott Logan, MD
Westmoreland OB/GYN Associates,
900 N. Westmoreland Road,
Suite 207, Waldsee, IL 60045

Lionel Scheiwitz, MD
900 N Westmoreland Road,
Suite 228,
Wald des Sees, IL 60045
Phone: (847) 234 3860

Robert Hartman, MD
Joseph Purpura, MD
northwest medical group,
660 N Westmoreland Road, Suite 302,
Wald des Sees, IL 60045
Phone: (847) 926 0106

David Scheiwitz, MD
North Shore Medical Group,
71 Waukegan Road Ste 700,
Lake Bluff, Il 60044
Phone: (847) 234 3860

Michael Feingold, MD
640 in der Calle Washington,
Naperville, Il 60540
Telephone:(630) 428 1500

Stanley Freidell, MD
Northwestern Women's Health Associates SC,
680 N lakeside Dr Ste 1200,
Chicago, 60611

DR Jan Freiburg
reproductive endocrinologist,
Freiburg Medical Association,
845 N Michigan Avenue Ste 935E,
Chicago, 60611
Phone: (312) 642 6777

Richard J. Levy, MD
Northwest Professional Obstetrics and Gynecology,
121 South Wilke Road, Suite 515,
Arlington Heights, Il 60005

Gail Gerber, MD
Northwest Associates for Women’s Health Care,
Hoffman Estates Medical Center,
1786 Mondsee Blvd # 207,
Hoffman Estates, Illinois 60169

Lawrence Gratkins, MD
1300 Franklin Ave #270,
Regular, IL 61761
Phone: (309) 454 1074

Anthony Greis, MD
65 curved bay comb,
Deerfield, Il 60015
Phone: (847) 855 0030

Robert Hayburn, MD
10043 W Lincoln Hwy,
Frankfurt, IL60423
Phone: (815) 469 0604

Stuart Heimburger, MD
dupage medical group,
obstetrics and gynecology,
1130 Oststearns Rd,
Bartlett, Il 60103
Phone: (630) 858 3200

Judith Hibbard, MD
1801 W Taylor Street,
Chicago, 60612
Phone: (312) 413 7500

Jill Holden, MD
959 S. Waukegan Rd, Second Floor,
Wald des Sees, IL 60045
Phone: (847) 234 3250

Linda Holt, MD
4905 Centro commercial old orchard,
No. 200, Skokie, IL 60077
Phone: (847) 673 3130

Rodney Hoxsey, MD
2050 Calle Pfington,
Suite 300,
Glenview, Il 60025
Phone: (847) 657 5710

Michael Hussey MD
hospital central dupage,
Winfield Road, Winfield, IL 60190
Phone: (630) 933 6091

Reena Jabamoni MD
1585 Barrington Road, Suite 401,
Hoffman Estates, Illinois 60169
Phone: (847) 843 7090

Lawrence A. Jacobs, MD
Illinois Fertility Centers
135 N. Arlington Heights Rd, Nr. 195,
Buffalo Grove, Il 60089


"Immune and blood clotting disorders are treated by Dr. Laurence Jacobs under the direction of Dr. Coulam examined. It also conducts an endometrial immune profile.

John C. Jarrett, MD
reproductive endocrinology,
jarrett fertility,
1818 E.Windsor Road,
Urbana, The 61801
Phone: (217) 255 9600

Janice Johnson, MD
10024 Skokie Blvd.,
Skokie, IL 60077

Mark A. Kalchbrenner, MD
302 Randall Road Nr. 106,
Genf, IL 60134
Phone: (219) 213 2280

James Keller, MD
centro perinatal parkside,
1875 Calle Dempster Suite 325,
Parque Ridge, IL 60068
Phone: (847) 723 8610

Theresa Kepic, MD
3001 Green Bay Road,
North-Chicago, IL 60064

Phone: (847) 688 1900

Donna Kirz, MD
2525 S. Michigan Ave.,
Chicago, 60616
Phone: (312) 666 0285

Steven Kooperman, MD
1630 West Center Street,
Arlington Heights, Il 60005

Robert Koss, MD
Parkside Obstetrics and Gynecology SC,
1875 Dempster, Suite 465,
Parque Ridge, Illinois 60068
Phone: (847) 825 1100

Ralph Kaser, MD
reproductive endocrinologist,
Northwestern Medicine Fertility and Reproductive Medicine,
676 north of St. Claire,
Serie 1875,
Chicago, 60611

Joanne Kwak-Kim MD
reproductive immunologist,
reproductive medicine and immunology,
Rosalind Franklin University Health Clinics,
Suite 400, 830 West End Court,
Vernon Hills, Illinois


"Dr. Kwak-Kim is a highly respected authority on reproductive immunology. Her protocols are not overly aggressive, so they can be applied quickly (important for women over 40) to get positive results where everything else has previously failed.”

Aaron S. Lifchez, MD
Illinois Fertility Centers
2825 N Halsted Str. Nr. 1,
Chicago, 60657

Phyllis Marx, MD
9669 N. Kenton, Suite 550,
Skokie, IL 60076
Phone: (708) 673 3130

Brian McCulloch, MD
1875 Calle Dempster #325,
Parque Ridge, IL 60068
Phone: (847) 723 8610

Alvaro Mercado, MD
3048 N Harlem Avenue,
Chicago, 60634
Phone: (773) 237 2229

Mark Helyne, MD
Calle Dempster 1875, Suite 465,
Parque Ridge, IL 60068
Phone: (847) 825 1100

Thomas J. Meyer, MD
Barrington Lake Women's Health,
22285 N Pfefferstraße,
Lago Barrington, Il 60010
Phone: (847) 382 7330

Charles M. Miller, MD
reproductive endocrinology,
120 Osler Dr. Suite 100,
Naperville, Il 60540
Phone: (630) 428 2229

patient like:

"It uses many different protocols from Dr. Beer medication but it will use the DR Beer protocol. Will administer IVIG. I don't know LIT's opinion. You are unfamiliar with TNFalpha agents. This document performs all the necessary tests on you and your husband and has a 60% success rate.”

Marilyn Mitchell, MD
Holistic fertility regimen
2075 Foxfield Rd Suite 102,
San Carlos, Il 60174

Jacob Moise, MD
329 Bel Air Dr,
Glenview, Il 60025
Phone: (847) 998 9070

Mark Morrison, MD
dupage medical group,
725 W Fabyan Pkwy,
Batavia, Il 60510
Phone: (630) 845 3366

Martin Motew, MD
association for women's health,
30 N Michigan Avenue Ste 607,
Chicago, 60602
Phone: (312) 448 7211

Richard Mruz, MD
901 Biesterfield Road, Suite 110,
City of Elk Grove, IL 60007
Phone: (847) 364 0040

Erik Muraskas, MD
580 Platanenstraße,
Marseilles, Il 61341
Phone: (815) 795 2122

Tammy Novak, MD
2634 Patriotenboulevard,
Glenview, Il 60026
Phone: (847) 657 0445

Lorraine Novas, MD
1614 W Central Rd Suite 205,
Arlington Heights, Il 60005

Christopher Olsen, MD
Address: 1220 Hobson Rd, Suite 116,
Naperville, Il 60540
Phone: (630) 416 3300

Dr. Jaime Perea
3 S Greenleaf Street,
Gurnee, IL 60031
Phone: (847) 244 0222

Robert Pines, MD
barrington health care for women,
27401 IL-22, Suite 111,
Barrington, Il 60010
Phone: (847) 381 8181

Xavier Pombar, D.O.
1725 W. Harrison, Suite 408,
Chicago, 60612
Phone: (312) 942 6678

Susan Porto, MD
Address: 3722 Harlem Ave Suite 204,
Riverside, 60546
Phone: (708) 783 7840

Lawrence Press, MD
Associates in Women's Health Care, S.C.,
1555 Barrington Road,
Hoffman Estates, Illinois 60169
Phone: (847) 843 2000

Ewa Radwanska, MD
1725 W Harrison Street, Suite 408,
Chicago, 60612
Phone: (312) 942 6688

John J. Rapisarda, MD
3703 West Lake Ave #106,
Glenview, Il 60026
Phone: (847) 998 8200

Patient Comments

:: "He is VERY knowledgeable about the whole immunological issue and is also VERY cooperative."

Aruna J. Ravanam, MD
reproductive endocrinologist,
academic endocrinology,
455 W Court Street Nr. 102, Kankakee,
Phone: (815) 937 2155

patient like:

"She was the first person to suggest that immune issues could have caused my m/c."

Ann Ressetar, MD
121 S. Wilke Rd, Suite 606,
Arlington Heights, Il 60005
Phone: (847) 392 6250

Chong Soo Rand, MD
Galter Medizinpavillon,
5140 N California Avenue #715,
Chicago, 60625
Phone: (773) 275 4446

Richard Rock, MD
2101 Waukegan Rd Suite 301,
Bannockburn, Il 60015
Phone: (847) 295 0584

Jacob Saleh, MD
2500 Ridge Avenue, Suite 301,
Evanston, Il 60201
Phone: (847) 475 1224

Michael Scheid, MD
dupage medical group,
5201 Willow Springs Road Ste 490,
Barn Highlands, IL 60525
Phone: (708) 352 4630

Bert Scoccia, MD
reproductive endocrinologist,
university of illinois,
1801 W Taylor Street, Suite 4A,
Chicago, 60612
Phone: (312) 355 4205

Eric Shadle, MD
1415 Eastern State St Ste 405,
Rockford, Illinois 61104
Phone: (815) 489 4646

J. Sieros, M.D.
Parkside OB/GYN OB/GYN,
1875 Calle Dempster, Park Ridge, Il 60068
Phone: (847) 692 9234

Barbara Soltes, MD
women's health counselor,
1725 Oeste Harrison Str. #739,
Chicago, 60612
Phone: (312) 563 9389

Mary D. Stephenson, MD
university of illinois,
obstetrics and gynecology,
1801 W Taylor-Suite 4a,
Chicago, 60612
Phone: (312) 996 4322

Randall Toig, MD
680 N Lake Shore Dr,
Suite 114, Chicago, IL 60611

Howard Tople, MD
9700 Kenton Ave, Skokie, IL 60076
Phone: (847) 933 3555

Frank Tugwell, MD
101 E Miller Rd, Sterling, IL 61081
Phone: (815) 625 4790

Martin Weiner, MD
3 S Greenleaf Sta,
Gurnee, IL 60031
Phone: (847) 244 0222

Kenneth Wharton, MD
840 E 87th Street, Chicago, IL 60619
Phone: (773) 874 2011

Donald Willie, MD
Navarra Street 100 West,
Südbogen, EN 46601
Phone: (574) 647 1650

Randy Wittman, MD
750 E Terrakotta Avenue,
Kristallsee, IL 60012
Phone: (815) 459 1212

Mary W. Pier, MD;
reproductive endocrinologist,
1725 W Harrison Street, Suite 408,
Chicago, 60612
Phone: (312) 9972229

Albert C. Yang MD
1660 Arrayan Ct,
Libertyville, IL 60048
Phone: (847) 244 0180


Varsha Desai, MD
1001 main street 3rd floor,
Tintorero, IN 46311
Phone: (219) 865 9160

KatHryn Garner, m.d.
2518 E Dupont Road,
Fort Wayne, IN 46825
Phone: (260) 969 6880

William Gentry, MD
endocrinologist and fertility doctor,
1222 Career Boulevard,
Evansville, IN 47714

patient like

:: "This man really is the best and I wish others had this information available. He really takes Dr. Beer's advice as gospel too :)"

Stephen Höllenberg, MD
River Oaks Ob/Gyn Assoc PC,
1215 Lawn Ave # 110, Elkhart, IN 46514
Phone: (574) 294 8750

John Jarrett, MD
indiana fertility institute,
10610 N Pensilvania Str. #101,
Indianapolis, IN 46280


This center recognizes autoimmune diseases as one of the causes of recurrent miscarriage and unexplained infertility. Will provide testing and treatment as needed.

Marc Kappelmann, MD
8091 Community Line Rd,
Indianapolis, IN 46260
Phone: (317) 872 9469

David McLaughlin, MD
Specialized health centers for men and women,
9660 E 146. St #300,
Noblesville, EN 46060


One of the top fertility doctors in the United States. It offers testing for immune issues "before couples opt for costly and potentially unnecessary IVF treatment."

From the website

: “Laboratory tests may be ordered to assess the possibility of an immune response related to your history of pregnancy loss. The field of reproductive immunology is a relatively new area of ​​medicine. Our goal is to identify possible explanations for recurrent miscarriages and to offer individualized medical treatment options."

Etta K. Nevel, MD
515 N. Lafayette Blvd.,
Südbogen, EN 46601
Telephone:(574) 232 2037

Kurt Stiver MD
515 N. Lafayette Blvd.,
Südbogen, EN 46601
Phone: (574) 232 2037

James Teter, MD
Indiana Obstetrics and Gynecology,
13420 N Meridian St Suite 400,
Karmel, IN 46033

Lillette Wood, MD
2920 S McIntyre DR Nr. 250,
Bloomington, EN47403
Phone: (812) 332 9217

John Jarrett, MD
indiana fertility institute,
10610 N Pensilvania Str. #101,
Indianapolis, IN 46280
Comment: Offers testing and treatment for recurrent miscarriages caused by autoimmune diseases.


Abey Eapen, MD
reproductive endocrinologist,
iowa university,
Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology,
704 care road,
Iowa City, IA 52245

Patient Comments

:: "DR. Wow, lovely man. Use corticosteroids to suppress immune system."

Edward S. Alt MD
doctor Associates Clinic,
Calle Langworthy 1000,
Dubuque, AI 52001
Phone: (563) 584 3490

Gerald G. Barker, MD
855A Ave NE Nr. 200,
Cedar Rapids, AI 52402

Barbara Beatty MD
Iowa Methodist Medical Center
1212 Pleasant St # 405,
Des Moines, IA 50309

Wayne Conover, MD
Center for Maternal Fetal Medicine by HealthNet,
1633 N Capitol Avenue Ste 468,
Indianapolis, IN 46202
Phone: (317) 962 0400

Robert F. Doran, MD
6565 N Charles Street #306,
Towson, MD 21204
Phone: (443) 849 6444

Delos D. Hansen MD
Specialist in Obstetrics and Gynecology, P.C.
2322 E Kimberly Road,
Davenport, IA52807
Phone: (563) 355 1853

Curtis Hoegh, MD
obstetrics and gynecology,
909 SW Orallabor Rd,
Ankeny, IA 50023
Phone: (515) 965 0300

Timothy Leeds, MD
Doran clinic for women,
1015 Duff Ave, Ames, IA 50010

Neil Mandsager, MD
3068, 330 Laurel St, Suite 2300,
Des Moines, IA 50314

Ronald J. Moller, MD
1519 S Phillips Street,
Algona, IA 50511
Phone: (515) 295 7714

William H. Newland, MD
1221 Pleasant Street, Suite 400,
Des Moines, IA 50309
Phone: (515) 241 4161

Bradley J. Van Voorhis, MD
reproductive endocrinologist,
obstetrics and gynecology,
200 Hawkins Dr # C606,
Iowa City, IA 52242
Phone: (319) 356 2294


The Center for Reproductive Medicine
9300 East 29th Street Nr. 102,
Wichita, KS67226


: Tests for immunological problems due to recurrent losses and offers immunotherapy.


Christine Cook, MD
401 E Chestnut St # 410,
Louisville, Ky 40202
Phone: (502) 271 5999

John Darpel, MD
Seven Hills Women's Health Center
Ärztedorf 20 Dr. #302,
Edgewood, KY 41017
Phone: (859) 341 2510

Douglas Peeno, MD
Baptist Health Medical Group Louisville OB/GYN,
3999 Dutch Ln Ste 4D,
Louisville, Ky 40207
Phone: (502) 893 6777


James Gates, MD
3302 Freemason Dr. #4002,
Alexandria, LA 71301
Phone: (318) 445 3636

Phillip Rye MD
New Orleans Fertility Institute,
4770 S I-10 Dienststrasse W #201,
Metairie, LA 70001

patient like:

“I highly recommend IVIG and LIT (it's even ok for me to go to Nogales). He's the one who recommended I take the LAD test to start with. He has nothing against working with Dr. Beer and seems to quote Coulam often.”


Dr. A.S. HERE. Rafat Abbasi
Columbia Fertility Associates,
10215 Fernwood Road,
Suite 301A,
Bethesda, MD 20817
Website: "Columbia Fertility Associates is one of a select group of ART centers in the United States specializing in reproductive immunology."

Sheri Hamersley, MD
Maternal Fetal Medicine Associates of Maryland,
10110 Molecular Drive, Suite 218,
Rockville, Maryland 20850

patient like

: "Dr. Hamersley from the MFMA specializes in treating patients with immunological problems. I would suggest reading the book "Miscarriage Prevention: The Good News" by Dr. Read Jonathan Scher. My husband and I decided to drive from MD to NYC for a special test through this doctor's office. Meeting with him further confirmed that according to Dr. Sheri Hamersley were on the right track. Both doctors took excellent care of us and my next two pregnancies were healthy pregnancies that ended on time after multiple miscarriages.

Victor Priego, M.D.
Center for Cancer and Blood Diseases,
Edificio Champlain, 6410 Rockledge Dr. Nr. 660,
Bethesda, MD 20817
Phone: (301) 571 0019

Patient Comments:

"Dr. Victor Priego, who works at the Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders in Bethesda, Maryland. He's amazing and super compassionate. Definitely go see him if your insurance doesn't cover IVIG if you're coded for fertility/recurrent pregnancy loss".

Tara Smith, CNM,
26005 Gratstraße,
Damascus, MD 20872


The Fertility Center in Bangor, ME
Avenida Stillwater, 12
Bangor, Maine 04401

The Portland Fertility Center
778 Calle Principal, Suite 2
S. Portland, Maine 04106

Doctor's comment:

"Boston IVF uses evidence-based guidelines as the basis for treatment and collaborates with colleagues in related and unrelated fields of medicine, depending on the needs of our patients, including autoimmune and blood clotting issues."


Michael Alper, MD
Steven R. Bayer, MD
Boston FIV
Tufts Fertility Medical Center
Calle Washington 800
Boston, Massachusetts 02111

patient like

:My wife and I did IVF here at Boston IVF and she was found to have factor 5 which contributed to her miscarriage at 17 weeks. Fix and we look forward to September! Boston IVF uses evidence-based guidelines as the basis for treatment and collaborates with colleagues in related and unrelated fields of medicine, depending on the needs of our patients, including autoimmune and blood clotting issues.”

Alan Penzias, MD
Boston FIV,
130 2nd Ave, Waltham, MA 02451

Kerri Luzzo, MD
Boston FIV,
Dartmouth Fertility Centre,
women health,
531 Faunce Corner Street,
N. Dartmouth, Massachusetts 02747

Doctor's comment:

"Boston IVF uses evidence-based guidelines as the basis for treatment and collaborates with colleagues in related and unrelated fields of medicine, depending on the needs of our patients, including autoimmune and blood clotting issues."

Robert Barbieri, MD
Carol B. Benson, MD
Katherine Economy, MD
Brigham and Women's Hospital
Franzstraße 75,
Boston, MA 02115
Phone: (617) 732 4222

Patient Comments

: "Dr. Economía wasn't entirely immune to the program either
problems, but she "allowed" me to conceive them!"

Donna O'Shea, MD
3300 Main Street, 4th Floor,
Springfield, MA 01199
Phone: (413) 794 7045

Ginter Sotrel, MD
147 Leche Street, Boston, MA 02109
Phone: (617) 654 7000

Patient Comments

: "Dr. Beer's office told me that Dr. Sotrel had worked with them before."

Alan Rashba, MD
33 Pond Ave, Brookline, MA 02445
Phone: (617) 731 6662

Nicholas Saliba, MD
Krone Obstetrics and Gynecology,
300 Congreso St # 102, Quincy, MA 02169


William G. Addison, MD
Marquette Associates of Obstetrics and Gynecology, P.C.
1414 W Fair Ave, Ste 249,
Marquette, MI 49855
Phone: (906) 225 3881

Marc Adelmann, D.O.
1777 W Big Beaver Road,
Troy, MI 48084
Phone: (248) 643 7520

Carole Kowalczyk, MD
Michigan Center for Fertility and Women's Health,
4700 13 Mile Rd, Warren, MI 48092

patient like

: "Kowalczyk in Warren is an RE familiar with Kwak/Beer protocols."

Mohammad Ashraf, MD
2 Hurley Plaza Nr. 209,
Flint, MI 48503
Phone: (810) 262 6743


Rrecommended by dr. Kwak Kim

FIV Michigan Flint and Rochester Hills,
3950 S Rochester Road Ste 2300,
Rochester Hills, MI 48307

Comment middle:

"We're ordering tests for blood clotting disorders and some antibody tests for recurrent miscarriages. dr Abuzeid will generally contact Dr. Joanne Kwak-Kim in Chicago.”

Jonathan Ayers, MD
reproductive endocrinologist,
Gago Fertility Center
3145 W Clark Road,
Ypsilanti, MI 48197

Craig Bade, MD
29 West 8th Street, Suite 240,
Netherlands, MI 49423
Phone: (616) 396 1433

Frederick Bartholomew, MD
43097 Woodward Ave #200,
Bloomfield Twp, MI 48302
Phone: (248) 253 0656

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Joseph A. Beals, MD
390 Parkstrasse #109,
Birmingham, MI 48009
Phone: (248) 647 5660

Roger Beyer, MD
stadium dr 7110,
Kalamazoo, MI 49009
Phone: (269) 372 7600

Charla Blacker, MD
reproductive endocrinologist,
1500 W Big Beaver Road,
Troy, MI 48084
Phone: (248) 637 4050

John M. Cook, MD
obstetrics and gynecology,
1001 S Hemlock St,
Eisenberg, MI 49801
Phone: (906) 779 1290

Stephen C. Dalm, MD
complete women's care,
060 Cascade Rd SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49546


Recommended by Dr. Kwak Kim.

Steven M. Dean, MD
true gynecology,
38815 Dequindre Rd # 101, Troy, MI 48083

Pamela Diwan, MD
30555 Southfield Road Nr. 180,
Southfield, MI 48076
Phone: (248) 644 8220

Gary L. Doublestein, MD
Obstetrics and Gynecology P.C.
Muskegon, MI 49442
Phone: (231) 672 6209

Roger Edvenson, MD
Grand Rapids Women's Health,
555 Mid Towne St, Grand Rapids, MI 49503
Phone: (616) 588 1200

Michael Fakih, MD
5728 Schäferstrasse # 203,
Dearborn, MI 48126

EduardoGarcia, M.D.
Somerset Obstetrics and Gynecology,
3290 W Big Beaver Rd Ste 444,
Troy, MI 48084
Phone: (248) 816 9200

Kenneth Ginsburg, MD
reproductive endocrinologist,
Henry Ford Medical Group,
39450 W 12 Millas Road,
New, MI 48377
Phone: (248) 344 0710

Norman Gove, MD
990 West Ann Arbor Trail,
Plymouth, MI 48170
Phone: (734) 434 0477

Beatrice B. Hainer, MD
1701 E South Blvd Nr. 200,
Rochester Hills, MI 48307
Phone: (248) 647 6262

Duane Heilbronn, MD
Valley Obstetrics and Gynecology Clinic,
926 N Michigan Ave, Saginaw, MI 48602

Renee Horowitz, MD
28555 Orchard Lake Road,
Farmington Hills, MI 48334
Phone: (248) 489 1070

Lenny Hutton, MD
6900 Orchard Lake Road,
Ste 306, West Bloomfield, MI 48322

DeAnn Kutzner, MD
Obstetrics and Gynecology on the South Coast,
2690 S. Cleveland Ave.,
San Jose, MI 49085

Luana J. Kyselka, MD
2877 Crooks Rd, Troy, MI 48084
Phone: (248) 643 6634

Read Obstetrics and Gynecology,
21 N 20th St #2, Opelika, AL 36801
Phone: (334) 745 6447

Thomas Marks, MD
1100 18 Meile Rd,
City of Kent, MI 49330
Phone: (603) 216 3366

Dr. Alexander Maximowitsch
Advanced Reproductive Medicine and Surgery,
4190 Telegraph Rd Ste 1500,
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48302
Phone: (248) 203 0900

Steven Migdal, MD
Michigan Institute for Women's Health
28555 Orchard Lake Road Ste 120,
Farmington Hills, MI 48334
Phone: (248) 438 5096

Cheryl Parks, MD
Women's Health Specialists
8040 N Center Belt Rd,
Westland, MI 48185
Phone: (734) 266 8800

John R. Sanborne, MD
OB/GYN generations,
35046 Woodward Avenue Ste 100,
Birmingham, MI 48009

Harold J. Sauer, MD
1200 E Michigan Avenue Nr. 700,
Lansing, MI 48912
Phone: (517) 364 5888

Lydia Watson, MD
women exercise,
2600 McCandless Dr,
Midland, MI 48640
Phone: (877) 635 5287

John Wichert, MD
Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology,
1540 Lago Lansing Road,
Lansing, MI 48912
Phone: (517) 913 3910

Rachel D. Vain, MD
601 S Shore Dr #224,
Battle Creek, MI 49014
Phone: (269) 969 6115

James E. Young, MD
the fertility center,
5659 Stadium Dr Ste 2,
Kalamazoo, MI 49009

William Anderson, MD
27209 Lahser Strasse 226,
Southfield, MI 48034
Phone: (248) 353 0220


Dale Akkerman, MD
14000 Fairview Dr,
Burnsville, Minnesota 55337
Phone: (952) 993 3282

Bruce Campbell MD
PAGaul. Kuneck M.D.
center for reproductive medicine,
2828 Chicago Avenue, 3. Stock,
Mineápolis, MN 55407

Romaine Bayless, MD
Reproductive medicine and infertility staff,
2101 Dr Ste 100 woodwind,
St. Paul, MN 55125


: "Provides tests and treatments for immune problems."

Drag. Lisa Baker
Fairview Southdale Hospital,
6405 France Avenue S,
W400 game
Edina, Minnesota 55435

DR Erika Stein
multicare employees,
11855 Ulises Street NE,
Blaine, Minnesota 55434


Peter Ahlering, MD
Missouri Center for Reproductive Medicine,
17300 N. Outer Forty Street,
Chesterfield, MO 63005


"Dr. Ahlering founded this center. He previously worked at the Sher Institute for Reproductive Medicine (SIRM). Its centers provide the full spectrum of immunological testing and treatment.”

Anthony Pearlstone MD
Molina Dayal, MD
Sher Institute for Reproductive Medicine,
555 N Neue Ballas Rd,
Suite 150, St. Louis, MO 63141
Comment: "Dr. Sher is an internationally recognized authority on the immunological causes of infertility and the pioneer of many "firsts" in the field of IVF. 60% of his patients travel from out of town to see him; Such is his experience and exceptional success rate in difficult-to-treat cases.He specializes in treating women with recurrent miscarriages and unexplained infertility and IVF failure. Tests and treatments for immune disorders at this center include blood clotting and NK cell problems, among others. He uses Intralipids, Prednisone, Folgard, Baby Aspirin and Lovenox.”

Joe E. Belew, MD
224 S Woods Mill Road, Suite 750,
Chesterfield, MO 63017
Phone: (314) 576 9797

John Gay, MD
Center for Obstetrics and Gynecology,
402 N. Keene St # 301,
Columbia, Missouri 65201
Phone: (573) 499 6084

William Marshall, MD
1241 W Stadium Blvd,
City of Jefferson, MO 65109
Phone: (573) 635 5264

Alvaro Mora, MD
obstetrics and gynecology,
12277 De Paul Dr., Bridgeton, MO 63044
Phone: (314) 291 5900

Michael Paul, MD
bjc medical group,
3009 N Ballas Rd Ste 254C
San Luis, MO 63131
Phone: (314) 439 1292

Jorge Pineda, MD
reproductive endocrinologist,
226 S Woods Mill Rd #64w,
Chesterfield, MO 63017
Phone: (314) 205 6730

James Schreiber, MD
Obstetrics/Gynecology at the University of Washington,
4901 Waldparkallee,
San Luis, MO 63108
Phone: (314) 362 4211

Elan Simckes, MD
fertility association,
5401 Veterans Memorial Pkwy Nr. 201,
Sankt Peter, MO 63376

Drag. Simckes:

“We provide research and treatment services for recurrent miscarriages. We test for all recognized and significant causes of recarpeting-to-loss-salute antibodies. We can also test for natural killer cells and do so where appropriate. I will work with anyone who can help my patients have a baby. Recurring miscarriages really suck and I spend 20-25% of my time fighting it."

Ronald Strickler, MD
1500 W Big Beaver Rd Ste 105,
Troy, MI 48084
Phone: (313) 230 4082

David Weinstein, MD
3023 N Ballas Rd Building D, Suite 440,
San Luis, MO 63131
Phone: (314) 432 8181

William Mark Grant, MD
Women's Wellness Center
Broadway Medical Plaza 4,
1705 E.Broadway, Suite 300,
Columbia, Missouri 65201

L.April Gago, MD;
your IVF,
2250 Genoa Business Park Dr.
Suite 110, Brighton, MI 48114


Maureen Fleming, MD
2514 S 119. St, Omaha,
Phone: (402) 597 2730

patient like:

“She tries PACs early and has had a great success rate prescribing prednisone through pgs for patients with anti-cardiolipin antibodies. I like his willingness to continue down this path for his patients, while acknowledging that he is going against the tide.”

Victoria M. Maclin, MD
Heartland Center for Reproductive Medicine PC
7308 S 142. St,
Omaha, Nebraska 68138

Thomas Hilgers, MD
6901 Misericordia Road, Omaha,
NE 68106

Michael Skoch, MD
223 E 14. St #100,
Hastings, Nebraska 68901
Phone: (402) 463 2929

Stephen G. Swanson, MD
Calle Lyncrest 220,
Lincoln, Nebraska 68510


Jeffrey Fisch, MD
Green Valley Fertility Partners,
2510 Wigwam Parkway Ste 201,
Henderson, Nevada 89074


"I previously worked at SIRM (now Sher Fertility)."

Geoffrey Sher, MD
Founder and Chief Medical Director,
pure fertility,
5320 S Rainbow Boulevard, Suite 302,
Las Vegas, Nevada 89118


"Sher Fertility Centers are internationally recognized for identifying and treating immunological causes of infertility and recurrent miscarriage."

New Hampshire

The Bedford NH Fertility Center,
18 Constitución Drive, Ste: 2,
Bedford, Nuevo Hampshire 03110
It also has centers in Rye and Salem.

Doctor's comment:

"Boston IVF uses evidence-based guidelines as the basis for treatment and collaborates with colleagues in related and unrelated fields of medicine, depending on the needs of our patients, including autoimmune and blood clotting issues."

CR Wira, MD
Professor of Microbiology and Immunology,
Dartmouth Medical School,
A medical supply unit, HB 7700,
Lebanon NH 03756
Phone: (603) 650 7733

Oglesby Young, MD
main street 189 N, Concordia,
Phone: (603) 228 1111

New Jersey

pure fertility
171 NJ-173,
Asbury, Nueva Jersey 08802


"Sher Fertility Centers are internationally recognized for identifying and treating immunological causes of infertility and recurrent miscarriage."

Robin Hilsenrath, MD
Princeton FIV,
Princess Street 2,
Lawrence Parish, New Jersey 08648


: "Provides tests for autoimmune and blood clotting disorders."

Thomas Theocharides, MD
804 W Park Ave Building A,
Ocean Township, New Jersey 07712
Phone: (732) 508 7778

Jerome Check, MD
Cooper Center for Reproductive Hormonal Disorders,
17000 commercial parking lot,
Monte Laurel, NJ 08054

patient like:

"Have faith in LIT."


dr Check contributed to the book Immune Infertility: Impact of Immune Reactions on Human Fertility in 2017 and authored a presentation on the regulation of abnormal immune system activity in early pregnancy, Non-Invasive Methods to Enhance the Embryo Implantation, which is available online.

Carmine Errico, MD
Somerset Associates of Obstetrics and Gynecology,
215 Union Avenue, Bridgewater, NJ 08807

Michael Greenwald, MD
Paris Avenue 160 Nr. 7,
Northvale, NJ 07647
Phone: (201) 784 0333

Thomas Kay, MD
Garden State Obstetrics and Gynecology Association, P.A.
2401 E Evesham Road A,
Parish of Voorhees, NJ 08043

Medical School Robert Wood Johnson,
maternal fetal medicine,
Calle Paterson 125,
Nuevo Brunswick, NJ 08901

patient like

: “They have an early fetal loss program and are very enthusiastic and involved in the whole immunological problem. They have a pathologist on the team who is a specialist in this area and he will look at my D&C slides.”

SunaM. Kasim, MD
advanced reproductive medicine,
Calle Ethel 4, Suite 405a,
Edison, New Jersey 08817

Andrei Rebarber, M.D.
Valley Medical Services,
15 Essex Road Ste 204,
Paramus, NJ 07652
Phone: (201) 291 6321

patient like:

“He's a great doctor, he believes in everything to do with immunity. He is a mother-fetus doctor and obstetrician. I highly recommend it."

Pat Robinson, MD
275 Forest Ave, Paramus, NJ 07652

patient like:

“I've been with her and I personally like her a lot. However, I stopped going to her because she is a one-person practice and I didn't feel comfortable just seeing a doctor if I did become pregnant. She is knowledgeable about immunological treatment and is very supportive of the medication protocol, although she does not prescribe it herself.

Shyamashree Sengupta, MD
908 Eichenstrasse,
South Plainfield, New Jersey 07080
Phone: (908) 753 5771

Diana Alecsandru, MD
reproductive immunologist,
reproductive health workers from New Jersey,
Puente de Hierro Street 495 #10,
Property, NJ 07728

From the website:

diana alexander, a reproductive immunologist at IVI-RMA Global in Madrid, Spain, collaborating with RMA New Jersey.

New Mexico

William F. Rayburn, MD
2211 Lomas Blvd NE,
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87106
Phone: (505) 272 1623

jSoy Thompson, MD
New Mexico Fertility Center
201 Cedro Street SE No. S1-20,
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87106


The fertility institutes,
51 East 67th Street,
New York, New York 10021

From the website:

“Through our partnership with a leading immunology laboratory, we offer comprehensive tissue type compatibility testing for partners. Working closely with the nation's leading immunology experts, we offer comprehensive laboratory testing, including preparation and administration of paternal leukocyte immunization, aspirin/heparin/prednisone protocols, and a variety of state-of-the-art methods to improve outcome with advanced fertility. procedures as well as to prevent miscarriage.

Endometriosezentrum Seckin
5. Allee und 68. NY, NY.


“Endometriosis has been found to have an immune component that can cause miscarriage even after surgical debulking. While surgery greatly improves outcome, any patient who has conceived and miscarried or failed to conceive at all should request a reproductive immunological profile. I strongly recommend that the world authority on reproductive immunology, Dr. Jeffrey Braverman, who we have worked with with great success on this type of patient.”

Richard Bronson, MD
New York Reproductive Specialists,
2500 Nesconset Highway,
building 23,
Steiniger Bach, New York 11790
Comment: dr Bronson is past President of the American Society for Reproductive Immunology.

John Zhang, MD
new Hope Fertility Center,
4 Columbus Circle, 4to piso,
New York, New York 10019

Janelle Luk, MD
next generation of fertility,
115 E 57. St Suite 500,
New York, NY 10022

David Bergman, MD
300 Old Country Road,
Mineola, NewYork 11501
Phone: (516) 747 4616

Patient Comments:

"I am a patient of Dr. Beer and he had no problem agreeing to his protocol.”

Robert Bernstein, MD
Berg Sinai San Lucas-Roosevelt,
1111 Amsterdam Avenue,
New York, New York 10025-1716
Phone: (877) 884 6661

Robert Bonvino, MD
Finger Lakes OB/GYN Associates,
Main Street 253,
Dansville, NewYork 14437
Phone: (585) 335 2296

Vincent Brandeis, MD
4601 Greenpoint Avenue,
Sunnyside, NuevaYork 11104
Phone: (718) 288 7829

Jeffrey Braverman MD
IVF and reproductive immunology

Long Island-Adresse:

800 Woodbury Road G,
Woodbury, New York 11797

Manhattan Address:

888 Park Avenue, Suite 1B
(Entrance on 78th Street)
New York City, NY 10075


"Dr. Braverman leads the only practice in New York State with a full team of qualified experts in the field of reproductive immunology. He was accepted into New York University at the age of 14 and honored as a junior graduate. He attended medical school at Mount Sinai Medical Center in Manhattan and did his internship at the Albert Einstein School of Medicine in New York."

From the website:

“If immunological problems are diagnosed, we prescribe additional therapy. We do not want our patients to go through the cycle of repeated IVF failures without prompt diagnosis and treatment of the underlying causes. Voted #1 fertility clinic four years in a row.”

Lars Cederquist M.D.
obstetrics and gynecology,
A Main Street, Lars Cederquist,
MD C/O Coler-Goldwater,
Roosevelt Island, New York 10044
Phone: (212) 318 4242

CNY fertility,
195 fearless alley,
Syracuse, New York 13205

CNY fertility
38A Old Sparrowbush Road
Latham, New York 12110

Rochester Address:
CNY fertility
2244 East Avenue
Rochester, NewYork 14610


: “They offer state-of-the-art fertility treatments for the most difficult IVF cases and include personalized immune treatment for all patients. Reproductive immunology is an important part of your treatment for recurrent miscarriages, failed IVF attempts and unexplained infertility. They have been offering the Intralipid therapy since 2009.”

Sami David, MD
Maximum fertility without IVF,
1045 5th Ave, New York, NY 10028

Owen Davis, MD
1305 York Avenue,
6. Stock, New York, NY 10021
Phone: (646) 962 3765

David H. Fields, MD
888 Park Street,
New York, New York 10075
Phone: (212) 249 4700

Jill Fishbane-Mayer, MD
4 E 95. St # 1A,
New York, New York 10128
Phone: (212) 348 1111

Elizabeth Garcia M.D.
1504 Calle 78, Brooklyn,
New York 11228
Phone: (718) 238 9200

Norbert Gleicher, MD
Human Reproduction Center,
21 E. Calle 69,
New York, NY 10021,
Website: “We take on the toughest cases of infertility. Because autoimmunity plays an important role in female fertility, at CHR we test a variety of autoimmune markers to detect clinical and subclinical autoimmunity in women."

Kimberly Goldsmith, MD
Eastchester OB/GYN,
700 Post Road Ste 241,
Scardale, NewYork 10583
Phone: (914) 472 2222

Magdalena Hull, MD
reproductive endocrinologist,
City of Suffolk Health Department in EH,
3500 Sunrise Hwy Ste 124,
Mineola, NewYork 11501
Phone: (631) 854 0213

Andreas Kramer, MD
1107 5th Avenue, New York, NY 10128,
Phone: (212) 410 6700

Robert Laudicino, MD
4131 Avenida Richmond,
Staten Island, NewYork 10312
Phone: (718) 317 9204

Hugh Melnick, MD
reproductive endocrinologist,
advanced fertility services,
1625 3. Allee,
New York, New York 10128
Phone: (212) 369 8700

Nelson Miller, MD
Care of women in obstetrics and gynaecology, PC,
45 Hudson Avenue,
Glens Falls, New York 12801
Phone: (518) 793 4477

Gary Mucciolo, MD
40 E 88. St #1D, New York,
New York 10128
Phone: (212) 722 9196

Dr. Patricia Pollio
134 NY-59, Leiden,
New York 10901
Phone: (845) 357 5333

Ronald Reiss, MD
124 E 84. St,
New York, New York 10028
Phone: (212) 749 3113

Zev Rosenwaks,MARYLAND.
reproductive endocrinologist,
The Ronald O. Perelman and Claudia Cohen Center for Reproductive Medicine,
1305 York Avenue, 6. Stock,
New York, New York 10021
Phone: (646) 962 3743

Gerard St. Roman, MD
118 N Country Road, Puerto Jefferson,
New York 11777
Phone: (631) 473 7171

Peter Sanfilippo, MD
3710 Avenida Richmond Nr. 2,
Staten Island, NewYork 10312
Phone: (718) 317 8299

Jonathan Scher MD
Sher Institute for Reproductive Medicine,
425 Fifth Avenue, 3. Stock
(5th Avenue und 38th Street)
New York, New York, 10016

Also in:

1126 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10128
Comment:"Dr. Sher is an internationally recognized authority on the immunological causes of infertility and pioneered many "firsts" in the field of IVF. 60% of his patients travel from abroad to see him; that is his experience and his rate of success in difficult-to-treat cases is exceptional.He specializes in treating women with recurrent miscarriages and unexplained infertility and IVF failure. Tests and treatments for immune disorders at this center include blood clotting and NK cell problems, among others. He uses Intralipids, Prednisone, Folgard, Baby Aspirin and Lovenox.”

Drew Tortoriello, MD
Jeff Wang, MD
SIRM-New York
425 Fifth Avenue, 3. Stock
(5th Avenue und 38th Street)
New York, New York, 10016

patient like:

"Dr. Tortoriello was my RE. At my first consultation he spent over an hour on the phone with me about my case and even offered to work with my local RE. I had not been previously diagnosed with partial alpha DQ and had TTC for 3 years old. We ended up having 2 IVFs with Dr. T done and I'm now in the 18.5. weeks pregnant with a singleton. He is very loving and compassionate towards his patients and adjusts protocols based on history and response."

patient like

: "Dr. Tortoriello is an amazing man, but be warned, they will not do Humira or try some of the things that Dr. Beer will do. They also deal with intralipids."


: "Dr. Jeff Wang has a special interest in unexplained infertility, recurrent miscarriage and repeated implantation failures after IVF."

Gerald Scholl, MD
300 Community Drive, Outpatient Surgery,
Lower Level, Manhasset, NY 11030
Phone: (516) 562 2229

dr G. Security
120 Mineola Boulevard Nr. 100,
Mineola, NewYork 11501
Phone: (516) 663 3010

Bruce B. Feinberg, MD
622 West 168th Street,
New York, New York 10032
Phone: (212) 305 6293

Dr. Thomas B. Tomasi
Elm and Carlton Street,
Buffalo, New York 14263
Phone: (716) 845 3384

Adam Griffin, MD
Buffalo Infertility and IVF Associates,
4510 Main Street,
Snyder, New York 14226

Steve Spandorfer, MD
reproductive endocrinologist,
1305 York Avenue, 6. Stock,
New York, New York 10065

Rachel McConnell, MD
reproductive endocrinologist,
center for reproductive women,
1790 Broadway Nr. 2, New York, NY 10019

Nicole Noyes, MD
reproductive endocrinologist,
660 1. Allee #5,
New York, New York 10016

Young Mi Lee, MD
525 East 68th Street,
Suite J-130, New York, NY 10065

North Carolina

Stephen Young, MD
UNC fertility,
7920 ACC Blvd.,
Suite 300,
Raleigh, North Carolina 27617


"Dr. Young served as Chair of the Special Interest Group Reproductive Immunology and is currently Vice Chair of the Special Interest Group Endometriosis at the American Society for Reproductive Medicine."

Stephen Bale, MD
Piemont GYN/OB-Steele Creek,
13640 Steelecroft Allee,
Charlotte, North Carolina 28278
Phone: 704 512 3860

Dr. Fortier, MD
3701 Holly Lane, Raleigh,
North Carolina 27612
Phone: 919 782 1865

Philip Jones, MD
105 Khadkin Street,
Suite 102,
Albemarle, North Carolina 28001
Phone: (704) 982 1590

David C. Lowe, MD
802 Green Valley Road #300,
Greensboro, North Carolina 27408
Phone: (336) 273 3661

Pierre Martimbeau, MD
330 Billingsley Road Nr. 202,
Charlotte, North Carolina 28211
Phone: (704) 334 8644

Paul Whitesides, MD
Wilmington Health Endokrinologie,
1500 doctors dr.
Wilmington, North Carolina 28401
Phone: (910) 762 9701

patient like:

"He seems open-minded and has used IVIG on a few patients with recurrent miscarriages."

Michelle Matthews, MD
Reproductive Endocrinology/Infertility,
carolina health system,
CMC Women's Institute, Charlotte,
1025 Morehead Medical Unit,
Charlotte, North Carolina 28204


Judith Blackwell, MD
the women's health group,
9001 S 101. East Ave Ste 350,
Tulsa, OK 74133
Phone: (918) 293 6200

Robert Ryan, MD
608 NW 9. St, Oklahoma City,
OK 73102
Phone: (405) 272 8498


Dr. Erast Haftkovych
Riverview Women's Care im Henry County Hospital,
1600 E Riverview Avenue Ste 105,
Napoleon, OH43545
Phone: (419) 599 0055

Jennifer Thie, MD
reproductive endocrinologist
4430 Carver Woods Dr #125,
Cincinnati, Ohio 45242

Sherif Awadalla, MD
Institute for Reproductive Health,
3805 Edwards Road #450, Cincinnati, OH 45209
Phone: (513) 924 5550

Rodney Batie, MD
1835 E High Street, Springfield,
Phone: (937) 323 9242

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David Burkons, MD
1611 S Grünstrasse No. 4,
Cleveland, Ohio 44121
Phone: (216) 297 2061

Joseph Calagars, MD
11140 Montgomery Road,
Suite 2400,
Cincinnati, Ohio 45249
Phone: (513) 985 9966

Neeoo W. Chin, MD
ohio fertility wellness institute,
6396 Dornbeere Ct Ste 710,
Maurer, OH 45040

Albert Domingo, M.D.
3120 Parkway Street NW,
Canton, OH 44708
Phone: (330) 452 9460

Kevin Fitzgerald, MD
2123 Auburn Ave #724,
Cincinnati, Ohio 45219
Phone: (513) 241 4774

Terry Gibbs, MD
5308 Harroun Road #175,
Sylvania, OH 43560
Phone: (419) 824 5608

Chris Kanios, MD
ProMedica obstetrician,
660 Beaver Creek-Cir Nr. 200,
Maumee, OH 43537
Phone: (419) 891 6272

Barry Peskin, MD
9500 Euclid Ave, Cleveland, OH 44195
Phone: (877) 463 2010

Stephen Myers, DO
2500 Metrohealth Dr,
Cleveland, Ohio 44109
Phone: (216) 778 5498

Dinkar Rao, MD
6770 Mayfield Road Nr. 223,
Cleveland, Ohio 44124
Phone: (440) 461 9060

Thomas D. Robinson, MD
4151 Holiday Street NW,
Canton, OH 44718

Tariq Siddiqui, MD
2123 Auburn Avenue, Cincinnati,
Phone: (513) 651 4722

Jennifer Thie, MD
4430 Carver Woods Dr #125,
Cincinnati, Ohio 45242
Phone: (513) 794 1430

Nazih Zein, MD
14601 Detroit Road,
Cleveland, Ohio 44107
Phone: (216) 529 7098


Dr. Paula Amat
reproductive endocrinologist,
3303 SW Bond Ave OHSU Fertility Clinic,
South Waterfront Center for Health and Healing,
Building 1, 10th Floor, Portland, OR 97239

Douglas Austin MD
The Oregon Fertility Center,
590 Country Club Road, Ste A,
Eugen, OR 97401,


“Testing for immunological problems in recurrent losses. Website: “There are many known causes of miscarriage, including … immune deficiencies and bleeding disorders. Correcting abnormalities greatly increases the chance of a successful pregnancy.”

John Hesla, MD
oregon reproductive medicine,
2222 NW Lovejoy St Ste 304,
Portland,Oregon 97210
Phone: (503) 274 4994

patient like:

"Dr. Hesla was completely fine with my immune treatments and even gave me IVIGs in his office before conception. They need to improve their success stats, which are pretty good, especially for older women. Your lab is great. The two embryologists hail from a high volume clinic in Leeds, UK.”… HOWEVER…
Comments from another patient: “My RE is not open to any of this and told me that nobody in Oregon would do IVIG. Your colleague (Dr. Hesla), who is listed in the files as a supporter, really doesn't either..."

Cory Johnson, MD
2301 Mountain View Boulevard #A,
Klamath Falls, Oregon 97601
Phone: (541) 884 6374

Patient Comments:

“I will be signing instructions to carry out IVIG throughout the pregnancy, including until delivery. It has a very discreet bedside manner. In principle, he does not dispute the recommendations of a reproductive immunologist."

Karen Kronmann, MD
Providence Medical Grp OB/GYN,
940 Royal Ave Unit 350,
Medford, Oregon 97504
Phone: (541) 732 7460

Phillip Patten, MD
3303 SW Bond Avenue,
Portland,Oregon 97239
Phone: (503) 418 3700

Patient Comments

:: “The OHSU doctor who referred me to Dr. Beer was Phillip Patten. The best thing he ever did for us was talk to Dr. to tell Beer."


Miles Murphy, MD
The Institute for Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery for Women,
1010 Horsham Road Nr. 101,
North Wales, PA 19454

Scott Kauma, MD
bow fertility,
4815 Liberty Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15224


dr Kauma was the clinical section editor of the Journal of Reproductive Immunology and a member of the editorial board of the Journal of Reproductive Immunology.

Susan Cowchock, MD
1100 Walnuss St 406 Mafia,
Philadelphia, PA 19107
Phone: (215) 955 2507

Thomas Fromuth, MD
obstetrics and gynecology staff,
1575 Highlands Dr., Lititz, PA 17543
Phone: (717) 393 1338

Virginia E. Halle, MD
35 hope dr #202/204,
Hershey, Pensilvania 17033
Phone: (717) 531 3503

Patient Comments:

"I work with Dr. Stricker at the Beer Clinic and have found that it works great as long as you have a doctor nearby who is willing to work with them. I just moved to Central PA and I'm going to the Women's Health Center which is affiliated with Hershey Medical Center. There's an OB there, Dr. Hall, who has dealt with immune patients in the past, so he's open to supporting immune treatment. They also have a whole high-risk unit.
including RE and we have when needed.”

Franz Hamm, MD
748 Quincy Avenue # 201A,
Scranton, Pensilvania 18510
Phone: (570) 961 0851

James Hole, MD
35 Monument Road #202, York, PA 17403
Phone: (717) 851 2722

Bruce Morrison, MD
200 Delafield, 2070,
Pittsburgh, PA 15215
Phone: (412) 782 0500

Erica Smith, MD
Jefferson Women's Health Suite 300,
575 Carbon Valley Rd,
Clairton, Pensilvania 15025
Phone: (412) 267 6600

Terry Tressler, MD
perinatal center,
100 S 2. St, Harrisburg, PA 17101
Phone: (717) 231 8472

Candace Walters, MD
99 N West End Boulevard,
Suite 104,
Quäkerstadt, Pensilvania 18951
Phone: (215) 536 3200

Richard Zigross, MD
Northpark Obstetrics and Gynecology,
9000 Brooktree Road Nr. 400,
Wexford, Pennsylvania 15090
Phone: (724) 934 1600

Michael Glasner, MD
John Orris, MD
Bryn Mawr Medical Art Pavilion,
825 alte Lancaster Road,
Suite 170,
Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania 19010

Rhode Island

The Providence Fertility Center,
Calle Seekonk 49,
Providencia, Rhode Island 02906

Doctor's comment:

"Boston IVF uses evidence-based guidelines as the basis for treatment and collaborates with colleagues in related and unrelated fields of medicine, depending on the needs of our patients, including autoimmune and blood clotting issues."

Surendra Sharma, MD
professor of pediatrics,
Rhode Island Hospital for Women and Children,
101 Dudley Street, Providence, RI 02905
Phone: (401) 274 1100


: "Dr. Sharma's research focuses on the biology of pregnancy complications with an emphasis on immunobiology, diagnostic and predictive biomarkers, inflammation, and vascular pathogenesis. He is Co-President of the American Society for Reproductive Immunology."

Luciano Sztulman, MD
1 Plaza Randall #401,
Providence, RI 02904
Phone: (401) 521 1006

South Carolina

Ann Graham, MD
150 foot hill rd,
Greenville, South Carolina 29617
Phone: (864) 294 0490

Mark Salley, MD
1333 Taylor-Suite 2d,
Columbia, South Carolina 29201
Phone: (803) 254 1300

Heather Cook, MD
Coastal Fertility Specialists,
1375 hospital driveway,
Mount Pleasant, South Carolina


"This doctor is open to the idea that immunotherapy may be useful in cases of unexplained reproductive failure."

Dakota del Sur

Keith Hansen, MD
Sanford Health Fertility and Reproductive Medicine,
1500 West 22nd Street,
Suite 102,
Sioux Falls, Dakota del Sur 57105


This center evaluates autoimmune diseases for recurrent losses.

CNY Fertility Center
(satellite location)
677 Cathedral Drive, Rapid City, South Dakota
Website: “This center offers state-of-the-art fertility treatments for the most challenging IVF cases and includes personalized immunological treatments for all patients. Reproductive immunology is an important part of your management of recurrent miscarriages, failed IVF attempts and unexplained infertility."

Michael Fiegen MD
1500 W 22nd St Ste 402,
Sioux Falls, Dakota del Sur 57105
Phone: (605) 328 8750


Garrett K Lam, MD
Chair of Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of Tennessee-Chattanooga School of Medicine, Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of Tennessee School of Medicine, Memphis
979 East 3rd Street
Set C-720
Chattanooga, TN 37403
Phone: (423) 778-7515

patient like:

"It will work with Dr. Beer's protocols."

Memphis Fertility Associates
80 Centro Humphreys, Suite 307,
Menfis, TN 38120
Commentt: This focuses on testing for immune issues in recurrent miscarriages.

William David Stinson, MD
315 S Walnut Bend Road,
Cordoba, TN 38018

Michael R. Caudle, MD
2018 Western Ave, Knoxville,
TN 37921
Phone: (865) 544 0406

Barry W. Donesky, MD
reproductive endocrinology,
the fertility center,
Calle Ziegler 7407,
Chattanooga, TN 37421
Phone: (423) 899 0500

Patient Comments:

"While not 100% convinced of immunity-related issues and treatments, he doesn't mind prescribing treatments based on a reproductive immunologist's recommendations! I'm not sure how I would get it on the list but they told me they would be happy to prescribe IVIG and other treatments that Dr. Braverman recommended in New York.”

Susan Schwarz, MD
9330 Park W Blvd #302,
Knoxville, TN 37923
Phone: (865) 531 5878

Jean-Paul Gray, MD
women's clinic,
244 Coatsland Dr,
Jackson, Tennessee, 38301


Christopher Sucher, MD
12200 Renfertstraße #100,
Austin, Texas 78758

Jason Griffith, MD
Houston Fertility Institute
2500 Fondren, Suite 300
Houston, Texas 77063

Bryan Blonder, MD
Sweetwater OB/GYN Associates,
16545 Great Southwest,
Sugarland, TX 77479
Phone: (281) 242 1400

Bethany Peterson, MD.
21700 Kingsland-Boulevard,
Katy, TX 77450

Samuel Marynick MD
Texas Center for Reproductive Health,
3600 Gaston Avenue, Dallas, TX 75246


"Dr. Marynick is the Medical Director of the Texas Center for Reproductive Health. She is an active member of the American Society ofreproductive immunology.“

Dr. Kenneth K. Moghadam
austin fertility institute,
2200 Park Bend Dr Edificio 1 Suite 402,
Austin, Texas 78758
From the website: "Similar to the thought process behind antibiotic administration, the use of steroids (prednisone, dexamethasone, or methylprednisolone) at the time of embryo transfer may reduce inflammation at the implantation site."

Carolina Adams, MD
7400 Fannin,
Suite 770,
Houston, TX 77054
Phone: (713) 791 9700

Mark Akin, MD
12200 Renfertstraße #100,
Austin, Texas 78758
Phone: (512) 504 7655

Sandra A. Carson, MD
reproductive endocrinologist,
6550 Fanninstr
Houston, TX77030
Phone: (713) 798 7500

Brian Cohen MD
Institute for Women's Advanced Healthcare am Cohen Center Dallas,
7777 Waldstrasse,
Dallas, Texas 75230
Website: “Our center tests for immune disorders when indicated by medical and family history, including antiphospholipid antibodies, lupus anticoagulant, antinuclear antibodies, antithyroid antibodies, rheumatoid factor, natural killer cells, embryotoxic antibodies, factor V disease, and sticky platelets.” .

Noble Doss, MD
4201 Marathon Boulevard,
Austin, Texas 78756
Phone: (512) 451 7991

Armond S. Goldman, MD
Clinic for Pediatrics, Dept. Immunology,
301 University Blvd, Nr. 1022,
Galveston, TX77555
Phone: (409) 772 2658

Sam Marynick, MD
3600 Gaston Avenue Ste 504,
Dallas, Texas 75246
Phone: (214) 828 2444

patient like:

“Immuno-friendly Dallas doctor who performs IVIG. Referring to Dr. Carolyn Coulam for Rhode Island information. He will not accept an insurance plan.”

Robert I. Milstein, MD
7777 Waldweg #D-550,
Dallas, Texas 75230

Brian E. Monks, MD
301 Seton Parkway,
Suite 407,
Austin, Texas 78705
Phone: (512) 931 1656

Winfred Parnell, MD
7777 Wald Ln Ste D560,
Dallas, Texas 75230

patient like

: "I met with Dr. Winfred Parnell contacted"... "I was pleased to learn that he was formerly with Dr. Beer worked together. I was a resident where Dr. Beer worked. He is familiar with the work and treatment of Dr. Beer trusts and is grateful for it. I was delighted to hear the name of Dr. Beer in my files and looked forward to speaking to him about my situation. He had nothing but praise for the work and research that Dr. Beer has done/does. That was a great relief for me. His practice is professional and his nurse is very helpful and friendly. I even had blood drawn for my NK tests. I had to do another IVIG (back to back) because my NKs were slightly elevated. As soon as I left his office, Dr. Parnell immediately Dr. Beer and spoke to him about my treatment. On the way home he called my cell phone to!"

Noel Peng, MD
at the Institute for Vitro-Fertilization,
7777 Forest Ln Ste C108,
Dallas, Texas 75230


"Provides testing for immunological causes of infertility and recurrent miscarriage."

MiguelPutman, MD
dallas fertility center,
3900 Junius Str. #610,
Dallas, Texas 75246,

Patient Comments:

"He's running some immunological tests and says he's going to see Dr. Carolyn Coulam as his R.I. used. He receives IVIG. I was familiar with ATA, APA, ANA and NK cells.

Dorothy J. Roach, MD
Center for Reproductive Medicine of North Houston,
530 Brunnen Fargo Drive,
Suite 116,
Houston, TX77090

Walid A. Saleh, MD
Sirms von Dallas,
Dallas Medical City Hospital,
7777 Bosque Ln Suite C-638,
Dallas, Texas 75230


"Sher Fertility Centers are internationally recognized for identifying and treating immunological causes of infertility and recurrent miscarriage."

Karen Swenson, MD
partners in health,
1305 W 34. St #308,
Austin, Texas 78705

Phone: (512) 459 8082

Patient Comments:

"With the protocols of Dr. beer familiar. He had a few Beer patients."

Dr. Mark Akin
12200 Renfertstraße #100,
Austin, Texas 78758


The fertility institutes,
11762 South State Street, Suite 160,
Draper, UT 84020
Website: “Through our partnership with a leading immunology laboratory, we offer comprehensive compatibility testing for partner tissue types. Working closely with the nation's leading immunology experts, we offer comprehensive laboratory testing, including preparation and administration of paternal leukocyte immunization, aspirin/heparin/prednisone protocols, and a variety of state-of-the-art methods to improve outcome with advanced fertility. procedures as well as to prevent miscarriage.

Keith Blauer, MD
reproductive care center
10150 Petunienstraße,
Sandy, UT 84092

comment from dr bluer:

"Access to screening for bleeding disorders (APA, Factor V Leiden and MTHFR) will be granted, but not for NK cells or hormone antibodies."


Christine Murray, MD
northeastern reproductive medicine
105W View Rd #302,
Colchester, VT05446


Rafat Abbasi, MD
Columbia Fertility Associates,
1005 North Glebe Road, Office 470,
Arlington, Virginia 22201


"Columbia Fertility Associates is one of a select group of US ART centers specializing in reproductive immunology."

patient like:

“I have worked with Beer and I agree to all protocols. Administer IVIG.”

Pierre Asmar, MD
washington fertility center,
4316 Periwinkle Ln,
Annandale, Virginia 22003

John M. Feigert, MD
1635 N. George Mason Dr.,
Suite 170, Arlington VA, 22205
Phone: (703) 528 7303

patient like

:: "I became Dr. John Feigert of Virginia Hospital Center in Arlington. To date, this has been one of the most insightful and educational consultations I have ever had. Not just in terms of my fertility, but overall health as someone with an immune disorder. He's really cool. One of his interests (and maybe even a specialty - I don't remember) is obstetric hematology specifically.”

Jill Flut, MD.
reproductive endocrinologist,
844 First Colonial Highway No. 202,
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23451
Phone: (757) 428 0002

Jean-Gilles Tchabo, MD
5275 Lee Highway G-1,
Arlington, Virginia 22207
Phone: (703) 429 0861

Barry Rothman, MD
4660 Kenmore Ave #1100,
Alexandria, Virginia 22304
Phone: (703) 370 0400

Laurel, MD city wall
Jones Institute der Eastern VA School of Medicine,
601 Colley Avenue, Norfolk, VA 23510
Phone: (757) 446 7100

Patient Comments

: "I will talk to Dr. work together. This is the one she recommended. He will take over the administration of the IVIG. I can't LIT. They will use TNF Alpha agents. Your nurse Beth is the best! The people and Jones are friendly and helpful. They do a lot of IVF and stuff. While City Wall isn't that knowledgeable on immunological issues, he's open-minded. They will order blood tests and IVIg infusions.”

Andrea Nugent, MD
1181 Erster Kolonial Highway #200,
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23454


Michael Opsahl, MD
poma fertility,
12039 NO 128. St # 110,
Kirkland, WA 98034

Janet Kennedy, MD
Seattle Reproductive Medicine
1505 Westlake Avenue Norte, Suite 400,
Seattle, WA 98109

Cheryl Axford, MD
751 NE Blakely Dr # 2030,
Issaquah, WA 98029
Phone: (425) 391 8655

patient like:

“Cheryl is the first point of contact for staff on fertility issues. She is knowledgeable on common fertility issues (e.g. sperm count, Clomid prescription, etc.). She's also very open to the idea that immunology could play a role, and is happy to write instructions for you to have your APA and ANA levels tested, usually by RIA Laboratories in Los Angeles. Anything beyond the need for Lovenox + Prednisone and you have to be in charge. When I gave her information from Dr. Beer's book and requested a request for additional testing, she was happy to oblige, but acknowledged that I have a lot more research on reproductive immunology than she does."

Marilyn Gage MD
703 Lilly Rd NE, Olympia,
Phone: (360) 413 8200

patient like

:: “I found a wonderful doctor in Olympia who is Dr. Beer was very supportive. He actually reduced obstetrics, but he took me on because he was very interested in his research and wanted to learn more. That was wonderful. I had weekly non-stress tests (although all were very healthy) for the last 2 1/2 months of pregnancy and only missed the ultrasounds
because he understood my need not to "take risks". If anyone is in the Olympia/Tacoma area, I can recommend Dr. Highly recommend Marilyn Gage.”

Michael Lawler, MD
1231 116. Allee NE #950,
Bellevue, WA 98004

Edwin Robins, MD
reproductive endocrinologist,
center for reproductive health,
508 W 6th Ave Nr. 500, Spokane,

Michele J Cho, MD
reproductive endocrinologist,
Seattle Reproductive Medicine
12333 NE 130 Spur,
Suite 220,
Kirkland, WA 98034

Priscilla Nathanson, MD
naturist medicine,
1904 3. Allee Ste 735,
Seattle, WA 98101
Phone: 206 264 7844

Washington, D.C.

Dr. A.S. A.S. Rafat A. Abbasi
Preston C. Sacks, MD
Columbia Fertility Associates
2440 M Street NW, Suite 401
Washington, DC 20037


"Columbia Fertility Associates, one of a select group of US ART centers specializing in reproductive immunology."

Bruce Bonn, MD
2300 M St NW #110,
Washington, DC 20037

John Grossmann, MD
obstetrics and gynecology,
george washington university,
Augenstrasse 2300,
Suite 455,
Washington, DC 20037
Phone: (202) 991 4096

David Saffan, MD
fertility doctor,
8501 Arlington Blvd Suite 500,
Fairfax, Virginia 22031

West Virginia

Assisted Fertility Program
Büro in Roanoke, Virginia
2965 Colonnade Dr Suite 140,
Salem, Virginia 24018

Patrick Bonasso MD
1703 Lobster Avenue,
Fairmont, Virginia Occidental 26554
Phone: (304) 366 6100


David L. Olive, MD
Wisconsin Fertility Institute,
3146 Camino deming,
Middleton, Wisconsin 53562


: dr Olive has extensive knowledge in the field of reproductive immunology.

Aleksandar Stanic-Kostic, MD
University of Wisconsin School of Medicine,
generations fertility care,
365 Camino deming,
Madison, Wisconsin 53562
website: dr Stanic is an Assistant Professor in the Departments of Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility and Reproductive Sciences in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology. He holds a PhD in Immunology and specializes in female infertility, recurrent miscarriage and reproductive immunology research.

Scott Hansfield, MD
608 W Braun St,
Waupun, Wisconsin 53963
Phone: (920) 324 6803

Michael Brokman, MD
2845 Greenbrier Road Nr. 420,
Green Bay, WI 54311
Phone: (920) 288 8400

Douglas L. Carlson, MD
8905 W Lincoln Avenue,
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53227
Phone: (414) 328 8650

David Dielentheis, MD
aurora health center,
2414 kohler memorial dr,
Sheboygan, WI 53081
Phone: (920) 457 4461

James Dolan MD
Aurora Obstetrics and Gynecology,
8905 W Lincoln Avenue,
Ste 515, West Allis, WI 53227
Phone: (414) 328 8650

Mark Faustich MD
Affinity Medical Group OB/GYN,
1531 S Madison Street Florida 3,
Appleton, Wisconsin 54915
Phone: (920) 730 4413

Thomas Gallagher, MD
the women's center,
2845 Greenbrier Road,
4. Stock, Green Bay, WI 54311
Phone: (920) 288 8400

Jenny Hackforth-Jones MD
4410 Regente Street, Madison,
Phone: (608) 233 9746

Thomas Halloin, MD
Aurora Baycare Medical Center
2845 Greenbrier Road Nr. 120,
Green Bay, WI 54311
Phone: (920) 288 8000

Gloria M. Halverson MD
9200 W Wisconsin Avenue,
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53226
Phone: (414) 259-3000

DR Grace Janik
reproductive endocrinologist,
Center for Reproductive Specialties,
2350 N Lago Dr #504,
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53211
Phone: (414) 289 9668

Leonard Fagan, MD
10222 Calle 74,
Suite 200,
Kenosha, WI 53142
Phone: (262) 697 9200

Chris Longbella, MD
3213 Stein Boulevard, Eau Claire, WI 54701
Phone: (715) 836 9242

Michael Majewski, MD
Klinik Burlington,
248 McHenry Street,
Burlington, Wisconsin 53105
Phone: (262) 7678000

A. David Penney, MD
Froedtert and the Medical College of WI: OB/GYN LifeTime,
1905 N Calhoun Road,
Brookfield, Wisconsin 53005
Phone: (262) 754 8000
Comment: "Recommended by Dr. Kwak."

Tod Porenski, MD
2300 N Mayfair Road,
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53226
Phone: (414) 778 0070

Sherry L. Prowatzke, MD
20611 Watertown Road Nr. E,
Waukesha, Wisconsin 53186
Phone: (262) 798 1910

Hassan Shahbender, MD
wisconsin women's grooming,
600 N Westhaven Dr,
Oshkosh, WI 54904
Phone: (920) 729 7105

Maria Stoffel, MD
5801 Parque de Investigación Boulevard,
Madison, Wisconsin 53719
Phone: (608) 729 6300

Michael West, MD
1818 N. Meade St # 330,
Appleton, Wisconsin 54911
Phone: (920) 749 4000

Dennis R. Hartung, MD
western wisconsin health,
403 Stageline Road,
Hudson, Wisconsin 54016
Phone: (715) 531 6800

2. International Doctors


Demian Glujovski, M.D
Argentine Fertility,
Viamonte 1432,
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Comments: "Works with other fertility centers in the US and Canada."

IVI Buenos Aires
Av. del Libertador 5.962,
C1428ARP Autonomous City of Buenos Aires


Atef Saba, MD
fertility and pregnancy specialist,
31 Arnisdale Road, Duncraig,
WA 6023, Australia

From the website

: "If the immune system is the cause of the miscarriage, the probability of a successful pregnancy of the mother after 3 miscarriages without treatment such as Intralipid or/and IVIG is 30%, after 4 miscarriages 25% and after 5 miscarriages only 5%. With proper treatment, the overall success rate is 80%. We are a clinic specializing in treating women with recurrent miscarriages, recurrent implantation failures and immune-related infertility. We offer treatment adapted to the individual case of the woman with intralipids, intravenous immunoglobulin (IVIG) and advanced operations of hysteroscopy and laparoscopy.”

Lyn Burmeister MD
Level 8, Package 8.1,
89 Bridge Street,
Richmond 3121, Victoria

patient like:

“She will test for NK cells and prescribe prednisone if necessary. You don't have to do IVF to see it. He also said that due to my history of recurrent miscarriages I would use prednisone, although my immunoassays were low, nothing out of the ordinary. She takes all the precautions and covers all the bases. He also gave me prescriptions for Clexane and progesterone. So if you are in Melbourne and looking for someone who is very open minded, very thorough, never scornful etc. I would highly recommend Lyn. I've heard from other patients of her on other forums that she has a very high pregnancy success rate."

Gamal Matthias, MD
reproductive immunologist,
Reproduktionsimmunologie Sydney
obstetrics and gynecology,
83 Gallipoli Street, Bankstown NSW 2200
Phone: (02) 9791 6057

patient like:

"Dr. Matthias has with Dr. trained beer. It is not tied to IVF, meaning you can focus on immune issues to help you conceive naturally and avoid further losses and costs from failed IVF cycles. She is also an obstetrician, so she can monitor her during pregnancy. He performs a thorough endometrial biopsy and sends blood samples to Chicago. It offers IVIG, Intralipids and LIT.”

Gavin Sacks MD
Suite 1601, Torre Westfield 2,
Calle Grafton 101,
bondi cross,
New South Wales 2022
Level 3, St. George Private Hospital,
stand on 1,

From the website:

"He works with Dr. Braverman in New York together. “Under carefully controlled conditions, samples are quickly shipped overseas to a specialized laboratory in Boston, USA (Reprosource). The samples are analyzed and the results are presented to the reproductive immunology team of Dr.

Professor Kelton Tremellen,
Repromed fertility specialists,
180 Fullarton Road Dulwich,
Australia Meridional 5065

Centers also in:

Mawson Lakes, Darwin und Clovelly Park


"Dr. Tremellen received his PhD in reproductive immunology from the University of Adelaide in 1999. His studies focused on why some women's immune systems "reject" their baby, leading to miscarriage and IVF failure. Therefore, Dr. Tremellen has a strong clinical interest in the research and management of recurrent miscarriage and IVF failure."


Paul Armstrong, MD
Caspian International Hospital and XMSK,
Baku, Azerbaijan
Phone: ++994 (0) 5198 04485


“Previously at Portland Hospital in London. He is a strong proponent of immunological testing and related treatments. He has particular expertise in the field of recurrent miscarriage."


Barbados Fertility Center,
season house,
Christian church,


“The Barbados Fertility Center has been treating women for many years and is one of the leading companiesreproductive immunologypractice in the field of IVF.”


Center for Reproductive Medicine (CRG),
University of Brussels
Laarbeeklaan 101 - B-1090
Brussels Belgium

(Video) Finding a Collaborative Physician


Ricardo Barini M.D.
Gynecology and Obstetrics Reproductive Immunology Fetal Medicine,
R. Anthony Lapa, 280 - Kambui,
Campinas - SP, 13025-240, Brasilien
Comment: "Dr. Barini trained with Dr. beer".

IVI-Clinic Salvador,
Avenida Paulo VI, 868,
41810-001 Salvador de Bahia

You have

DR. Essam Michael,
astra fertility group,
main street N. 300,
Brampton, Ontario,
L6V 1P6
(6 Ontario locations)


: “One of the most overlooked diagnoses for recurrent implantation failure and recurrent miscarriages in the early stages is an underlying dysfunction of the female immune system. Although this concept of hyperactive NK cells is widely accepted by most clinicians, the method used to diagnose and treat these disorders is controversial. As a result, research and treatments at this point must be considered experimental. These controversial empiric therapies include intralipids or IVIG infusions, immune modifiers such as Humira, and related drugs. To try to identify the cause of repeated pregnancy losses, genetic testing is done on both couples, sperm testing, clotting assessment, and immune disorders.

Stephen Hudson, MD
victoria fertility center,
#207 - 4400 Calle Chatterton,
british columbia victoria,
Canada V8X 5J2


"Provides a full range of immunological tests and the latest treatments (including IVIG and Intralipids) for unexplained infertility and IVF failure and pregnancy loss."

Dr. Carl Laskin,
Specialist in reproductive immunology,
fertility trio,
Bahia street 655,
Toronto, Ontario
(6 Ontario locations)


"Dr. Carl Laskin is an internationally recognized expert in the specialty of reproductive immunology and autoimmune diseases of pregnancy. He is well known for his clinical and research activities in the field of fertility medicine and recurrent pregnancy termination." .

dr A.S. Descargar MP3 Seang Lin Tan Free
original fertility clinic,
2110 Bowl. Decarie, Montreal, QC,
H4A3J3 Kanada
Patient Comment: “Dr. Tan is immune experienced and a great admirer of the work of Dr. Beer."

Dr. Michael R. Virro,
The Markham Fertility Center,
Health Center Markham-Stuffville,
377 Kirchenstraße, Ste. 305,
Markham, Ontario, Canada
Website: “Over the years, Dr. Virro on identifying issues in couples with multiple IVF failures, particularly the identification and repair of uterine septa and the immunology of pregnancy, implantation and recurrent pregnancy loss. MFC's immunology treatment regimens now include intravenous immunoglobulin (IVIG), intralipid (IL), and leukocyte immunization therapy."

Fay Weisberg, MD
4025 Yonge Street, Suite 215, North York,
EN M2P 2E3, Canada

Jacques Kadoch, MD
University of Montreal
Montreal Kanada


Clinic IVI Santiago de Chile,
5153 Alonso de Cordova Avenue, Lokal 103
the counts,
Santiago de Chile


Laboratory for Reproductive Immunology,
Institute of Obstetrics and Gynecology,
Shanghai Medical College,
Fudan University, China

Reproductive Partners Medical Group,
Peking, China
Room 1507, Nanyin Building, No. 2 Dongsanhuan North Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing

Die Ärzte Yan Zhang, Min Hu, Liu Liu,
Gynecology and Obstetrics Clinic,
Wuhan University Renmin Hospital,
Wuhan, China

Dra. Xiao-Ling Cheng,
Institute for Biological Medicine,
Wuhan University of Science and Technology,
Wuhan, Hubei, China

Dra. Jing Cai,
Gynecology and Obstetrics Clinic,
Wuhan Medical and Health Care Center for Women and Children
(Wuhan Children's Hospital Wuhan Women's and Children's Care Hospital),

Dr. Tao Wang,
medical school,
Wuhan University of Science and Technology,
Wuhan, Hubei, China

Hospital Renji,
145 Shandong Central Road,
Huangpu Qu,
China, 200000
Phone: +86 21 5388 2125

reproductive immunologist,
entertainment building address 16B,
30 Queen´s Road Central,
Phone: 852 2849 4459

DR. Chan Tai Kwong,
Medical Center 813,
16/F, central building,
Calle Pedder 1-3, Centro,
Phone: 2813 8823

Dra. Sally Ferguson,
Pacific house on the 9th floor,
20 Des Voeux Road Central,
Centre, Hong Kong
Patient comment: “interested” in immunological treatment.

DR. Mom lai wo
Room 101, Kamminghaus,
49-51 Calle de la Reina C,
Centre, Hong Kong
Phone: 2522 3183
Patient Comment: "Administer IVIG"

Dr. Anthony Lee
Union Hospital
Calle Fu Kin 18, Tai Wai,
Shatin, N.T.
Patient comment: "Administer IVIG."

Doctor Robert Stevenson
13/F Edificio Hing Wai,
36 Queens Road, Centro,

Patient comment: "Interested" in immunological treatment.


University Children's Hospital,
Lorencita Villegas de Santos,
Allee 68 Carrera 40,
Bogota Colombian

Dr. Elkin Lucena
102 Street No. 15-15,
Separate Air 56769,
Santafe de Bogota, Kolumbien
Phone: 011-571-6101569

Jeanette Cubillos MD, Director,
Associates in human reproduction
Calle 134, No. 13-83, Floor 7, El Bosque Building
Bogota, DC, Colombia
Comment: "Student/colleague of Dr. Beer."


K. M. Trokoudes MD
Pedieos IVF Center,
8 Karaoli and corner of Byron Avenue,
Building "ANEMOMILOS".
Suite 201, Nicosia, 1095

Doctor's comment:

“We offer the LIT treatment. Three weeks after the last LIT we do the LAD test to verify the effect.”

Czech Republic

Genetik Pilsen, s.r.o. Limited.,
Parkova 1254/11a,
Pilsen, Cernice
Czech Republic

From the website:

"The scholarship in obstetrics and gynecology with immunology fully respects the complex neuroendocrine-immunological relationships between couples with fertility problems and offers more opportunities for a comprehensive consideration of the diagnosis and especially the adaptation and method of the existing therapy."


Ole B. Christiansen,
Fertility Clinic 4071,
Blegdamsvej 9,
DK-2100 Copenhagen, Denmark

Also in:

Clinic for Recurrent Pregnancy Losses and Reproductive Immunology
c/o Women's Clinic by Elisabeth Carlsen
Jægersborg All 19, 3er piso
DK-2920 Charlottenlund · Denmark

patient like:

"He's a specialist in miscarriage and also immune issues, but he's not as advanced as Dr. beer He mainly prescribes IVIg, LIT and prednisolone.”


Royal Medical Center,
Jumeirah 1, Al Wasl Road, Villa 198-A
Dubai, United Arab Emirates


: “For miscarriage and infertility prevention services, the Royal Medical Center represents Braverman IVF & Reproductive Immunology. They treat from the simplest to the most complex infertility cases.”

bourn hall fertility clinic
Al Hudaiba Awards building
Block C, Floor 7
E-MAILS. Box 113931
Dubai, United Arab Emirates

From the website:

“At Bourn Hall Fertility Clinic we do reproductive immunology. If an abnormality in the immune system is identified, treatment may take the form of steroid tablets or intravenous infusions of Intralipid, a soy-based mixture of fat and protein. In appropriate cases, this can increase the chance of a successful pregnancy.”


Hosam Zaki, MD
ganin fertility center,
Salam Maadi Tower nearby As Salam Hospital,
Maadi Nil Cornish El Kairo Egypt

From the website:

“When it comes to pregnancy; The immune system believes that an embryo is a foreign body. The immune system attacks the embryo or the systems that support it, causing implantation failure or miscarriage.”

patient like

: “Provides testing for immunological problems and immunotherapy. They also have a center in Illinois.”


Dra. Natalie Ledee,
hospital pierre rouquès les bluets,
Rue Lasson 4, 75571 PARIS CEDEX 12,
Similar. 0153364100


Prof.. Dr. Med U. Ullmann,
Doctor of Medical Microbiology and Virology,
at the University Hospital Kiel,
Braunschweiger Strasse 4,
24105 How
Patient comment: "Dr. Ullmann comes to Munich once a month to do LIT at the Children's Wish Center Munich-Pasing."

Dra. C.Kling,
reproductive immunologist,
Labor Fenner, Hamburg,

Comment: "

He has written research papers in reproductive medicine. Outcome after recurrent IVF failure/miscarriage, efficacy/side effects of lymphocyte immunotherapy”.


“I will perform LIT according to the following protocol (his words)
Come to us in the morning (ideally between 8:00 and 9:00 a.m.) as we have the syringe in our laboratory at certain times. The first step would be to draw blood (70ml) from your partner. The treatment is usually finished by 12:00 p.m. The therapy costs are 230.58 euros + 68.05 euros if anti-D prophylaxis is indicated. Side effects are primarily local redness and itching for around 2-3 weeks. The risks are those of infectious diseases (as in transfusion medicine) so your partner should be tested accordingly. HLA antibodies are formed, antibodies against other blood cells could possibly be formed. But in our 20 years of experience we have not had any negative reports about it.”

dr with Sylke Rechel-Fentz,
reproductive immunologist,
Remlingstraße 4,
D-67480 Edenkoben


“Our goal is to sensitize doctors and patients to reproductive immunological problems. We can also advise you during successful fertility treatment or during pregnancy. In addition to "routine laboratory diagnostics", we also offer special examinations, such as B. DNA fragmentation in sperm, investigation of the activity of immunologically important cell populations or determination of KIR and epitope types.”

Wolfgang Cube, MD
Additional training: reproductive medicine,
Fertility Center Munich Medical care center
MVZ (medical supply center)
Doctors of this MVZ (13)
Lortzingstr. 26, 81241 Munich


"Prof. Cube is the author of numerous nationally and internationally published articles and review articles and editor of specialist articles in the field of reproductive medicine with a focus on reproductive immunology and reproductive genetics. Watch his video:

Medical comment:

"It is time that the extensive findings of reproductive immunology were also accepted and given broader consideration in reproductive medicine and obstetrics."

Doctor Ingo Pfeiffer
Colonia Landstrasse 205,
40591 Dusseldorf, Germany
Phone: +49 211 222444

Patient Comments:

"He prescribed Intralipids and also did the transfusion."


Keti Gotsiridze, MD
Chachava Clinic Reproductive Health Center,
Calle Kostava. 38,
Tbilisi, Georgia


Dr. Emanuel Economou,
ovum IVF,
383 L. Andrea Sygrou,
Athens, 17464 Greece

IVF serum
Center for Reproductive Immunology,
Clove 8,
Athens Greece,

From the website:

“Studies continue to show that the complex communication between the implanting embryo and the mother's immune system is essential for a successful pregnancy. Problems that cause miscarriages or repeated chemical pregnancies can also lead to recurrent implantation failure if they occur early in pregnancy. In these cases we do a thorough screening for uterine, sperm, infection and where possible genetic issues, but we will also try to find and address any immune or blood clotting issues."

patient like

: "Before the Greek financial crisis, you had to wait a long time for the professor, but since the end of government funding, appointments are apparently available very quickly. From what I understand you use a lab in Athens for testing so you don't have to send blood samples to Chicago so results are available quickly and it's about half the price of the Chicago versions for testing including NK test. Immune phenotype and cytokines. The arrangement is that Serum will help you see the immunologist who will recommend the tests you need and advise you on the results (you should pay the immunologist directly and Serum will not receive a fee for arranging an appointment for you).”

Dr. Dimitris Papanikolaou
Lifeclinic (IVF-Clinic)
Hippokratesstraße 166,
Athens, TK 114 71


“Life Clinic is run by Dr. Dimitris Papanikolaou, a fertility specialist who until recently practiced reproductive medicine in two of the most successful fertility clinics in London, UK. He is particularly interested in immunological disorders at conception and recurrent miscarriages in early pregnancy.”

patient like:

“I called this new clinic in Athens, whose medical director is a former ARGC doctor. He said he will run monitored cycles on the same pattern as the ARGC at an obviously cheaper price.”

Dr. Nikos Prapas,
Dr. Yannis Prapas,
Lakentro Fertility Center,
4 Ag. San Vasiliou
Zip code: 54 250,

From the website:

“Associated with Braverman IVF and reproductive immunology. dr Prapas and Dr. Prapas coordinate and perform all procedures in their state-of-the-art facility, while the BRI team handles the diagnosis and treatment of immune-related pregnancy complications. Patients across Europe have easy access to blood draws and can order medicines through their community of doctors across Europe."

In the event that

fertility institutes
Phone: 1-818-728-4600


“Through our partnership with a leading immunology laboratory, we offer comprehensive tissue type compatibility testing for partners. Working closely with the nation's leading immunology experts, we offer comprehensive laboratory testing, including preparation and administration of paternal leukocyte immunization, aspirin/heparin/prednisone protocols, and a variety of state-of-the-art methods to improve outcome with advanced fertility. procedures as well as to prevent miscarriage.

DR. Nirmala Agrawal,
juhi fertility center,
10-5-17, Masab tank,

patient like:

"Test for immunological issues and do LIT."

Moolchand Fertility and IVF,
moolchand fertility,
Lajpat Nagar III (near Moolchand metro station),
New Delhi, Delhi 110024, India

patient like

: "They perform LIT"
From the website: “Our reproductive immunology program helps couples worldwide with recurrent IVF/ICSI failures and recurrent miscarriages. We perform tests for antiphospholipid antibodies (APA), anticardiolipin antibodies (ACA), natural killer cells, antiovarian antibodies (AOA), antisperm antibodies (ASA), lupus anticoagulant (LAC), antinuclear antibodies (ANA) detection, antimicrosomal antibodies, detection by leukocyte antibodies (LAD), HLA DQ ALPHA and BETA
Embryo Toxic Factor (ETF), Sperm Penetration Assay (SPA), Akrosomreaktion (MCP, CD46), Chromosomenanalyse, CD 3, CD 19, CD 16, CD 56 und
TNF Alfa.“

DR. Reita Ghosh,
reproductive immunologist,
Double Helix, Lot #6,
royal Vardhman Square,
Stadt Gujranwala, Delhi 110009
From the website: "Double Helix is ​​a knowledge-based laboratory where its scientific team is kept abreast of new advances in reproductive immunology and can quickly reproduce the study that converts scientific discoveries into meaningful applications."

dr Mohan Raut,
DR. Mugdha Raut,
Specialists in recurrent spontaneous abortions,
Women's Clinic Dr. rough,
Apartment Karltopon,
Kalina village street,
Vakola, Santa Cruz Oriente,
Bombay, Maharashtra 400055, India

From the website:

“Immune responses during pregnancy can play a very important role in causing recurrent miscarriage (RSA). Active immunotherapy (injecting the male's lymphocytes) can help prevent RSA. Active immunotherapy may be useful in reducing miscarriage rates with ART."


Dr. Ichramsjah A. Rahman,
Indonesian University, Indonesian University,
UI Campus Depok 16424, Indonesia

patient like:

"Prof. Ichramsjah Rahman supports similar ideas about the link between the immune system and miscarriage as those of Dr. beer Like the protocols in this book, I did monthly IVIG therapy etc.”


Dr. Howard Carpa,
reproductive immunologist,
Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology,
Tel Aviv University


"Dr. Carp is a leading researcher in the field of reproductive immunology and has authored many articles on the subject and edited the book Recurrent Pregnancy Loss: Causes, Controversies, and Treatment in 2014.


Dr. Augusto Enrico Semprini,
Estudio Semprini,
Via Carlo Crivelli, 20,
20122 Milan, Italy
Patient Comment: “Trained by Dr. Beer and speaks good English. dr Semprini used to perform LIT and believes in LIT, but European restrictions made it end its LIT service in 2007.”

IV Italy,
floor 1 interior 2,
Largo Ildebrando Pizzetti, 1
00197 Roma


Koji Aoki, MD
reproductive immunologist,
Johsai Hospital of Nagoya City,
4-1 Kitahata-cho, Nakamura-j/ku
Nagoya 453-0815 Japan

toranomon hospital,
Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology,
2-2-2 Toranonmon, Minato-ku,
Tokyo 105-8470, Japan

patient like:

Ask for doctors who specialize in recurrent m/c. They do LIT with a different protocol than Dr. Beer: 4 injections every 2 weeks.”

Tokyo University Hospital,
obstetrics and gynecology,
7-3-1 Hongo, Bunkyo-ku,
Tokyo 113-8655, Japan
From the website: “Patients with immunological problems and patients with thrombotic tendencies may benefit from treatment with IVIg, prednisolone, aspirin and heparin. Favorable results have been obtained in patients with repeated pregnancy loss or implantation failures."

Jikei University Hospital,
Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology,
19-3-18 Nishi-Shinbashi, Minato-ku,
Tokyo 105-8471, Japan

From the website:

"We perform anticoagulant therapy with aspirin-heparin and male lymphocytes, depending on the patient's condition, for recurrent miscarriage and stillbirth, and the success rate is about 80%."

Niigata University College of Medicine,
Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology,
1-757, Asahimachi-dori,
Niigata, 951-8510, Japan


The fertility institutes,
Guadalajara Mexico,
Calzada Lazaro Cardenas 4149,
Pour Stock, Nino Obrero Av. Corner,
Garden of San Ignacio, CP 45040,
Zapopan, Jalisco, Mexico

From the website:

“Through our partnership with a leading immunology laboratory, we offer comprehensive tissue type compatibility testing for partners. Working closely with the nation's leading immunology experts, we offer comprehensive laboratory testing, including preparation and administration of paternal leukocyte immunization, aspirin/heparin/prednisone protocols, and a variety of state-of-the-art methods to improve outcome with advanced fertility. procedures as well as to prevent miscarriage.

Dr. Garza Morales.
Life Institute,
wallflower 51, garden,
87330 Matamoros,
Tamps., Mexico
Patient Comment: “They perform LIT and have been using it since 1997. They also use blood tests from Dr. Beer of Franklin University.” Her approach is exactly what Dr. Beer suggested it. I even gave him the amount of lymphocytes needed for a double dose and he agreed that this was already his ongoing process. A large percentage of his practice are IVF patients from the United States.”

Dr. Yolanda Castellanos,
Of. San Martin No. 850,
Nogales, Sonora, Mexico 84000
Phone: 011 52 631 313 5822

doctor German Quiroga
Allee Lopez Mateos No. 172,
2do Piso, Ste. 2
Nogales, Sonora, Mexico 84000
Phone: 011-52-631-312-8389
Patient Comments: Dr. Quiroga performs paternal/donor LIT. Trained by Dr. Beers in Chicago. jossie is dr Quiroga's secretary who does all the programming. Josie speaks English. She is the best contact person.”…
"At Dr. Quiroga you are in good hands... I trust him completely! He is one of the few doctors in this field who I believe truly cares about his patients. I would trust him to do whatever it takes and take very good care of you."
During the week you will also receive the LIT from Dr. Quiroga in Ciudad Obregón, which is six hours south of Nogales:
Veracruz Nr. 477 NTE
Phone/Fax (644) 413-3162
Die: (644) 448-5301
CP.85010, CD, Obregon, Sohn.

Dr. Rafael Sanchez,
fertility doctor,
Morelia-Straße 405,
Celaya, GTO 38050, Mexico

IVI Anzures,
11590 Colonia Nueva Anzures,
Miguel Hidalgo-Delegation,
Mexiko df.


Calle 50 and 57 Obarrio (for Seguros ASSA)
City of Panama


Dr Fabrizio Vizcarra,
Institute of Gynecology and Reproduction,
Of. Manuel Olguin 1045,
urban the derby,
Monterrico, Groove,
Lima, Peru


Eduardo Lim, M.D.
Center for Reproductive Immunology,
Adresse Medical Plaza Amorsolo 1814 Esq. Calle Dela Rosa,
Makati City (in Manila)
Filipinas 1229
Phone: 632 752 5254

patient like:

"Dr. Eduardo Lim has with Dr. Beer trains and follows his practices closely. The results of Eduardo Lim's clinic regarding LIT are very good, so the flight and the effort are worth it. He does both LIT and IVIG.”

Caesar Joseph C. Gloria M.D.
Center for Advanced Reproductive Medicine and Infertility (CARMI),
Ground Floor, Medical Arts Building,
St. Louis Luke's-Global City Medical Center,
Calle 32 Bonifacio Global City,
Taguig City, Greater Manila 1112 Philippines

From the website:

“Our REI specialists are supported by experts in related fields who provide the necessary services on request. Cesar Joseph C. Gloria completed his residency in internal medicine at the State University of New York and continued his fellowship in allergy and immunology at the same institution. He is certified by the Philippine Board of Internal Medicine Specialties, the Philippine Society of Allergy/Immunology, the American Board of Internal Medicine, and the American Board of Allergy and Immunology."


H 1-9, Avenida Infante Dom Henrique 333,
1800-282 Lisbon, Portugal

Also in:

Urbanización Casal de Gambelas,
8005-226 Faro


Center for Immunology and Reproduction,
Kashirskoye carretera 34a,
Moscow, Russia

saudi arabian

Dra. Elsamawal El-Hakim,
Mouwasat Care Fertility,
Mouwasat Dammam Hospital


: "Dr. Elsamawal El Hakim specializes in male infertility, reproductive immunology and recurrent implantation failure. He previously worked as a consultant in reproductive medicine at ARGC UK.”


Profesor PC Wong,
Head of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology,
Yong Lo Lin School of Medicine
National University of Singapore,
1E Kent Ridge Road Singapur,
Singapore 119228

Also in:

national university hospital,
Emerald Clinic (Level 4),
ala Kent Ridge,
5 Bajo Kent Ridge Road,
Singapore 119074


"Professor Wong is extremely receptive and incredibly helpful and willing to consult with reproductive immunologists in the United States."

dr Eugene Lim,
Rheumazentrum Elim
#05-25, 38 Irrawaddy Road,
Singapore 329563

patient like:

“Eugene Lim is a class. He is an open-minded and very experienced rheumatologist as well as an extremely nice guy. He liked working with the protocol of Dr. Beer works and often replies to my emails throughout the day, how weird is that?! His clinic carries Enbrel and Humira as well as IVIG infusions.”

DR. Sheila Vasoo,
Reproductive immunologist and specialist in recurrent miscarriages,
Mount Elizabeth Novena Specialist Center,
38 Irrawaddy Rd, Singapore 329563


GYN-FIV a.s.
Calle Zahradnicka Nr. 42
821 08 Preßburg

From the website

: “Our center started active cooperation in the field of reproductive immunology with MUDr. dr Katarína Bergendiová from the center "ImunoVital" in Bratislava and with MUDr. Dzurillová from Medicentre Dzurilla in Nitra.”

South Africa

159 Rivonia Road, Morning Side,
Johannesburg, South Africa

medfem fertility clinic,
Kindergarten Peter Place and Lane,
Bryanston, Sandton,
2060, South Africa

Dr. Klaus Wiswedel,
HART Fertility Clinic Cape Town,
christiaan barnard hospital memorial,
Cape Town, South Africa


Instituto Bernabeu Benidorm S.L.
Department of Reproductive Immunology,
Via Emilio Ortuño, 21, 03501,
Benidorm, Spain

Centers also in:

Madrid, Cartagena, Albacete, Elche and Alicante


: “96% of our patients achieve pregnancy in three treatment cycles. Europe's first pregnancy guarantee with 100% refund for unsuccessful results."

diana alexander, MD
reproductive immunologist,
IVI-RMA Global,
Avenida del Talgo, 68
28023 Madrid
Zentren also in Coruna, Malaga, San Sebastian, Pontevedra, Barcelona, ​​Majorca, Albacete, Bilbao, Santander, Saragossa, Alicante, Valencia, Teneriffa, Murcia and Valladolid

Dr. A.S. Oliver Protection,
reproductive immunologist,
Assisted Reproduction ORG,
Professor-Beltrán-Baguena-Strasse 5,
Floor 7, office 9
46009 Valencia, Spain

Medical comment:

“The medical specialty of reproductive immunology can diagnose autoimmune diseases or signs of immune regulation disorders at an early stage. And thus establish effective treatment options in order to achieve the goal of a healthy child.”


Dr. Hans-Rudolf Linder,
Spitalgasse 36, 3011 Berne,

patient like:

"I have with Dr. Rudolf Linder in Bern, who was very open and supportive of all my treatments (IVIG, Humira etc.). After a major struggle with secondary infertility and many chemical pregnancies, I ended up having 3 living children in his care.

Kohsiung Veterans General Hospital,
Nr. 386, 1 Dazhong Street,
Distrito de Zuoying, Ciudad de Kaohsiung,
Taiwan 813
Patient Comments: "Perform LIT"

Kuo So-nan Women's Hospital,
9-F, No. 21, Sec. 2, Chunghsin Road,
Sanchung City, Taipei County,
Taiwan, Republic of China
Phone: 886-2-29719511
Patient Comment: "Performs LIT"


dra Shafak and Dra. fevzi,
pato rampa yokusu,
Bebekdagi street,
Istanbul, 34337, Turkey

patient like:

“They do LIT. I believe that dr. Shafak studied in the US and therefore speaks English.”

Halit Firat Erden, MD
District of Levazim.,
Koru Sok. Centro Tough Nr: 2,
34340 Besiktas/Istanbul, Turkey
Phone: +90 533 191 11 11

Great Britain

DR. Yau Thum,
The Lister Fertility Clinic,
Chelsea Bridge Street,
London SW1W 8RH, United Kingdom

From the website:

"If you have been counseled about reproductive immunological testing and have decided to have the test done, the results will tell us if there is a potential immune factor that could interfere with implantation."

reproductive health group,
Parque Daresbury, Daresbury,
Cheshire, WA4 4GE


“It offers a complete immune study and a full range of treatments for patients with unexplained infertility and recurrent losses. Immune system testing is also done in the following cases: a history of immune disorders, a history of thyroid disease, or a previous pregnancy with placenta-related complications such as preeclampsia, preterm labor, or fetal growth restriction.”

Sims IVF Dublin,
Calle Clonskeagh,
Clonskeagh, D14 A312

From the website:“Sims IVF runs a series of tests to identify problems with the immune system. We test whether you have antibodies that can hinder the process of conception and pregnancy. We also looked at natural killer (NK) cells, NK T cells, and general maternal cytokine profiles mediated by CD4+ T cells, all of which may have been overstimulated at some point. In vitro research conducted at Sims IVF over the past 8 years shows that intralipids have the ability to suppress NK cytotoxicity beyond that of IVIG, the agent previously used.manipulated."

care for fertility,
lighthouse cut out,
Dublin 18

From the website:

"We can run special tests that can determine if you're at risk for immune problems. These tests measure natural killer cell activity. Natural killer cells are part of a normal immune system and help fight infection, but research suggests these cells can sometimes attack the early embryo or fetus and cause implantation failure or miscarriage."

Priory Fertility Center,
Priory Street, Edgbaston,
B5 7UG, United Kingdom

IVI Mittelland,
Downtown house 3rd floor,
Court Parade, Aldridge,
West Midlands,


"Fully on board with all aspects of reproductive immunology for couples where pregnancy failure escapes normal diagnostic parameters."

Glasgow Center for Reproductive Medicine,
21 fifty pitches,
cardonald commercial area,
Glasgow, G51 4FD, United Kingdom

From the website:

"We offer corticosteroids, intralipids and clexanes to select patients with immune problems underlying their infertility or recurrent miscarriages."

DRAmin Gorgy,
Academy of Fertility and Gynecology,
57a Wimpole Street,
Londres W1G 8YP,

From the website

: "The late Dr. Alan E. Beer is widely recognized as a pioneer in the field of reproductive immunology. He believed that it's not just bad luck that some women don't conceive or have repeated miscarriages. At Fertility & Gynecology Academy we have the expertise to minimize recurrent miscarriage and IVF failures by examining the immune system and providing immunotherapy tailored to your individual situation. For an in-depth look at reproductive immunology, we recommend Is Your Body Fit for Babies: Unexplained Infertility, Misborne, and IVF Failure Explained by Dr. Alan E Beer."

patient like

: “He was director at the London Fertility Center and then at the ARGC and has now set up his own clinic. I called and had a consultation (£100) with him and he agreed to prescribe all my immune meds. (e.g. steroids, IVIG, Gestone, etc.) and administer the IVIG at your clinic. It was done by both Dr. Beer (whom he worked with at ARGC) and recommended by one
the doctors of the LFC.”

More patient feedback

: “Yes, he is nice, if a bit quiet at first and it takes a while to get to know him. Cost: Well, Chicago tests cost £780 for a full panel (on top of the usual price for these tests). A consultation costs £100 and follow-up £70, standard IVF costs £2000 + medication and blood tests. Medication is expensive but there is no getting away from it, Mr Gorgy will write you a prescription and I was looking for the best price I could get. Usually there is no long waiting list. Yes, Mr. Gorgy knows about immune issues and has certainly gotten me farther than anyone. One of the best things about treating Mr. Gorgy is that I have found him to be very approachable compared to doctors in other clinics, you can talk to him on the phone (although sometimes you have to run after him!)". "Since December 2008, Dr. Gorgy apparently prescribing intralipids"

DRamanda o'leary,
Center for Reproductive Medicine Wales (CRMW),
Ely Wiesen,
fagot avenue,
Lantrisante, CF72 8XL
Patient Comment: “This clinic performs various immunological tests and treatments. They worked very hard with me to avoid miscarriage again. They offer intralipids and other types of immunotherapies.”

DRJorge Ndukwe,
West Zita Clinic,
37 Manchester Street, London,
W1U 7LJ, United Kingdom

patient like:

"Dr. Trained by Alan Beer, Ndukwe is well versed in reproductive immunology. He uses Intralipid for IVF and is open to other immunotherapies. He also works with Zita West, a specialist in acupuncture and naturopathy.


“Pregnancy is the only situation in which something completely foreign can remain in the body without being rejected. If something goes wrong with this immune mechanism, successful implantation could be hampered. For this reason, at Clínica Zita Oeste we carry out tests to ensure that the woman does not have any immunological problems that prevent successful embryo implantation.”

DR Adel Shaker,
Specialist in gynecology and medical director,
fertility care,
Kanadastraße 24-26,
Sheffield S7 1RA, United Kingdom

From the website:

“We are now running the Reproductive Immunology (RI) program. RI helps couples who have previously had repeated failed IVF/ICSI treatments or recurrent miscarriages related to abnormalities in the woman's immune system achieve a live birth."

DRHasan Shehata,
Specialist in recurrent spontaneous abortions,
New Life Clinic, 2 Die Parade,
Bitter, Surrey,
KT18 5DH

From the website:

"New scientific research that allows us to link recurrent miscarriages to abnormal maternal immune system behavior. We can carry out the diagnostic tests here in our clinic and if the results are positive we can also offer you an extremely effective, safe and inexpensive treatment that increases the chances of a positive pregnancy outcome to 80%. Treatments for infertility and recurrent miscarriage include Humira, granulocyte colony stimulating factor, prednisone, and intralipid infusion."

Dr. A.S. AS Mohammed Transport,
Center for Gynecology and Assisted Reproduction (ARGC),
Calle Upper Wimpole, 13,
London, W1G 6LP, UK

Also in:

4420 Nash Court,
South Oxford Business Park,
Oxon, OX4 2RU
From the website: “We were one of the first clinics in the UK to look into recurrent embryo implantation failure and implantation immunology. This allows us to identify and treat couples suspected of suffering from this type of infertility. (fresh IVF and ICSI cycles)”

Age groups < 35 years 35-37 years 38-39 years 40-42 years
ARGC 80,2 % 68,3 % 50,0 % 47,0 %
UK average 35.6% 31.9% 24.9% 18.5%

Reproductive Health Group
Parque Daresbury, Daresbury,
Cheshire, WA4 4GE
Also in Manchester, Preston and London
From the website: "Immune system tests are often performed in the following cases:

  • Repeated miscarriage (usually classified as 3 cases)
  • Repeated IVF failures (usually classified as 3 failed embryo transfers)
  • Unexplained difficulty in trying to achieve pregnancy
  • History of immunological diseases.
  • history of thyroid disease
  • Previous pregnancies that have had complications related to the placenta, such as B. Preeclampsia, preterm labor or fetal growth restriction.

Dr. Christopher Steer,
IMC TheBlackheath Hospital,
chelsea park hospital,
Chelsea, Kent,
BR6 7RG, United Kingdom

DR. Yau Thum,
Lister Hospital Assisted Conception Unit,
Chelsea Bridge Road,
London, SW1W 8RH, United Kingdom
Patient Comment: “Dr. Shehata and Dr. Thum have jointly published some research papers on NK cells. dr Thum is very knowledgeable about reproductive immunology and can help you overcome your fertility or miscarriage problem.”

dr trevor wings,
The practice of natural women's health,
River Lane, Richmond,
Surrey, TW10 7AG

patient like:

"I'm a patient of Trevor Wing. Did the NK, DQ Alpha attempt last week, hopefully the results will come from the Beer Center by the end of this week. He scheduled an endometrial biopsy for me back on December 1st, prior to the Beer Center's instructions. If your own doctor is willing to help you draw blood, you can pack them yourself and send them by Fedex. Many women in the UK have had their blood tested this way. CARE Nottingham Mandy mentioned they have a good reputation so there is a 12 week waiting period for a consultation, you also need a referral from your own doctor. Like Mandy said there are a couple of options, it's a personal choice. I choose Trevor Wing to do the immunological test for now because it's only a half hour drive away.


“This center has produced a very informative fact sheet on reproductive immunology and failed IVF:


Dr. Antonio Sanoja
Valencian Fertility and Sterility Center,
Urb. Der Weinberg. Carabobo Street c/c Av. Carabobo.
Valencia, Hrsg. Karabobo, Venezuela

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95/ 2006 on healthcare reform in the medical malpractice domain stipulates that medical staff can be held accountable in the following forms: disciplinary liability, administrative liability, civil liability and criminal liability.

What can a nurse practitioner not do that a doctor can? ›

They then go through additional education and training to become licensed to do more throughout the treatment process. Essentially, a nurse practitioner can do everything a doctor can do, although they are not able to perform surgical procedures.

What are the 4 elements needed to prove malpractice in nursing? ›

To do so, four legal elements must be proven: (1) a professional duty owed to the patient; (2) breach of such duty; (3) injury caused by the breach; and (4) resulting damages.

Can a NP own their own practice in Alabama? ›

Yes. The rules governing Collaborative Practice in AL do not prohibit a CRNP or CNM from owning a practice. However, CRNPs and CNMs who desire to practice are required to enter into a Collaborative Practice Agreement with a physician licensed in the state of Alabama.

Who has more authority a PA or NP? ›

The primary difference is in the level of supervision, depending on which state they practice in. Nurse practitioners can practice independently in about half of the country and have the authority to prescribe medication in those states. Physician assistants always work under the supervision of a doctor.

How many patients should a NP see in a day? ›

Generally, an NP needs to see 20 patients a day to generate enough money to make a practice profitable. However, that number depends on the fee schedule, the NP's salary and benefits, the practice's overhead expenses, and the practice's expectation of profit.

Will PA ever have autonomy? ›

The rules proposed in the fourth phase, which shift PA practice from a supervision model to a collaboration model by the end of 2023, are set to become effective on July 15, 2022.

Does PA have full practice authority? ›

Full practice authority for PAs should be based on training, clinical experience, and competency. Rather than adjusting the previously established threshold to obtain full practice authority to meet current PA standards, PAs should pursue further training and certification to earn this privilege.

Can you practice as a PA without a license? ›

Practicing as a physician assistant without a renewed license may lead to disciplinary action against your license. There is usually no renewal grace period. Licenses not renewed by the expiration date are considered "delinquent."

Who is more independent NP or PA? ›

An NP has more independence, whereas a PA works interdependently with a doctor. Sometimes there is a comparison between a nurse Practitioner vs. a doctor. In some states, a nurse practitioner can work independently without any direct physician oversight.

Why be a physician assistant and not a doctor? ›

Becoming a physician assistant allows someone to provide health care without the lengthy and strenuous education that is mandatory for a doctor. Physician assistants can examine patients, prescribe medicine, order diagnostic tests and perform a host of other duties that doctors also do, experts say.

What is something a doctor but not a PA can do? ›

Another major difference between an MD and a PA is that doctors can legally practice independently while a PA always requires supervision. Both can do the following: Diagnose and treat patients.

What are the 7 keys of collaboration? ›

Seven Keys to Creative Collaboration
  • It's voluntary. Forced collaboration isn't collaboration. ...
  • People are dependable. ...
  • There's trust and vulnerability. ...
  • The structure is loose . . . but there is a structure. ...
  • We share a vision. ...
  • The ability to goof around. ...
  • We embrace candor and conflict.
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What are some examples of collaboration? ›

Some examples of how collaboration skills look in the workplace include:
  • Communicating updates to your manager to solicit feedback.
  • Recognizing other team members for their hard work.
  • Sharing insights and helpful tips with team members to improve group processes.
Aug 1, 2022

What are the 7 norms of collaboration? ›

  • 7 Norms of Collaboration.
  • Promoting a spirit of inquiry.
  • Pausing . . .
  • Paraphrasing.
  • Probing for specificity.
  • Putting ideas on the table.
  • Paying attention to self & others.
  • Presuming positive intentions.

What are the six principles of collaboration? ›

6 principles of effective collaboration
  • Efficiency. Meetings are an essential element to collaboration but over the years, they've gotten a bad rap. ...
  • Trust. ...
  • Empathy. ...
  • Positivity. ...
  • Clarity. ...
  • Accountability.
Mar 13, 2020

What are the 4 steps of collaboration? ›

Fostering teamwork and collaboration through 4 stages of group development
  • Forming.
  • Storming.
  • Norming.
  • Performing.

What are the 3 important skills in collaboration? ›

Ok, so what are 3 important skills for teamwork and collaboration?
  • Communication. Intuitively, it makes sense that strong communication skills support a culture of collaboration at work. ...
  • Respect for diversity. ...
  • Trust.

What are the top 10 skills to improve collaboration? ›

The Top 10 Collaborative Skills
  1. Communication. ...
  2. Listening and Understanding. ...
  3. Respect Diversity. ...
  4. Empathy & Emotional Intelligence. ...
  5. Conflict Resolution. ...
  6. Open-Mindedness. ...
  7. Knowledge-Sharing and Debate. ...
  8. Being Organized and Delegating Tasks.
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What are the 5 C's of teamwork? ›

A great way to help your team come together is to strive for the five C's, which stand for communication, camaraderie, commitment, confidence and coachability. When you begin working on each of these areas, you will notice significant changes to your teammates and yourself.

Which specialities get sued the most? ›

Five things to know: 1. The four specialities sued the most were plastic surgeons and general surgeons (83 percent), followed by orthopedists (81 percent) and urologists (80 percent). 2.

What specialty has the highest malpractice insurance? ›

More than half of anesthesiologists report being named in a lawsuit at least once in their career and the specialty continues to have one of the highest malpractice premiums, according to the Medscape Anesthesiologist Malpractice Report 2021.

Who keeps doctors accountable? ›

Patients trust their doctors to act responsibly and they trust state medical boards to hold their doctor accountable if they can't maintain accepted standards of competence.

Can a nurse practitioner call themselves a Dr? ›

So, the short answer is yes – a DNP nurse may be referred to as "doctor," however, some states have legislation surrounding this. For example, Arizona and Delaware forbid nurses, pharmacists, and other professionals from using the "doctor" title, unless they immediately clarify their role.

Why become a nurse practitioner instead of a doctor? ›

Many duties can overlap, but a nurse practitioner's role differs from a doctor's in flexibility and scope. A nurse practitioner, for example, can often be available to patients who need immediate care sooner than from a doctor, allowing nurse practitioners to serve as a frontline of defense in helping patients.

How much more does a doctor make than a nurse practitioner? ›

Hourly Doctor vs.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, doctors typically earn approximately $100 per hour, on average. Nurse practitioners often make a little over $50 per hour.

Which element of malpractice is hardest to prove? ›

Many articles discuss what negligence is and how to prove it, but the least understood element among these four is causation. Additionally, out of these four elements, causation is typically the most difficult to prove, especially in medical malpractice cases.

What is a nurse's best proof against malpractice? ›

The medical record is the most important piece of evidence in a malpractice lawsuit, Wortham said, forming the basis for both allegations and defense.

What are the 4 C's of malpractice? ›

Recognizing that you are an imperfect human being who will make mistakes, you can nevertheless reduce your risk of causing harm, and of being sued successfully. Start by practicing good risk management, building on the old adage of four Cs: compassion, communication, competence and charting.

How many states can NP work independently? ›

States Where NPs Can Practice Independently. As of August 2021, 24 states and the District of Columbia have approved NP practice autonomy. Note that state regulations change frequently, and advanced practice nurses should check with state nursing boards for the most current regulations.

What is a nurse practitioner salary in Alabama? ›

The average salary of a nurse practitioner in Alabama is $49.24 an hour, which comes to $8,530 a month or $102,410 a year.

How many NPs can a physician collaborate with in Alabama? ›

How many nurse practitioners may a physician supervise? The determination is not made on the number of people. The Board limits a physician to supervise a total of 360 "full-time equivalent" (FTE) hours per week of mid-level practitioners.

Do doctors prefer NP or PA? ›

Rarely is there a single right answer for whether a nurse practitioner or physician assistant is better for your practice. Rather, you'll have to consider the tasks you want them to do, what your goal is in hiring them, and other factors, like state laws and tradition in your healthcare provider network.

Who is more educated a PA or NP? ›

NP vs PA Education Requirements & Programs

Program length is roughly the same for both a PA and an NP after earning a bachelor's degree. Both are master's level programs and can be completed in 2-3 years depending on the specific program.

Why hire an NP over a PA? ›

NPs and PAs: More Than Just Health Care Providers

“They bring a more holistic approach to treating the patient.” This holistic philosophy of care leads NPs to approach and engage with patients differently than PAs.

What is the average age of a nurse practitioner? ›

In 2021, the median base salary for full-time NPs was $113,000. The majority of full-time NPs (56.9%) see three or more patients per hour. NPs have been in practice an average of 9 years. The average age of NPs is 46 years.

Can NP see patients independently? ›

California's nursing agency this week approved rules that will allow nurse practitioners to treat patients without physician supervision. It's a move that aims to expand access to care in the Golden State at a time when workforce shortages plague just about every corner of health care.

Is being an NP stressful? ›

Nurse practitioners stress level can be very high. They deal with sick or injured patients on a regular basis and are responsible for patients' treatment plans. This is a huge responsibility for the nurse, and in some cases, a patient cannot be treated or saved creating further emotional stress.

How many nurse practitioners can a physician collaborate with in Pennsylvania? ›

Section 21.287 provided that a physician could not supervise more than four CRNPs who prescribe and dispense drugs at any one time.

Is Pennsylvania a collaborative state? ›

Pennsylvania is considered a Restricted Practice state due to the requirement for a collaborative agreement to practice and a collaborative agreement to prescribe. Besides the two collaborative agreements, PA requires two separate licenses: a CRNP License. a Prescriptive Authority License.

What can a PA do that a NP Cannot? ›

Scope of medical treatment

A physician assistant can diagnose and treat a wide array of medical concerns, prescribe medicine, and may even perform surgery. A nurse practitioner can help diagnose and treat patients with routine and complex medical conditions, sometimes working alongside physicians to do so.

Can a nurse practitioner work independently in PA? ›

FULL: NPs can prescribe, diagnose, and treat patients without physician oversight. Nurse practitioners who operate in full-practice states are also allowed to establish and operate their own independent practices in the same way physicians do.

Is a PA more advanced than a nurse practitioner? ›

Is NP higher than PA? Neither profession ranks "higher" than the other. Both occupations work in the healthcare field, but with different qualifications, educational backgrounds, and responsibilities. They also work in different specialties.

Can a DNP be called doctor in Pennsylvania? ›

One of the first questions patients may have when they see a DNP is simple: Is a DNP a doctor? And while that question is simple, the answer is not. A DNP program is undoubtedly a doctoral program.

Who makes more money PA NP? ›

Both physician assistants and nurse practitioners earn competitive salaries and benefits. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), PAs earned an annual median pay of $112,260 a year ($53.97 per hour), and NPs earned a median pay of $115,800 a year ($55.67 per hour).

Which states are the most PA friendly? ›

Here Are the Best States for Physician Assistants In 2023:
  1. Vermont. Total Physician Assistant Jobs: ...
  2. New York. Total Physician Assistant Jobs: ...
  3. Connecticut. Total Physician Assistant Jobs: ...
  4. Maine. Total Physician Assistant Jobs: ...
  5. Minnesota. Total Physician Assistant Jobs: ...
  6. Pennsylvania. ...
  7. Massachusetts. ...
  8. Alaska.
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Can you work as an RN and NP at the same time? ›

If you would cross the line and perform a nursing responsibility that was that of an NP and not an RN, not only might you face liability if the patient were injured, the employer may decide to terminate you because you exceeded the policies and procedures in place for the RN visiting nurse in the home.

How much do FNP make in Pennsylvania? ›


Is a PA more educated than a nurse practitioner? ›

Many people have primary care providers that are NPs or PAs. But what's the difference? In basic terms, a nurse practitioner is a registered nurse (RN) with advanced education and clinical training. A physician assistant is a medical professional with advanced education who is trained in the same way physicians are.

Do patients prefer NP or PA? ›

Both groups of respondents were equally likely to mention previous experience with their provider type as a reason for their preference (prefer physician = 19%; prefer NP/PA = 21%). Conclusions: Provider qualifications and previous health care experiences are cited as key reasons for preferring all provider types.

Is a nurse practitioner as good as a doctor? ›

A nurse practitioner will give the same quality of care as a general physician. Most nurse practitioners spend many years working as registered nurses. In their capacity as nurses, they take care of patients, performing tasks like administering medication and monitoring patients.


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