"The AAAASF accreditation is an additional but essential step to ensure patient safety in an ambulatory setting, as convenience should not trump patient safety."
Chelsea Fertility of New York City was recently awarded accreditation by the American Association for Accreditation of Ambulatory Surgery Facilities (AAASF), an organization that develops standards to improve medical care, surgical care, patient safety, and patient outcomes. Since 1980, AAASF has been known as the “Gold Standard” for quality patient care by using standards developed by physicians, for physicians. An accreditation from the AAASF places Chelsea Fertility NYC among the top IVF laboratories in the country, making it one of only 2,000 outpatient facilities with this prestigious designation in the United States.
Chelsea Fertility NYC offers its patients a boutique fertility experience, and a comprehensive fertility treatment program that meets all AAASF safety and physician experience requirements. All tests and procedures are completed in our office using a personalized approach, with no need for patients to travel to another facility as is often the case with other NYC fertility clinics.
Our fertility care options include:
For over twenty-five years the physicians of Chelsea Fertility NYC have helped build families using state-of-the-art technology in a safe laboratory environment. Only in the past year has a new law taken effect requiring that New York medical facilities be inspected and accredited by independent agencies for outpatient procedures like IVF. The law was “born” out of serious concerns regarding office safety and the experience of those responsible for these onsite procedures. Dr. Paul Gindoff of Chelsea Fertility NYC notes that patient safety is always a top priority at the practice, “The AAAASF accreditation is an additional but essential step to ensure patient safety in an ambulatory setting, as convenience should not trump patient safety. In our boutique facility we have optimized these aspects to render the best patient care and clinical outcomes. Patients that are more confident and relaxed are more successful, especially during fertility treatment where mitigating against stress does have a direct and positive impact.”
All AAASF facilities are regularly inspected and are required to meet 100% of AAASF regulations.
This means that physicians who perform office-based surgeries must have hospital privileges, their facilities must be peer reviewed, and all surgical environments and equipment must meet specific quality and safety standards. In addition to meeting the above requirements, Chelsea Fertility of New York City is also proud to have two physicians – Dr. Beth Hartog and Dr. Paul Gindoff – who hold medical faculty positions at Mount Sinai Beth Israel Medical Center in New York City.
For more than 50 years collectively, the physicians of Chelsea Fertility NYC have served people from all walks of life who dream of becoming parents. The practice was built with the understanding that every couple and every individual is unique, and the road to parenthood requires guidance and support. In this spirit, the fertility center offers an inclusive environment for individuals, families and partners to discuss their needs privately with a doctor and to obtain the fertility care they deserve.
Chelsea Fertility NYC offers a wide range of choices in assisted reproduction, from simple to complex, with specialized treatments available for all patients regardless of marital status or sexual orientation. The physicians perform all diagnostic testing themselves and counsel couples individually in a private, discrete, comfortable setting; listening closely and incorporating the patients in all decisions for a customized treatment plan that best suits their needs.
For more information about Chelsea Fertility NYC or to schedule your appointment, please visit https://www.chelseafertilitynyc.com/ or call 212-685-2229.
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