Empowering Fertility - Paul Bergh, MD
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Paul Bergh, MD

Paul A. Bergh, M.D., is a founding partner, Clinical Director, and Director of Third Party Reproduction at Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey. He is also co-founder of Empowering Fertility, an educational blog for patients & healthcare professionals that focuses on empowering individuals to take charge of their fertility. In addition, Dr. Bergh is Clinical Associate Professor, Division of Reproductive Endocrinology, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences, at Rutgers – Robert Wood Johnson Medical School.

Dr. Bergh has been in the field of women’s health and reproductive medicine for 30 years. He was honored to be selected by the New Jersey Chapter of RESOLVE as the first recipient of their Zenith Award. He has been named to many “Top Doc” lists, including Castle Connolly and New Jersey Monthly magazine.

Dr. Bergh is passionate about teaching. This blog is a direct result of his numerous early morning posts to his nurses about trends in medicine, reproductive health and in response to the many questions asked by his patients. His professional interests include improving infertility diagnosis and treatment particularly in the areas of diminished ovarian reserve, assessing embryonic competence, oocyte vitrification, recurrent miscarriage, Fertility Preservation, Third Party Reproduction, and the impact of the micro biome on health and fertility. Over the years, Dr. Bergh has contributed to scholarly literature on reproductive health through abstracts, journal articles, and book chapters. He has also spoken on a variety of topics including practice management, medical technologies, and patient care.

Dr. Bergh attended Rutgers College and is a graduate of Rutgers Medical School. He currently sees patients in the Basking Ridge office of RMANJ and at RMAPA at Lehigh Valley.

 

 

 

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