Helping people with relatively uncomplicated fertility cases.
The most advanced and effective of the assistive reproductive technology.
Increase your chances for conception, pregnancy and childbirth.
Balance your family and career.
Experience motherhood, turn to egg (oocyte) donation.
Examine and evaluate your DNA.
Chantae Sullivan-Pyke, MD, MTR, FACOG, has been in the field of Obstetrics and Gynecology for seven years, during which time she completed a four-year residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at the New York Presbyterian Hospital at the Columbia University Medical Center.
We're excited to have her expertise on our team to help you create the family of your dreams.
"I chose to become a fertility doctor because I enjoy caring and helping patients bring home a baby. There are many unique challenges that patients face when planning a family and I want to help patients navigate the process and achieve their reproductive goals. I am also interested in translational research that enables us to systematically ask questions raised in the clinic and to bring the answers we find back to the clinic to advance the care we can provide our patients. I am excited to be a part of this fast-growing field that puts patient care first and that has continued to advance dramatically in the past 30+ years because of ongoing research."
"Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility was particularly compelling because I have the opportunity to care for patients with a range of endocrine disorders, disorders of development of the reproductive tract, and offer procedures to help patients with infertility to have a baby. Helping patients bring home a baby is a most exciting experience."
"I have a patient-centered style. Every patient and their set of circumstances is unique and everyone deserves individualized care. I make every effort to listen keenly to my patients, to answer all questions, and to take the time to explain the reasons for the recommended treatment plan."
"I hope to give my patients the gift of a baby through a partnership that makes them feel valued and cared for along the way."
"I am lucky to be joining such a talented team of physicians and staff. I believe that my background in translational research will help advance the research mission of the practice and that my ability to work well with patients and team members of diverse backgrounds can contribute to fostering a warm and welcoming environment for all."
"I was born in the sunny island of Jamaica where I lived until completing high school. I enjoying cooking spicy Jamaican dishes including curry and jerk chicken and am always on the lookout for a good recipe."