Wednesday, 10 April 2013

Midwest Fertility Center’s director Dr. Amos E. Madanes: A Leader in his Field

One does not have to look very hard to see the high level of success that has been reached by Midwest Fertility Center’s director Dr. Amos Madanes. Since 1984, with the founding of the Midwest Fertility Center in Illinois, he has proven himself to be a leader and innovator in his field, pioneering much of what is now common in reproductive endocrinology. He has accomplished all of this with a genuine passion to help families. 

His preparation for entering the profession was thorough and taken very seriously. He graduated from Tel Aviv University with a Doctor of Medicine degree before completing an additional program at Tufts University. He completed an additional two years at Harvard University before founding Midwest Fertility Center in Chicago. After just four years at Midwest Fertility Center he became the first in America to successfully impregnate a patient through a non-surgical intra-tubal insemination. 

This brought him attention and ultimately led to him gaining the reputation of leader and innovator in reproductive endocrinology. His accomplishments have led many to Midwest Fertility Center, where he directs a dynamic group of skilled experts, all with a united passion for family. His professionalism and motivation to eradicate the problems facing those that come to Midwest Fertility Center are noted by all who walk through the doors. The hundreds of patients he has treated at Midwest Fertility Center walk away impressed by such a passionate man who shares their desires to see life brought forth. His drive and passion for family spreads to the staff he oversees at Midwest Fertility Center. 

Since founding Midwest Fertility Center, he has become a member of the American Society of Reproductive Medicine, the American Medical Association, and others. He continues to see patients daily at Midwest Fertility Center, and is passionate about being a source of hope and encouragement for all who face the problem of infertility.

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