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Long Island IVF and East Coast Fertility Announce Plans to Combine Operations.

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Two of the leading infertility practices on Long Island announce plans to combine operations of their practices.

The joining of Long Island IVF and East Coast Fertility will allow their patients to choose more locations for evaluation and treatment, improve the efficiencies of operations, and enable physicians to share new technologies to continue their excellent success rates.

According to Dr. Daniel Kenigsberg, Co-Director of Long Island IVF, "Working together, we have the opportunity to continue to grow while continuing our long standing results in both quality and patient satisfaction." "We are excited to join with Long Island IVF", stated Dr. David Kreiner, Founder and Director of East Coast Fertility. "We have a mutual philosophy of providing the highest standard of fertility care with an emphasis on safe and healthy pregnancy."

Long Island IVF was the first IVF Center on Long Island, with operations starting in 1988. In 2008, the practice opened a state of the art office equipped for IVF procedures in Melville, NY. This location will serve as the central location for all IVF procedures for both practices as of October 1, 2011. East Coast Fertility was established in 2003, and has grown to become a leading IVF Center on Long Island.

Physicians of the combined practice include Drs. Kenigsberg, Brenner, Kreiner, Pena, Zapantis, Droesch, Kuokkanen, Zinger and Styne-Gross. These physicians will continue to see patients at offices in Brooklyn, Lake Success, Plainview, Melville, Stony Brook, West Islip and East Patchogue. Initially, practices will continue to operate under their individual names.