Top Doctors 2017: Reproductive Endocrinology

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Practicing a surgical subspecialty of obstetrics and gynecology, reproductive endocrinologists address hormonal functioning as it pertains to reproduction and infertility.

Janet L. Kennedy, M.D., infertility–in vitro fertilization, polycystic ovarian syndrome, fertility preservation; Seattle Reproductive Medicine, 12333 NE 130th Lane, Suite 220, Kirkland, 888.599.5090; EvergreenHealth; University of Maryland School of Medicine, 1978
    
Nancy A. Klein, M.D., infertility–in vitro fertilization, infertility–advanced maternal age, menstrual disorders, menopause problems; Seattle Reproductive Medicine, 1505 Westlake Ave. N, Suite 400, Seattle, 206.301.5000; Northwest Hospital & Medical Center; Vanderbilt University, 1985   
 
Kathleen Lin, M.D., MSCE, infertility–in vitro fertilization, male infertility, fertility preservation in cancer, microsurgery; Sound Fertility, 509 Olive Way, Suite 501, Seattle, 206.651.4432; University of Washington Medical Center, EvergreenHealth; Albert Einstein College of Medicine, 1999

Lorna A. Marshall, M.D., infertility–in vitro fertilization, fertility preservation in cancer, hysteroscopic surgery, uterine fibroids; Pacific NW Fertility & IVF Specialists, 1101 Madison St., Suite 1050, Seattle, 206.515.0000; Swedish Medical Center–First Hill campus; Northwestern University, 1979
     
Angela C. Thyer, M.D., infertility–in vitro fertilization, polycystic ovarian syndrome, reproductive surgery, fertility preservation; Seattle Reproductive Medicine, 3055 112th Ave. NE, Suite 201, Bellevue, 206.301.5000; Northwest Hospital & Medical Center; University of Cincinnati, 1994  

 

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