|By PR Newswire||
|August 15, 2014 10:00 AM EDT||
FISHKILL, N.Y., Aug. 15, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Hudson Valley Fertility, a leading infertility and reproductive health practice in the Hudson Valley of New York State, will host its Fifth Annual Celebration of Life. This event is a celebration for individuals and couples who have achieved success with fertility treatments. The guest list, in addition to the staff of Hudson Valley Fertility, will include those who have already delivered their children and those who are currently pregnant. It is anticipated that over 450 families will attend this event, which will take place at Geering Park in Fishkill from 12- 4 PM. The festivities will include a Disney theme with costumes, a barbeque brunch, clown, music, face painting, balloons, and carnival games.
"The Celebration of Life event represents a major milestone in our practice. It is a time for us to celebrate the joy of our patients who have achieved success in their dream of having a family. It is very gratifying event for our practice to have the opportunity for us to reconnect with our patients, some of whom we have known for years. It is a happy event, and with our growth over the last six years, we have happily seen this event grow as well. We look forward to the future and many more of these joyous occasions." said Dr. Levine.
"As the father of two daughters conceived through IVF, I believe that I have a unique and personal understanding of the challenging journey of infertility treatment," added Dr. Levine. "It is my mission to ensure that all of my patients achieve their dream of having a child. "
Hudson Valley Fertility in Fishkill, NY, serves patients throughout the Hudson Valley area. Dr. Levine offers a full range of male and female infertility treatments, including ovulation induction and the assisted reproductive technologies (In Vitro Fertilization), and recurrent pregnancy loss. Visit www.hudsonvalleyfertility.com.
CONTACT: Melissa Vega
SOURCE Hudson Valley Fertility
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