CCRM Fertility released that the company has appointed Lauren Sundheimer, M.D., M.S., FACOG to the Orange County. The newly appointed physician, Lauren Sundheimer, M.D., M.S., FACOG, has closely worked with the founding partner Mark Kan, M.D., in delivering industry leading healthcare system throughout the Southern California.
He earned her graduate and undergraduate degrees from the University of Southern California, San Diego. She completed her residency in gynecology and obstetrics at UCLA Medical Center and she completed her reproductive infertility and endocrinology at the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center Program and UCLA.
She has performed her research in the domain of reproductive health. Recently, she was involved in studying the outcome differences among pregnancies requiring fertility treatment and evaluating preimplantation genetic screening technology.
She is of the view that it is important to treat every patient from a holistic perspective in treating reproductive endocrine issues, while balancing other key issues to provide a comprehensive approach to fertility.
Lauren Sundheimer said, “I am thrilled for the opportunity to work alongside the talented team at CCRM Orange County. CCRM approaches patients individually and thoughtfully to treat fertility and reproductive endocrine issues, like PCOS and other abnormal hormone-regulation concerns.”
“While balancing other medical factors and stressors, we can provide a scientific and compassionate approach to fertility treatments, fertility preservation and reproductive endocrinology,” Lauren Sandheimer concluded.
Founding Partner of CCRM, Mark Kan, M.D., said, “We are excited to welcome Dr. Sundheimer to the CCRM Fertility network and know her patient-centric approach aligns closely with our values. She will only continue to help more patients achieve their dreams of having a family.”
“With the addition of Dr. Sundheimer and telehealth appointments to CCRM Orange County, we’re continuing to expand access to world-class fertility care to Southern Californians,” Mark Kan further added in the statement.