October 12, 2016

Gianna of Long Island – Center for Women’s Health & Fertility

Comprehensive, Cooperative: A Unique New Approach to Women’s Health and Wellness

The Gianna Center of Long Island for Women’s Health & Fertility offers an exciting approach to women’s health care. Our highly skilled team provides preventive and specialized fertility, infertility and other related women’s health needs, honoring their dignity and the sanctity of human life. While we are successfully able to address male infertility as well, we are uniquely qualified to care for women of all ages and at all stages of life.

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Named after St. Gianna Beretta Molla, the Center features two unique women’s health services—the Creighton Model FertilityCare™ System and  NaProTECHNOLOGY™, both of which allow us to provide women with a natural, restorative, scientifically-based approach to improving health and respecting fertility.

Our mission is simple—to acknowledge dignity and to provide women with exceptional medical care. Listening and offering genuine medical advice are our goals. Treatments are holistic and include nutritional, sleep-related, weight-related, endocrinological, behavioral, spiritual and medical components.

The program’s medical director, Paul Carpentier, MD, originally trained as a family physician and for the past 25 years has concentrated on women’s health and infertility.

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A graduate of St. Louis University School of Medicine and the University of Massachusetts Family Practice Residency, he is one of the first family physicians trained in NaProTECHNOLOGY™.

Please be advised that this practice does not provide abortions, sterilizations, contraceptives, artificial reproductive technologies or assisted suicide, nor do we refer for these services.

To read more about the Long Island Gianna Center program, click here. For restorative reproductive medicine consultations and care for women of all ages, call (631) 376-3232 or visit www.chsli.org/gianna-center-long-island

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