PAUL A. BERGH, MD, FACOG
Dr. Bergh came into Reproductive Endocrinology by way of Radiology, his initial area of practice. While performing imaging for infertility patients, he became fascinated by what was then an emerging field and decided to change specialties. Throughout the fifteen years since Dr. Bergh co-founded RMANJ, and for the seven years prior to that, he says his working relationship with founding partners Dr. Richard Scott and Dr. Michael Drews has thrived because of their ability to find a successful balance.
“In some practices, pride and personalities can get in the way,” he says. “Our mix works because we each bring something different to the table and we are all focused on one thing, which is the absolute best care for the patient.” Dr. Bergh says that patient may be the one they see in the office today, or someone who comes through their door months or years down the road.“We have to give something back, to find ways we can improve patient care through clinical research,” he says. “Even if it isn’t going to help immediately, it will in the future.”
Unrelenting drive is something Dr. Bergh applies to his personal life, too. An avid athlete, he often rises long before sunup to exercise, and can be found sailing, biking, water skiing, or rock climbing on his days off. Admitting he often wears his family out, he says he works hard at having a good time.
Dr. Bergh is a board certified Reproductive Endocrinologist, Obstetrician and Gynecologist, serving as Clinical Associate Professor, Division of Reproductive Endocrinology, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences, Rutgers-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. Dr. Bergh earned his medical degree from Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, performed his residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at Saint Barnabas Medical Center in Livingston, NJ, and completed his fellowship in Reproductive Endocrinology at Mount Sinai School of Medicine.
His areas of specialty include improving infertility diagnosis and treatment, particularly in the areas of diminished ovarian reserve, assessing embryonic competence, recurrent miscarriages and third party reproduction.