How Can Fertility Care Heal Our Culture
a talk by Dr. Paul Carpentier
St. Mark’s Parish, Londonderry, 2016
Meet Dr. Paul Carpentier, MD, CFCMC
Medical Director, Gianna of Long Island Center for Women’s Healthy & Fertility at Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center, of Catholic Health Services.
A magna cum laude graduate of Assumption College and a 1986 graduate of St. Louis University School of Medicine with honors in medical ethics and high-risk obstetrics, Dr. Carpentier is board certified in family practice medicine. He graduated as a FertilityCare medical consultant from the Pope Paul VI Institute for the Study of Human Reproduction in Omaha, Nebraska, in 1991 and returns for updates at least biannually. Certified as a FertilityCare medical consultant by the American Academy of FertilityCare Professionals, Dr. Carpentier was also honored with the 2004 Outstanding Natural Family Planning Medical Consultant Award – the fifth doctor in the world to receive this recognition. Dr. Carpentier has sworn the Hippocratic Oath and signed the Code of Ethics of the American Academy of FertilityCare Professionals. This means that he supports the dignity of each and every person, both born and unborn. He recently served as president of that academy and is currently a director for the International Institute for Restorative Reproductive Medicine. He speaks nationally and internationally on the merits of restorative reproductive medicine. He also serves as northeast regional director for the Catholic Medical Association. He and his wife are parents of for young professional men.
FertilityCare is a window to women’s health and the first step to NaProTechnology, a new reproductive science that assists women with infertility, repeated miscarriages, PMS, Ovarian cysts, menopause, and a variety of reproductive issues, a unique restorative approach to healthcare. Millions of women who suffer from gynecologic issues are commonly told that their only treatment option is hormonal contraception. This “quick fix” for women’s healthcare often masks the underlying disease, leaving women to suffer for years.
Testimonials and Opportunity to ask questions…
NaProTechnology will be coming soon to Catholic Medical Center; information will be available at this event.
See St. Mark’s Parish website here.