I am an infertility doctor who believes in a full and compressive fertility care. I have a great deal of successful experience in complicated infertility cases and reproductive surgery. My prior experience as a General Surgeon provides me with the additional capability and expertise to preserve the reproductive organs to accomplish a pregnancy and treat symptomatic conditions that can impair the quality of life without having to have a hysterectomy. Due to my own history of infertility issues, I understand the emotional struggles involved and to be emotionally supportive to my patients is my priority.
I love helping people to accomplish their dreams of having a family. I try to offer as a doctor, what I would like to have as a patient. I believe in compassion and empathy. I love my profession and helping people any way I can.
I am originally from Argentina where I became a doctor, then a general surgeon and later on a colorectal surgeon. In 2001 frustrated with the socioeconomic situation in Argentina I moved to USA. It took me 4 years to learn English and validate my medical degree in USA. At the time of choosing a residency in USA, I opted for women’s care. I did my residency in OGBYN at University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha Nebraska. There I fell in love with infertility and minimally invasive gynecological surgery and I joined the team of Heartland Center for Reproductive Medicine. There I received excellent training in Infertility and Reproductive Endocrinology. In 2011 due to my love to the outdoors and my passion for cycling I decided to move to Phoenix, AZ, where after few years I started my own practice, Gondra Center for Reproductive Care and Advanced Gynecology.
American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology
American Society for Reproductive Medicine
American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology
AAGL Advanced Minimally Invasive Gynecology Worldwide
Awards and Publications:
Best Teaching Resident Award,