Samuel Wong, MD
Board Certified OB/GYN
Dr. Samuel Wong has a unique understanding of the IVF process and believes in individualized care. He has been in the medical field for over 20 years specializing in female reproductive healthcare as a board-certified OB/GYN. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in biochemistry with Honors and Distinction from Cornell University. He later pursued his professional doctorate degree at New York University School of Medicine and completed his residency in obstetrics and gynecology at NYU Medical Center with recognition for laparoscopic surgeries.
As Dr. Wong has spent the majority of his medical career within New York, he focuses his medical practice to giving back to the New York community and to all who seek his medicinal expertise. He is affiliated with Flushing Hospital Medical Center, New York-Presbyterian Hospital Queens, Chinatown Health Clinic, New York Downtown Hospital, and TJH Medical Services serving. Dr. Wong has been a part of the New Hope family since 2009 where he specializes in fertility evaluations, treatments, and infertility procedures. He later expanded into private practice in 2013 in Flushing, New York to provide gynecological services, and his office collaborates with New Hope to provide superior infertility assistance. As an infertility physician, he believes in customizing each treatment accordingly to fit the needs of each patient. He is especially interested in curating protocols according to his patient’s ovarian reserve.
Patients are not the only ones entrust Dr. Wong with their medical treatments, hospitals and health care facilities often utilize his wealth of knowledge to teach future physicians and weigh in on how to provide superior patient care. Dr. Wong presently has his own private OB/GYN practice to provide gynecological services to those in his community, and his office works in partnership with New Hope. As the Assistant Director of Obstetrics at Flushing Hospital, he creates curriculums for resident physicians and teaches them the necessary knowledge and skills to be a helping hand in the OB/GYN field. At Charles B. Wang Community Health Center, Dr. Wong serves as their Chief of Obstetrics and Gynecology.
Dr. Wong speaks English, Mandarin, and Cantonese.
Message from Dr. Wong
Zhang, J.J., Boyle, M. and Allen, W.R. (1989)
Recent studies on in vitro maturation and fertilization of equine oocytes. Equine Vet. J., Supple. 8, 101-104
Adghe, A. J-H., Zhang,J.J., Cuthber, J. and Obhria, M. (1989)
Effects on human sperm motility of antisperm antibody: a study using timed exposure photomicrography. Inter. J. Andro. 12, 281-285.
Zhang, J., Boyle, M.S., Smith, C.A., and Moore, H.D. (1990)
Acrosome reaction of stallion spermatozoa evaluated with monoclonal antibody and zona-free hamster eggs. Mol Reprod Dev, 27, 152-158.
Zhang, J.J., Ricketts, W.S. and Tanner, SJ. (1990)
Antisperm antibodies in the semen of a stallion following testicular trauma. Equine Vet. J.
Zhang, J.J., Muzs, L.Z., and Boyle, M.S. (1990)
In vitro fertilization on or horse follicular oocytes matured in vitro. Mol Reprod Dev, 26 361-385.
Zhang, J.J., Muzs, L.Z, and Boyle, M.S. (1991)
Variations in structural and functional changes of stallion spermatozoa in response to calcium ionophore A23187. J. Reprod. Fert, 44,199-205.
Zhang, J.J., Liu, J., Tchabo, J.G., Yang, X., and DiMattina, M. (1994)
Zona-opening of hamster oocytes: a comparative study using macro- and micro-manipulation methods. Hum Reprod 9, 137-140.
Zhang, J., Liu, J., Xu, K.P., Liu, B., and Dimattina, M. (1995)