About Jason G. Bromer, M.D.
Jason G. Bromer, M.D., is a board-certified reproductive endocrinologist. He received his medical degree at The George Washington University School of Medicine, where he graduated with distinction, and was elected to the Alpha Omega Alpha and Kane-King-Dodek medical honor societies. He completed a residency in obstetrics and gynecology at Georgetown University, where he served as administrative chief resident and won numerous awards for research and teaching. He then completed a 3-year fellowship in reproductive endocrinology and infertility at Yale University in New Haven, CT, where he served as an instructor in the university’s school of medicine. Following his fellowship, he spent 2 years in practice at the Reproductive Science Center of New Jersey before joining Shady Grove Fertility.
He has been involved in cutting-edge research in fertility preservation for cancer patients, pregnancy implantation, and methods of embryo selection for in vitro fertilization. His work has been presented at national and international meetings, and he has authored more than 40 research papers and book chapters.
Dr. Bromer is a member of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, the Society for Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility, and the International Society for Fertility Preservation. He is a fellow of the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, and is a diplomat of the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology.
- Residency: Obstetrics and Gynecology, Georgetown University
- Fellowship: Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility, Yale University
AWARDS & RECOGNITION
- 2017 Baltimore Ravens Community Quarterback Award
- 2016 Inaugural Physicians Council Member, RESOLVE The Infertility Association
- Super Doctors 2013 Rising Star
- American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology
- American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
- American Society for Reproductive Medicine
- International Society for Fertility Preservation
- Society for Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility
Q & A
Q: Why did you become a doctor/reproductive endocrinologist?
A: I always knew I would become a doctor. I grew up volunteering and spending time with sick children and have always wanted to take care of people. It never occurred to me that I would do anything else. I picked reproductive endocrinology because it is a tremendously interesting and diverse field, and the impact I get to make in people’s lives is incredible.
Q: Who inspires you?
A: I am inspired by the mentors I had through my residency and fellowship training. I strive to be the kind of doctor that they are. My patients also inspire me; seeing the hope that they have and their motivation to push through tough times is amazing.
Q: What are your hobbies and why do you enjoy them?
A: My hobbies include skiing and snowboarding in the winter, playing the guitar, and serving as an unofficial “computer consultant” to my friends and co-workers. I enjoy sports and music because they are nice outlets for my energy and perfectionism. I also just like to buy new things from the Apple Store.
Q: What about SGF makes you the most proud?
A: I am truly humbled to be a part of this amazing medical team. What makes me the most proud is that at the heart of this large, successful, ever-growing practice, the number one priority has always been providing exceptional patient care, and never compromising our values in always doing the right thing.
Q: What’s on your bucket list?
A: I would like to take my wife and two sons to visit Africa to see the yearly animal migration while that part of the world is still unspoiled. I’d also like to visit Australia and Fiji.
What makes me the most proud is that at the heart of this large, successful, ever-growing practice, the number one priority has always been providing exceptional patient care, and never compromising our values in always doing the right thing.
“One of the things that really made Dr. Bromer and Shady Grove Fertility stand out was how he approached our infertility as a supportive partnership by working together to figure out what the best solution was for our family. It wasn’t a cookie cutter approach, or standard protocol. Instead, Dr. Bromer approached our situation as, “Here’s what we’re going to do for you.” It was really the care and compassion that he exhibited, combined with his years of clinical experience, that changed our lives by coming up with a treatment path right for us. That individualized personal care can’t be matched, and it was one of the things that I think made Shady Grove Fertility such a great choice for us and would be a great choice for other people, too. “
“Very compassionate, thorough, thoughtful and experienced. He is the best physician I have ever had- period. Infertility is a difficult journey but he is honest, supportive and solution focused. He wants you to achieve the best outcome possible and is willing to go the extra mile (which is actually an extreme understatement) to make that happen. I highly recommend him and the whole SGF team.”
“Dr. Bromer is honest, straightforward, and compassionate. He is always on your side and will call you any day of the week to keep you updated. We had a wonderful experience working with Dr. Bromer even when times were tough.”
“Dr. Bromer is incredibly compassionate and kind. I felt well taken care from the moment I stepped into the Shady Grove Fertility office in Frederick. He took the time to answer questions and understand the difficult emotional experience couples go through as they seek fertility treatment. I would absolutely recommend Dr. Bromer.”
“Dr. Bromer helped my husband and I have two beautiful boys, in 2015 and 2018! He was the first doctor who really listened to me and made me feel completely at ease. He always took time to answer my questions and ask how I was doing. Dealing with infertility is hard, so having a knowledgeable doctor who cared and remembered details about me meant the world. I would recommend Dr. Bromer to anyone.”
“My husband and I had a wonderful experience with Dr. Bromer and the rest of the Shady Grove Fertility Frederick team. We tried to have a baby for almost 2 years on our own and were in treatment with Dr. Bromer for about 2 years. Dr. Bromer is encouraging and keeps a positive attitude. He explains procedures and answers questions thoroughly. There were several occasions when I had complications and he called me personally to check on me. I strongly recommend him to anyone struggling with infertility.”
“After years of unsuccessful attempts at pregnancy, I was able to conceive a baby girl on my second IUI attempt with Dr. Bromer! My baby is currently 3 months old! The nurses and doctors at this facility and the Rockville location were great! Fertility treatment can be stressful but it’s all worth it in the end. I will forever be grateful to Dr. Bromer and his team for helping my husband and I conceive our beautiful daughter!”
“My husband and I were referred to Shady Grove Fertility after we were told by a Reproductive Specialist in Hershey, PA that we needed to seek IVF Treatment. From the minute we met Dr. Bromer, he immediately made us feel like we were his most important couple. There are not words to describe how thankful I am God led us to Dr. Bromer and his staff. I would recommend this facility again and again. Thank you Dr. Bromer!”
“Dr. Bromer was so supportive and kind through out my fertility journey. Each time there was a misstep or I didn’t get pregnant he was prepared to help me through the next phase of my treatment and now I’m pregnant with twins!”
“We are happy to announce the birth of our son. You have truly made our dreams come true. Thank you for everything! Words cannot express our gratitude. You are the maker of miracles. Thank You!”
“Dr. Bromer was a recommendation by two friends and we could not be happier with our relationship with him. From the start, Dr. Bromer took time to get to know us, understand our goals and assess our situation to determine the best course of action. My husband and I are so impressed with how thorough he is with his assessments and explanation of options. In addition he is very knowledgeable about insurance benefits, which helped us to make the best decision for our health, success & finances.”
“My husband and I sought out Shady Grove due to my PCOS/insulin resistance. We met with Dr. Bromer and right away he made us feel hopeful. He explained everything to us thoroughly and always made sure we had all of the information before making a decision about our fertility treatments. He remained positive and optimistic throughout the entire almost 2 year process. He and his staff cared about our feelings, were kind, and provided the best care. I never felt like I was just going to another doctor’s appointment. With the care and sensitivity the staff showed, I always felt like they were looking out for me and keeping me in mind. Thanks to Dr. Bromer, I had my first child, a boy, two weeks ago. We are so grateful to Shady Grove, all of its staff, and especially Dr. Bromer for being in our corner and giving us the chance to be parents.”
“Dr. Bromer is what a physician should work to become. He is very down to earth and easy to communicate with. With the field he works in he is able to show compassionate care throughout the whole process. My wife and I felt like he was always there through the highs and lows. I couldn’t be happier with the care he provided.”
“The best clinic by far. I have never had anything but positive interactions and experiences. Dr. Bromer is knowledgeable, compassionate & attentive. I would highly recommend them to anyone – you don’t feel like a number. They make it a very personal experience.”
- Bromer JG, Ata B, Seli M, Lockwood CJ, Seli E. Preterm deliveries that result from multiple pregnancies associated with assisted reproductive technologies in the USA: a cost analysis. Curr Opin Obstet Gynecol. 2011;23(3):168-73.
- Martin JR, Bromer JG, Sakkas D, Patrizio P. Insurance coverage and in vitro fertilization outcomes: a U.S. perspective. Fertil Steril. 2010;95(3):964-9.
- Martin JR, Bromer JG, Sakkas D, Patrizio P. Live babies born per oocyte retrieved in a subpopulation of oocyte donors with repetitive reproductive success. Fertil Steril. 2010;94(6):2064-8.
- Bromer JG, Seli E. Fertility preservation in cancer survivors. In: Miller, KD, ed. Medical and Psychosocial Care of the Cancer Survivor. Burlington, MA: Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2009;413-4.
- Bromer JG, Sakkas D, Siano LJ, Benadiva CA, Patrizio P. The reproductive efficiency of women over age 40, and the low risk of multiple pregnancy. Reprod Bio Med Online. 2009;19 Suppl 4:4316.
- Bromer JG, Patrizio P. The rationale for cryopreservation of the whole ovary. Sem Reprod Med. 2009;27:465-71.
- Bromer JG, Aldad TS, Taylor HS. Defining the proliferative phase defect. Fertil Steril. 2009;91(3):698-704.
- Bromer JG, Sakkas D, Seli E. Metabolomic profiling of embryo culture media to predict IVF outcome. Exp Rev Obstet Gynecol. 2008;3:441-7.
- Bromer JG, Arici A. The impact of uterine myomas on IVF outcome. Exp Rev Obstet Gynecol. 2008;3:515-21.
- Richter KS, Bugge KR, Bromer JG, Levy MJ. Relationship between endometrial thickness and embryo implantation, based on 1294 cycles of in vitro fertilization with transfer of two blastocyst stage embryos. Fertil Steril. 2007;87:53-9.