Dr. Eva Littman is one of the Las Vegas Valley’s most trusted, knowledgeable, and honored fertility doctors. As the Founder and Practice Director of Red Rock Fertility Center, she has successfully guided the center to produce exceptionally high first cycle pregnancy success rates in Las Vegas. Dr. Littman also specializes in challenging cases where the patient has less than a five percent chance of pregnancy and helps them welcome new lives into their families.
Dr. Littman offers an outstanding level of empathy and a broader amount of compassion for her patients given that she has personally undergone some of the procedures involved with fertility treatment. Dr. Littman has three children of her own and she understands the desires of her patients to conceive.
She has also contributed to worldwide knowledge of specific infertility problems by publishing numerous papers in peer-reviewed journals and regularly presenting at international meetings and local conferences. She also helps mentor future OB/GYN residents by serving as a Volunteer Associate Clinical Professor in the Department of OB/GYN at the University of Nevada School of Medicine.
Dr. Littman completed her medical training at some of the best medical centers and universities in the world. Below is a brief synopsis of her education and training.
Medical School: Duke University 1994-1998
OB/Gyn Residency: Duke University 1998-2002
Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility Fellowship: Stanford University 2002-2005
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“I have always liked the quote ‘The Light on a candle is always brighter when it’s first lit.’ How we relate to that here at Red Rock Fertility Center is that we strive to accomplish successful pregnancies the first time around as to keep our patients hope high and their stress level low. By having this philosophy we have been able to create close to a thousand pregnancies on the first attempt and in turn help our patients expand their families.” Dr. Eva Littman.
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