Anne Schramm, RN
Anne Schramm, RN, has been with the Institute for Reproductive Medicine and Science since 1999. In her 35 years as an RN Anne has worked in almost every aspect of women’s healthcare. Early in her career she worked in Labor and Delivery as well as did nursing for individual OB/GYN’s. Within Saint Barnabas Anne worked at Home Perinatal Services as well as Maternal Fetal Medicine.
Upon coming to work as a Nurse at IRMS in the field of assisted reproduction Anne said she found her niche because this kind of Nursing proved to be very unique. It enables her intimate contact with patients and satisfies her desire to teach and support them through one of their most challenging life experiences. Anne says that what also drew her to this particular field of nursing was the challenge it affords her every working day. “No two patient cases are exactly alike and no two days at IRMS are the same.”
“…nothing gives me more pleasure than making that phone call to a patient to say, you’re pregnant. It just doesn’t get any better than that.”
Anne received her degree in Nursing from Mountainside Hospital School of Nursing in Montclair, NJ.
In her free time, Anne likes to cook, garden and play golf but most of all spend time with her own children, her three grandchildren and her dog, Abby.