Dr. Skaf founded South Jersey Fertility Center in 1989. After completing his Reproductive Endocrine training in 1981, he was appointed Division Head at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School in Camden, NJ. During those 8 years (1981-1989) he was in charge of the medical students’ curriculum and was instrumental in training many of the OB/GYN physicians in the area. In 1983, Dr. Skaf was the first physician in the state to perform CO2 laser laparoscopy for the treatment of endometriosis and pelvic adhesions. During his tenure, he became Associate Professor. Currently he is a Clinical Associate Professor at the Robert Wood Johnson and Jefferson Medical Schools. In 1989, Dr. Skaf established the first outpatient In-Vitro Fertilization Program in the area. He is currently the Chief of the Reproductive Endocrinology section at Virtua West Jersey Hospital. He was the recipient of the Philip J. Williams Junior Fellow Prize Paper on his work in Androgenic Response to Menotropin Therapy and FSH Bioassay. He has given many presentations in the field of Laser and Operative Laparoscopy in addition to Assisted Reproductive Technologies both nationally and internationally. His work overseas resulted in the birth of the first GIFT baby in Syria. He was awarded “Best Doctor” in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility by the Courier Post, “Top Physician” by South Jersey Magazine in 2006, 2007, and 2008, and a “Top Doc” by SJ magazine in 2005, 2006 and 2008. Dr. Skaf and his family have lived in Cherry Hill, NJ for over 25 years. Dr. Skaf is fluent in Arabic and conversant in French.