As Australia’s largest IVF group on a global platform, we believe in fostering a culture of excellence through constantly setting new standards for best practices in fertility and IVF- related procedures, to give you the best chance of bringing your dream of having a baby closer to reality.
Providing you with individually tailored and thorough care is the highest priority at City Fertility. Our approach is reflected in the fact that you will see your chosen specialist throughout your treatment cycle. Seeing your own specialist every step of the way will provide you with continuity of care and the confidence throughout the process.
Our highly regarded specialists will give you a personalised assessment of your chance of achieving a healthy pregnancy, not generalities about average rates of success. They will guide you and discuss the different options available.
At City Fertility we offer fertility preservation service to enable you to protect and preserve sperm, eggs and embryos for the future, so when the time is right, we’ll be here to help you to achieve the best pregnancy outcomes.
Sperm, egg or embryo donation is truly a generous gift of life, and for many couples and individuals this is their only hope of fulfilling their dreams of having a family. Our dedicated team at City Fertility is here to provide you with guidance and support throughout the process.
We would like to reassure you that City Fertility continues to provide treatment to unaffected patients. We are closely monitoring the current situation and guidelines provided by the Australian Government – Department of Health.
The safety of our patients and staff is our main priority and we have taken numerous measures to address this. If you think at any time that you may have been exposed to Coronavirus, please phone your clinic who will help you make the necessary changes to your treatment.
Women who used IVF to conceive their first child have a good chance of having a second child the same way, according to a new study.
The study, by researchers from the University of New South Wales (UNSW), is the first to look at the chances of women having more than one IVF-conceived baby, which may be helpful in counselling patients planning their families