City Fertility warmly welcomes Dr Tiarna Ernst to its expanding Brisbane clinic located in Newstead.
Passionate about women’s health, gender equality, education and leadership, Dr Ernst is a multi-talented professional who prides herself on her commitment to a progressive, evidence-based and compassionate approach to treating all her patients.
City Fertility would like to warmly welcome Dr Stephen Elgey to our Gold Coast clinic.
Sharing his time between his Sunnybank practice and his new practice at Robina, Dr Elgey provides specialised care in fertility and gynaecology and is dedicated to giving his patients the best chance to achieve their dream of having a baby.
In the face of the tragic passing of Ellidy Pullin’s partner Australian Olympic snowboarder Alex ‘Chumpy’ Pullin in a shallow-water diving incident on the Gold Coast last July, it was a quick-thinking friend who had the lightbulb moment that has now ultimately created a baby miracle for Ellidy.
Ellidy, 28, said after Chumpy’s sudden death she was in a terrible state – in shock and devastated by his sudden and unexpected passing – and it was just fortunate someone else was looking out for their baby dream.
Melbourne locals now have easy access to a new alternative in fertility care and IVF with the opening of City Fertility’s all-inclusive and state-of-the-art IVF clinic in Notting Hill (near Clayton).
Our new purpose-built clinic has been designed to maximise pregnancy outcomes by incorporating modern on-site consulting rooms, a dedicated day hospital and a world-class IVF laboratory all in the one location.
We all know that nurses play a crucial role in keeping people healthy and caring for them and their families during the happiest and saddest times in their lives. The global COVID-19 pandemic has shown the world just how important nurses are, and perhaps a greater appreciation of their professional expertise and commitment, to care for their patients, despite the risks.
In honour of International Nurses Day, we caught up with one of our registered nurses, Molly Toogood, to give you an insight into what it takes to be a nurse in the world of fertility and their role in helping people realise their dreams to have a family.
Brisbane locals now have easy access to City Fertility’s newly opened all-inclusive and state-of-the-art IVF clinic and procedure centre at Newstead in inner-city Brisbane.
The purpose-built multimillion-dollar clinic has been created to meet a growing demand for our fertility services in Brisbane and to provide a new modern option for fertility and IVF with the highest quality personalised patient care.
City Fertility warmly welcomes Professor Bill Ledger to its expanding Sydney CBD clinic. Professor Ledger’s extensive clinical fertility experience and research expertise has earned him the position as one of Australia’s leading and most sought after fertility specialists.
Professor Ledger’s commitment to patients and the profession is evident in his dedication to the best possible outcomes for his patients and ongoing commitment to research.
Couples and individuals needing the help of a sperm donor to try and fulfil their dream of parenthood, can now find a faster solution in just a few swipes with the launch of our Addam App – Australia’s first-ever dedicated sperm bank app of registered sperm donors.
Addam app delivers real-time access to one of the largest databases of available donor sperm in Australia.
The app currently has over 110 registered donors listed from Australia, and from overseas who also comply with Australian regulations.
As City Fertility Sydney CBD celebrates its first birthday milestone, we are also delighted to be celebrating the best of birthday presents – the arrival of the clinic’s first babies!
Baby Sebastian was our first IVF baby born, followed closely by baby Maria and many more babies after that.
The 25th July is recognised as World Embryologist Day, the same special date as the world’s first IVF baby being born.
Embryologists play a critical role in an IVF clinic – they are the scientific staff who help make babies happen, literally creating life in their hands. They are sometimes referred to as the ‘caretakers’ of a patient’s sperm, eggs or embryos because they are the nurturers of this new start of life.