City Fertility has joined Manor Medical in a partnership to provide individuals who do not produce eggs or cannot use the eggs they produce, with the opportunity to experience pregnancy and bear a child. The donated eggs can also be used in surrogacy to help individuals achieve their dream of parenthood (depending on state legislation).
Manor Medical has the largest and one of the most respected egg donor programs in Israel. Donors are recruited by their teams in Ukraine and Georgia. Manor Medical is well known for maintaining the highest standards of quality and safety in healthcare.
Your decision to use donated eggs is extremely important, and for this reason, we aim to provide you with as much information as you require. Our EEVE donor co-ordinators are available to discuss any questions you may have about Manor Medical.
Our aim is to give you choices that overcome financial barriers to treatment. City Fertility offers payment plan options for IVF cycles such as flexible payment plans and accessing superannuation.
To learn more about City Fertility IVF payment plans please visit our Payment Options page.
To help couples and individuals find their ideal donor, City Fertility has launched Eeve Donor Bank.
Eeve Donor Bank is Australia’s leading donor egg bank and was created with the sole purpose of helping those who are trying to fulfil their dream of parenthood but need the help of an egg donor to do so. We have a diverse range of donors with a variety of characteristics, ethnicities and backgrounds for patients to choose from and most importantly we have made the process as easy as possible for their convenience.
Eeve Donor Bank is also Australia’s first egg bank app of registered egg donors offering free donor search functionalities, with a unique, engaging and simple-to-navigate experience. You can download the app now on the App store and on Google Play Store.
Please note this service is only available within City Fertility in Queensland and New South Wales. People that reside in other states are welcome to travel to New South Wales or Queensland for treatment.