Established in 1989, the Priory Fertility Centre in Birmingham is a highly successful centre providing a wide range of assisted reproductive therapies and attracts patients from all over the UK.
Our philosophy is to provide each person/couple with a tailor-made investigative programme and management package to suit their individual needs.
Why choose The Priory Hospital Fertility Centre?
We are a highly successful fertility centre that offers treatment in a safe, friendly and well-managed environment.
- Patient safety and well-being takes top priority
Seven day a week service
Sustained history of good results
Consultant led service
Dedicated team of caring, expert professionals offering individualised care and support throughout your treatment
Egg collection under general anaesthetic
Part of a main hospital where doctors are always on site should there be a need to access emergency treatment
Egg/sperm sharing programme for eligible patients
Counselling available free of charge for all patients
Private room with en-suite facilities and meals included during any inpatient treatment (eg IVF/ICSI).
Open Evening 2017 dates
A full range of assisted conception therapies are offered at the Fertility Centre. The following are brief outlines of the most commonly requested treatments. More information is also available in our brochure which is readily available on request.
- Intrauterine Insemination (IUI)
- Donor insemination (DI)
- Invitro fertilisation & embryo transfer (IVF)
- IVF & Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI)
- Embryo cryopreservation (freezing) and frozen-thawed embryo transfer (FET)
- Ovum and embryo donations
- Surgical Sperm Recovery (e.g. Microsurgical Epididymal Sperm Aspiration MESA)
- Time lapse embryo monitoring system (Primo VisionTM)
Other fertility and gynaecological treatments
Apart from the assisted conception therapies described above, more conventional and complementary treatments are available in the appropriate circumstances.
Laparoscopic fertility surgery, including re-opening of block tubes (salpingostomy), division of adhesions, cautery to the ovaries and many other types of operation, may be considered in place of or in conjunction with assisted conception treatment. Associated treatments include vasectomy reversal, including sperm retrieval and storage, if required.
Full discussion of the availability and suitability of these procedures will be conducted at the time of your consultation. The consultants also have extensive experience and expertise in the medical and surgical management of general gynaecological problems, including menstrual disorders and endometriosis.
Meet The Team
Read more about our team here.
To find out more about our Fertility Services please call us on 0121 446 1501 or make an online enquiry. You can also download to keep our fertility guide.