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Fertility / IVF Clinics In London & The UK

Seeking fertility treatment in London or in the UK? We have hand selected some of the very finest private fertility / IVF clinics to help you on your fertility journey.

Please contact the fertility clinics listed below to discover more about the fertility / IVF treatments they offer. Alternatively, you may wish to complete our enquiry form and we will forward it to the relevant fertility specialists and IVF clinics on your behalf.

For couples and individuals who have experienced unsuccessful IVF cycles or recurrent miscarriage, and want to look at other options, like immune testing and immune treatments, we have also highlighted clinics that offer reproductive immunology.

Related Article: IVF Success Rates In The UK

 

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The Fertility & Gynaecology Academy is an established assisted conception unit with consistently high success rates. It offers treatment of male and female fertility problems such as IVF, egg and sperm freezing, egg donation and surrogacy, with expert advice from the UK's leading consultants. more...

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Leading tertiary level IVF reproductive medicine centre providing all fertility treatment options. Led by accredited consultant gynaecologists and a team of multidisciplinary professionals. Full range of surgical options including laparoscopic and hysteroscopic surgery. One of the most advanced IVF laboratories in the UK with a recent refurbishment to include state of the art equipment. more...

King’s Hewitt Fertility Centre
109 Denmark Hill
London SE5 8AZ
Greater London
Tel: 020 3299 5390
Email: kch-tr.fertility@nhs.net
Website: www.kch.nhs.uk/service/a-z/acu

Google Rating
4
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Richard Allalouf
Richard Allalouf
An excellent A&E service with staff doing their very best despite not being as best resourced as they’d like. Everyone was engaged and positive and I felt very looked after over the course of a challenging day. Thank you so much.
Joe Wade
Joe Wade
We’ve had two babies at Kings and found all of the team there highly professional and caring. The second birth was difficult but our proximity to the state of the art neonatal unit ensured issues could be overcome
Lika Malunaviciute
Lika Malunaviciute
After ~4hours wait we find out that doctor is not even there because looks like they had just 1 doctor for it and he left somewhere else. They wasint able to give any timing how much longer wait can be and after first time asked we wait for another 40minutes and answer from them was the same: we don't know. Pointless waiting when I needed to be resting at home with my conditions
Jac
Jac
I had a brain aneurism. What an amazing hospital. I could not fault the consultants and staff. Professional, kind and so caring. I would like to thank Mr Bullock and staff for saving my life.
Kacper Nadolski
Kacper Nadolski
Staff trying best busy so long wait but really good clean

Kingston Hospital ACU
Department of Gynaecology
Roehampton Wing Level 5
Kingston Hospital
Kingston upon Thames KT2 7QU
Greater London
Tel: 0208 934 3155
Fax: 0208 934 3640
Website: www.kingstonacu.org.uk

Google Rating
3.5
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Brian Maxwell
Brian Maxwell
04/01/2019 I spent this morning in the Eye Unit. I was seen 30 minutes before my appointment, received excellent care, attention and expertise. Each member of staff was courteous, focused on my problem and responsive to my needs. I went there concerned, and left knowing that I would continue to receive excellent care and attention until my eye problem has been put resolved.
Muhammad Farooq
Muhammad Farooq
This is my first ever experience to use NHS service. A&E staff is in race of numbers. My partner was not seen until 3 hours, he has very bad skin issue and after 3 hours was told to go home and keep it dry. Within last night the condition has gone worse. Now I don't know what to do, where to take my partner.
Holger Pirk
Holger Pirk
I’ve spent about 3.5 hours in the A&E with my 17 months old son and had about roughly three minutes of face time with the staff. At the very beginning they told me they needed a urine sample and so I spend those 3.5 hours with my half naked son in my lap trying to make him pee. About two hours in, a doctor came in and performed a brief checkup. She left without saying much. One and a half hours later a nurse came in and told me my son was going to get antibiotics. When I asked her what the diagnosis was, she left the room. I heard her tell the doctor „he wants to know why“. She returned telling me it was an ear infection and they they didn’t need the urine sample any more. This left me wondering: first, couldn’t the doctor have told me right away so I wouldn’t have had to try to make a sick and sleepy toddler pee for those extra one and a half hours. And second, had I not asked would they have sent me home without ever telling me about the diagnosis?
Mandy Knights
Mandy Knights
Kingston hospital admin staff bank - DIABOLICAL!! I signed upto their staff bank this year, 2018, and after the full 3 month period of going through the recruitment process, they failed dismally to find a part-time role for me, even though they were fully aware at interview stage and once I'd been handed over to the bank team (who appear to be a team of incompetent children in my opinion) that I was a part-time carer at home, and had to get the correct home/work life balance. I ended this ridiculous and incompetent situation by e-mailing them to inform them of my utter disgust, which culminated in my sending my ID badge back and removing myself off their books with immediate effect. My ultimate advice is avoid, avoid, avoid!!!
Diana
Diana
I had my first baby at Kingston hospital, and experience was so poorly that I still can remember it with tears in my eyes. 1) when I was 5cm dilated and needed epidural the room wasnt ready (needed to be cleaned) so I was in agony screaming my head off for 3 hours! 2) my water broke, and I mentioned it to one of the midwife as I was soaked. But they still thought that it was intact, and tried to break it later, possibly causing the baby’s head being soare. 3) when I asked for a top up (epidural) as I was induced my pain was extraodanary, inexperienced/new midwife kept refusing till doctor arrived and told her to top me up. 4) when baby was born I asked the same midwife to measure her height and she said “no, we don’t do it anymore. Only if there is a concern”, it was just ridiculous. 5) baby’s head was covered in blood, and we asked the same midwife if she could clean/wash her, her reply was “we don’t wash the baby, but ok, I can wash her head for you”. In the birth plan there is a section where you have to select if you want your baby to be placed on your chest as soon as it’s been born or wiped I.e from blood. 6) and finally I was left on a bed soaked, wet and cold for almost 2-3 hours! I had to get up which was so scary as it felt like my organs just dropped down. To look into the cupboard to see if there are clean and dry bed sheets. I also kept ringing the bell and no one would come into the room so I went outside on my own and in the actual hallway I could see a few ladies chatting away who then told me “go back in and we will call your midwife”. I almost passed out as I lost around 1.2 liter of blood and being anaemic wasn’t helping. 7) I’ve finally been transferred into room, with dry and warm bed. Baby was taken away as they needed to get a cannula into her hand to give her antibiotics. They brought her back with her hand covered (about 3-4) blood dots as they couldn’t find the vein, poor baby. Later after cannula has been inserted it then came out as it hadn’t been fixed properly so they had to do it again. 8) As I am anaemic and lost more than a litter of blood, I had to take the iron tablets, but they make you really constipated. First 2 days I’ve been given 1 then my prescription was changed to 2, the final result of it after a week or two I was constipated so badly following the pain and soreness after birth...I now had an awful fissure. It was the biggest mistake, they shouldn’t have increased the dose of iron after birth! Why I haven’t been given blood instead.... 9) it’s been a year and a half of agony and constant pain. I couldn’t have an operation/Botox while breastfeeding as well! So firstly I just had an operation 10 months later but it didn’t help, after 15 months I stopped breastfeeding and had another operation with Botox. Thank God I am pain free now but really fragile. I am not sure if any other hospitals are the same, but sadly I know for sure this hospital/labour experience has put me off from having more kids.