IVF babble has recently joined forces with the Reproductive Health Group to offer support to the #ttc community. Here we talk to the clinic and find out all about what they offer
The Reproductive Health Group (RHG) is a fully integrated women’s health and fertility hospital based in Daresbury, Cheshire. They also offer gynaecology and fertility consultations at Spire Hospitals in Manchester and Hale, Alexandra Hospital in Cheadle and Harley Street, London.
RHG was founded in 2011 by a group of four gynaecologists. The founder and clinical director is Professor Luciano Nardo.
What is the company’s ethos?
We recognise that every single one of our patients is unique, with individual wants and needs, which is why our fertility treatments are just as unique. We are transparent, honest and completely open with our patients, applying the highest standard of ethical behaviour and practice. Our focus is on achieving the highest standards of treatment and care, delivering consistently high results.
What makes the company different from other clinics?
We offer each patient personalised, one to one care, supporting them through every stage of the journey. Our friendly, tailored approach to fertility treatment is something that sets us apart from other care providers, making the fertility journey as stress-free as possible. Equipped with the latest technology, our clinic boasts two operating theatres, a state-of-the-art laboratory suite and an eight-bed ward with individual rooms. From patients’ initial consultation to their fertility assessment, right through to any treatments they may require can be done under one room by one team.
Who do you cater for?
We help individuals and couples at every stage of their fertility journey. Whether they are ready to start a family or struggling to conceive, our simple fertility check for both individuals and couples can help them understand their fertility health. We can then tailor a care plan to provide the right treatment for each and every patient.
That RHG also have experience in treating older women, offering pre-implantation genetic testing (PGT) and egg donation as well as offering the full range of diagnostics to investigate why IVF fails in some cases.
How do you support people going through fertility issues? Do you offer counselling or run a support group?
We offer a range of counselling with a dedicated very experienced counsellor and patient support lead who also runs support groups
What campaigns or initiatives are you involved in when it comes to infertility?
We are currently in the process of starting a male factor sub-fertility initiative to identify and test male patients who would like to check their fertility health. Working with our local GP practices and a consultant urologist we are providing this service free to the patient and the practice.
We can see that you offer a free and discounted IVF cycle scheme, this is wonderful. Why did you introduce that initiative?
As we understand that the cost of IVF treatment can cause concerns and delays for some patients, we do our best to make the treatment as accessible as possible to every patient.
What message would you give to anyone who may be experiencing fertility issues?
We very much look forward to working with IVF babble, helping inform and lessen the anxiety of patients going through the fertility journey.
We understand that issues with fertility are unique to the individual. Therefore, we offer a large range of different care packages, ranging from some simple advice, to more in-depth procedures. We hope that our broad range of treatments will help anyone who wants to start a family, but needs a little support to do so.
To find out more about the Reproductive Health Group click here