Bath Fertility

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First Step

We understand that starting a family is not always straight forward. Taking the first step is the hardest, but we are here to help you achieve your long-awaited family.

Whether you are a couple or single, gay or heterosexual, our dedicated team will be with you every step of your fertility journey, to offer encouragement, help and support.

At Bath Fertility, we have been creating families for 23 years and are recognised as one of the most successful IVF treatment clinics in the UK.

We are here to offer you fertility investigation, diagnosis and treatment with compassion and care.

Where to Start?

If you would like to be referred to us, the easiest way is to get a referral from your GP.

Regardless of where you live, you can choose to come to us as a self-funding or NHS patient.

We host the Reproductive Medicine Clinic on behalf of the Royal United Hospital (NHS) here at Bath Fertility for initial investigations. If you think you are eligible for NHS funding, you need a GP referral.

If you are not eligible for NHS funding we offer our patients access to several financial plans to reduce the cost and make the process as easy as possible.

Funding your own treatment

You can book a free introductory visit with our friendly patient advisors who will run through the finance options and shared-risk programmes available through our partnership with Access Fertility.

You may prefer to book in for a private fertility assessment; our patient advisors can help you schedule this appointment.

You are more than welcome to attend our regular open evenings.

Call our friendly Patient Advisors on 01761 434464 to make an appointment.

First Consultation

As soon as we have received your referral, we will contact you to make an appointment with one of our fertility doctors. We will talk to you about you (and your partner’s) medical history and identify the best treatment to suit your needs.  Any tests or screening which may be needed before or as a part of your treatment will be discussed at this time. Your first consultation is the perfect opportunity to ask questions you may have about part of your treatment.