Bristol’s leading fertility centre hosts open evening
Friday, 16 July, 2010
The Bristol Centre for Reproductive Medicine (BCRM) is holding an open evening for people who are considering fertility treatment to take a tour and meet clinicians.
The event takes place on Wednesday August 4 2010 between 6pm and 8pm at the centre at Southmead Hospital, Bristol.
The BCRM is one of the top 10 fertility clinics in the UK and offers a full range of fertility services to both NHS and self funding patients.
The centre has outstanding success rates and patients travel from across the South West and the UK for treatment, with more than 1,000 successful pregnancies each year since opening in 2008.
The BCRM offers services for male and female infertility including IVF, ICSI, IUI as well as donor sperm and egg treatments and surgical sperm recovery.
Prospective patients can meet staff and look around the centre at the open evening as well as find out more about fertility drug therapies and laboratory techniques.
Mr Peter Wardle, lead clinician for Fertility Services, said: “The BCRM has an international reputation for outstanding results.
“This open evening is a brilliant opportunity for people to come and find out more about techniques available for assisted conception including laboratory processes and drug therapies.”
Anyone wishing to attend the open evening can contact 0117 323 2067 or email Lydia.Cuthbertson@nbt.nhs.uk.
Or visit the BCRM’s new website at www.bristolivftreatment.co.uk.