About us

Why CARE Fertility?

We can give you the very best chance of having a baby – whether this is your first attempt with IVF, or you've tried but had unsuccessful treatment cycles elsewhere.

A typical result for patients under the age of 37 in their first cycle is 68.8%, more than double the national average.*

And yet, we also regularly succeed with patients who have experienced failed treatments at other clinics. This is because we can offer you so many cutting edge treatment options including for instance, Array CGH – pioneered by CARE, or our Reproductive Immunology programme. We routinely provide sophisticated screening procedures such as Pre-Implantation Genetic Diagnosis.

We have a world class reputation for the quality of our work in the development of new technologies in fertility and we continue to expand the horizons of IVF science.

With CARE you have access to the best in science, modern technology, clinical and nursing practice. So whichever group you belong to, first time or more treatment cycles, our promise to you is that calmly, discreetly, professionally we'll always offer you the very best chance of becoming pregnant.

* CARE Nottingham, Clinical Pregnancy rate for patients under the age of 37 in their first cycle between October 1st 2007 and 30th September 2008

Becoming a CARE Fertility patient

To find out how to arrange an appointment at CARE Fertility, please visit our referral information page

CARE Fertility referral information

IVF success rates high at all CARE Fertility clinics


We'll always do everything we can to help you achieve your goal. At CARE our investigations are individual to each patient, ensuring that IVF treatment plans are always tailored to give everyone the very best chance of having a baby

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World First at CARE - Fertility test which could double the success of IVF - Array CGH


A new method of screening chromosomes in eggs, Array CGH, which can double your chance of pregnancy, is available at CARE Fertility Manchester and CARE Fertility Nottingham

Array CGH details

CARE Egg Freezing Vodcast

CARE egg freezing vodcast including an interview with Simon Fishel.


Donor Sperm availability

Thanks to our group of wonderful sperm donors, and the efforts of our dedicated embryology team, CARE Fertility currently have a strong donor sperm bank with sufficient supplies available to meet the treatment needs of our patients. Please contact your local CARE Fertility clinic

Treatment using donor sperm

Egg Freezing, thinking ahead

Egg freezing offers you the choice to preserve your fertility. A new, more efficient method of egg freezing, The EVES (Egg Vitrification Egg Storage) technique, is now available through CARE.


Latest CARE Fertility News Items

IVF news items from CARE Fertility

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CARE Fertility Pioneering Firsts

1978 - World's first IVF baby

1981 - First male factor patient treated

1982 - World's first baby delivered after intrauterine sperm/egg transfer

1984 - World's first baby from blastocyst transfer

1990 - World's first baby born after micro-injection

1992 - Britain's first SUZI treatment baby

1992 - Britain's first "sugar drop" frozen embryo baby

1996 - World's first testicular spermatid baby

2007 - Europe's first baby born following embryo screening using Comparative Genomic Hybridisation (CGH)

2009 - Birth of World's First baby following array CGH screening

2010 - UK's first baby born through PGD for HLA tissue matching

2010 - Blastocyst Chromosome Screening - UK's first baby born

2010 - First multi-factorial genetic chromosome tissue typing and translocation analysis of embryos in an IVF cycle

2010 - First UK based total treatment cycle for PGD and HLA Tissue Matching - Fanconi Anaemia

2011 - First UK pregnancy following use of an Embryoscope

All CARE Fertility Pioneering Firsts


You can download an eBrochure for any CARE Fertility clinic - London, Manchester, Northampton, Nottingham, Sheffield or Dublin

CARE eBrochures

IVF Success Stories

'CARE are absolutely fantastic'

Patient Stories

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