Our Fertility Clinic in London: CRM CARE London
CRM CARE London is one of the most successful fertility clinics in the UK. As a close knit, dedicated and professional team, we not only achieve consistently high results but also provide a positive and uplifting environment in which our patients undergo their treatment cycle.
Our unit brings together the best in science, modern technology, clinical and nursing practice to offer our patients the very best chance of success. Our team is well known for their compassion and commitment to always putting individual patient needs at the forefront of everything we do. Our aim is to maintain the provision of IVF at the highest levels ensuring our patients have the best IVF experience in London.
If you would like to speak to a member of our team,
you can call us on +44 (0) 207 616 6767
We all look forward to welcoming you and to making your IVF journey a positive one.
Patient Information Events
Our next patient information event will be held on Thursday 21st May 6.00pm.
We also offer free private informal visits during the day for couples wishing to visit the clinic but are unable to attend a Patient Open Evening.
IVF open evenings are held regularly at CRM CARE London, for details of dates and times please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
FREE IVF for egg sharers
We provide an IVF treatment cycle free of charge for anyone sharing their eggs.
You can make an enquiry on the enquiry form on this page or call us on 02076166767
CAREmaps with Time lapse embryo imaging - the latest high-tech culture environment for embryos in an IVF cycle
Using time lapse embryo imaging together with morphokinetic algorithms (selection models) developed by CARE scientists, we are able to predict which embryos have the highest potential for a successful pregnancy. We are seeing an encouraging increase in results from the application of CAREmaps in a treatment cycle.
Time Lapse Embryo Imaging
Embryologists in routine IVF practice cannot differentiate between chromosomally viable and aneuploid eggs/embryos, and hence aneuploid embryos will unwittingly and inevitably be transferred to the womb, thereby compromising IVF outcome. Conversely, it follows that by using screening techniques to identify the aneuploid status of the egg, embryologists have up to 85% chance of eliminating the chromosomally abnormal embryos before transfer
For over 10 years we have been offering the highest levels of compassionate care to the lives of gay and lesbian couples and single women who want to start a family in the safest possible way
CRM CARE London
111 Park Road,
Tel: +44 (0)207 616 6767
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