When it comes to fertility and IVF treatment, you're in expert hands with CARE Fertility. Our Nottingham clinic can provide you world class advice and care, whether you're considering fertility treatment for the first time or you have previously had IVF.
We have some of the best IVF success rates in the UK and over 40,000 CARE babies have been born so far.
Our teams are available to answer your queries and can be contacted by calling our patient enquiry team on 0800 564 2270. You can also call the clinic on 0115 852 8100 or email Enquiries.email@example.com.
We are here to support and help you, and the entire CARE Nottingham team send our best wishes, stay safe and see you all soon x
You can read about our plan for Treatment with CARE on our IVF and coronavirus page.
We will be by your side at every stage of your treatment, supporting you and doing everything we can to help you achieve your dream of parenthood
We will listen, understand and design a treatment plan especially for you. We will outline your options clearly, make sure you feel in control of all decision making and help you move forward in the best way for you.
Because we focus on the individual needs of everyone who comes to see us, our patients receive their best possible chance of having successful treatment. CARE Nottingham has consistently strong success rates for patients of all ages
You will have access to advice and care from some of the UK’s most experienced and respected medical experts
We’ve designed our embryology lab to exact specifications and with the most advanced state-of-the-art equipment and incubators, ensuring our scientists have the perfect environment to create and care for your embryos.
98% of our patients rated us as excellent or very good
If you’re looking for an egg donor, we’re here to help you
IVF– CARE Fertility Nottingham deliver the best results in the region for vitro fertilisation (IVF) treatments for people of all ages. IVF treatment developments pioneered by CARE Fertility for the last 20 years.
Reproductive genetics– CARE Fertility Nottingham’s reproductive genetics programme is constantly delivering advancements in the field of reproductive medicine. Using pioneering techniques such as Preimplantation Genetic Screening, we can allow you to make more informed choices by identifying the embryos with the best chance of developing into healthy babies.
Male factor infertility– Our medical professionals are experts in male factor infertility and can assist with issues such as low sperm count, abnormal morphology (irregular sperm cell shape), and poor motility (sperm that doesn’t swim or move quickly).
Same-sex couples– CARE Nottingham specialises in treatments to help gay couples start or grow their family, including surrogacy, sperm freezing, and egg freezing.
CAREmaps– CAREmaps is a ground-breaking technique designed by CARE Fertility that provides the most accurate way to select the best embryos without genetic testing. CAREmaps uses time lapse embryo imaging with specific CARE algorithms and can significantly improve live birth rates.
Donation programme– Access eggs or sperm via our donation programme, which is one of the most successful donation schemes in the UK. Our egg and sperm donors are all based in the UK, with all treatments adhering to HFEA regulations.
Recurrent miscarriage or implantation failure screening– Our investigative screening can help identify issues relating to blood clotting, hormones, genetics, and immune system in patients who have experienced recurrent miscarriage or multiple failed treatments.
Alison Campbell, Director of Embryology, and Professor Charles Kingsland, Group Clinical Director, discuss the many different aspects of treatment at CARE Fertility which enable us to deliver your very best chance of success.
Results are an important factor in helping you to decide where to have treatment.
It’s important to remember, though, that the very best way to really understand your chances of successful treatment with CARE Nottingham is to talk to one of our consultants. If you’d like to book an appointment, call CARE Nottingham using the phone number above or use our contact form.
We've put together a guide of what your IVF costs could be. These are typical costs but remember each and everyone's treatment is unique and costs can vary.
Throughout your journey with CARE Fertility Nottingham, our teams of specialists will be with you every step of the way – and they’ll do everything they can to give you your very best chance of success.
CARE Fertility Nottingham
John Webster House
6 Lawrence Drive
Nottingham Business Park
Monday - Friday : 9am - 5pm
Saturday / Sunday : Closed
By Road - From M1 - leave motorway at Junction 26 and follow the A610 towards Nottingham. At the roundabout take the A6002 signposted Strelley. Follow this road, Woodhouse Way, for approximately half a mile. At the roundabout turn right into Nottingham Business Park.
By Rail - The nearest railway station is Nottingham or Nottingham Parkway, both are approximately 25 minutes away by taxi.
By Bus - There are public transport links to the city centre and outlying areas from the Park and Ride and Nottingham Express Tramway terminus at Phoenix Park, approximately 2 miles from the clinic.Directions from your location
Our in-clinic group Patient Information Events are postponed temporarily due to COVID-19, however we are holding online fertility information events, and we would be happy to discuss our services, and how we can help you, in detail over the phone. Please feel free to contact us on 0800 5642270 for further information. We look forward to speaking with you!
Wednesday 9th September, 6pm
Next Wednesday (9th) at 6pm, our Director of Embryology, Dr Alison Campbell, will be joined on Instagram for a Live Q&A by one of the world’s leading experts in male infertility, Professor Ralf Henkel. In addition to being a Professor at several of the world’s most prominent universities, Professor Henkel is an Editor of some of the world’s leading peer-reviewed scientific journals about fertility, including being Editor-in-Chief of Andrologia, the first international journal dedicated to male health and reproduction. With 1 in 20 men affected by sperm inefficiency (contributing to up to 50% of problems conceiving), this Live Q&A will be invaluable to all – male or female – for learning how to maximise your chances of IVF success.
Starting fertility treatment – everything you need to know. Online fertility information event with Helen Kendrew, Clinic Director of CARE Fertility Bath and CARE Fertility Bristol
If you are considering IVF treatment, you’re likely to have questions about your fertility and your options. Helen Kendrew, Clinic Director of CARE Bath and CARE Bristol, held a live information event on our CARE Bath Facebook page on Thursday 30th July at 7pm, answering patient questions and talking about everything you need to know when starting fertility treatment – including the key things to consider when choosing a fertility clinic, especially during COVID-19. Watch this event below.
Charles and Zita with CARE: Fertility options for PCOS and endometriosis
In our new Instagram Live series, we’re bringing together two of the most experienced fertility practitioners in the country to chat with our patients live about everything to do with fertility treatment. In our latest episode on Thursday 30th July, Professor Charles Kingsland, our Group Clinical Director, and renowned conception and pregnancy expert Zita West, founder of The Zita West Clinic, discussed everything to do with PCOS, endometriosis and fertility, including your treatment options and things you can do from home to improve your chances of success.
You can watch the this episode of Charles and Zita with CARE below, and all previous episodes on our YouTube channel.
It's easy to get started, if you have any questions or want to arrange a consultation, just call our new patient enquiry team on 0800 5642270