Complete Fertility, a local IVF and fertility treatment provider, has opened a new satellite clinic in Bournemouth providing fertility treatment closer to home for Dorset patients.

To support the opening, people trying for a baby are invited  to a local free fertility information evening at The Village Hotel, Bournemouth on Tuesday, May 21, from 5.30pm to 7pm.

Complete Fertility Centre is in Strouden Park Surgery, just off Castle Lane West, opposite Castle Lane shopping centre, with easy access for patients from Bournemouth, Poole and Christchurch. There is also ample free parking for patients. Patients can book their place at the free event via the Complete Fertility Centre website

This Bournemouth fertility clinic is open and providing appointments to self-funding and NHS-funded patients.

The centre’s service is available to anyone concerned about their fertility who would like advice about the fertility investigations and treatment options available to them.

Expert fertility specialists, Ms Mili Saran and Mr Andrew Mukherjee are providing local, convenient fertility care to Dorset patients. Initial appointments and consultations to discuss treatment with a doctor, scans, nurse planning consultations, and follow up’s will be available.

Ms Mili Saran said: “We understand that patients want the very best care locally and at their convenience. Opening our satellite clinic in Bournemouth allows us to bring the same professional and friendly fertility care with minimal travel time and no waiting lists for our Dorset patients.“

The expansion comes a year after the acquisition of Complete Fertility Centre by Virtus Health Ltd, the assisted Reproductive rervices (ARS) provider in Australia and Ireland. It is part of its development plans to provide the best fertility care to patients on the South Coast of England. As part of its inward investment Virtus Health has completely refurbished the Complete Fertility’s Centre clinic in Southampton, which has benefited from significant investment in new technology to ensure the best possible outcomes for patients.

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