Free open evenings: Treatments, IVF and using donor sperm

3rd February 2014 in Infertility

Want to know more about our private infertility treatments? Our free open evenings are a great way for you to meet our team and learn more about the many ways we can help you have a family.

We will be holding open evenings dedicated to donor sperm insemination, and also evenings covering all our fertility services including IVF.

So what can you expect from our open evenings? A friendly welcome of course, but in essence an informal, relaxed way for you to understand about how we work, with no obligation to become a patient.

Our open evenings are not about a ‘hard sell’ designed to add you to our patient books. We simply want to help you understand more about the journey you are considering undertaking, and how our expert team can help you through it – whether it’s our specialist fertility consultants, nursing team or counsellors.

Our Patient Advisors are the team you will meet on the night, and they will talk you through your options and different treatments you can have with us, a bit about the treatment processes when you become a patient and what you can expect from our team throughout your time with us. You’ll also be given a tour of our clinic so you can see our state-of-the-art facilities for yourself.

If you are attending a dedicated donor insemination evening, this is where we explain to you what the treatment involves and the types of donors we can offer you. You’ll be able to find out how we recruit our sperm donors, what sperm donor choices you will be given and reassured about the quality of our donors in terms of the strict screening criteria they must undergo.

You’re able to ask any questions you have – and don’t worry we’re always here if you think of any to ask afterwards, just call us on 0161 300 2730 or info@manchesterfertility.com.

Dates for our Open Evenings are here. Places are limited so please book your slot early.

This information was published 5 years, 10 months ago and was correct at the time of publication. It may not reflect our current practices, prices or regulations.