Lean on me - why our support is crucial when you go through IVF

27th January 2012 in News

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We’ve had some fantastic news here at Manchester Fertility. One of our fertility nurses – Sharon Bannatyne – has made it through to the national finals of the Claire Rayner Patient’s Choice Awards.

Sharon was nominated by one of our patients for the award, which is designed to recognise healthcare professionals who go the ‘extra mile’.

Her nomination is a great testament to Sharon and indeed the entire team here, because at this clinic we put a lot of emphasis on patient care.  And the importance of this care can’t be underestimated if you’re going through infertility treatment.

Our fertility nurses in particular are here to provide you with personal support when you need it. A shoulder to cry on, a listening ear – all of this is so very crucial when you’re faced with the frustration infertility brings, and we understand all of the emotions you will go through, both individually and as a couple. Our nurses are always there at the end of the phone to support you at every step.

At Manchester Fertility, we think of ourselves as one big family. Indeed our team has worked together for many, many years and this is reflected in the sense of friendliness many of our patients report back to us.

To us, you’re not just ‘another patient’ notching up our numbers. We feel privileged every time we meet new people like you who need our help to achieve a family. As a team we share in your excitement, and it’s a huge cause for celebration for all of us when yet another Manchester Fertility’ baby is born, and equally we share the disappointment when perhaps treatment doesn’t work the way we all want it to.

One thing you can count on is that we are all completely committed to helping you have your baby, and ‘going the extra mile’ is something we all do every day, as part of this. But don’t just take our word for it. Read our testimonials to see what patients think of us. And we look forward to seeing you soon.

Last updated: 20th January 2020