Which CCGs are open to transferring your NHS IVF funding to a private infertility clinic?

15th May 2014 in IVF

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As NICE issues new guidelines and a ‘quality standard’ urging Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) to offer three full cycles of IVF universally for women aged under 40, and one cycle for women aged 40-42, did you know that if you do get IVF on your local NHS that you’re not limited to treatment at an NHS unit?

At Manchester Fertility we’re highly specialised in helping you arrange transfer of your NHS funding for your IVF/ICSI cycle to our private care.

There are many reasons you may prefer not to attend your local NHS clinic – it could be their success rates are not high for patients with your particular fertility issues, or you feel you would receive better care and chances of success privately, as we offer technologies and techniques such as EmbryoScope time-lapse which may not be available on the NHS.

Whatever your reasons, we have successfully helped many of our patients secure funding so their treatment with us is paid for by their local NHS. Our Patient Advisor Hayley Weedall is specialised in understanding the process.

But which CCGs are most open to agreeing your request for NHS funding transfer? We have successfully helped patients under the care of Salford, Central Manchester, North Manchester, East Cheshire and Trafford NHS CCGs to date. We have the knowledge of how they view requests,  and the skills to present your reasons for your funding request.

So if you do receive NHS IVF where you live, but would prefer to have your treatment with us, please get in touch with us on 0161 300 2737. You can also read our helpful guide here.

Last updated: 20th January 2020