Why do you provide early morning, evening and weekend fertility appointments?

At London IVF and Genetics Centre, we have established ourselves on the philosophy of a very patient centred approach. We appreciate that these days the most precious commodity that everyone has is probably their time. Therefore to help our patients balance their professional and personal priorities, some of which can be very time sensitive, we believe that our patients should have more choices so that they can pursue their personal priorities without having to compromise their professional ones.

Therefore this is the basic philosophy on which we provide these range of fertility appointments. This includes early evening fertility appointments or consultation up to half-past seven in the evening, or weekend fertility appointments. Even for some patients who would struggle to fit any of these appointments, they have an option of an exclusive fertility appointment which obviously comes at a premium cost. This will certainly also depend on the consultant’s availability.

Based on a commitment to providing the patient-centric approach, for those patients were going through the monitoring, we provide an out of hours monitoring facility. The basic sense of this is that patients can attend the monitoring scans and blood tests and still be at work at 9 am. They do not have to stress themselves of having to wait in the waiting room for a blood test and a scan and worry about a meeting they may be late to.

To help a woman balance her professional and personal priorities, we provide a range of flexibility and choices so that they can balance both at the same time.

By | 2016-11-04T12:50:40+00:00 November 10th, 2016|Clinic|Comments Off on Why do you provide early morning, evening and weekend fertility appointments?

About the Author:

Dr Krishna is Director of London IVF and Genetics Centre. She is a highly experienced Consultant Gynaecologist and specialist in Fertility and reproductive medicine. She manages couples with male or female cause of subfertility across the full range of complexity. She has special interest in managing patients with repeated treatment failures and those who respond poorly. She has published in professional journals and presented at national and international meetings. She is passionate in delivering best possible treatment outcomes and experience, as evidenced by patient feedback.