From 18th May until further notice, we will be open:

  • Monday 0900-1630
  • Tuesday 0900-1630
  • Wednesday 0900-1630
  • Thursday 0900-1630
  • Friday 0900-1630

We're re-opening!

Following HFEA’s decision to authorise clinics to reopen from this week onwards (May 11th), our clinic submitted an application to resume treatments and services. We are delighted that HFEA has approved our application, and has listed King’s Fertility as one of the clinics that will soon be open for business.

We have an ongoing commitment to follow all of HFEA guidelines in order to ensure that the safety of patients and clinical staff remains our top priority. We have put in place a COVID-19 treatment commencement strategy, in order to provide a safe service and environment. We are working very hard to make sure that we can accommodate our current and new patients as soon as possible. Please bear with us as we make the details more available.

We are here to answer all of your questions and help in the best way possible. Please know that we are experiencing a high volume of enquiries and there might be an initial delay in a member of staff getting to you. In the meantime, for further information, including some questions and answers, can also be found on the HFEA website here.

With our best wishes,

King’s Fertility

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