2014 was a great year for everyone at Herts & Essex Fertility Centre.
Our ‘Donate the gift of life’ advertising campaign proved to be particularly effective, leading to a surge in Black and Asian egg donations after the campaign went live at the start of 2014.
Kerry Morgan, a lovely client of ours who gave birth to twin girls at the age of 39, had her story published in Woman’s Own, inspiring other single women like her and alternative families to look into the possibility of starting a family of their own.
Our laboratory team came third out of 78 top performing laboratories for their skills in embryo assessment, acknowledging their high level of expertise in this area (UK National External Quality Assessment Service).
Our new stand at the London Olympia 2014 Fertility Show was very well received, and the range of advice and information that we had on display was particularly popular with visitors. We also raised £465 for Infertility Network UK after taking part in The Great Embryo Challenge, which was run by the charity during National Fertility Awareness Week.
And last but by no means least, we had the pleasure of a visit from little Aiden Mitchell, a Herts & Essex baby who was about to celebrate his first Christmas after being saved by a revolutionary new cooling blanket after experiencing complications at birth.
But despite these, and all our other wonderful 2014 success stories, our prices won’t be going up in 2015. We have decided to keep our test and treatment costs at their 2014 prices, giving you the same great level of service, care and commitment, without a New Year price hike.
To find out more about our prices and range of tests and treatments, have a look at our Prices and offers page.