The Shropshire and Mid Wales Fertility Centre has one of the highest success rates in fertility treatment within Shropshire, The West Midlands and Wales.
Since opening in 1991, Shropshire and Mid Wales Fertility Centre have supported thousands of couples to conceive through a variety of fertility techniques. The centre utilises the latest advancements in science delivered by a renowned team of consultants, scientists and fertility nurses.
Shropshire and Mid Wales Fertility Centre is an NHS Assisted Conception Centre that operates from the Severn Fields Health Village, Shrewsbury and offers the latest in assisted conception methods and technology to both NHS patients and those funding their own treatment. There are three pathways available for those funding their own treatment, Self-funded, private and by partnering with Access Fertility.
The Centre is fully regulated and licensed by the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA) the UK’s independent regulator. The HFEA licenses fertility clinics and centres carrying out in vitro fertilisation (IVF), other assisted conception procedures and human embryo research.
We pride ourselves on the quality of our care, high success rates and the “personal and caring” approach to our patients.
Fertility “Open evenings” are restarting on the first Wednesday of every month from 2nd September 2020. It is not possible to “drop in” to the clinic at the moment so instead we are offering pre-booked telephone appointments between 6-8pm. Anyone wanting a free telephone consultation with one of our fertility experts can email email@example.com before 3pm on the day of the open evening. Callers are requested to include in the email their name, phone number and clearly state that you wish to be called relating to the open evening. Please do not include any sensitive personal information in an email.
3 November 2020: Shropshire and Mid Wales Fertility clinic would like to reassure our patients that it is our intention to continue with treatments throughout the second lockdown and beyond unless we are told to stop either by the HFEA, our professional bodies or a decision made by our hospital trust. Out-patient appointments, including support counselling, will continue by phone or video link. Please see the Coronavirus page for the most up to date information.