Open Day How to Boost your Chances of Conception
On Sunday, 15 April 2012, Sims IVF hosts an Open Day for couples who want to find out more about how to boost fertility and how to treat potential infertility problems.
The Open Day provides an unprecedented insight into the world of fertility testing and infertility treatment, for those who are not already patients of Sims. Our medical team will provide presentations on topics that are highly relevant to couples who seek to have a baby in today’s society. You get the opportunity to learn about:
Sims endeavours to offer respect, care and medical excellence in a confidential setting. Clinical staff will also be on standby to talk with you about your particular circumstances.
The SIms Open Day is Free.
Places limited, please book early
About Sims IVF
We have offered hope to couples for over 15 years and are now internationally recognised as leaders in reproductive medicine in Ireland. Sims IVF was the first in the country to implement a donor gamete transfer programme and to utilise blastocyst culture and transfer. Many of our patients come to us because they failed to become pregnant elsewhere and have discovered that we offer more advanced solutions than other clinics.
We aim to make Sims IVF is a sanctuary – a place of support, confidentiality and medical excellence.
In 2011 we moved to our modern, hi-tech clinic in Clonskeagh, Dublin – a clinic designed with patients in mind and based on feedback from both staff and patients. We are at the cutting edge, providing some of the most advanced and successful testing technology and IVF treatments to our patients.
We adhere to Five Core Principles to ensure that you as a patient get the best possible care, in order to maximise your chances of becoming pregnant and having a healthy baby.
1. A Commitment to Care
2. Advanced Infertility Testing
3. State of the Art Facilities
4. Leaders in Reproductive Medicine in Ireland
5. Excellent Results
Our commitment is to care for you, so that you can realise your dream of having a baby.