Merrion Fertility Clinic was established in 1998 by Prof Mary Wingfield and other fellow Doctors at the National Maternity Hospital, Dublin.
Since then the clinic has gained a reputation as a leading IVF clinic in Ireland, providing treatment cycles for hundreds of couples every year and achieving pregnancy rates above the internationally recognised norms.

 

Merrion Fertility Clinic is unique in that our close links with the National Maternity Hospital ensure that our patients have the full support services of a respected maternity hospital. Merrion Fertility Clinic Doctors are also staff of the hospital and can provide surgery and pregnancy care if required.

 

As a non-profit making charitable organization, any profits are reinvested back into improving clinic services and facilities.

 

Your partner in fertility… Every step of the way.

 

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Professor Mary Wingfield (Clinical Director) and Carol McGee (General Manager) explain MFC’s relationship with the National Maternity Hospital and it’s not for profit status

Legal regulation and public funding is essential

‘Expert predicts number of women freezing their eggs to have babies later in life will rise’ – The Irish Times The Irish Times discusses Prof. Fishel’s thoughts on the importance of regulation with fertility treatments, public funding and the increasing number of younger women freezing their eggs for future use due to social pressures to … Read more
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BFS Fertility Conference – Liverpool

MFC staff from Clinical, Embryology and Nursing Departments attended the British Fertility Society (BFS) conference in Liverpool last week. We’re very proud to say that two of our clinicians (Dr. Yvonne O’Brien and Dr. David Crosby)  were chosen to present their excellent research as part of the BFS Young clinician award session. Follow the link below to learn more about … Read more

Christmas Opening Hours

We will be closed from 4pm on Thursday, 21st December and will re-open at 8am on Tuesday, 2nd  January. If you are an existing patient and have a serious concern please contact The National Maternity Hospital on 01 6373100.  Otherwise, you may leave a voicemail message on tel. no.  01 6635000 and this will be … Read more

Prof Wingfield’s study with Trinity College selected for an Award

Prof Wingfield’s study with Trinity College Dublin on uterine natural killer cells in endometriosis has been selected for a RAMI Research Award in the Biomedical Science category! See below for information on this publication. This category received a large number of submissions, so this is a significant achievement. The RAMI Research Awards 2017 will be held on Wed … Read more