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.



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

Add Ons

IVF Clinics Face New Crackdown on add-on treatments

As a not-for-profit clinic, we at Merrion Fertility Clinic and the National Maternity Hospital are passionate about fairness and making our treatment as affordable as possible for all our patients. We urge patients and the general public to carefully consider all the information regarding different treatments and pricing. And we encourage you to write to … Read more
Insights Fertility Nurse Conference

Insights Fertility Nurse Conference

Meet Eileen Barrett, Nurse Manager, and Patricia Crummey, Senior Fertility Nurse who attended the annual INSIGHTS Fertility Nurses meeting in Birmingham this week. The meeting gives a wonderful  opportunity to fertility nurses throughout Ireland and the UK to network and discuss aspects of assisted reproduction and processes in their respective units.     Read more
Childhood Cancer

Fertility Preservation in Cancer

  The Irish Cancer Society hosted their ‘Living Well with and Beyond Cancer’ 2019 national conference on Saturday September 7th in Dublin. This annual conference provides information and support to enable people to live well after a cancer diagnosis. MFC clinical fellow Dr Maebh Horan gave a talk on fertility preservation in childhood cancer, and … Read more
Anti-Müllerian hormone

New MFC Research Study

New MFC research study suggests that Anti-Müllerian hormone and progesterone levels in human follicular fluid are predictors of embryonic development. A recent study from Dr Yvonne O’ Brien, from her time with MFC, has found that AMH and progesterone levels are higher in follicular fluid surrounding oocytes that go on to become good quality blastocysts, … Read more