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


First live birth following uterine transplantation from a deceased donor

    Medical journal ‘The Lancet’ has just published an article describing the very first live birth following uterine transplantation from a deceased donor, carried out in São Paulo, Brazil. The transplant recipient was born with Mayer-Rokitansky-Küster-Hauser syndrome, a congenital disorder which prevents development of the uterus. The patient, who underwent IVF seven months post-transplant, … Read more

Annual Fertility Nurses Conference

We had great representation at the annual fertility nurses conference, Sharing Best Practise, in the Royal Marine Hotel, recently. Among staff that attended were Chloe Kelly, Fertility Nurse, Helen Groarke, Senior Fertility Nurse, Eileen Barrett, Nurse Manager. Read more
Healthy Eating

Healthy Eating – Baked Salmon & Mixed Bean Salsa

This meal is suitable for the following: healthy eating, weight management, low GI, preconception, endometriosis, PCOS, men’s health. Salmon is a great source of protein and is rich in healthy omega 3 fatty acids and vitamin D. It is also a good source of iron. Mixed beans are a low GI food and a great … Read more

UK fertility regulator to issue new rules on expensive IVF add-ons

IVF patients will need to be told when expensive “add-ons” to fertility treatments are not likely to be effective, under new rules due to be issued to clinics later this year. The crackdown by the government’s fertility regulator, the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority, comes as an increasing number of clinics are charging patients top-up fees … Read more