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

Easter

Easter Opening Hours

The clinic will be closed from 4pm on Thursday, 18th April and will re-open at 8am on Tuesday, 23rd April. However, the clinic will be open for patients currently undergoing treatment. MFC Staff would like to wish you all a very happy Easter. Read more
Congress

18th World Congress of the Academy of Human Reproduction 2019

Merrion Fertility Clinic were delighted to participate in the 18th World Congress of the Academy of Human Reproduction, held in the Convention Centre Dublin on April 3-6th. MFC research was high on the agenda, with invited talks by both Prof. Wingfield and Dr. Allen, as well as six research presentations by clinical fellows Dr. Hartigan, … Read more
Expensive Add-ons

HFEA rating system for expensive “add ons”

A recent article in the Sunday Times has revealed that expensive ‘add-on’ treatments are still being offered by a number of Irish fertility clinics. Despite recommendations by the U.K. Human Fertility and Embryology Authority (HFEA), which highlights the alarming lack of evidence for benefit and safety of such treatments, some private fertility clinics have persisted … Read more
Fitness

“I wanted to be a runaway mum, but fear held me back”

Irish T.V. presenter Kathryn Thomas recently penned an excellent article discussing her struggle to overcome the fear of losing a pregnancy after several miscarriages, and how this affected her passion for running. We know that a healthy diet and exercise improve fertility, and moderate exercise during IVF and pregnancy is important for general wellbeing and … Read more