This has been an exciting year for our parent company JD Healthcare, whose patient base and service scope have expanded to include the Bridge Centre and the London Ultrasound Centre alongside the London Women's Clinic and London Sperm Bank. We now have the facilities and experience to treat more patients and within a much broader range of women's health and fertility. Joining forces with the Bridge Centre in South London brings with it a thoroughbred pedigree in fertility care as well as expert services in 'satellite IVF' with local hospitals, and egg donation in collaboration with overseas clinics (where donor eggs are more plenitful).
You can find out more about all these developments in our latest issue of Ova, which, as ever, we hope you enjoy.
Dr Kamal Ahuja
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In the latest issue:
Introducing our patient co-ordinators
To ensure the patient journey runs smoothly the LWC has created two patient co-ordinator roles to ensure that patients feel well supported at every stage of treatment.
The new generation of egg donors
Just a year or two ago there were long waiting lists for egg donation in the UK. LWC consultant, Dr Shailaja Nair, tells Ova what has happened since then.
Twins for two mums
England women’s soccer veteran, Casey Stoney, and her partner, Megan Harris, are proud parents of IVF twins, born with the help of IVF and donor sperm.
Increased IVF success with cumulative treatments
The LWC believes in giving patients a realistic expectation of IVF success – a healthy birth. Here we find out the benefits of offering a three cycle package that defines costs and eligibility from the start.