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Treatments at the London Women's Clinic Canterbury
Our LWC Canterbury clinic provides a full range of fertility treatments and services. All consultations, investigations and treatment monitoring takes place at our newly refurbished clinic in the centre of Canterbury with IUI, egg collection and embryo transfer taking place at our state-of-the-art facilities in Harley Street - just an hour's train ride away.
Outstanding success rates in London & the South East
Fertility Open Days at the LWC Canterbury
The LWC Canterbury provides free monthly seminars for women and couples looking to find out more about their fertility treatment options.
Meet some of the LWC Canterbury Team
Our experienced and approachable team of medical professionals and front of house staff both in Canterbury and our partner clinic Harley Street will guide you through your treatment journey with us.
Ajantha Boopathi, Clinical Associate in Reproductive Medicine
Ajantha is particularly interested in polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) and egg donation and has written published research papers on HELLP Syndrome (a variant of preeclampsia) and third stage labour. Before joining our Canterbury clinic she worked as a registrar in obstetrics and gynaecology at Birmingham Women’s Hospital. She holds a MBBS, MS (OG), DGO and MRCOG
Bhavna Raikundalia, Clinic Manager & Senior Embryologist
Bhavna is a clinical embryologist state registered by the Healthcare Professions Council, a diplomate of the Royal College of Pathologists. She has over 20 year’s experience in clinical embryology and has just re -joined the LWC team. She has a strong Quality Management, Compliance and Training background. She has a keen interest in vitrification.
Andrea Nichols, Deputy Clinic Coordinator and Phlebotomist
Andrea has been with the LWC Kent clinic since opening. She has a wealth of experience in medical administration. Prior to joining LWC Kent Andrea spent 8 years working as a senior assistant health care scientist. She is also a qualified phlebotomist.
Mary McCann, Fertility Counsellor
Mary qualified as an Senior Registered Nurse at University College Hospital London. She attained a diploma in Counselling in 1994 and received her BACP accreditation in 2004 and BICA accredited a few years later. She has been working as a fertility counsellor for over 20 years in both NHS and privately clinic. Her specialist areas of interest are fertility and oncology.