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MIVF | Clinic East Melbourne

Our main fertility clinic is a purpose-built consultation and procedural facility, laboratory and day surgery. In this one location you have access to all fertility treatments and services, including fertility specialist appointments, initial screening tests, and all associated procedures, such as egg collection and embryo transfer.

Our East Melbourne clinic currently has 20 fertility specialists consulting in private rooms within the Freemasons Medical Centre, next to the fertility clinic. Each specialist works with a small team of nurses and patient liaison administrators, to provide continuity of care for each patient.

We also have a counselling team, providing one of the most comprehensive fertility counselling services in the country, for both mandatory and support advice before, during and after treatment.

You’ll enjoy a high level of privacy and comfort at the East Melbourne Specialist Day Hospital, our purpose-built day hospital, which includes two operating theatres and a 19 bed recovery unit. Our specialist nurses, anaesthetists and surgeons will take care of you at every step of the process.

Our specialised in-house pathology and andrology laboratories carry out tests for fertility diagnostic and treatment purposes, and we also offer one of the most comprehensive donor programs for people wishing to donate or use donated eggs, sperm or embryos, and surrogacy.

Contacting our East Melbourne clinic
•To arrange to see a particular fertility specialist, please call the direct number shown on their profile below.
•To speak to – or make an appointment with – a nurse, counsellor or patient liaison administrator, please call (03) 9473 4444.
•If you’re getting in touch for the first time, and have a general enquiry, please call 1800 111 483.

A/Prof John McBain

Posted by on Jan 29, 2012 in East Melbourne | 0 comments

A/Prof John McBain

MB ChB MRCOG FRANZCOG Highly experienced, thorough and compassionate. Born in Glasgow, John graduated in medicine from Glasgow University, and trained in obstetrics and gynaecology in Scotland. He came to Australia in 1976 to join the group of doctors researching IVF, as part of which he developed programmes that led to safe, successful super-ovulation. John was President of the Fertility Society of Australia in 1991, and Chairman of Melbourne IVF from 1998 to 2005. He became Head of Reproductive Services – ART at The Women’s Hospital...

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