Giving you the best chance of success
We use the latest scientific techniques and technology to assess your individual circumstances. We then develop an individual treatment plan based on your needs to give you the best chance of success.
“Our goal is not only to improve outcomes for our patients, but to improve the chances of success for everyone undergoing infertility treatment…” Dr. Ryan Rose, Director of Research and Innovation
Why choose Fertility SA?
Honest intelligent advice
We provide honest and intelligent advice about your treatment options, costs and potential success. We listen and know that everyone has a different journey.
Best available treatment
We care deeply about our patients and the integrity of the medical treatment we provide. We offer proven techniques and a world-class laboratory.
Every patient has an individualised plan and all of our doctors are fertility specialists with vast experience treating infertility.
The proper ins and outs of sperm donations in South Australia
Fertility SA specialists and staff are concerned over the Advertiser article “Sperm donation Australia: 100 women keen to have baby with Adam Hooper” written by Jackie Sinnerton (6 August 2022). The author, Ms Sinnerton, talks about one donor supplying multiple women, an unregulated practice. Fertility SA acknowledge and accept that some women are comfortable with…Read More
Seminar Event | RANZCOG SA/NT – A Pathway to Fertility Medicine
RANZCOG SA/NT – A Pathway to Fertility Medicine At the invitation of Fertility SA and the SA/NT branch of RANZCOG This seminar event is intended for O & G’s in training along with those gynaecology specialists who have recently moved into private practice. It is designed to provide information regarding the fertility medicine pathway, the…Read More
Male infertility is more common than we think
ABC RN article Male infertility is more common than we think. By Sophie Kesteven and Lindy Raine for Big Ideas Thu 14 Jul 2022 Ref: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-07-14/male-infertility-more-common-than-thought-professor-gardner/101190658 The article says “Often, female infertility is considered first. But male infertility and subfertility is very common. In fact, it affects one in 20 Australian men of reproductive age.” “like many aspects of health, male fertility is affected…Read More