Welcome to Galway Fertility ClinicGalway Fertility Clinic has been providing advice and fertility treatment in Ireland for over 20 years and in that time we have shared the joy of bringing thousands of babies into the world.

For some couples, this can be the start of a long and challenging road to achieve their dream of becoming a parent. Today, with the help of assisted conception, many couples are successful in achieving that goal. For some, all that is required is advice or a simple approach, while for others high level technology such as IVF, may be needed.

At Galway Fertility Clinic (GFC), we understand how important having a family is to you and can assure you that we will provide you with the highest standard of fertility care available.

Originally established in 1994 in University Hospital Galway, we relocated in 2009 to our state of the art facility on the western perimeter of Galway city.  We are the only private clinic in the west of Ireland providing an extensive range of advanced assisted reproductive services. Our Consultants have access to a full range of diagnostic, surgical and support services of Galway University Hospital and other professional partners.

Galway Fertility Clinic is licenced as a Tissue Establishment by the Irish Medicines Board/HPRA, showing full compliance with National and EU Legislation governing the quality & safety of human tissues and cells. We are regularly audited and continue to maintain the standards required.

Since its establishment, our clinic has been at the forefront of introducing the latest IVF technologies to Ireland. Your treatment will be co-ordinated by an expert fertility specialist supported by an experienced team of medical, scientific, nursing and administrative personnel.

We strive to provide you with a professional individualised treatment program with compassion and care, with the aim of realising your dream of becoming a parent.  While this may not be possible for every client, it is our hope that we will support you at all steps taken during this journey.

Sincerely

Dr Declan Egan