About Us

Our Mission

“The Fertility Medication Centre was created as a socially responsible and ethical organisation which believes that every patient undergoing fertility treatment should be able to obtain the medication for their fertility treatment at an affordable price.”

- Eddie Kuan, CEO

We understand the cost of fertility treatment can be a substantial financial commitment with medication costing up to a further two thirds of the basic IVF Cycle prices advertised by Fertility Clinics and representing 40% of the overall total cost for an IVF Cycle.

The Fertility Medication Centre mission is to make the cost of medication affordable and thereby making Fertility treatment more accessible to all patients.

We have negotiated the best prices from our accredited pharmacy company and our Partner The Mediserve Clinic and will pass on these savings to patients who use our service achieving a potential saving of up to 25% of your Medication costs. This is how we can help you save money to be used for your New Family.

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We support your right to start or grow your Family by making your Fertility Medication costs affordable.
Let us Partner with you on your Fertility Journey to success by saving you money on every Cycle.

Our Philosophy

IVF Funded by the NHS has reduced dramatically over the years. Now over 65% of IVF Cycles in England are carried out in Private IVF Clinics where the HFEA state “fertility clinics are free to set their own costs just like any other private healthcare provider. This means that the same treatment could be two or even three times more expensive depending on which clinic you choose.”

Professor Adam Balen, Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists spokesman on reproductive medicine, said the continued fall in NHS-funded cycles was “hugely disappointing”.

“In England, many CCGs have reduced funding for fertility treatment and, as a result, the share of IVF cycles funded by the NHS has declined across most regions. IVF is seen to be an easy target.”

The decline in NHS funding for Fertility Treatment and the time it can take the NHS to eventually start a Patient on a Cycle from 3 months to 3 years, combined with the Biological clock ticking which means that increasing age reduces the probability of women becoming pregnant has driven Patients who want to start a Family and cannot naturally to Private Clinics which remain unregulated on Pricing and where pricing can vary from Clinic to Clinic by as much as 300%.

“In England, many CCGs have reduced funding for fertility treatment and, as a result, the share of IVF cycles funded by the NHS has declined across most regions. IVF is seen to be an easy target.”

The decline in NHS funding for Fertility Treatment and the time it can take the NHS to eventually start a Patient on a Cycle from 3 months to 3 years, combined with the Biological clock ticking which means that increasing age reduces the probability of women becoming pregnant has driven Patients who want to start a Family and cannot naturally to Private Clinics which remain unregulated on Pricing and where pricing can vary from Clinic to Clinic by as much as 300%.

A number of CCGs have now added further hurdles to prevent Women from obtaining IVF on the NHS. The Sunday Times reported on August 9 2020 that “ Women in 24 NHS Regions (out of 135) are being barred from access to IVF in a postcode lottery for funding that requires them to prove that they are in a stable relationship “whilst the other 111 NHS Regions do not.” Kate ( who worked in education ) of east London initially sought NHS Funded IVF aged 39 “ but due to the complexities and risks associated with the stable relationship rule ended up paying £ 20,000 to go private rather than risk being refused. More than 1.4 Million women aged 20-42 live in the 24 NHS Regions where the eligibility rules demand stable relationships.

The intention of The Fertility Medication Centre is to help by materially reducing the pricing of medication for fertility treatments as a whole without reducing the quality of service and ultimately to make having a Family more affordable and accessible, and trying to ensure that this can be done with the Patient incurring the least amount of debt possible.

To this end we work with an accredited pharmacy company, Stork Fertility Service who are supplying medication to most of the fertility clinics patients in the UK and also is a major supplier of medication to the NHS.

The intention of The Fertility Medication Centre is to help by materially reducing the pricing of medication for fertility treatments as a whole without reducing the quality of service and ultimately to make having a Family more affordable and accessible, and trying to ensure that this can be done with the Patient incurring the least amount of debt possible.

To this end we work with an accredited pharmacy company, Stork Fertility Service who are supplying medication to most of the fertility clinics patients in the UK and also is a major supplier of medication to the NHS.

Meet the Team

John Smith

Director

Jane Smith

Director

John Smith

Director

Jane Smith

Director