Life is about making choices. Making an informed choice about infertility treatment requires comprehensive information about your options and here we provide general and specific information about infertility, how infertility can be managed, and what types of treatment options are available for various infertility types and problems. The main task of an IVF clinic is to successfully diagnose the problem and to successfully identify a customized solution for each and every patient so that the outcome of a fertility treatment can be optimized. This requires substantial amount of experience and expertise and a careful testing and screening process. North Cyprus IVF was established in 1998 and since that date, it has given the chance to thousands of couples to have the baby they had been longing for.
Being a pioneer in the field of fertility treatments in Cyprus, North Cyprus IVF was the very first clinic to be established in the North. Again, North Cyprus IVF was the very first clinic to introduce egg and sperm donation programs and later on, gender selection for family balancing. Now, our clinic is proud to be the only clinic in the North to have its own genetics laboratory where all the genetic testing and screening are performed in house, without needing assistance from third party laboratories.
As the first ISO 9000 qualified clinic in Northern Cyprus, North Cyprus IVF has been leading the way in fertility treatments since its establishment. Our clinic cooperates and collaborates with many prestigious hospitals, scientists and agencies all over the world in order to provide you the highest quality of treatments available. This collaboration has brought the cutting edge MicroSort ® technologies to Cyprus in late 2011. The MicroSort ® technology that allows for highest precision sperm sorting for gender selection treatment is only offered in Mexico and now at our clinic for family balancing reasons. North Cyprus IVF is the only patented clinic to offer this method in the entire world except for the Americas. North Cyprus IVF Centre combines low cost affordable treatments, highest level of technology and know-how with high success rates for its patients.
Our award winning director, Dr. Savas Ozyigit has numerous publications and is the author of the “Egg Donation” chapter in the very first IVF textbook published in Turkey. He is a member of the American Society of Reproductive Medicine and the European Society for Human Reproduction and Embryology.
Approximately 90 percent of patients receiving various infertility treatments in a given year at North Cyprus IVF Centre come from abroad, suggesting that besides technical and medical aspects of infertility treatment, non-technical issues such as transportation, accommodation and their associated costs may also play a critical role in the process of delivery of fertility services. This suggests that not only the medical care itself, but the whole experience is likely to form our patients’ opinions about how satisfied they are with the services they receive at our facilities. With standard health care services received through a local provider, patients are likely to shape their perceptions based on a number of factors associated with the technical and functional aspects of service provision within the geographical limits of the clinic/hospital. However, with our traveling patients, the comfort of flight, local transportation arrangements, the comfort of hotel accommodation and how easily they can communicate with local people are also likely to affect how satisfied they are with the health care services.
For this end, North Cyprus IVF Center has adopted a number of measures in order to better meet the expectations of its patients. The clinic received its ISO 9001 certificate in August 2008, proving its compliance with international standards. Both internal and external audits we organize help us keep the quality of our services high and our patients satisfied. In order to succeed, one needs to be in search of areas that can be further developed and fit to needs of the patients. This necessitates being more patient oriented and focusing on the needs and expectations of patients when offering services.