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Fertility Solutions will remain open during COVID-19

In light of the governments recent suspension of all elective surgeries, Fertility Solutions will continue to provide fertility treatment for those patients who have already commenced treatment. That means, that if you have commenced treatment we will continue as planned. Your nursing team will continue to communicate with you to ensure treatment is uninterrupted. 

Treatments During COVID-19 and Re-Starting Your Journey

Fertility Solutions will continue to remain open during the COVID-19 crisis.  Our team of specialist and nurses will be able to provide our patients with telehealth consultations to prepare for future treatment cycles. Additionally, Fertility Solutions is a unique clinic, in that it can offer certain patients access to clinic egg collection and embyro transfers. What this means is, you need to contact your fertility specialist who will advise based on each individual situation.  

It is important to note that Fertility Solutions advise patients who are planning to start fertility treatment at this time, consult with their treating specialist and discuss the appropriateness of postponing their treatment. 

Support and Well Being

We recognise that the current environment in regards to COVID-19 is very stressful, and we encourage and remind patients that they can access counselling services as part of their treatment cycle.  If you wish to speak with our qualified fertility counsellors, please email nurseassistant@fssc.com.au or call 1300 FERTILITY.

Please be assured that we are regularly reviewing the latest information available to us so we can continue to provide our patients with the highest quality fertility treatment, while ensuring we actively put in practical steps as a business to minimise the risk to our patients, staff and community.

The environment is changing at an hourly rate so please stay tuned, stay safe and well and contact us if you need assistance.

If you have any questions or concerns you can always call our friendly team on 1300 337 845 or Contact the Department of Health directly on 1800 020 080.