Official at last, we have a new home to look forward to when we relocate from Queen Mary's to Kingston Hospital in June 2012. There has been a unit at Queen Mary's since 1994 but we have outgrown the space and it is time to look forward to expanding the services we provide in our new, large and purpose built unit. We will have more space and better facilities so that we are able to meet the ever increasing demand for fertility treatment in the South West London and Surrey areas.

Of course there will be some sadness at leaving Roehampton where we developed our unique approach to providing assisted conception but the fertility clinics will remain so we will have plenty of opportunity to visit old friends on a regular basis.

We are keen to keep everyone fully informed about the move and as such we will be making regular entries to this blog and we have introduced a twitter feed @kingstonacu which we would encourage everyone to follow.

NHS Surrey reinstate funding in full for IVF and IUI treatments

We welcome the decision made by NHS Surrey to reinstate funding for assisted conception from April 2012. Please see agenda item 13 from the NHS Board meeting of the 4th November and the subsequent press release from the 9th November for more information as to the rationale and fine detail behind this decision. Both of these documents may be downloaded below

We, at Queen Mary's will be writing to all of the NHS Surrey couples who we have identified as needing assisted conception by the end of November so that we can proceed with treatment. as soon as possible.

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NHS Surrey Agenda item 13 from Board Meeting 4th November

NHS Surrey Press Release 9th November

The 2010 success rates including our live birth rate are now available. Live Birth Rate for women under 38 years is 45%

We are very proud of our results which continue to be above the national average with 45% of all our IVF/ICSI patients below the age of 38 achieving a live birth per cycle started. You can download the latest date here or navigate to our download section for more information.

Our overall live birth rate is 37% per cycle started and 43% per embryo transfer.

pdf_icon-small Success Rates for 2010