The clinic has already helped hundreds of women in the Yorkshire area to achieve their dream of starting a family, and is set to help even more with the expansion of its services into York.
Women from Leeds and the surrounding areas will now be able to access the York clinic either through NHS referrals or by private appointments and there are currently no waiting list times for initial consultations and appropriate investigations.
The clinic will be offering initial appointments, progressing with treatments such as insemination procedures, IVF, the use of donor eggs and donor sperm, aswell as the more advanced technologies such as the specialised chromosome testing of embryos before the final stages of IVF treatment.
The clinic staff will be at an information stand at the Trinity Centre on Friday May 13 and Saturday May 14 to help answer questions and to make appointments if required.
Dr Mark Sedler, Medical Director at the Hull and East Riding Fertility Clinic, said: ‘We are very excited to be able to offer this opportunity to couples in Leeds and the surrounding areas, to be able to come to the clinic in York. Couples who need help have been trying for a pregnancy for many years We want to make their fertility journey as straight forward as possible, as well as giving patients a choice of clinic to attend.’