We are committed to providing all our clients the best possible care and support on their fertility journey. This means offering counselling, interpreting and other support services for people of all ages and walks of life: teens who may be experiencing painful periods, those in their forties who are trying to conceive, same-sex couples who might be looking at surrogacy or donor services options.

We have a Mandarin speaking team (doctor, nurse and admin), and a Hindi speaking fertility doctor available to support our clients.

We can also offer the ease of treatment and procedures being done in one place. We partner with Auckland Gynaecology Group (AGG) and Auckland City Surgical Services (ACSS), so you have continuity of care with the best fertility specialists in the country.

Discover our range of support services below. 


Fertility uncertainty and treatment is usually very challenging emotionally as well as physically. Our highly experienced counselling team is available to support you on your individual fertility journey and be a reflective, listening ear when you need it.

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We support the rights of Māori to have whānau, hapū and iwi involvement in all aspects of treatment including counselling.

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Nutrition and wellbeing

Your nutrition and overall wellbeing is important for your fertility and can also shape the future health of your baby. Our fertility Dietitian and Nutritionist Teresa Gudex can provide advice that is achievable, backed up by science and highly personalised.

Interpreter services

We recognise cultural diversity in Aotearoa New Zealand and it’s important to us that you are fully informed and understand your fertility options.


We value and welcome sexual and gender diversity for our clients and staff. We offer fertility treatments tailored to our LBGTTQIA+ community.

Megan Black

Nurse Manager


Megan leads the nursing team through the continually changing face of IVF. She works in a multidisciplinary team, providing the essential organization between the doctors and laboratory and ensuring communication between all departments.

Megan started her IVF nursing career in the United Kingdom, working in two large London clinic’s before returning to New Zealand. She is also the Secretary of Fertility Nurses of Australasia.

I love working with people and see nursing as a vocation, not a job. I usually spend my downtime absorbed in a good book and planning my next travel adventure.