Repromed is where life begins and it is our commitment to offer fertility care that respects and honours each client’s personal and cultural values. We value and welcome sexual and gender diversity for our clients and staff. In 2016 we became the first fertility clinic and health care provider in Aotearoa to be awarded with Rainbow Tick certification.
The term Rainbow encompasses people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, takatāpui, intersex and asexual. Rainbow Tick is a continuous quality improvement system that overarches everything we do. You can learn more about Rainbow Tick here.
If you’re a new client, and a New Zealand resident or citizen, we offer a free 15 minute phone consultation with a fertility doctor. We look forward to hearing from you.
At Repromed, our team is highly-experienced in helping people grow their family through a donor and/or surrogate. Learn more about the process and how we can help.
We currently have hundreds of people waiting to be matched with a donor, who can help them achieve their dream of having a family. The enormous satisfaction gained from being a donor, not surprisingly, needs to be matched by a strong commitment, and honest intent to help others. There is also important criteria you will need to meet to be able to become a donor.
Repromed has supported people living with HIV through their journey to pregnancy since we opened in 2010.
It is now well established that people living with HIV who are taking antiretroviral drugs, can achieve an undetectable viral load and therefore have a zero chance of transmitting the virus to their sexual partners and children.
All forms of fertility treatment (e.g. IUI, IVF) are a safe option for those with HIV wanting to try for a baby. We are now pleased to share that people living with HIV, who have an undetectable viral load, are able to become “known” sperm donors.
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.