For most people, pregnancy occurs naturally, but others need a little help. At our state-of-the-art fertility clinic, Stratford residents can get answers to their conception questions and identify a possible option for treatment.
Simply Fertility offers a full range of fertility assessment packages and treatment options, which are competitive, inclusive, and successful. We believe that everyone should have access to fertility diagnosis, care, and support, regardless of their individual situation.
For more information or to book an appointment at our fertility clinic, Stratford residents should get in touch today – call 01245 201 544, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or fill out our online form to receive a call back.
Although choosing a fertility clinic can be tricky, several people will base their decision on success rates, which are generally categorised into age groups and treatment type. Since opening our purpose built fertility centre in June 2017, we have enjoyed success rates that exceed national averages.
Simply Fertility has made significant investments to ensure our patients benefit from the very latest technology and treatment developments. We believe our mix of highly experienced clinicians and scientists can provide you with the very best chance of a successful pregnancy.
To find out more, contact Simply Fertility today.
Ever since winning the 2012 Summer Olympics, the town and parish of Stratford in London has enjoyed a great deal of regeneration. Today, it is a hub for retail, culture, and leisure as well as the second most significant (after Canary Wharf) business location in East London.
For families, Stratford boasts a number of impressive schools, transport links, and entertainment facilities. For example, there’s the Theatre Royal Stratford East, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, the University of East London (UEL), Newham College of Further Education, and Sarah Bonnell School.
In order to achieve a more sustainable economy, the town of Barking is currently a focus for regeneration through a number of different schemes. This should make the area a prime location for starting and raising families.
One such example is Barking Riverside, which is part of the London Riverside project. Construction began in 2008 to build 10,000 homes for around 25,000 people, establish stronger transport links, and provide new public facilities for “”a variety of living, working, leisure and cultural amenities.”