FERTILITY PLUS PARTNERS WITH GINGERNUT’S ANGELS

FERTILITY PLUS PARTNERS WITH GINGERNUT’S ANGELS

Fertility Plus patients can apply to Gingernut’s Angels for a grant to assist with paying for private fertility treatment.

At Fertility Plus, Te Korito we provide a comprehensive range of fertility investigations and treatments. Over the years we have helped thousands of people fulfil their hopes of building their whānau. You will be looked after by a team that has been leading IVF treatment in New Zealand for more than 35 years. The care you receive will be evidence-based, meaning we are up to date with the latest research and will only provide you with the best. 

As part of Te Whatu Ora, you will have access to the best specialists and expertise available. Our services are integrated with the general gynaecology, maternity and medical services at Te Toka Tumai Auckland, ensuring that we can support all aspects of your fertility treatment and ongoing care. 

Fertility Plus provides both publicly funded and private fertility treatment. If you are not eligible for funded treatment, you can access private fertility treatment with us. 

We are proud to say that we are Rainbow Tick certified. 

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Fertility Treatments

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Funding

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Referrals & Appointments

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Support

Find out more about counseling services, chaplaincy and cultural support, and other infertility related support groups.

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About Us

Our team aims to provide accessible fertility treatment with integrity and compassion.

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