Our specialists

You will be treated from the very first assessment by a reproductive medicine specialist.

You're in great hands

Fertility First is accredited by NATA and RTAC. We are also a recognised Donor Sperm Bank under NSW legislation.

YourIVFSuccess rates

Learn about Fertility First's success rates, and why they're more than just numbers.

Why Fertility First is different

Fertility First is the only Australian clinic that routinely scans for sperm DNA damage in male patients, and explores all treatment options for patients and tries to minimise costs where possible without compromising the chance of conception or quality of care. The results are clear. It’s why Sydney IVF clinic Fertility First is backed by science, commitment, and care.

Learn all about the government’s new Your IVF Success website, and what the numbers mean for your fertility journey.

1 in 6 couples have difficulty falling pregnant. Our vision is to transform what we know about our biology and reshape the conversation around infertility.

Anne Clark

Medical Director, Fertility First

Information & Advice

Information & advice about fertility concerns & problems – this need not involve investigation or treatment.

Male & Female

Full assessment of male & female fertility to improve general health and fertility success.

Donor Eggs

Fertility First provides Australian patients with premium donor eggs treatment at an affordable price.


Endoscopic Surgery for Tubal Disease & Endometriosis

Intrauterine Insemination

Inserting partner or donor sperm into the uterus.

Sperm Banking

On average Fertility First has 20 to 30 different donors available at any one time. As a result, anyone wishing to access donor sperm will not need to go on a waiting list.

What is an embryologist?

Embryologists are the scientists who specialise in reproductive science and literally create babies. The role of an embryologist is considerable, and we make up an important part of the Fertility First team.

What can I do after an embryo transfer?

Having an embryo transferred back is a fairly simple procedure, and typically isn’t one that needs you to do anything dramatically different from your day-to-day. However, there are some things worth being aware of.

What is an immature egg?

An immature egg is an oocyte that has not reached meiotic competency, meaning it hasn’t reached the first stages of meiotic division.