Sims IVF announces further expansion following demand for fertility services 1 month ago

Sims IVF announces further expansion following demand for fertility services

Great news.

Sims IVF has today announced the opening of a new satellite clinic in Dundalk, Co. Louth.

Following a 20 per cent increase in activity at its Swords clinic during 2021, Sims IVF has introduced a third satellite service to further enhance patient care and provide a localised service for patients located outside of Dublin.

The Dundalk clinic will facilitate ancillary appointments for bloods and scans for patients attending the Swords clinic and will be located in The Square Medical, Centric Health in Dundalk town.

The nurse-led service will provide a local access to treatment for patients in the Louth, Meath Cavan, Monaghan, Donegal and those attending the Dublin clinics from Northern Ireland.

Sims IVF now has three full-service clinics operating in Clonskeagh in South Dublin, Mahon Point in Cork, and Swords in North Dublin, in addition to satellite services now operating out of Dundalk, Carlow and Limerick.

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Speaking with us on the expansion, Damien O’Dowd, Group Clinic Director of Sims IVF said:

“It is important that all patients, no matter where they are located, can have access to fertility treatment service.

Since the relocation of our Swords clinic, we have seen an increase in demand for fertility treatment in North Dublin and surrounding counties.

The introduction of a satellite clinic to service our Swords clinic is the natural next step for the team at Sims IVF.

With three full-service clinics and three satellite services, we look forward to continuing to expand our services and provide hope to all those that need help starting families.”

The first satellite service was introduced in Carlow in 2019, followed by the Limerick clinic in November 2021.

The North Dublin clinic relocated from its original site in Parnell Square to a larger facility in Swords in December 2020, which enabled the clinic to cater to increased patient numbers this year.