VitroLive Gynaecology and Fertility Clinic was established in 2007. The clinic is located in Szczecin. The basic services of VitroLive focus on the diagnostics and treatment of infertility. Since 2018 Gynaecology Centre VitroLive has been a part of The Fertility Partnership’s international network of fertility clinics.

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The patient obtains comprehensive care: from medical consultations to diagnostics and therapy. Depending on the Patient’s needs and decisions we apply all available and recognized methods of infertility treatment, such as ovulation and menstruation disorders treatment, intrauterine insemination, in-vitro fertilisation (also with donor’s sperm or egg cell). The treatment is supported by comprehensive embryological, medical and psychological care.

VitroLive is working with a team of specialised medical and embryological staff. The person responsible for running the clinic is Prof. Dr. med. Rafał Kurzawa. He is a leading obstetrician and gynaecologist, a specialist in gynaecological endocrinology and reproductive medicine, as well as a specialist in clinical embryology. Professor Kurzawa is the Head of the Department of Gynaecology and Reproductive Health at the Pomeranian Medical University (PUM) in Szczecin. He is also Medical Director of The Fertility Partnership in Poland, Vice President of the Polish Society for Reproductive Medicine and Embryology, as well as long-time chairman of the Fertility and Infertility Section of the Polish Gynaecological Society and national representative of the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology (ESHRE). The staff he manages are specialists in various fields, who are committed to their professional development and ensuring that all interactions with Patients are to mutual satisfaction.

Our clinic is in possession of modern, high quality medical and lab equipment in accordance with current European standards. We are a certified clinic, complying with ISO 9001:2008 requirements. It is the first clinic in Poland that controls the health and development of children conceived after ART. VitroLive also reports to the European IVF Monitoring (EIM). Thanks to the co-operation with the network of medical labs Diagnostyka, our clinic is able to perform all lab analyses based on material collected on site.

VitroLive conducts clinical research, gets engaged in EU projects and performs in-vitro treatment supported by the Polish Government, financed from public funds.