IVF Department (Reproductive Medicine)

The IVF Department has been offering a comprehensive range of fertility services since 1993 and has established itself as a fertility treatment facility in the region. We are proud of our achievement in IVF treatment as the Centre has been yielding encouraging results throughout the years and maintained its reputation on being one of the more successful IVF department.

Operating Hours:Mondays - Fridays8:30 am - 5 pm
 Saturdays8:30 am - 1 pm
Semen Sample Receiving Time:Mondays - Saturdays8:30 am - 11:30 am
 Mondays - Fridays2 pm - 3.45 pm
 Sundays & Public HolidaysClosed
Contact:Tel:+604 652 8976
Location:3rd Floor

  • Range of Services Offered
  • Good Track Record of Success Rate
  • Affordable Fertility Care
  • In-house Pharmacy
  • Ideal Location
  • Hospital Based Centre
  • Individual Counselling, Patient Education and Patient Care
  • First IVF baby boy delivered in June 1995
  • First ICSI baby boy delivered in June 2000
  • First frozen baby girl delivered in April 2001
  • First ICSI/TESE baby boy delivered in August 2001
  • First ICSI/TESE blastocyst transfer twin baby girls delivered in February 2006
  • First TAFF baby girl delivered in February 2007
  • First Vitrified baby girl delivered in November 2011
  1. To render treatment services in accordance to patient's need using the latest Assisted Reproductive Techniques.
  2. To provide and maintain high quality services in order to ensure the centre remains successful.
  • In Vitro Fertilization (IVF)
  • Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI)
  • Testicular Sperm Aspiration (TESA)
  • Testicular Sperm Freezing
  • Blastocyst Vitrification
  • Frozen Blastocyst Transfer
  • Embryo Vitrification
  • Frozen Embryo Transfer
  • Oocyte Vitrification
  • Sperm Freezing
  • Intra Uterine Insemination (IUI)
  • Sperm Analysis (SA)

Our IVF Cleanroom coupled with positive air pressure creates an optimal environment which supports the growth of embryos to blastocyst stage.

Our ability to develop embryos to blastocyst stage allows us to select the embryos with highest potential for implantation at the time for transfer. Only one or two blastocyst will be transferred on Day 5 or Day 6 versus the traditional transfer of 3 or 4 cleavage stage embryos on Day 2 or Day 3. This reduces the risk of multiple birth from IVF.

With advances in freezing technology, vitrification allows us to routinely apply freeze-all technique as compared to the standard protocol of transferring fresh embryos in the past. Vitrification is one of the most effective methods for successful freezing of blastocysts which associated with significantly improved IVF outcome, along with lowered chance of obstetric complication such as pre-term labour or fetal growth restriction. The freeze-all blastocysts strategy is beneficial for patients who have premature rise in progesterone prior to egg collection. Patients who are at high risk of OHSS may also benefit from this procedure.

Obstetrician & Gynaecologist & Reproductive Medicine Specialist

Dr Tan Shiuan Yee   陳宣羽医生

MMC : 43805 / NSR: 131422

Room 137, 1st Floor (O&G)

Operating Theatre Days


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