Medical Tourism in Barbados

Barbados is know for being a luxurious vacation destination the invokes thoughts of romantic getaways, white powder sand beaches and a warm sun beating down on crystal clear blue waves. What some people don’t know is that it is also a very popular destination for fertility treatments. Barbados hosts a world famous fertility specialist that offers cutting edge, safe fertility treatments with exceptionally high success rates and affordable prices. The clinic is highly regarded for it’s quality of care and for being a JCI accredited facility.

Success Rates

The success rate of the Barbados fertility clinic or up to twice that of the UK national average, when compared to the HEFA Guide to infertility. Advanced technologies and services are also available in Barbados such as IVF with a donor egg unlike parts Europe, Canada and Australia.

Procedures

The treatments available in Barbados use the latest technology to increase the odds of a successful fertility treatment. For example genetic prescreening of the embryo, egg bank data base, blastocyst transfer IVF etc. The Barbados fertility clinic offers a full range of fertility treatments and holistic therapies to increase the odd of a successful treatment. Because of the correlation between stress and infertility, the clinic offer a host of other activities for clients such as massage, reflexology, acupuncture, massage, exercise, nutrition and support of your emotional well being… all in paradise.

Pricing

The average treatment prices for IVF is $5750 or $7500 for IVF with an egg donor and a customized package can be build to meet each clients individual needs. Packages can include medical procedures, travel and accommodations.

+Pioneering techniques with state of the art technology and advanced, safe medical care.
+Stunning destinations with private aftercare. Relaxation and recuperation.
+No waiting times and substantial cost savings(40% to 80%) when compared to North America.
+Customized care with a personal touch. Helping you get your health back to where it needs to be.