Where hope begins

Helping you on your journey to parenthood

“After only one attempt and one fertilised egg, we now have a beautiful daughter, the greatest love of our lives.”

You’re ready to start a family. But having a baby sometimes requires the help and support of others, including a caring staff of professionals who can help increase your chances of conceiving. When the journey to parenthood becomes difficult, the Cotswold Fertility Unit can help in your next steps.

We are a team of experienced and highly-qualified professionals from the Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust who aim to provide first class services, advice and support for couples seeking fertility treatment.

We offer a range of services:

Initial Fertility Assessment : one to one consultation and assessment if you have

  • difficulties to conceive
  • if you want to know your fertility when considering delaying starting a family
  • In a same sex relationship
  • Advice and guidance for egg or sperm donation for single women or women with premature ovarian failure
  • fertility preservation

Assisted conception treatment

  • Satellite service with our partners for IVF, ICSI etc

Located in the Georgian spa town of Cheltenham, our unit works in partnership with fertility centres in Oxford, Bristol and Cardiff to provide you with a care plan tailored to meet your specific needs.

The Cotswold Fertility Unit understands that travelling for fertility treatment can add to the anxiety and stress that you may already be feeling, so our satellite partnerships with can enable most of your treatment to take place here in Gloucestershire. We offer satellite IVF service for private and NHS patients choosing to have treatment with one of the following units: Oxford Fertility Unit (Oxford), Bristol CREATE Fertility (Bristol) and London Women’s Clinic (Cardiff)

(COVID-19) update

All of our services are running normally

We’ve moved

We’ve moved location to: The Old Chapel, St Pauls Medical Centre, 121 Swindon Road, Cheltenham, GL50 4DP

Patient survey results

Read our latest patient survey results, updated January 2023