The Rotunda IVF move
We are delighted to announce that Rotunda IVF is moving to a new location in Swords Business Campus, Dublin during December 2020.
We will be moving to a new state of the art facility, which will allow us to grow while continuing to provide the highest possible service to our patients.
Our values have always placed our patients at the forefront of everything we work towards and our new clinic will continue to do just that. This new facility will have all the latest technologies that will lead to an enhanced patient experience. It will also be in a really accessible location with ample parking. We will still have all the same familiar faces but just in a new location.
As we will be changing location we have also reviewed our current branding. Rotunda IVF and Sims IVF have been part of the global fertility group Virtus Health since 2015. We have come to decision to rebrand Rotunda IVF to come together with Sims IVF. We feel this brand better reflects our growth and innovation as a clinic and we are therefore proud to join the Sims IVF family. Sims IVF has locations in Clonskeagh, Cork, and Carlow and now will also be in Swords.
We understand you may have some questions over these changes and we are happy to help. We have created a list of FAQ’s below for your perusal.
- I am hoping to start my cycle in August/September/October/November will I be affected?
No, your cycle will be carried out as normal in the current Rotunda IVF clinic.
- I have an appointment booked in December, what happens to me?
Rotunda IVF will carry out their last egg collection in early December in the current clinic. The last fresh/frozen transfer in Rotunda IVF clinic will be carried out in mid December in the current clinic site. Frozen transfers will begin in the new Swords clinic in mid January 2021.
- I have frozen embryos/sperm/eggs stored in Rotunda IVF. What happens to them?
All genetic material stored in Rotunda IVF will be transferred to the new facility in Swords. This will incur no cost to the patient.
- Will there be a different team in Swords?
The same team that you have been familiar with in Rotunda IVF will be in our new clinic in Swords
- How will I contact the new clinic?
The contact details for the clinic in its new location will remain the same.
- How will I find the location of the new clinic?
The address and Directions for the new clinic will be on our website and will also be sent to you.
The Move Timeline
Last egg collection in Rotunda IVF clinic
The last fresh/frozen transfer in Rotunda IVF clinic will be carried out in mid December in the current clinic site.
Frozen transfers will begin in the new Swords clinic