Coronavirus/ COVID- 19

Coronavirus Covid-19: Statement from ReproMed Group incorporating ReproMed Ireland and Galway Fertility Clinic. 

As an essential services provider all treatments are continuing throughout level 3 restrictions and you may travel to your appointments as needed. Should we move to level 4 or 5, unless otherwise advised, we will remain open.

We do however have to be extremely aware of the very real and present risk that is such a big part of our daily lives. COVID-19 remains the greatest public health issue that any of us will have experienced in our lifetimes. For our staff and patients safety we must continue to adhere to strict social distancing guidelines when we are treating our patients. This means that we will be carrying out services differently than we have before. We continue to work tirelessly to ensure our clinics are in a position to facilitate your treatment as safely as possible.


If you wish to begin planning for you first steps to treatment we are here to help.  We are now offering video and phone options for new appointments. 

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Before attending the clinic;

All patients should follow HSE guidelines and not attend the clinic if they have been to an affected area and are symptomatic. We kindly ask at this time that children not be brought to the clinic for your appointments. For critical appointments patients should bring at maximum one partner/companion. For less critical appointments we would ask that you attend alone. Our team will advise in any case. 

  • If you have been in contact with someone who has the virus

  • If you have flu like symptoms such as: 

    • a cough

    • shortness of breath

    • breathing difficulties

    • fever (high temperature)

  • If you have any other reason to believe you have the virus.

Symptoms of coronavirus

It can take up to 14 days for symptoms of coronavirus to appear.

The most common symptoms of coronavirus are:

 

More information

Assisted reproduction and COVID-19: A statement from ESHRE

COVID-19 updates - how the health service is responding to the global spread of coronavirus

Department of Foreign Affairs – updated travel information and advice

The Health Protection Surveillance Centre – information for health professionals