Asia’s Largest Fertility Center to Open Soon
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SEOUL, South Korea – CHA Fertility Center Aims to Help Tens of Thousands per Year with Fertility Treatments.
The largest fertility clinic in Asia will have their official grand opening ceremony on Feb. 18, 2016. CHA Fertility Center – Seoul Station will be the newest addition to CHA Medical Group’s global network of fertility treatment centers. Located in Seoul, Korea, it features eight doctor’s offices, three operating rooms, four ultrasound rooms and a fertility education center.
The clinic was built with eco-friendly materials and uses cutting edge technology to make life easier for both doctors and patients. It is in a convenient location for patients, as it is close to the airport metro line and Seoul Station. In addition to fertility treatments, they also offer pre-implantation genetic diagnosis (PGD) of embryos and fertility preservation with sperm and egg banking.
The CHA Medical Group boasts the number three largest fertility network in the world, performing over 10,000 IVF cycles a year for patients struggling with infertility. Last year alone they performed 6,000 IVF cycles at the CHA Gangnam Women’s Medical Center. At the new facility their goal is to perform 250 cycles per month, making it 3,000 cycles for the year 2016. They plan to grow their capacity to 5,000 cycles per year. The new Seoul Station will bring the count of fertility centers to a total of 6 located in Korea and the United States.
CHA is a pioneer in fertility/reproductive and regenerative medicine and has been in business since 1960. CHA opened the world’s first commercial egg freezing program and developed the now-standard vitrification “flash freezing” technique commonly used in IVF treatments. Doctors from the Group have won prestigious international awards and have been featured in Time magazine. It is the first Korean medical institution to make a mark in both the United States and Japan.
“The CHA Medical Group will keep on challenging itself to urge medical innovation and develop future-oriented hospitals,” said Dr. Kwang Yul Cha, the reproductive and regenerative medicine doctor/scientist/innovator and founder of CHA Health Systems. “We are looking forward to helping thousands of couples to achieve their dreams of having children.