Alpha IVF & Women’s Specialists Infertility clinic in Kota Damansara, Malaysia
Alpha IVF is a purpose-built, state-of-the-art fertility centre located in Kota Damansara near Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia.
Established in 2011 by Dato’ Dr Colin Lee FRCOG (United Kingdom), MBBS (Australia), MMed (Singapore), the clinic has long been at the forefront of advances in assisted reproduction technology (ART), with its team responsible for numerous fertility achievements in the region and worldwide, including a string of World firsts in the field.
Alpha IVF has invested heavily in the latest technology and innovative treatment methods to deliver the best possible IVF treatment results and it consistently produces success rates comparable to other top IVF centres internationally. Treatments available include IVF, PGD and PGS genetic testing, egg and embryo freezing, Microsort® sperm sorting and Time Lapse Embryo Monitoring System.
Alpha IVF’s medical facilities meet international standards that are maintained with strict quality control and compliance. The clinic’s highly specialised ART laboratories are among the best in South-East Asia and include an embryology lab, an andrology lab, a Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) lab for genetic testing and a Comparative Genomic Hybridization (CGH) lab.
Alpha IVF’s convenient location in the vibrant area of Kota Damansara and one-stop facilities make it a popular choice for international patients. All treatment is individually tailored to each couple; treatment is generally completed in 2-3 weeks with around 2-3 visits to the clinic. Multiple languages such as English, Chinese Mandarin, Bahasa Indonesia and Tamil are spoken at the clinic and Alpha’s Concierge Service provides help with travel and hotel arrangements, as well as sightseeing trips if required.
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