Nova IVI Fertility expands presence in NCR

The new center in Rajouri Garden will cater to patients residing in the Western part of New Delhi


New Delhi: Nova IVI Fertility (NIF) announced the launch of its second center in Rajouri Garden, West Delhi on August 04, 2016. It is Nova’s 14th center in India that offers high quality assisted reproductive services and is equipped with a state-of-the-art laboratory. With the addition of this center, Nova aims to continue its efforts towards offering the best to their patients and fulfilling the dream of parenthood for many couples in the city.

Dr Manish Banker, Co-chairman and Medical Director, Nova IVI Fertility said, “Nova IVI Fertility started with its flagship center in Ahmedabad in 2011, and today we have 14 centers pan India. We have progressively grown not only in numbers, but also in quality, with the commitment towards the patients as our main objective. It is with the perseverance and dedication of our teams of doctors, embryologists, andrologists, counselors, along with caring nurses and other staff that we promise a personalized and lasting experience to our patients.”

Nova IVI Fertility specializes in providing advanced treatments to help fight infertility. Some of the specialized treatments offered are Magnetic Activated Cell Sorting (MACS) for sperm problems, Pre-implantation Genetic Screening (PGS) for patients with advanced age, previous failures and history of chromosomal abnormalities, and Endometrial Receptivity Array (ERA) for patients with repeated IVF failures. Based on the problem diagnosed, the fertility specialists at Nova suggest the best suitable treatment for their patients. The West Delhi center has one of the best Cryopreservation (freezing) programmes in the country, which forms the backbone of any successful IVF center.

Mr Naresh Rao, Chief Executive Officer, Nova IVI Fertility said, “We have observed that in Delhi, there has been a need to cater to the unaddressed demand and we are seeing more acceptance of ART techniques to conceive.”

Infertility is on the rise in the country. Studies indicate that one in every 10-12 couples in India suffers from some form of infertility. Childless couples are often subjected to social discrimination in many forms. Thanks to the growing awareness, infertility is now being accepted as a condition that needs medical attention.

As per the Nova IVI Fertility, it has achieved the milestone of 10,000+ IVF pregnancies this year, which is a true testament of the efforts to help childless couples across the country. This has encouraged Nova to grow in a fast pace in the last couples of years.