Our technology

Do not underestimate the importance of a clinic’s technology when reviewing success rates and aspiring to one cycle, one family. Genea Hollywood Fertility’s world leading incubation system has seen an increase of It is our technology and care that lead to these impressive rates. Genea Hollywood’s world leading incubation system - Geri® - has resulted in a 12.2% increase in the number of live births when compared to the traditional incubator and culture medium system^^.

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Our history

Genea has long been a fertility pioneer with our research and technologies virtually doubling IVF success rates for patients in the mid-nineties. Our constant search for innovations and breakthroughs continues to improve outcomes today. Learn more about our experience here. 

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Our history

Our care

Genea offers a range of fertility treatments, not just IVF. In fact only 50% of patients who see a Genea Fertility Specialist require IVF. Our unique care model means you have a dedicated fertility care team comprising of fertility specialists, nurses, scientists and counsellors, all tailoring your treatment for you. Care is in our DNA.

CARE IS IN OUR DNA
Genea mum and baby
Of those patients who responded to the Genea patient survey conducted between 1 January 2017 and 31 December 2017 (244 patients)
^^ When compared to the MINC incubator and Gems sequential media. Study performed in Genea’s Canberra, Wollongong, Liverpool, North West, RPA and Kent St laboratories, 2015-2019. The Geri incubation system was used in all Genea clinics by 2018. Published in a peer reviewed journal Fertility and Sterility and presented at the American Society of Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) congress in 2020, official reference being: Peura T, Murray A, Hesketh N, Dalati S, Bowman M, McArthur S (2020): Is the biggest impact on clinical IVF outcomes obtained by implementation of continuous media, time-lapse incubator or both? Fertil Steril 114 (3) Suppl., e129. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.fertnstert.2020.08.383