Welcome to abc ivf, London
Located in the heart of London's renowned medical district, Harley Street, abc ivf is UK's first low cost IVF clinic. If you're looking for high quality, affordable IVF treatment in London, abc ivf is the perfect clinic for you!
The clinical care at abc ivf is led by Medical Director, Professor Geeta Nargund, and Lead IVF Consultant, Dr Malamas Dotis, who are supported by our friendly team of fertility specialists.
If you have any questions about abc ivf London please contact our experienced team who will be happy to help.
103 - 105, Harley Street, Marylebone, London
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Weekdays 08:00 - 18:00 | Saturday 10:00 - 16:00
Nearest Train Station
We are close to major tube stations: Regents Park 7 minutes, Oxford Circus 12 minutes
There are several bus routes that stop within close proximity to the clinic.
There are limited meter parking spaces on Harley Street. Alternatively there is a large underground carpark at Cavendish Square, London, W1G 0PN.
Unfortunately there is no wheelchair access to the abc ivf Harley Street clinic.
Our experienced London clinic team
Dr Malamas Dotis
Lead IVF Consultant
Dr Malamas completed his specialty training in Obstetrics and Gynaecology at Alexandra University Hospital of Athens, in Greece. Following further training he obtained a diploma in Obstetric and Gynaecological Ultrasound.
Fertility Nurse Consultant
Alison started her career in fertility in 1998 at the Hallam Medical Centre. During this time IVF was progressing very rapidly and she has worked with many well-known fertility experts.
Dr Martin Wilding
Dr Martin Wilding is abc ivf’s Lead Embryologist. He has graduated from Imperial College London with a degree in Biochemistry after which he went to University College...
Konstantina is our highly experienced clinic manager who will be there to help you every step of the way. She's extremely proud to be part of the abc ivf team and is looking forward to helping you on your IVF journey.
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