Bourn Hall awarded new Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS contract

Home > News & events > News       Posted - May 17, 2023

The new contract to supply treatment has now been formalised and awarded to Bourn Hall, the world’s first IVF clinic, which provides NHS funded IVF for all regions of the East of England and East Midlands.

83% of respondents say ‘level up IVF care’ to BLMK CCG

Home > News & events > News       Posted - March 22, 2022

A consultation about IVF treatment by the Bedfordshire, Luton and Milton Keynes Clinical Commissioning Group (BLMK CCG), has found that 82.3% of respondents support levelling up to provide a consistent pathway for all NHS patients, removing the postcode lottery.

Secret heartbreak of infertility – friends and family urged to speak up

Home > News & events > News       Posted - December 14, 2021

Fertility Network UK is urging family and friends of people struggling with infertility – and seen the impact on their lives – to participate in a consultation (closing 21st December) on NHS funded-IVF treatment across Luton, Bedfordshire and Milton Keynes.

Will Mother’s Day mark another year without a baby?

Home > News & events > News       Posted - March 1, 2019

Cambridge & Peterborough Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is reviewing its decision to cut funding for IVF, Bourn Hall argues this is an opportunity to improve patient outcomes and launches a survey to capture experiences.

Trying for a baby? Twice a week should do it!

Home > News & events > News       Posted - October 31, 2018

This Fertility Awareness Week, fertility expert Dr Papathanasiou urges people not to delay getting specialist advice if they have concerns.

Some good news for the New Year

Home > News & events > News       Posted - January 8, 2018

NHS funded IVF treatment may still be available for some Cambridge patients.

NHS funding for Cambridge IVF treatment has been cut by CCG

Home > News & events > News       Posted - September 6, 2017

News that NHS funding for Cambridge IVF treatment has been cut will be heartbreaking to many people. The decision does not affect those that have already been referred.