CERAM - Overview
CERAM (Centro de Reprodución Asistida de Marbella SLP) was established in 1993 by it's medical director, Dr Hugo Rafael Benito Martinez, and initially did basic fertility investigations and treatments such as ovulation induction and artificial insemination. Dr Martinez was able to achieve pregnancy rates equal to the national average and so took the centre in 2000 into performing in vitro fertilisation (IVF) programs. This occurred after a 2 year programme of training for the team working in the Centre.
CERAM's philosophy is to offer a personalised service of care to ensure an accurate diagnosis is achieved in the shortest possible time. They will undertake whatever investigations are necessary, taking into account investigations already performed at other centres. the available treatment options are then discussed with the couple and a treatment plan is prepared accordingly.
CERAM's pregnancy rate for IVF/ICSI in 2009 was 57.2%.
Please note that the center does not treat single woman or same sex couples.
All fertility centres in Spain are regulated by the Spanish department of health.
As all reputable clinics in Spain, CERAM adheres to the guidelines for clinical practice set out by the Spanish Fertility Society
- Transportation services
- Personal escort available
- Doctors have liability insurance
- Hospital has liability insurance
- Number of doctors: 2
- Year established: 1993
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last updated on May 7, 2017.
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