INSEMER - Overview
Insemer is a medical institute and clinic specializing in infertility and reproductive medicine. The Insemer medical clinic is situated in Colonia Lomas de Chapultepe, Mexico City. Mexico City is around 3.5 hours from Los Angeles, US by plane.
The team of gynecologists and specialists in reproductive medicine are highly trained, with further training gained in facilities in Europe and North America. There are seven doctors in total at the clinic and 30 staff overall.
Treatments available at the Insemer medical clinic include IVF, IUI, ICSI, egg donation, sperm banking, genetic diagnostics and assessment, and full emotional and medical support.
Quality of Service
Insemer is committed to a set of values that include professional and fair treatment of all patients, quality control and anti-discrimination. The Insemer clinic is accredited by the Advanced Fertility Center in Houston, Texas, United States and has been awarded the 2010-2011 Global Quality Foundation.
Facilities and Services
All of the treatment rooms are located in the same building and there are treatment rooms, recuperation rooms and labs. Insemer also offers a full range of therapeutic and beauty treatments including massage, facials and skin treatments. The clinic has a coffee shop in the building and is within walking distance of cafes, restaurants and hotels. There are no hotel packages available but staff will assist overseas patients with finding accommodation. Within short distance of the clinic are several hotels, ranging in quality from three- to five-star. In general, the price of hotel rooms and food in Mexico is much lower than in the United States. Both Spanish and English are spoken at the Insemer clinic.
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last updated on Jun 26, 2017.
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