About Ur Vistahermosa
The fertility clinic UR Vistahermosa is located in Alicante in Spain. This is a private clinic and was opened in 1983 and so has been established for a number of years.
UR Vistahermosa is a relatively busy IVF clinic. In 2016 it undertook 1316 treatment cycles of which 524 were donor egg cycles. The clinic is located within the hospital Clínica Vistahermosa hospital which means that it has access to a wide range of departments and specialities if required. There are 4 laboratories in the complex and 8 theatres with many recovery suites.
The clinic director is Dr. López Gálvez. He is the director of the Specialist University Course on Human Reproductive Biology at Universidad Miguel Hernández in Alicante. He is involved in research and presents articles and publications at various conferences on assisted reproduction. There are eight doctors and five embryologists. The senior embryologist has 25 years’ experience and is ESHRE accredited.
There is an International Department which helps patients from abroad with advice on accommodation, travel and cost of all treatments. They can get in touch with your own gynaecologist before you come to Spain to coordinate your treatment.
The clinic focuses a great deal on quality and safety and is audited regularly. It has a number of accreditations including that of the National External Quality Control Programme of Assisted Reproduction Laboratories (CEIFER), Spanish External Quality Control Programme for Semen Analysis (CEIFER) as well as ISO accreditation ISO 9001:2008 and ISO 14001.UR Vistahermosa Treatments
Time-Lapse Embryo Monitoring
EmbryoGlueUR Vistahermosa Success Rates 2016
The egg donation clinical pregnancy rate with time-lapsed embryo monitoring was 75%. Without time-lapsed monitoring it was 67%.
The overall IVF (using own eggs) clinical pregnancy rate was 48.9%.
The clinic reports their results to the Spanish Fertility Society (SEF).
They prefer blastocyst transfer and 82% of transfers are done on day 5. All egg donation embryo transfers are blastocyst transfers. The multiple pregnancy rate was 18% with an average of 2 embryos transferred per embryo transfer.
We treat patients up to 50 years old.