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The C.A.R.E Clinic - Centre for Assisted Reproduction and Endocrinology

The C.A.R.E Clinic – Centre for Assisted Reproduction and Endocrinology in Kwa-Zulu Natal is a leading, independent fertility clinic. The Clinic was first conceived in 1994 in Westville Hospital but has since expanded to a free-standing fertility clinic, located in the heart of Westville, close to Central Durban and Westville Hospital.

As a specialised healthcare provider, Our clinic has spent the last sixteen years establishing a track record that is above the national and WHO average. We have helped over 2,000 couples to date to become parents through ART.

Testimonials

C.A.R.E Clinic – An Ideal Health Service Delivery Model for Improved Patient Outcomes

Photo by Sam Swiatek Photography A Lived Experience Over the last 9 months of this new chapter of my life, motherhood, I have had opportunity to reflect on the impact Dr Anil Ramdeo and his C.A.R.E team have had on my journey. It is said that when we are born, we embody the purest form

Two little miracle sons

Our journey began in 2011 when it was discovered that hubby had a very rare condition which meant that natural conception was never going to be possible. At the end of 2011 we were referred to Dr Ramdeo at the Care Clinic, and at the beginning of 2012 we began what turned out to be

The Hill twins 25 years later

A story by Proud Mom, Kathleen  Hill “In 1994, my husband happened to be at the Westville Hospital. As he walked along the passage way, he noticed a sign, C.A.R.E CLINIC, on the wall. On impulse, he decided to go in and see what it was all about. He met Sandy Slogrove, an embryologist. The