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IVF Clinics: Fertility Clinics In Nigeria

If you have been finding it difficult to get pregnant naturally, this article is for you. In vitro Fertilization (IVF) became a reality in the Uk when Louise Joy Brown was born on the 25th of July, 1978. Since then millions of babies have been around the world born to families who had no hope of having their own babies. Nigeria followed the lead in setting up reliable  fertility centers, now we have quite a number of listed IVF clinics handling infertility issues here in Nigeria. These Clinics have evident IVF success stories. Below are a few IVF Centers with their contacts. Read on 

Nisa Premier Hospital, Abuja

Medical Director:  Dr. Ibrahim Wada
Plot 618, Alex Ekwueme Way,
P O Box 7320 (Wuse)



St. Jude's Fertility Clinic, Abuja

High Quality Women's Health Care and Fertility 
Head office situated in Wolverhampton, UK
Medical Director Dr, Jude Adeghe (PhD FRCOG MIHM)
With over 20 years of experience in Fertility, Obstetrics and Gynaecology 
26 First Avenue Gwarimpa
Email: E-mail:
Contact: 07064783515

Garki Hospital Abuja (PPP IVF CENTRE)

Subsidized IVF Programme
Coordinator: 08032507418; 08090332958
Tafawa Balewa Way, Area 8
Garki, Abuja.
234(0) 809 569 8080
234(0) 809 569 8117
234(0) 805 841 3339

National Hospital Abuja (IVF Clinic)

Plot 132, Independent Avenue,
Central Business District (Phase II), Abuja 
P.O. Box 425 Garki Abuja
Dr. S. M. R Ibrahim Coordinator, IVF Centre
Dr E. R. Efetie 
Dr S.M.R. Ibraheem
Phone: +234 8069435912

DIFF Hospital, Abuja

Medical Director: Dr. John Idohosa
No. 6 Udi Hills Close, Aso-Drive,
Maitama, Abuja.
Tel:  +234-09-2908426 +234-09-2905998 

Abuja Clinic

Plot 1021, B5 Shehu Yar’Adua Way,
Opposite Federal Ministry of Works,
(Within Zankli Medical Centre) Utako District, Abuja,
Tel: +234 9-2733013; +234 9-6715876; +234 703 932 4220
27, Queen Elizabeth Street, Off Yakubu Gowon Crescent. By Aso Gate Villa, Off J.F Kennedy Street, Asokoro, Abuja
08074343371, 08086003300, 08074343523
Abuja, Nigeria

5, Erhuvwu Club Street, 
Off Summit Road. By Benezia Hotel 
Asaba, Delta
Tel: 08074343666, 08074343685

106/108 Norman William Street, 
South West Ikoyi,
Tel: 01-4617023-4, 08074343437, 08074343435, 08033150085

6, Turton Street, Off Commercial Avenue,
Sabo Yaba,
Tel: 08074343473 , 08074343745


Contact The Bridge Clinic
66 Oduduwa Way 
Ikeja GRA, Lagos
+234 (1) 4619006; 08104607791
+234 (0) 8104607791
Port Harcourt
+234 (0) 8104607743
+234 (0) 7036094791


1397A Tiamiyu Savage Street
Victoria Island
Lagos State
Tel: +234 (1) 461 9006
Fax: +234 (1) 461 2807


63 Oduduwa Crescent
Ikeja, Lagos State
Tel: +234 (1) 448 5401
Fax: +234 (1) 4612807

OMINI  Advanced Fertility Center

18 Boyle Street,
Onikan, Lagos,
Telephone: +234 1-2630304; +234 1-2646304
Medical Director: Professor Osato Giwa-Osagie

The Roding Reproductive Center

Medical Director: Dr Adewunmi Adeyemi-Bero
18b Ogidi Crescent , Off Alhaji Sule Onabiyi Street,
Off Christ Avenue off Admiralty Road
Off Admiralty Way, Off Lekki 1st Roundabout,
 Lekki Phase 1,
Lagos State, Nigeria.

Medical Art Center (MART, Lagos)

Prof. Oladapo Ashiru

Chief Medical Director, Medical Art Center & Mart Medicare
2nd Floor, LoFom House,
21 Mobolaji Bank Anthony Way,
P.O.Box 5747,
Ikeja, Lagos,
Tel: +234 1-4971970, +234 1 7307356, +234 1 8724491
Mobile Phone: +234 803 334 7231

Hope Valley Fertility Clinic

Medical Director: Dr Olugbenga Ogunkoya
261 Etim Inyang Crescent,
Victoria Island, Lagos,
Tel: +2341-4618989; +2348033069466

Hope Valley Fertility Clinic Port Harcourt Center

17B Ahaimakara Road,
Transamadi Industrial Layout Road,
(Between Magnum & Platinum Bank)
Port Harcourt, Rivers State,
Tel: +23484-578956; +2348037048134; +2348033069466; +234 84-578956; +234 84-462118; +234 8037048154 


General Hospital
Branch Area: Rumuogba
Full Address: No. 4 PRIME CLOSE, OFF CHIEF NYENWENWO AVENUE Rumuogba, Port Harcourt, Rivers State
+234 84462808, +234 8033134822


41A Evo Road
GRA Phase II
Port Harcourt, Rivers State
Tel: +234 (84) 763975
Fax: +234 (84) 231627

University of Benin Teaching Hospital: Assisted Reproduction & IVF Unit

In-Vitro Fertilization and Embryo transfer (I.V.F. and ET)
Intra-uterine insemination (I.U.I.)
Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (I.C.S.I.)
Embryo Cryo Preservation 
Embryo thawing and transfer
P.M.B 1111,
Ugbowo Lagos Road,
Benin City, Edo State,
Fax: +234 52-876220
Webmaster (Site Support):
Chief Medical Director: Professor Eugene Okpere
IVF Unit Programme Director: Professor A.A. Orhue

Benin Clinic

No. 7B (Behind No7) Eguadasa Street,
Off Akpakpava Road, Benin City,
Tel: +234 803 306 9466; +234 805 024 0728; +234 803 722 7238

M & M Hospital: The Fertility and IVF Center

Infertility is the main specialty of M & M Fertility & IVF Centre.
Contact Details:
10 Ngozi Avenue / 127 Faulks Road,
Aba, Abia State,
Tel: +234-82-227-798; +2348033240452

Kaduna Clinic

23/24 Aliyu Turaki Road, Off Isa Kaita Rd,
Matali GRA, Kaduna,

Tel: +234 62-371253; +234 703 590 3551; +234 803 306 9466


  1. Some of those clinics were already known and has high success rate. But there are still cases wherein Nigerians preferred IVF in Europe. In Europe there's a wide variety of Fertility Treatments and procedures to choose from. And one of the best Fertility Treatment options, used in European clinics is In Vitro Fertilization.

  2. The problem in Nigeria is low success rate; no follow-up after failed procedure; high charges and most times the unprofessional attitudes of some ivf doctors.

    Proper advise should be given in terms of quality of egg of patient; where donor egg is required, it should be communicated to the patient instead of allowing people go through all that rigorous procedures without success.

  3. In terms of expertise and success rates I’ll go for IVF Clinics in Nigeria. They are way ahead of the rest and are currently the only ones offering services like Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis and Screening, as well as Sex selection.

  4. It's really a nice and useful piece of info. I am satisfied that you just shared this helpful
    information with us. Please stay us up to date like this.
    Thanks for sharing.


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