Melbourne IVF partners with a wide range of businesses, organisations, and community groups nationally and locally to provide support and enhanced access to knowledge and resources for individuals on their fertility journeys.
Drop Bio Health's mission is to accelerate the world's transition to personalised health by creating new avenues for those who wish to take control of their health. The company was created with the goal of delivering personalised early warning for changes in health and illness. We work with Drop Bio at Melbourne IVF to increase IVF success rates through tailored inflammatory biomarker analysis, which is ongoing. Ultimately, both our company's objectives are to give the optimal patient experience.
Mamamia is a women's media company with a mission: to improve the world for women. They create written, audio, and video content that helps women feel seen, heard and understood daily. Melbourne IVF has collaborated with Mamamia to produce the informative fertility podcast 'Get Me Pregnant!' with the purpose of assisting women and couples in overcoming one of life's most challenging obstacles.
My Mummy Melbourne was founded by 10 Melbourne women who wanted to provide a platform to interact with other mothers and help them organise their lives. It's a community where mothers from all over Melbourne can meet, make lifelong friendships, and take advantage of everything Melbourne offers in terms of business and recreation. Melbourne IVF has teamed with My Mummy Melbourne to help link our patients with other Melbourne mothers in order to foster friendships and establish a community centred on parenthood.
Pride in Health + Wellbeing, is a national membership programme that offers year-round individualised support to organisations in the Health, Wellbeing, and Human Services sectors in order to improve LGBTQ inclusive care, remove systematic barriers to accessing care, and thus reduce health disparities faced by LGBTQ communities. We joined Pride in Health + Wellbeing to assist and support the delivery of LGBTQ+ inclusive services to our employees.
The Royal Women's Hospital is Australia's oldest women's speciality hospital. The Women's Hospital continues to set the standard for women's and newborn healthcare, providing maternity, neonatal, gynaecology, cancer, reproductive, and sexual health services to women in Melbourne and those with complex requirements across Victoria and Australia. Melbourne IVF has a long-standing relationship with The Royal Women's Hospital in Parkville, providing fertility treatment services through the Reproductive Services Unit.
The purpose of the Welcome Here Project is to provide assistance to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, and queer (LGBTIQ) communities throughout Australia in their efforts to develop and promote surroundings that are friendly and inclusive of LGBTIQ individuals and communities. Look out for the Welcome Here signs at our Melbourne IVF clinics, signifying our commitment to inclusivity and a safe community.
The La Trobe Sport and Exercise Medicine (LASEM) Research Centre and the AIS Female Performance and Health Initiative are co-hosting the inaugural Women in Sports Congress. This congress assists in bringing together world-class clinicians and practitioners and world-class researchers from around the world. Their purpose is to give cutting-edge, unique research results as well as best practice management suggestions to practitioners and researchers.