IVF-ET National Program
Good news for infertile couples: they will receive more money from the state to fund an in vitro fertilization procedure. Thus, according to Order no. 978 of June 26, 2019, issued by the Ministry of Health, the allocated amount will increase from 6,188 lei – as it was until now – to 10,000 lei. This amount is granted for:
a) taking oocytes by follicular puncture, under local anesthesia or sedation
b) sperm processing
c) oocyte insemination for spontaneous fertilization (IVF)
d) embryo culture 72 hours
e) embryo transfer
f) monitoring the evolution of the case up to 6 weeks after the IVF
The Gynera Clinic is already running the IVF and Embryotransfer (ET) Program funded by the Ministry of Health, which is being extended until the end of this year.
For registrations, couples with fertility problems must meet certain conditions that you can find described HERE.
Only a limited number of patients will be able to benefit from funding, so we encourage all those interested not to be late with the submission of files, in order to have the highest chances of being included in the program this year.
Information about the IVF and ET Program funded by the Ministry of Health, can be found on the website, on the Gynera Facebook page or at the clinic’s headquarters Str. Constantin Aricescu, No. 8, Bucharest (Dorobanti Square Area – Radu Beller).
To find out what documents are required, click HERE.
Application for inclusion in the In Vitro Fertilization and Embryo Transfer Program can be downloaded HERE.
Budget execution related to the national in vitro fertilization and embryo transfer program for 2016
Revenue and expenditure budget and budget execution for 2020