I.V.F. + Sperm Donation in Chile

Clinica General Alemana

Vitacura, Santiago, Chile
Joint Commission International

Clínica Alemana de Santiago S.A, subsequently renamed “Corporación Chileno-Alemana de Beneficencia” (Chilean-German Charitable Corporation)... Read More

Clínica Alemana de Santiago S.A, subsequently renamed “Corporación Chileno-Alemana de Beneficencia” (Chilean-German Charitable Corporation) in the year 2000, it is a charitable foundation established in 1905, it is situated at Vitacura 5951, Santiago, Chile, it is a branch of “Sociedad de Beneficencia Hospital Alemán”.

Early 20th century, the German community determination in Chile led to establishing the first Clínica Alemana situated on Dávila Street. The hospital, was eventually sold to a bank workers retirement fund ("Caja Bancaria de Pensiones"). The earnings of the sale, combined with the valuable support of the German Evangelical Center for Development Assistance ("Evangelische Zentralstelle fur Entwicklungdhilfe"), were used to construct the Clínica Alemana at its existing location. The new structure which was opened to the public in 1973.

The visionary developers of Clínica Alemana decided to construct the new facility in the midst of a pleasant residential area, now at the heart of Santiago’s strategically-located eastern sector.

The clinic hires qualified professionals and have various facilities, which enables it concentrate its resources and determinations to improve the health and welfare of the community it serves.

With over 10 years of providing medical services and healthcare for international patients, the international patient service of Clínica Alemana accommodates over 3000 patients from more than 60 different countries per annum, with 58 medical specialties and subspecialties available at the clinic. Efforts are made to optimize the patient’s time away from home.

The Service provides coordination at no supplementary charge medical appointment, exams, checkups, hospitalization, emergency care, and, when requested, a second medical opinion for diagnosis and treatment.

Clínica Alemana accepts payment for medical care supported by a guarantee of payment from various international insurance companies, if it is established by your health insurance. Coordination is carried out by bilingual nurses if needed who are the patient’s point-of-contact from the beginning to the end of all medical attention at the Clinic.

Clínica Alemana is advantageously situated in the locality called Vitacura, one of the most developed and modern areas of Santiago. The vicinity is close to shopping centers, parks, hotels and restaurants enables visitors to combine medical attention with tourism and relaxation. Santiago provides easy access to coastal cities such as Viña del Mar, several downhill ski centers and Chile’s principal airport, which offers flights to tourist destinations in other parts of the country as the Atacama Desert in the north and Torres del Paine National Park in the south of Chile. Close

More information about IVF/Fertility Treatment in Chile

Fertility Medicine

Frertility medicine is a branch of medicine that deals with the prevention, diagnosis, and management of reproductive issues. Goals include improving or maintaining reproductive health and empowering individuals to have children at the time of their selection. It's based on understanding of reproductive anatomy, physiology, and endocrinology and contains relevant areas of molecular biology, biochemistry, and pathology.

Reproductive medicine deals with sexual, puberty, family planning, birth control, infertility, reproductive disorders (including sexually transmitted diseases) and sexual dysfunction. In women, reproductive medicine also covers menstruation, ovulation, pregnancy, and menopause, and gynecological disorders affect fertility.

The area collaborates and overlaps mainly reproductive endocrinology and infertility, sexual medicine and andrology, but also to some extent gynecology, obstetrics, urology, genitourinary medicine, medical endocrinology, pediatric endocrinology, genetics, and psychiatry.

Methods used in fertility medicine

Assessment methods may include recording techniques, laboratory methods, and reproductive surgery. Treatment methods include counselling, pharmacology (by way of example, Medicines for fertility), surgery and other methods. In vitro fertilization developed as the main therapeutic method that allowed the study of embryos before implantation.

Education and training in reproductive medicine

Other methods of training are also potential for professionals in contraceptive reproductive medicine. Experts are usually organized in technical organizations like the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) and the European Association for Human Reproduction and Embryology (ESHRE).

Collectively, this area is known as endocrinology and reproductive infertility. Most patients who see reproductive endocrinologists have fertility issues.

What is reproductive endocrinology?

Reproductive endocrinology is a sub-specialty of obstetrics and gynecology. This requires 4 years of medical school, followed by the conclusion of a four-year remain in obstetrics and gynecology. Training includes:

Medical and surgical treatment of disorders of the female reproductive system
Care for pregnant women
Safe infants

Upon completion of the residency program, the doctor will apply an extremely competitive system for additional training in reproductive endocrinology. This is called communion and includes a week-long intensive training program that focuses on understanding the complexity of the female reproductive system.

Reproductive endocrinologists receive certification from the American obstetrics and gynecology centre in obstetrics and gynecology and reproductive endocrinology and infertility. It requires oral and written exams.

Reproductive medicine is a multidisciplinary branch of medical science that deals with the prevention, identification, and treatment of reproductive disorders. Reproductive medicine focuses on aspects like sexual education, puberty, fertility, family planning, birth control, reproductive health, and sexually transmitted diseases. Reproductive research focuses on issues related to gynecology that affect fertility in women, including menstruation, childbirth, pregnancy, and menopause.

Cost of fertility medicine

Fertility treatments are only for fantastically wealthy individuals. When some types of baby making assistance can cost up to $100,000, there are many others that can cost as little as $5 per month. "The actual costs vary depending on where you live," says Natalie Burger, MD, a fertility specialist at Texas Fertility Center. "And insurance coverage for fertility treatment varies widely by the insurance plan."