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The Reproductive Medicine Center in Taipei Medical University Hospital has been working on innovative researches and developing new techniques with the excellent team in our center, including outstanding physicians, professional consultation nursing staff, and well-experienced lab technicians. We have provided high-quality procedures and treatment for females with infertility issues and have attained the best results. The average amount of IVF has been reached 2,000 cases per year with a successful rate of 40%. We are proud to be the leading reproductive medicine center in Taiwan. The professional services we provide are as follows: Pre-implantation Genetic Screening and Pre-implantation Genetic Diagnosis (PGS/PGD), semen and oocyte cryopreservation, Artificial insemination (AI), In vitro fertilisation(IVF), Endometriosis surgery and treatment.
The Reproductive Medicine Center at Taipei Medical University Hospital, headed by Professor Chi-Huang Chen, was established in 1991. Using advanced reproductive technologies, this center has helped more than 20,000 infertile couples in the last two decades. Our team of leading physicians and technicians are known for facilitating advanced medical treatment and state-of-the-art services with personal attention and a caring touch. The center enjoys the nation's highest success rate for infertility treatment.
The center's innovative research consistently sets the landmark for fertility treatment in Taiwan. In 1991, the hospital's first test-tube baby was born. In 1993, the center successfully performed the nation's first microsurgical epididymal sperm aspiration. In 1995, the first Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection case led to a successful birth in the hospital. In 1996, the center became Taiwan's first center for reproductive medicine to pass the ISO 9002 Health Mark. The center was awarded the 1999 Gold Prize for National Biotechnology and Medicine Care Quality. After further research and development of the Assisted Reproduction Technique, in 2001 the center pioneered Autologous Mitochondrial Transfer to bring into the world a healthy baby. Significantly, this technology gives great hope in the problem of ovarian aging. In 2016, the center has been awarded The Symbol of National Quality in the featured specialty section, hospital category by Institution for Biotechnology and Medicine Industry.