Sunfert International Fertility Centre
Thanks for the wonderful invitation, I recently went to Sunfert International Fertility Centre at Bangsar South for their 10th anniversary event. Attended by over 400 Sunfert babies and parents, Yang Berhormat Puan Hannah Yeoh, Deputy Minister of Women, Family and Community Development was also at the event as their Guest of Honour.
The anniversary event marked a milestone for Sunfert Group as they have succeeded in bringing almost 4,000 babies to life over the past decade and are committed to continuously helping couples with fertility problems conceive their dreams for the next ten years and beyond.
Sunfert Group provides technologically advanced treatment options on top of purpose-made modern facility centres at major cities in Malaysia, and world-class specialists including life coaches who provide patients with MindBody support to cope with potential stresses during treatment.
“Over the past 4 decades, the total fertility rate in Malaysia has been in decline from 4.9 babies in 1970 to 1.9 babies in 2016. This number is below the replacement rate of 2.1 babies, and it indicates that the ageing population will be sped up, whereby Malaysia is expected to become an ageing nation by 2030 when 15 per cent of the people are aged 60 and above,” said Yang Berhormat Puan Hannah.
“Recognising infertility as an issue, the Government wants to provide Malaysians with the support they need to have a family of their own. Budget 2020 will allow couples to withdraw their EPF savings for assisted reproductive treatments, as well as get tax rebates of up to RM6,000 for medical fees related to fertility treatments,” she continued.
Dr. Wong Pak Seng, Founder and Director of Sunfert Group said, “We have been supporting couples in their journey towards parenthood through effective and affordable fertility care in a personalised manner. We do this to share our patients’ joy in having a baby, while helping to increase the birth rate in Malaysia.”
With strong emphasis on research and quality assurance, Sunfert Group has excellent infrastructure and invest in cutting-edge technology yet are affordable in pricing.
On top of helping couples conceive babies, Sunfert Group also helps younger couples to plan ahead for their future through services like fertility profiling, ensuring couples with genetic pre-dispositions conceive healthy babies through pre-implantation genetic testing, and provide cancer patients with the hope of having a family through fertility preservation methods prior to chemotherapy.
“We are also able to draw on the expertise of our international partner, New Zealand’s Fertility Associates. Furthermore, using EmbryoScope, a time-lapse technology which helps to improve IVF treatment by allowing for better embryo selection through accurate assessments from continuous observation in an undisturbed culture, we are able to provide patients with improved implantation rates, reduce pregnancy loss, and shorten the overall time to pregnancy,” further commented Dr. Wong.
Sunfert Group had recently opened Sophea Fertility Centre, a fully female staffed facility that is also internationally RTAC accredited, which offers fertility services in accordance to the values of Islam.
For the comfort and privacy of couples undergoing treatment at Sophea, couples are accessible to Muslim-friendly facilities for observing the needs for compulsory religious needs. Sunfert Group also offers low-cost fertility treatments through their CSR-initiated fertility programme, IVFkasih.
For more information on Sunfert Group, please visit their website at www.sunfert.com.
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