Reproductive Medicine center receives 2nd National Quality award

Source: Taipei Medical University

Published on 2018-09-07

The Center for Reproductive Medicine and Science helps infertile patients through the processes of pregnancy.

Director Chii-Ruey Tzeng (left) receiving the award in 2016

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As the National Quality certification represents safety and value, repeated validation indicates that TMU’s Center for Reproductive Medicine and Science provides top medical teams and leading-edge biotechnology and medical techniques.

Center of Reproductive Medicine and Science staff members

With its exceptional medical team and more than 26 years of clinical experience, the Center has helped some 25,000 couples, accounting for 15% of those receiving treatment nationwide. It leads other centers by wide margins in terms of fertility technologies, numbers of consultations, pregnancy rates and live birth rates. The center’s average pregnancy rates and live birth rates in groups such as woman older than 35 years are also higher than the national averages. The increasing number of international patients reflects the global quality of the center’s services.

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