Bridge Clinic Fertility Centres host an interactive and friendly get-together once every 2 months at our facilities in Lagos, Abuja and Port Harcourt. Welcome Forums take place on a Saturday morning, giving individuals and couples the opportunity to meet the Bridge Clinic team.
Welcome Forum is a great opportunity to speak to our nurses and fertility specialists about general fertility concerns, the treatment options available to overcome conception challenges and to listen to and meet couples that have walked this journey before. It is an opportunity to ask questions and get the answers you need.
These sessions are free. We encourage visitors to notify us in advance if they want to join us on the day. This allows us to prepare accordingly, however, walk-in visitors are always more than welcome. We prefer hosting smaller groups to ensure that these sessions remain private and to allow all our visitors the chance to speak to the specialists on the day.
Order of the day
Our bi-monthly session starts at 10am. To get the most out of the day, we ask that all visitors be punctual as it minimises disruption during the initial presentations. We try not to take up too much of your time as we value your time and understand everyone has a busy schedule.
After a brief introduction about ourselves, we have an informative session that takes you through conception and possible challenges if couples are not getting pregnant. We outline all the various treatment options available to you as well as present a number of support services that we feel may be of interest to you.
After the brief presentation, you have the opportunity to ask questions anonymously by writing your questions on a piece of paper and have them answered during the session. If you prefer asking your questions in private, you will have a number of opportunities to do so on the day.
Once the Q&A session has finished, we take small groups on a tour of our clinic to inspect our facility. While these clinical tours take place, couples have the opportunity to speak to the nurses and specialists one-on-one.
You also have an opportunity on the day to schedule a follow-up consultation or assessment if you should choose to do so.
Please join us at our next Welcome Forum. We look forward to meeting you on the day.
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