Reproductive Gynaecology Services
CRGW in association with Vale Healthcare | Fertility services available at the Cardiff Bay Clinic
CRGW are proud to provide all consultation appointments, treatment planning and treatments locally in South Wales, which now includes clinics at Vale Healthcare Clinic at the Vale Hospital.
Vale Healthcare is an established private healthcare provider in South Wales, and has a number of sites in Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan.
CRGW is proud to be working in association with Vale Healthcare, and offering our patients additional location choice for their appointments.
Where can I attend for a consultation appointment?
CRGW’s primary facility is located in Llantrisant, South Wales. Consultation appointments are also available at Vale Healthcare’s Vale Hospital.
- Centre for Reproduction and Gynaecology Wales (CRGW), Ely Meadows, Rhodfa Marics, Llantrisant, CF72 8XL
- Vale Hospital. Hensol Castle Park. Hensol, Vale of Glamorgan. CF72 8JX
I'm interested in the services at CRGW. What would be the next step?
If you have any enquiries or would like to discuss the services in more detail, please contact one of our specialist advisors on 01443 443999. Our staff are trained to answer your queries and provide you with as much information as possible prior to your initial consultation.
What happens during a consultation appointment?
At your first appointment we will take a detailed history from you and review any previous correspondence or any further information that you bring with you. You will be provided with the details of appropriate treatments and we will answer your questions and address any concerns you may have.
If you have not had the blood tests required by the HFEA (Hepatitis B & C, HIV) already, you could have them taken at this visit. These tests are additional to the consultation cost - please visit the costs page. We will also discuss with you the other compulsory tests required, for example Rubella.
If you have had some of these tests performed from an accredited lab, which has been performed within 12 months, then please bring a copy with you to the consultation. This will mean that you may not need to have them done again which will reduce delays and costs.
During this first consultation, the doctor will discuss your individual treatment plan and go over the predicted cost of your treatment.
How do I make an appointment to see a specialist at CRGW?
If you’d like to make an initial appointment with a consultation, at either CRGW in Llantrisant or at the Cardiff Bay Clinic, please contact one of our specialist advisors on 01443 443999 who will be happy to arrange an appointment for you.
For more information on Vale Healthcare and it’s locations and services, visit click here.
Reproductive surgery is an important part of fertility care at CRGW. The aim of reproductive surgery is to correct defects, whether congenital or acquired, to restore normal anatomy and the spatial relationships between the fallopian tubes, ovaries and pelvic structures to allow for natural reproductive function.
With our association with the Vale Hospital, at Hensol, we perform laparoscopic and hysteroscopic procedures as well as myomectomies and reversal of sterilisations. We are able to provide specialty hospital level care, in a safe, private and personalized environment.
Laparoscopy is a surgical procedure that allows us to look directly into the pelvic cavity through a narrow telescope-like instrument placed through the navel area. This procedure allows visualization of endometriosis, adhesions and other conditions that can cause infertility. These conditions can often times be treated directly by division of the adhesions, excision of ovarian cysts, and removal of endometriosis.
Hysteroscopy is an outpatient surgical procedure in which a telescope is inserted through the cervix into the uterus. This procedure allows visualization of the uterine cavity to diagnose conditions, which can cause infertility and miscarriages such as polyps, fibroids, adhesions, and congenital defects. Uterine abnormalities can often be corrected by operating directly through the hysteroscope.