For details of the kinds of treatment available to LGBTQIA+ individuals or couples, take a look around this site and order one of our free information packs.
If you’re interested in finding out more about treatment, we recommend coming along to one of our free fertility information sessions, where you can talk to some of our specialists, scientists and nurses face-to-face. These sessions are designed to give you a better understanding of what’s involved in fertility treatment and what you can expect. Rest assured, you won’t be under any pressure to start treatment.
We understand that you probably have lots of questions about how we can help you build a family. If you can’t find the answers here on our site, feel free to contact our friendly team and they’ll do all they can to help.
If you’ve done your research and are ready to take the first steps towards building a family, you can book an appointment with one of our accredited specialists.
You can usually claim some of the consultation cost back from Medicare if you’re referred to us by your GP, so we recommend you talk to him or her first. To make things easy, download our Referral Form and ask your GP to fill it in for you. You can contact our Fertility Advice Team on: 1300 222 623 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org for recommendations on a suitable GP for you. Our team will be more than happy to help.
While you’re waiting for your GP referral, you’re welcome to book a time to meet with a specialist. As long as your referral is dated prior to the date of your first appointment, you’ll be able to claim the consultation cost back through Medicare.
Whether you’ve met with other specialists or this is your first time talking to someone about building a family, you’ll receive a comprehensive approach to diagnosis and treatment, tailored to your individual needs.
At Rainbow Fertility, we strive to give you clear and comprehensive information, helping you make well-informed decisions about the best way forward.
To learn more, visit our page Preparing for an Appointment.
Current as at 01.02.2016