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Meet Carrot’s first partner clinic in Ireland, Sims IVF Group

Meet Carrot’s first partner clinic in Ireland, Sims IVF Group

Sims IVF Group, the largest Irish provider of fertility services, has joined Carrot as our first partner clinic in Ireland.
Jul 14, 2020
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We’re thrilled to share that Sims IVF Group, the largest Irish provider of fertility services, has joined Carrot as our first partner clinic in Ireland. Founded more than 20 years ago, the Sims IVF Group helped pioneer in-vitro fertilization (IVF) technology in Ireland. Carrot’s partner clinics, a select group of clinics who meet rigorous standards of excellence in fertility care and patient satisfaction, have deep expertise helping patients through complex fertility care. Carrot members can now access savings on the cost of fertility treatment at the Sims IVF Group's three locations in Dublin, Cork, and Carlow, as well as Rotunda IVF in Dublin.

Commenting on the announcement, Dr. John Kennedy, Group Medical Director of Sims IVF Group said, “Sims IVF Group is delighted to partner with Carrot and join their global network of fertility clinics. It is positive to see companies and employers recognising the need to support their employees as they navigate their fertility journey. Fertility is often a taboo subject, but we encourage employees to enquire about the fertility supports available to them as they would for other healthcare benefits, so they can avail of the financial and support services available to them in the workplace.” 

Tammy Sun, Co-founder and CEO of Carrot Fertility added, “Carrot and Sims IVF Group have a shared commitment to provide access to inclusive, high-quality fertility care and personalized support to everyone who wants or needs it. Fertility care is a fundamental part of human healthcare. In the four years Carrot has supported employees of multinational corporations in Ireland, we’re pleased to see more and more companies recognizing the critical role fertility benefits play in the health and well-being of their employees. We’re thrilled to enter into this partnership with Sims IVF Group and look forward to supporting our members in Ireland for many years to come.”

Carrot works with more than 100 multinational companies to offer their employees fertility care and family-forming services including comprehensive telehealth resources and employer-sponsored financial benefits that can be used towards eligible fertility care and services across more than 40 countries. 

If you are a fertility care or family-forming service provider interested in supporting Carrot members, or you would like to learn more about working with Carrot, please email and we’ll be in touch.

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