IVF Clinic – Cayman Fertility Centre

IVF Clinic – Cayman Fertility Centre

Cayman Fertility Centre is a sister clinic to Barbados Fertility Centre, and offers the same exceptional service! This full service IVF clinic is located in the northern region of the Caribbean to better service our patients in that area and has many daily direct flights from the USA.


Fertility Centre in Cayman – IVF Clinic

Cayman Fertility Centre

We combine cutting edge fertility treatments with holistic therapies, resulting in success rates significantly above the UK and USA average.

Cayman Fertility Centre is a sister clinic to Barbados Fertility Centre, and offers the same exceptional service! This full service IVF clinic is located in the northern region of the Caribbean to better service our patients in that area and has many daily direct flights from the USA.
Grand Cayman has a strong background in tourism and offers a relaxing environment to be at your optimum of relaxation during your IVF treatment with us.
Cayman Fertility Centre provides a team approach to your care. Throughout your treatment with us, a highly specialized team of doctors, nurses and embryologists will manage your case individually, to provide the best possible outcome.


Marsha returns to Barbados Fertility Centre with Alexah

Patient Testimonial for BFC


Amanda and Justin talk to us about their IVF journey


  • Seaston House, Hastings
  • Christ Church, Barbados

Opening Hours

Mon 08:00 : 16:00pm
Tue 08:00 : 16:00pm
Wed 08:00 : 16:00pm
Thu 08:00 : 16:00pm
Fri 08:00 : 16:00pm


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Accreditations & Social

Languages + Services

  • English
  • Acupuncture
  • Reflexology & Massage
  • Emergency service
  • International travel
  • Local accommodation
  • Tours and vacation services
IVF Clinic - Cayman Fertility Centre, 5.0 out of 5 based on 1 rating

Health Provider Type



Cayman | City : Grand Cayman


Meet Our Medical Team & Staff

Dr. Joe Davis - Medical Director
Reproductive Endocrinologist
Born in Virginia, I trained and practiced as a Reproductive Endocrinologist in New York City and also the Midwest. Over the past 8 years, I witnessed my patient’s fertility struggles and throughout their journeys I heard a common theme.
Full CV
Nearly all patients expressed feelings of stress and anxiety, often due to a lack of success in achieving pregnancy, and the financial burdens associated with fertility treatments. I left New York to start Cayman Fertility Centre in order to offer patients the same high-quality fertility care that they would receive in the United States, but in a peaceful and tranquil Caribbean setting. As a promoter of holistic medicine, I incorporate acupuncture, nutrition and wellness into high tech fertility care. The modern hospitals and cutting edge technology of Grand Cayman made it a perfect place to bring advanced fertility care to paradise.
Dawn M. Davidson
Women´s Health Specialist
Dawn is from the Philadelphia area in the United States. Her area of specialty is Women’s Health.
Full CV
While working the Antepartum unit, she became interested in the Infertility/IVF process. Dawn started working IVF in 1993. Most recently, she has worked at Abington Reproductive Medicine and Penn Fertility Care. She has performed daily clinical operations ranging from drawing blood, sperm preparation, intra uterine insemination and assisting with egg retrieval and embryo transfer.Dawn has brought many years of clinical experience and innovative ideas to the various clinics she has worked with and her goal is to have Cayman Fertility Center be known as a center that truly cares for the patient as an individual.
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Patient Testimonials - Comments and Votes

Patient" When I was 21 I was sick and losing weight whilst trying to finish college, after 8 months of this I was diagnosed with pelvic inflammatory disease.  "
Kate & Nick Etheridge
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Some of the specialists I saw had been very dismissive of my condition and suggested it was my body going through adolescent changes. It was only when I was admitted to the emergency room that they finally took my case seriously. My Gynaecologist performed surgery on me and when I came round she told me that I had been a month away from a full hysterectomy and that it was highly unlikely I would ever conceive naturally. At 24 I was diagnosed with relapse/remitting multiple sclerosis and it was recommended that if wanted a family of my own I should try sooner rather than later. By age 28 I had inflamed fallopian tubes and I was admitted into Hospital to have both tubes removed due to infection, in fact, only the right tube was removed as the left was considered to be capable of healing. I was 36 when I found that I was suffering from an ectopic pregnancy, this was treated with methotrexate, a drug used to treat cancer patients, however, after two doses of this drug my left fallopian tube ruptured and caused internal bleeding, I was rushed to Accident and Emergency in a very bad state. They operated but only removed the damaged part of the tube, leaving me vulnerable to further ectopic pregnancies should I attempt any kind of fertility treatment. I was off work for two months during which time I saw a psychologist to help me through the very difficult time because it was clear to me that to have a baby I was going to have 100% assistance. Two years later while my partner Nick and I were holidaying in the Maldives, South Asia, we made the decision to embark on IVF. Our first appointment was August that year but sadly the attempt was unsuccessful. The second attempt was in January 2009 but yet again the blood test came back negative and I was recommended to try using donor eggs. While researching this as an option we made a third attempt, at age 39 , this was also unsuccessful. Shortly after this last failed attempt Nick was offered a position to work in Trinidad and Tobago. We seriously considered this and by October we made our first trip there. While on this inaugural trip Nick asked me to marry him at the Asa Wright Nature Reserve, one of the most beautiful places on Earth. Two months later we got married at Chelsea Old Town Hall here in England. We spent our wedding night in the Kipling Suite at The Nutfield Priory near Redhill, Surrey and the following morning attended church in the snow for my nieces christening where I was made Godmother. Life was good. That January we packed up, stored, shipped both our personal belongings and our two beloved cats and hosted a farewell drinks party for friends before heading off to start our new adventure living in the Caribbean. Once settled I got in touch with a friend living in Grenada who told me about her experience at the Barbados Fertility Centre. She has four year old twins courtesy of BFC and a surprise little boy two years later. As for us, the rest, as they say, is history. My first injections for this fourth cycle began on my 41st Birthday, then in April we travelled to the Barbados Fertility Centre for the final stages. A week and a half later I started bleeding and although I remained as calm as possible I simply wasn't convinced this was just implantation bleeding. It persisted and, in fact, went on for just over two weeks, during which time I did two pregnancy tests, both of which appeared to me as inconclusive as there was only a very faint line. We were advised to go for quantitative hcg blood tests, the first result came back at 114 which I didn't realise at first was a good thing. I was beside myself !!!!! So was Nick. The tests were repeated two days later and having proceeded with great caution we were quietly excited when the level came back at 200 ... it was rising ! Four days later it was 430 and again, four days later it was 1,034, we could go for a scan and we finally started to think that I really might be pregnant ! It took some time to allow ourselves to be excited at what was happening, we didn't want to be disappointed, but the truth was that I really had a new life inside me ... our darling gorgeous Kitty.
Patient"Going to Barbados Fertility Centre after a failed IUI and failed IVF at another clinic was the best thing I could have ever done in my life and I wish I went there first."
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"I opted for a local clinic initially as it just seemed more convenient and less costly, but don't let that be your deciding factor. I have always heard good things about Barbados Fertility Centre and from my first visit to the Trinidad office to my arrival in Barbados, it was a very pleasant experience. Barbados Fertility Centre is extremely well organised, very accommodating and very helpful. Everyone is skilled in each aspect of their job profiles and they make you feel very comfortable every step of the way. The atmosphere of Barbados itself is relaxing, the cool sea breeze, walking along the beach…this really does make you forget about everyday life back home and it helps your body to absorb and accept the treatment you are receiving. IVF is physically and emotionally challening, mainly because you know that after all the effort success is never a guarantee, but I believe that at Barbados Fertility Centre they are honest with you and will do everything they can to maximise your chances of pregnancy. I am now 36 and was considered to be a poor ovarian responder who may never be able to have children and thanks to Barbados Fertility Centre I am now pregnant and I can't thank them enough!""
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As we get ready to return to international patients coming to Barbados for IVF treatment, we have put in place some changes to ensure the safety for the patients and staff:Limitation of the number of persons simultaneously present in the centre with our waiting room seating area spaced for social [...]
Wed, Jun 24, 2020
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Mon, Jun 15, 2020
A reflective look at life and IVF
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Mon, Apr 20, 2020
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Wed, Nov 06, 2013
Source: Veronica Montgomery
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Fri, Mar 15, 2013
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