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Couples Can Now Save To Pay For IVF Treatment – Nordica Fertility MD, DR Abayomi Ajayi

As a quick response to the COVID-19 Pandemic which has taken the world by surprise, Nordica Fertility Centre has announced an easy payment plans for couples with fertility challenges across Nigeria.

This announcement was made by Dr Abayomi Ajayi, the medical director of Nordica on Friday while he was speaking with journalists via the Zoom app.

Dr Abayomi who introduced the Nordica Flex Pay Plan and Nordica exclusive as the company’s direct response to the COVID-19 pandemic also said that the payment plans were designed to help couples pay IVF fee conveniently and at their own pace.

He further explained that the Nordica Flex Pay Plan is a package designed to help couples pay for IVF over a period of 12 months. According to him, embarking on IVF treatment is more affordable in Nigeria than any other country in the world and we can safely say that the treatments available are comparable to some of the high profile clinics anywhere in the world.

“To help many more couples access fertility treatment, we at Nordica have introduced our Flex Pay Plan which is an instalment payment plan which allows couples to save towards having a baby of their own.

“The flex pay plan will allow couples to set a target for themselves, while they are on the plan, they will have access to some of our premium services leading up to the final treatment required.
Speaking further on the Nordica Exclusive, Dr Abayomi reiterated that this plan was made for couples who would like to travel abroad for IVF treatment but cannot do so due to the lockdown and travel ban enforced as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic.

“This product is our response to our extremely confidentiality-focused clients who may have opted for their treatment abroad. In the face of travel restrictions and the hazards of COVID-19, seeing a premium local alternative that offers a flexible appointment only service, with the aim of giving personalized services cannot be overlooked.” He said.

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