We have partnered with a leading doctor from Mauritius to bring state-of-the-art fertility practices to Kenya.
Harley Street Fertility Centre Kenya (HSFC KE) aims to provide the latest technological advances in diagnosis and treatment of infertility, where Nature fails.
He is the pioneer of vaginal ultrasound in the UK and also performed the first ultrasound directed egg collection procedures, initially using abdominal ultrasound and later using vaginal ultrasound techniques.
He is known for his thoroughness in the investigation of causes of infertility.
He initially set up IVF centers at the King’s College Hospital, London and the Hallam Medical Center. He then worked as Deputy Medical Director under Patrick Steptoe in Cambridge from 1985 to 1988.
He is a frequent speaker at international meetings on topics relating to infertility, IVF, ultrasound and minimally invasive surgery using laparoscopy and hysteroscopy. He has trained many specialists worldwide, and published extensively in the last 18 years.
From 1989 to the beginning of 1999 he was Medical Director of the Churchill Clinic in London which became one of the most successful centers for treatment and training in IVF and Ultrasound techniques.
Since May 1999 the Harley Street Fertility Center (HSFC) has become a successful and reputable center with the latest ultrasound technology providing three dimensional images to increase diagnostic ability and four dimensional images to provide more sophisticated monitoring of high risk pregnancy.
He is a Fellow of The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (RCOG), UK and currently Chairs the RCOG Committee in Kenya. He is also the Interim Secretary of the Kenya Fertility Society, and has been involved in initiatives for Fertility Treatment Regulation in Kenya. He is also involved in developing novel initiatives to make IVF treatment more affordable and accessible to needy couples in Kenya, and the wider East African region.
Dr Murage also plays an active role in collaborative projects with other organizations working in the field of Reproductive Health. He has been involved in collaborative initiatives with the WHO, JHPIEGO, Centre for Maternal and Newborn Health, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, UK (LSTM), Jacaranda Health and with the Division of Reproductive Health (Kenya). He was awarded a recognition plaque in 2015 by the Kenya Obstetrics and Gynecology Society (KOGS), in conjunction with the African Federation of Obstetrics and Gynecology (AFOG), for his contribution on the field of Assisted Reproduction.
Dr Murage is also an accomplished writer. He pens weekly health columns in The Standard Newspapers and The Nairobian (Kenya) in matters of Reproductive and general health. He has also published a book (Tales from a Gynecologist) which is a must read for those who enjoy medical humor and satire.