Our history

Our founding fertility specialists were involved in the first IVF babies born in Australia and Ireland and played pivotal roles in progressing the assisted reproductive services sector globally. 

When it all began, we were there.

EVOLUTION

1984

Queensland Fertility Group founded

1989

Melbourne IVF founded

2002

IVFAustralia founded from merger of four Sydney based ART practices

2008

Quadrant acquires IVFAustralia and creates IVF Holdings Group

2008

IVF Holdings Group acquires Melbourne IVF

2009

IVF Holdings Group acquires Queensland Fertility Group

2010

IVF Holdings Group renamed to Virtus Health

2011

Acquire Fertility Gold Coast (regional QLD)

2011

Acquire Hunter IVF (regional NSW)

2012 January

The Fertility Centre 1st low cost clinic Springwood QLD

2012 October

The Fertiliy Center opens Dandenong VIC

2012 December

The Fertility Centre opens Liverpool NSW

2013 June

Virtus Health listed on ASX

2013 May

The Fertility Centre opens Sunshine VIC

2013 December

Admitted to S&P/ASX200 index

2014 May

Acquire SIMS IVF Ireland

2014 November

Acquire Sunshine Coast QLD co-branded TFC/QFG

2014 December

SIMS opens Cork clinic mid year, acquires RotundaIVF

2014 December

Acquires Tas IVF

2015 January

Virtus Fertility Centre Singapore opens

2015 May

The Fertility Centre opens Wollongong NSW

2015 September

Acquire IDS Pathology Lab Virtus Diagnostics entity grows

2015 November

Tas IVF opens Launceston clinic

2016 May

Acquire Canberra Fertility Centre

2016 August

The Fertility Centre opens Gold Coast

2016 December

Acquires Aagaard Clinic Denmark

2018 February

Acquire Complete Fertility Centre (UK)

2018 June

Acquire Trianglen (Denmark)

2019 April

Transfer and collaboration agreements with Vitrolife for Ivy AI system