Olive Fertility Centre Partner near Vanderhoof

Dedicated to providing fertility treatment and health care to women and gender diverse individuals near Vanderhoof. 


Blossom Fertility and Medical Clinic partners with Olive Fertility Centre in Vancouver to provide IVF treatment for patients near Vanderhoof.


The team at Blossom will provide your fertility testing, initial consultation, and treatment plan. They will also support you through the stimulation phase of your IVF treatment. This involves having medication available and monitoring the growth of your egg follicles until they are large enough for retrieval at Olive Fertility Centre. They will also help prepare you for a frozen embryo transfer.


Having the initial phase of your treatment done close to home means that you need to spend less time in Vancouver.


If you are in search of a fertility clinic near Vanderhoof, contact us today to learn more about our fertility services and how we can support you in your efforts to begin or grow your family. 

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Erin and Roberto

I always wanted to be a mom and never would have believed it would be such a challenge for me to become one. I know what it’s like to go into the clinic multiple times a week hoping for good news every time. Feeling hopeless in the middle of a cycle that isn’t going how I wanted it to.

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2 years of trying naturally, one egg retrieval, 4 embryo transfers that lead us to our sweet girl born May 2021.

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I underwent egg retrieval/freezing in July of 2021. From the very beginning, the staff at Olive was absolutely incredible. I had flown to Vancouver from Northern BC and was staying alone to do all of my injections since my husband wasn’t able to attend due to the current COVID regulations. The first shot was the scariest but it gave me an immense amount of confidence for the subsequent shots that were required for retrieval.⁠

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The Smiths

Our journey to parenthood still feels surreal. Infertility is a rollercoaster that you don’t want to be on, taking you slowly up each hill and barreling you down, only to climb another. Initially when my husband and I started trying to grow our family, we “didn’t stress” (which ended up being the most common and unwelcome piece of advice offered by well-meaning friends). When we didn’t get pregnant after a few months of trying, I tried not to worry even though I was desperately afraid that something was wrong.

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Like many middle class educated professional women, I was unable to find a suitable mate. I spent my 30s pining for Mr Right, so I could get on with creating a family much like the one I grew up in. After some challenging relationships my 40th birthday marked a turning point in my search. I was no longer going to look for “him” I was going to create my own family.

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Gladys and John

John and I met in 2002 and got married in May 2004. We started building our dream together of having a family and building lots of memories with our children. We tried getting pregnant for years with no success. After consulting different doctors we found out that I have Polycystic Ovaries, which is the main reason why I couldn’t get pregnant.

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The Majors

After almost 5 years of trying to conceive and working with doctors, plus 4 failed rounds of IUI we looked at the thought of proceeding down the journey of In Vitro Fertilization (IVF). Neither Bryce or I had anything medically wrong that prevented us from having children or impacted the process, it just simply wasn't going to happen on its own.

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BC's New Public IVF Funding: What We Know, What We Don't, and What's Next

By Dr. Beth Taylor

Fertility Care Trends 2024: Embracing Personalization, Advanced Diagnostics, and the Rise of AI

By Dr. Beth Taylor

Explore the evolving landscape of fertility care in 2024 with Dr. Beth Taylor. From the importance of personalized treatments to advancements in diagnostics, discover how the field is embracing more accurate testing and encouraging a shift towards earlier adoption of IVF. Dr. Taylor also delves into the role of AI, sharing insights into its application in optimizing treatment and laboratory protocols. Join her optimistic outlook on the rapid advancements shaping the world of infertility care.

Navigating the Path to Fatherhood for Gay Male Couples through Surrogacy and Egg Donation

By Dr. Beth Taylor

Discover the steps to parenthood for gay male couples through surrogacy and egg donation. From consultations to joyful pregnancies, explore the emotional and financial aspects, with over 90% success. Reach out for support on your family journey.

Understanding Natural Killer Cells in Pregnancy: Testing, Treatment, and Insights

By Dr. Beth Taylor

If I go a week without being asked about natural killer cells, I’d be surprised. The topic of natural killer cells is really messy: do they cause miscarriage? Do you want a lot of them or none of them for a successful pregnancy? Should we be testing for them? If so, where do we test for them: blood or uterine lining? Do they even matter?

Clinic Health and Safety Information | October 2023 Update

By Olive Care Team

B.C. Mask Mandate | Starting October 3, 2023 we will be complying with the B.C. Ministry of Health mask mandate in health-care settings. All Olive Fertility patients will be required to wear a mask when attending appointments at all clinic locations.

Reflections on "The Retrievals" & pain management in fertility care

By Dr. Beth Taylor

In reflecting on the popular podcast The Retrievals from Serial Productions and The New York Times, Dr. Taylor considers when pain management is and isn't done well in IVF-related procedures and how the field should move forward.

Updates for Kelowna patients

By Olive Care Team

Instructions for Olive Fertility Kelowna patients due to current state of emergency in Kelowna and surrounding area.

DHEA: does it really help?

By Dr. Beth Taylor

If you are infertile or work in the world of fertility you know the hot topics of the day. Some current ones are ERA, age, immune testing, and sperm DNA fragmentation. Every now and again a hot fertility topic will spill into mainstream media and this week DHEA spilled over.

Clinic Information for Patients | April 2023 Update

By Olive Care Team

Important details to note when visiting our clinics.

Evaluating sperm donor options

By Dr. Beth Taylor

Three options for acquiring donor sperm.

What personalized medicine looks like during IVF

By Dr. Beth Taylor

Personalized medicine is not just a new “buzz phrase” but an important paradigm in fertility care.

News & Announcements

Olive Fertility Centre Voted Best Fertility Clinic in Vancouver

published on 07/09/2023

Olive Fertility Centre voted #1 Fertility Clinic for the 8th year in the 2023 Georgia Straight Best of Vancouver Awards

LGBTQ2SIA+ family building: How this Victoria couple is navigating their fertility journey (Victoria Times Colonist)

published on 05/07/2023

Kelsey and Lauren are one of the many couples wanting to start their family. Experts at Olive Fertility Victoria are helping make this dream a reality

What is causing birthrates to drop in Canada?

published on 24/05/2023

Dr. Al Yuzpe speaks with Chek TV about why infertility is increasing and how advancements in fertility treatment are helping

Advancements in IVF and Hope for Tomorrow with Dr. Al Yuzpe

published on 26/05/2023

Dr. Al Yuzpe, the most senior reproductive endocrinologist in Canada, talks with Future Fertility about future advancements of IVF.

Olive Fertility Centre Receives Award for Exceptional Patient Care

published on 28/04/2023

Vancouver Canada-Olive Fertility Centre is proud to announce that they have been awarded the Fertility Matters Canada Compassion & Care Award. This award recognizes exceptional Canadian fertility clinics that have demonstrated a commitment to providing compassionate and individualized care to their patients.

Infertility Awareness Week: Experts call for procedures to be covered in B.C.

published on 28/04/2023

Olive Fertility’s Dr. Bonnie Woolnough speaks to CTV reporter Regan Hasegawa about the barriers patients face in accessing fertility treatment in BC.

Navigating your fertility journey: where to find help in Victoria B.C.

published on 24/04/2023

Dr Ginevra Mills gives some tips on navigating your fertility journey.

Pioneer in the Field of Reproductive Medicine Recognized for Lifetime Achievement

published on 28/09/2022

Known as the grandfather of IVF in Canada, Olive Fertility Centre co-founder and co-director Dr. Albert Yuzpe has received a prestigious award for contribution to fertility treatment.

Olive Fertility Centre Proud Sponsor of Victoria’s Inaugural Butterfly Run October 1st

published on 23/09/2022

We need to be providing more ongoing support for those who have suffered a loss, and for pregnancy after loss and beyond,” says Dr James Graham, fertility specialist and clinical director of Olive Fertility Victoria

Inclusion of all gender and sexually diverse people is an important value of Olive Fertility Centre. We are continuously striving to create an environment of compassionate belonging where all of the 2SLGBTQIA+ community are supported, valued and respected.

Olive Fertility Centre resides on the traditional, ancestral, and unceded territory of the xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), and Tsleil-waututh Nations (Vancouver and Surrey clinics), of the Lekwungen people (Victoria clinic), of the syilx/Okanagan people (Kelowna clinic) and of the Lheidli T’enneh First Nation (Blossom Fertility clinic in Prince George).

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