Leading Minds
Leading Science

Virtus Health provides world-class clinical, scientific, diagnostic and day surgery services. We combine the strength of a successful network collaboration with individualised care to support over 5,000 couples and single women a year, in Australia, Ireland and Singapore, on their path to parenthood.

Leading Minds
Leading Science

Virtus Health offers exceptional Career Opportunities for high calibre fertility specialists and professional support staff wishing to work in Australia, Ireland and Singapore. Join one of the world's most successful fertility networks. Collaborate with our leading fertility doctors, nurses and scientists, while being supported by an expert team.

Leading Minds
Leading Science

Virtus Health is one of the world’s most successful collaborations between doctors. With over 100 fertility specialists who are leaders in their field, we use our collective expertise and depth of experience to deliver the best possible outcome for our patients and for the fertility sector as a whole. 

Leading Minds
Leading Science

Virtus Health has helped create more than 55,000 babies. With a network of over 100 fertility specialists and over 1000 professional staff, our patients are supported by a level of expert care second to none.

Leading Minds
Leading Science

Virtus Health is committed to the expansion of knowledge in the specialist field of IVF and fertility care. Our fertility specialists lecture at many of Australia’s leading universities and publish over 30 new research papers a year.

The Virtus Health Network

As one of the world's largest networks of fertility doctors, scientists, nurses, counsellors and support staff, we combine the strength of a doctor-driven approach to individual patient care with collaboration.

Group Development

Virtus Health is a true Australian success story. We have a unique organisational model and we are regarded as one of the most successful collaborations between specialist doctors in the world.

The first Australians to use Karyomapping genetic testing to avoid passing on life threatening conditions – deliver healthy babies

In an Australian first, two families have delivered healthy babies on the same day (one in Melbourne, the other Sydney) conceived using karyomapping, a new pre-implantation genetic test based on the use of DNA fingerprinting to identify defective genes. Karyomapping was first introduced in Australia in November 2014 by Virtus Health (comprising Melbourne IVF, IVFAustralia, Hunter IVF, Queensland Fertility Group, & TasIVF).

Virtus Grows Revenue and Australian Market Share Despite Weak Local Market Conditions


  • Revenue increased by 12.9% to $114.5 million
  • EBITDA increased by 2.6% to $32.8 million
  • Australian segment EBITDA increased by 2.2% to $36.8 million
  • Increased Australian Assisted Reproductive Services (ARS) market share despite sector contraction
  • International operations contribute $10.4 million to revenue
  • Day Hospital and Specialist Diagnostics continue to deliver growth

Key Financial Results

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