Specializes in Genetics, immunology, and andrology
More than 3,000 IVF cycles a year
ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 15189:2013 certified
250+ full-time employees
Good donor options
3rd Cycle FREE for select treatments
GENNET was founded in 1996 as a centre for genetics and grew since then into a full-fledged medical centre offering all fertility treatments in one place with experienced doctors in the fields of genetics, immunology and andrology. The clinic has its own genetics and immunological laboratory. GENNET performs more than 3,000 IVF cycles a year and has helped create 10,000+ babies so far.
GENNET is ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 15189:2013 certified with more than 250 full-time employees. The clinic regularly treats foreign patients from countries around the world including Italy, Ireland, UK, Germany, Austria, US and Canada with language support in English, Italian, German and French.
For couples who just started planning to have a baby, the clinic offers a unique “Carrier Test” to examine hereditary dispositions that may affect parental fertility and the health of the baby. Those requiring donor services can avail of the clinic’s sperm bank and anonymous donor list meeting strict standards as per Czech law. Donor ethnicities include European Caucasian and Nordic donors.
The clinic provides a dedicated patient coordinator that stays throughout the fertility journey and there are no wait times in starting the treatment. 3rd Cycle FREE option is available for select treatments subject to terms and conditions and qualifying criteria.
GENNET is located in the centre of Prague with plenty of accommodation options and connectivity to the rest of the city through public transport. Being centrally located in Europe, the city of Prague offers several convenient rail links and short flights to most major countries in Europe.
Winters in Prague are cold with average temperatures at about freezing point and not a lot of sunshine. Snowfall is common from November to March. Prague gets plenty of sunshine in the summer months with average high temperatures reaching 75 °F (24 °C). It can get chilly at night even in the summer so packing a jacket is recommended in the summertime, especially during windy spells of weather.
GENNET is a full-fledged medical center offering all fertility treatments in one place including:
Urology and Andrology
In addition to the above treatments, the clinic also offers transportation of sperm, eggs and embryos to a different location
Dr. Milan Daněk
Dr. Milan Daněk graduated from the Faculty for General Medicine of Charles University in Prague in 1982. He holds the certification I. and II. in gynaecology and obstetrics. He worked and studied in Toronto, Canada - Fellowship in Prenatal Diagnosis at the University of Ontario, Toronto. After a year at this university, he subsequently worked for Women´s College Hospital, Toronto – Fellowship in Maternal Foetal Medicine. In 1993 he returned to Czech and worked as a deputy chief physician in the hospital in Prachatice. He became member of the General Medical Council – UK in 2011.
Dr. Monika Poláková
Senior IVF physician
Dr. Monika Poláková has been working in reproductive medicine since 2001. She started at the Clinic of Gynaecology and Obstetrics of the University Hospital Motol and later worked at a private IVF centre where she worked as a senior physician. She is certified in gynaecology & obstetrics and reproductive medicine, is a licenced senior physician and teaches courses in gynaecology, obstetrics and reproductive medicine. She authored several scientific publications and gives lectures at public forums.
Dr. Miroslav Landfeld
Dr. Miroslav Landfeld graduated from the Faculty for General Medicine of Charles University in Prague and started working in the department for gynaecology and obstetrics in a hospital in Liberec. His past work experience includes working at Frauenklinik St. Gallen in Switzerland and Frauenklinik Zittau - Klinikum Oberlausitzer Bergland as a senior physician. He has been with GENNET IVF clinics in Prague and Liberec since 2004 and oversees German speaking patients.