Dr Andrew Kan
MB BS (Hons) MMed FRCOG FRANZCOG CREI
Considerate, capable and extremely approachable
Donor & Surrogacy / Gynaecology / Male Infertility / Recurrent implantation failure / Recurrent Miscarriage
Dr Andrew Kan co-founded IVF Australia in 2002, along with 6 other doctors in NSW. He is a highly regarded, experienced fertility specialist who is driven by a passion for making IVF treatments more accessible. He established The Fertility Centre in Liverpool in March 2013, and expanded his vision internationally, setting up IVF (SG) in Singapore in July 2023.
Currently serving as the Medical Director of Morula IVF, the largest IVF unit in Indonesia, Dr Kan oversees branches in Sumatra, Java, Bali, Kalimantan, and Sulawesi. Despite his expanding influence across Asia, he remains integral of the IVFAustralia international team, offering online consultations to patients.
Prior to his current role, Dr Kan practiced in Virtus Fertility Centre Singapore between 2021 and 2023. He continues to provide unwavering support to patients at Virtus Singapore, IVF Australia and throughout Asia, maintaining strong connections with colleagues in Malaysia and Thailand.
With a specialised focused on egg and sperm donation, Dr Kan gained invaluable experience at the bustling egg donation clinic at London’s Lister Hospital in the United Kingdom, where he worked for two years starting in 2000.
Andrew’s academic journey began with an honours degree from the University of Sydney in 1988, followed by comprehensive training in obstetrics and gynaecology. He further honed his skills during a three-year tenure in London at Guys, St Thomas’ and Lister Hospitals, focusing on infertility.
Returning to Sydney to complete his Master of Medicine (Reproductive Health and Genetics) and attained his sub-specialty certification in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility (CREI). He currently holds a prestigious position as a Conjoint Senior Lecturer at The University of New South Wales.
Since 2010, Andrew has been a Conjoint senior lecturer in the Basic Reproductive Physiology course of the Masters of Reproductive Medicine program at the University of NSW, extending his teaching endeavours across Asia.
Fluent in English, Mandarin, Cantonese, Japanese, and Bahasa Indonesia, Dr Kan fosters effective communication with diverse patients from various cultural backgrounds.