I would like to personally thank you for putting your trust in us; please allow me to briefly share our story with you.
I strongly believe that every individual deserves to experience the joy of parenthood, so in 2008, I established our headquarters in Tbilisi, Georgia, New Life Georgia, as part of New Life Group. Since then, we have extended our reach throughout the world, with fertility centers successfully operating in Georgia, Ukraine, India, Thailand, South East Asia, Kenya, South Africa, and Poland.
You’ve probably been through many attempts, struggled with doubts and experienced waves of emotions along the journey that has led you here to us. But my own personal experience with infertility empowers me to tell you this: it’s too early to give up!
My personal journey saw me through 11 unsuccessful IVF attempts, endometriosis and four surgeries, and one successful, but ectopic, pregnancy. At that point I, too, turned to surrogacy. And with the help of two wonderful surrogates, my husband and I now have a beautiful daughter and twin boys, born in 2011. I know it’s hard to start or even continue the journey to parenthood through the hurdles and the struggles. But we are here to walk with you every step of the way.
Our dedicated team of coordinators will help you get all of the information you need about every detail of your future program with New Life. Attentive and compassionate patient coordinators and doctors with vast practical experience, with training in Western Europe and the USA, will provide you with qualified advice and support before the start of your program, throughout the pregnancy and after your baby is delivered.
We understand the life-changing decision to undergo infertility treatment abroad, in a country completely different from you own, is complex and complicated. That is why we strive to bear as much of the burden as possible for you, minimizing any potential stress or discomfort you may have experienced otherwise along the way. We look forward to embarking on this journey, together.
Sincerely, Mariam Kukunashvili, MD, PhD