Our Consultants

Leaders in their Field

At Waterstone Clinic we pride ourselves on our success rates and our care for our patients. We have spent the last sixteen years building our incredible team who are devoted to your care. Our success stems from the combined experience and expertise of our team, dedicated to leaving no stone unturned, and our patients who place their trust in us.

Our clinicians provide honest and clear advice, and will only intervene when treatments are in the best interests of our patients: you become part of our family as you create your own.

Dr John Waterstone

Medical Director, Waterstone Clinic

Dr John Waterstone leads Waterstone Clinic and has devoted his life to women’s health and fertility in the pursuit of parenthood for his patients. He has been the leader of many important milestones for reproductive medicine in Ireland. Dr Waterstone established Waterstone Clinic (formerly Cork Fertility Centre) in 2002. The...
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Dr Peter Wiegandt

Consultant in Reproductive Medicine

Dr Wiegandt is a highly regarded fertility specialist, and he joined the Waterstone Clinic team in 2009. Dr Weigandt’s interests and expertise centre on male fertility, pre-implantation testing (PGT) and egg and embryo donation. He also has a special interest in medical ethics and in particular, ethical implications in the...
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Dr Eithne Lowe

Dr Lowe is a highly experienced Consultant in Reproductive Medicine who leads the team in Waterstone Clinic Dublin. Dr Lowe joined Waterstone Clinic in 2021. Dr Lowe graduated from Queen’s University of Belfast in 1987 with Distinction in Obstetrics and Gynaecology. She completed her post-graduate specialist training during 10 years...
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Dr Farhat Khan

Consultant in Reproductive Medicine

Dr Farhat Khan is an assisted reproduction specialist with a wealth of experience and in-depth knowledge. His interests and expertise include male infertility, polycystic ovarian syndrome, and fertility preservation in cancer patients. Dr Khan is a fellow of the Royal College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists London, Royal College of Surgeons...
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Our Milestones
Ireland’s First MicroTESE birth Jan-17
Ireland’s First PGS Birth Oct-15
Ireland’s First PGD Birth Jun-14
First clinical PGD Pregnancy Nov-13
PGD first introduced Oct-12
Vitrification freezing technique introduced Apr-12
Embryo donation introduced Oct-11
Birth of first babies (twins) from an egg donation pregnancy Nov-06
Birth of first baby after ICSI with surgically obtained sperm Apr-04
Birth of first baby after Frozen Embryo Transfer Nov-03
Birth of first IVF twins Jun-03
Birth of first IVF baby May-03
Birth of first ICSI baby Mar-03
First egg collection Jul-02
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