The Agora is the main, and largest, fertility clinic in the South East offering treatment to both NHS and self-paying patients
The clinic believes in empowering men and women with the freedom of reproductive choice by creating families now and in the future with both expertise and compassion.
Winner of the Business of the Year and Innovation Award in 2015 in recognition of the clinic’s contribution to the community
The Agora embraces diversity and has specialised programmes for same sex couples, fertility preservation, and fertility planning as a choice for young women
Carole Gilling-Smith, the founder and medical director of the Agora, graduated in Medicine from Cambridge in 1984 and completed a PhD on the genetics of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome whilst holding a Medical Research Council Training Fellowship in Reproductive Medicine. In 2000 she set up the UK’s first fertility program to help HIV infected men and women have children safely as part of the Chelsea & Westminster Assisted Conception unit in London.
Carole is a Fellow of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (FRCOG), a specialist in Reproductive Medicine and the Medical Director and Founder of the Agora Clinic in Brighton