INSER is accredited by REDLARA as a GOLD Seal Center

For 26 years, INSER has worked with love, commitment and responsibility in building a quality model based on research and the application of the best techniques in Assisted Reproduction (AR).  As a testament to this, our Institution has been recognized by the Latin American Network of Assisted Reproduction (REDLARA) as a Fertility Center with a GOLD seal in Latin America.

Our scientific director, who is also deputy director of REDLARA for Colombia and neighboring countries, Dr. Natalia Posada Villa, explains in detail the importance of being part of the Network and the meaning it has for an institution to receive the GOLD seal certification. 

The Latin American Network of Assisted Reproduction (REDLARA) is a scientific and educational institution, which brings together more than 90% of the centers that perform assisted reproduction techniques in Latin America.

 REDLARA was established in 1995, with the participation of 50 centers, and currently has the affiliation of more than 200 human reproduction centers.

Its main mission is to ensure the quality of assisted reproduction services in Latin America through the accreditation of reproduction centers,  the collection, analysis and publication of Assisted Reproduction (AR) procedures performed in the centers affiliated to the Latin American Registry of Assisted Reproduction (RLA), the ongoing education and certification of professionals including physicians, laboratorians (embryologists and andrologists), nurses, psychologists, midwives and geneticists, among others.

It is important as it guarantees the veracity of the data published by the centers about the services they offer and their success rates, emphasizing safe and responsible practice.

The accreditation process promotes a better performance of the centers associated to REDLARA.

This accreditation process began in 1997, with the goal of promoting/seeking /providing a better functioning of the centers associated to REDLARA.

Requirements for Accreditation:

To have a valid legal status

Comply with the sanitary regulations of your country and those requested by REDLARA.

Report their results to the Latin American Registry of Assisted Reproduction (RLA).

Pay the fee for the accreditation visit.

Stages of the accreditation process:

1. The center must express its interest in being affiliated to REDLARA by filling out a membership form that can be downloaded from the web site:  www.redlara.com.

2. Report the data or results of the previous year’s assisted reproduction cycles to the RLA in an online format.

3. Scheduling an accreditation visit, done by one or two REDLARA accreditors (usually a clinician and/or a biologist).

4. Fulfill the minimum quality standards required by REDLARA in terms of facilities, equipment, personnel, processes-procedures, and results.

INSER was certified by REDLARA in 2000. Since then, it has reported all its performance indicators every year and has successfully maintained its accreditation for more than 20 years.

The GOLD certification indicates that the institution sent its results to the RLA and met the accreditation requirements demanded by RedLara for the year 2020. This means that INSER validated its techniques, success rates and its professional team under the standards required by this regulatory organization which aims to ensure the quality, transparency and integrity of reproduction centers each day.

It is important because it guarantees the veracity of the data published by the centers about the services they offer and their success rates, emphasizing a safe and responsible practice towards the patients, their future pregnancies,and the health of their children.

With this certification, INSER ratifies its firm commitment to best practices in the management of its fertility treatments, which day after day help thousands of families who dream of having a child.

For more information:

Medellín: (4) 268 8000

Bogotá: (1) 746 9869

Cartagena: (5) 693 0434

Pereira:  (6) 340 1709 – 311 7706212

Manizales: (6) 8962220



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