A SPECIALIST medical research centre has moved into new premises at the Oxford Business Park.

The Assisted Reproduction and Gynaecology Centre (ARGC) has taken 4,885 sq ft of premises at Nash Court on a ten-year lease.

ARGC focuses on In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF) and the Business Park location will offer a service involving the monitoring phase of treatment, so reducing the need for patients to attend ARGC’s central London clinic.

Mike Leach, chief executive of the ARGC, said: “The new premises will allow ARGC to continue to provide support and care for our customers.

“The building and surrounding facilities lend themselves to our business and customer needs, making the move a natural choice.”

James Raven, development director at Business Park operator Goodman, said: “As one of the largest providers of assisted reproduction treatments in the UK, we look forward to welcoming ARGC into the established network of companies based at Oxford Business Park.”