Meet our team
Protecting the long-term health of women and babies: taking responsibility for the future, not just the present
We are pleased to introduce you to our lovely team of highly dedicated and qualified fertility specialists. Our team each have their areas of expertise so you will meet us in many different contexts, but we all share one common goal of doing our very best to fulfil your wish of building a family.
Patient support staff
I originally graduated as a midwife in 2013. I have always worked with fertility, and helping people make their dreams come true gives me great job satisfaction.
I have always worked in the health sector. My background is as a nursing assistant and medical secretary in a private practice and in a private hospital.
I have been employed at Vitanova since the beginning of 2019 and have been the head of the secretariat since May 2021. I live in Copenhagen and am a mother of 3.
I have worked in the health sector for many, many years. My most recent job was at the department of gynaecology and obstetrics, G76, at Roskilde University Hospital, where I worked for 18 years.
I started working at Vitanova’s administration as a secretary in 2005. Here I was in contact with clients via phone and email, and provided advice on fertility treatment. I am now employed as Controller Of Administration and Finance, where I am responsible for the financial part of Vitanova. It has been exciting to follow Vitanova’s development through the years, from its start as an insemination clinic in 2005, its offering of IVF in 2010, until now.
I was originally vocationally educated, but in 2015 I became part of the Vitanova family. My role in the family is in the administrative and financial section. For me, it is important to be able to meet the customers in a good mood and a top service. I follow the motto: Customer service is not a department - it is an attitude!
My name is Frauke and originally I am from Belgium. I started at Vitanova as a receptionist/secretary, but have now moved on to marketing. Educated in political science and anthropology, I am especially interested in the social and emotional aspects of a person's fertility journey. Because we know that to take care of people and their dreams, we do not just need to take care of the cells, tissues and test results, but also of the ways in which people experience the encounters with their own fertility.