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Asian Surrogacy

Asian Surrogacy

Surrogate Resource Network was started as a resource for moms who want to make a lasting contribution in a unique way. Being a surrogate is your chance to pay it forward by helping a future parent to experience the joy of children in their family.

Meet the Team

Dr. Neelam Bhise

Fertility Specialists & Gyanecologists

Dr. Neelam Bhise is a Reproductive Endocrinologist, Endoscopy surgeon (laparoscopy) at Genesis fertility clinic & IVF center. She has completed her Masters (MS) from TNMC & BYL NAIR HOSPITAL, MUMBAI. She has worked as an Assistant professor in Seth GS Medical College & KEM HOSPITAL, MUMBAI.

Dr. Milind Bhise

MD (Anaesthesiology, Critical care & Pain) Chief Consulting Anaesthesiologist

Dr. Milind Bhise is a Chief Consultant Anaesthesiologist at Genesis fertility clinic & IVF center. His work and dedication in field of anaesthesiology is remarkable. He has completed his MD from Tata Memorial Hospital, Parel, Mumbai, after that he has worked as Assistant Professor at TNMC & BYL NAIR HOSPITAL, MUMBAI (a tertiary care hospital).

Dr. Akshata Devlekar


Dr Akshata Devlekar is a centre coordinator at Asian Surrogacy department has more than 5 years of experience in the field of healthcare.

Manali Paik

Mrs. Manali Paik is a staff nurse at Asian Surrogacy department with 2 years of experience in patient care.

Pradnya Kamble

Mrs Pradnya Kamble is a staff nurse at Asian Surrogacy department with 2 years of experience in patient care.

Membership of Asian Surrogacy is completely free for Surrogate Mothers.

If you would like to have a confidential chat about Surrogacy UK, the support we can offer you, and our joining process, then please contact Jayne or Sarah. Both are experienced surrogate mothers and would love to talk things through with you.


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News & Events

  • Risks of using an unregistered donor
  • If you don’t use a registered donor from an HFEA licensed clinic:
  • you could be putting your health and that of the unborn child at risk as the same checks and screening do not apply
  • the legal position is less clear and the donor could have a claim on or responsibility for the child
  • people born as a result will not have a statutory right to access information about their donor from the HFEA register.