Experience & Qualifications
After an early career in Defence Forces, Toby completed his undergraduate medical degree at the University of Sydney. He worked in Gippsland as Junior Medical Officer in O&G and went on to undertake the majority of his post graduate training at Royal North Shore Hospital in Sydney and at The Canberra Hospital in the ACT. At the Canberra Hospital, Toby obtained Fellowship of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RANZCOG). He also holds both a Bachelor of Science and Masters of Reproductive Medicine from The University of New South Wales.
Rejoining Genea as a Fertility Specialist in 2021 in Victoria, Toby has extensive clinical experience in IVF, metabolic fertility disorders, surrogacy, male factor subfertility, fertility preservation and minimally invasive surgery. He also has a special interest in both laparoscopic and hysteroscopic fertility related procedures, including excisional procedures for endometriosis.
Toby is keenly involved in training for medical professionals across a range of disciplines. He is a senior lecturer in Women’s Health at Monash University and a supervisor for all levels of Obstetrics and Gynaecology training. He is an accredited Advanced Life Support Group - MOET instructor. Between 2012-15, Toby was the Medical Director of the ACT Health Medical Officer Support, Credentialing, Education and Training unit that guided established the current JMO training program in the ACT.
Having served various appointments as a Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist at The Canberra Hospital, Royal Darwin Hospital, Bendigo Health, and the Royal Women’s Hospital, as well as clinical lead of Women’s Health services at Queanbeyan Hospital and Bass Coast Health, Toby is well acquainted with the challenges and joys of providing expert care across metropolitan and rural health settings.