A Little Background Information on Dr. James (Jim) Toner
Dr. Toner is a renowned infertility and reproductive endocrinologist in Georgia. His career in medicine spans for almost three decades. Dr. Jim Toner has a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from St. Joseph’s College in Philadelphia. He later went on to receive his medical degree from the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. He is board-certified and is a part of the Atlanta Center for Reproductive Medicine team since 2000. Prior to his current position, he was a part of the Jones Institute of Reproductive Medicine in Virginia.
Accolades, Awards, and Charitable Works
Dr. Jim Toner has adorned many hats throughout his medical career. He was the Director of the Fellowship Program as well as the Third-Party Reproduction Program for the Jones Institute in Virginia. While at the Jones Institute, he was recognized for his teaching abilities and rose to the position of Associate Professor. He is a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha medical honor society. During his residency he was awarded the Resident of the Year Award.
Dr. Toner has received many more awards including those from; The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists’ Ciba-Geigy, the Berlex Foundation, and the American Fertility Society. He has received honors for his writings at the profession’s national meeting. Dr. Toner is known for his charitable works in his community. He volunteers for Habitat for Humanity by assisting with building homes for those in need. He constantly volunteers in his neighborhood and for his church.
Dr. Toner’s Fertility Research and More
Dr. Toner’s specialty is in the treating of women experiencing infertility and recurrent miscarriages. In additions, he also focuses on his patient’s emotional and mental state by using his psychological doctorate training. He comes highly recommended for his medical skill and caring attitude towards his patients and staff. He has written and given speeches on his work and observation of ovarian reserve and its effect on fertility. Dr. Toner’s written works on his research has been recorded as a major importance and has added a wealth of knowledge to his field of study.
His literary work has received accolades from nationwide and abroad. He is a current member of the American Society of Reproductive Medicine and The Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology. He is the current Chair of the Registry Committee and Informed Consents Committee for SART. In addition to Chair to both committees, he has the distinguish honor of leading and holding the reigns as President. There seems to be no end to Dr. Toner’s educational and medical contributions to the field of infertility and endocrinology reproduction.