Fertility doctors are often overlooked in the medical field. Many professionals in this field don’t get their just due for the great job they do every day. Dr. Jim Toner is looking to change all that however. He is a prominent fertility doctor who has the potential to bring reproductive medicine to the forefront.

Dr. Jim Toner is the director of the Atlanta Center for Reproductive Medicine’s Third-Party Reproduction Program. Prior to joining the Atlanta Center for Reproductive Medicine, he served as director of the Jones Institute for Reproductive Medicine Norfolk, VA. His success at the Jones institute was a major factor in his hiring at the Atlanta Center for Reproductive Medicine.

According to fertilityiq.com, Jim Toner he has built a reputation as an individual helping to make strides in fertility research. He has garnered a lot of praise for his distinguished record of research contributions to the field. Few individuals have published more works pertaining to topics of reproductive medicine. He’s written dozens of articles over the years. One topics that stands out in his many articles is his evaluation of ovarian reserve and its impact on fertility. Not to mention, his work on the connection between progesterone in luteal support of Assisted Reproduction cycles.

Dr. Jim Toner has received a lot more recognition than the average fertility doctor. His is a recipient of both the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists’ Ciba-Geigy Award and the American Fertility Society Ortho Award. In addition, he is a two-time winner of the “First Prize Paper,” an award announced at the profession’s national meeting.

Though Dr. Jim Toner is a well-rounded fertility doctor he specializes in treatment of infertility and recurrent miscarriage. His background in psychology really comes in handy when he needs to connect with his patients on an emotional level. This gives his approach to the infertility treatment process a much-needed touch of human element. after all, he isn’t treating infertility he’s treating people.