About 12% of women between the ages of 15 and 44 years old have problems getting pregnant or carrying a pregnancy to term. For these women, this can cause a lot of heartache as they realize that they may never be able to have a child. Luckily, they are able to turn to Dr. Jim Toner for help.
Dr. Toner graduated from St. Joseph’s College in Philadelphia with a Bachelor of Science degree in psychology. He then continued his education by earning both an MD and a PhD in the Medical Scientist Training program at the University of Pennsylvania in 1985. He did his residency and fellowship training at Jones Institute. While there, he was recognized for his gift to teach. Dr. Toner was awarded Resident of the Year in 1898 and was inducted into the medical honor society, Alpha Omega Alpha, in 1990. After this, he took a job at Jones Institute and, over the next 15 years rose steadily to the rank of Associate Professor. He now works at the Atlanta Center for Reproductive Medicine as an infertility specialist.
Dr. Jim Toner is very dedicated to his work. He has published 20 chapters, 80 articles and over 100 abstracts on reproductive medicine. However, it’s his work on evaluating the ovarian reserve and what its impact is on fertility that most people remember. He has received the Ciba-Geigy award from the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. He has also earned the AFS/Ortho Fellowship, the Berlex Foundation Facility Development award, and the American Fertility Society Ortho award. In addition to this, Dr. Toner has won the “First Paper Prize” at the profession’s national meeting, not once, but twice!
Health Grades has awarded Dr. Jim Toner the Outstanding Patient Experience Award in 2016, 2017, and 2018. He treats 14 different conditions and preforms 19 different procedures. Thousands of women that suffer from infertility turn to Dr. Toner for help.
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