Dr. Jim Toner is one of Atlanta, GA finest when it comes to fertility. He is a board-certified Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility specialist. For more than three decades he has made an impact on every patient he has encountered. His career holds many positions, one of which was as the Director of the Fellowship Program and Reproduction Program for the Jones Institute for Reproductive Medicine in Virginia.
Dr. Jim Toner has a Bachelor of Science in the field of Psychology, along with an M.D. and Ph.D. He had the prestigious honor of being mentored by Dr. Howard W. Jones, Jr., the Founder of the Jones Institute for Reproductive Medicine in Virginia. Dr. Toner has been honored with many awards one of which is the Resident of the Year Award in 1989 at Jones Institute. He is an Alpha Omega Alpha member, a notorious medical honor society. He was awarded the Associate Professor seat at the Jones Institute for his career work of 15 years with the Jones Institute.
Currently Dr. Toner is the Director of the Third-Party Reproduction Program at Atlanta Center for Reproductive Medicine since the year 2000. Dr. Toner uses his extensive knowledge in infertility medicine to study not only infertility, but also recurrent miscarriages. His degree in psychology has aided in his unique technique in treating his patients; he believes in helping patients with not only the physical issue, but the emotional healthcare of the patient as well.
According to fertilityiq.com, Dr. Jim Toner has taken his work beyond the clinic as a notable speaker and prolific research writer for his field of study. He has produced more than 200 published and documented research writings in the field of reproductive medicine. One of his most notable and prized work is his work on ovarian reserve and how it affects fertility.
For his works he has received the following awards the Ciba-Geigy Award, AFSO Award, the AFS/Ortho Fellowship and the Berlex Foundation Faculty Development Award. He has been awarded “First Prize Paper,” on more than one occasion at the Profession’s National Meeting. Jim Toner is a member of SART and serves as its President and Chair of Registry Committee and the Informed Consents Committee. His charitable work includes his participation in the Habitat for Humanity project. He is consistently helping in his community and within his church organization.
Here’s Dr. Toner’s Professional Background: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jimtoner56