I have joined City Fertility as Medical Director of the new Sydney clinic, which will open on 8th October.
City Fertility is Australia’s fourth largest group of fertility clinics. In 2018, it became part of the CHA Medical Group, a global healthcare network dedicated to advanced research in reproductive medicine, with clinics throughout Asia and Europe.
I’ve always been proud to offer my patients the highest quality of service and my commitment to that level of care remains unchanged with the move to City Fertility.
I will transition to Circular Quay’s Gateway building as of 8th October (Gateway, Level 18, 1 Macquarie Place, Sydney). Until then, I will continue to see patients in my current location at Level 3, Suite 306, 343 George Street.
It is my intention to continue to manage your care and support you with minimal disruption.
I am committed to ensuring a smooth transition and happy to address any questions or concerns you may have regarding your ongoing care. Please do not hesitate to contact me on (02) 9248 0200 to discuss further.
Help With Fertility and IVF in Sydney
The decision to seek advice when you are having trouble conceiving can be daunting, but it can also be empowering. That’s why I aim to provide all my patients with a personal approach in a supportive and nurturing environment.
I am Dr Devora Lieberman, a gynaecologist and IVF specialist, based in Sydney, offering comprehensive assistance to people who are not able to conceive on their own. Much of our success in fertility treatment, I believe, is due to my progressive and caring approach.
If you are concerned about any aspect of your fertility, then the first step is to call and book an initial consultation. During this appointment, we will explore your medical history, assess your needs, review what investigations have been done and what need to be done, and then discuss the most suitable approach.
Managing expectations is one of the most challenging aspects of my role. After we review your history and test results you will know exactly where you stand, what we can do and what we can’t do, and what your options are.
You can read more about understanding fertility here.
About Dr. Devora
Medical Director MD MPH FRANZCOG
Devora was born in New York City and obtained her Medical Degree from The State University of New York. She completed her residency training in Washington, DC, and then obtained her Masters of Public Health from Harvard University.
In 1997 she was part of the faculty practice at one of the Harvard hospitals when her university sweetheart came back into her life and she made the move to Australia. “There’s no surf in Boston Harbour,” he told her. From 1998 through to 2003, she held a number of senior positions in Women’s Health, Sexual Health and Fertility-related organisations.
In 2003, she became an accredited doctor at Sydney IVF (now Genea) where she also worked on staff and was integral in founding the very successful Miscarriage Management program, which assess and treats couples experiencing recurrent miscarriage. With over decades of experience, Devora has helped thousands of couples.
She is passionate about women’s health and as an acknowledged fertility specialist is very active outside of the practice. Devora was a Director of Family Planning NSW for 12 years, and served as its President for most of those. She was a Director of the Fertility Society of Australia for 8 years. Devora often writes and speaks about fertility-related issues to professional as well as consumer audiences.
Fertility Treatment Options
There are a number of different assisted conception treatments available and all of them aim to increase the chance of pregnancy by enhancing what happens in nature.
Fertility Clinics Sydney
If we determine that some form of assisted conception is the best option for you, then you will have treatment through City Fertility.
Choosing a fertility clinic may be one of the most important decisions you will ever make. Not all clinics are the same, and making an informed choice can be difficult.
I work with a small team of dedicated nurses and scientists who provide great personalised care. Many of the most recent advances in fertility treatment are exclusive to City Fertility patients.
Dr Devora is active in the media, appearing on radio, TV and in print, discussing fertility issues. She is also regularly asked to speak at conferences and seminars. The News section highlights the articles and appearances she makes across the country.
Beware Australia’s Baby Gap
Read Devora’s article that appeared in the Huffington Post on the changing face of Australian families and how that affects the decision to become parents and the make up of your society.
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