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Practices in Clayton
Dr Hugo Fernandes - Clayton
Monash House Private Hospital, 271 Clayton Road, Clayton VIC 3168 Australia
I grew up in Melbourne and completed my specialist training at Monash Health in 2011. It was there I developed my passion for minimally invasive and advanced surgery with extended rotations in gynaecology, oncology, colorectal and general surgery. In 2012 I was appointed the advanced laparoscopic surgical fellow at The Royal Women’s Hospital and undertook a further 2 years of speciality training to refine and advance my surgical skills. In 2013 I was awarded the prestigious ‘David Healy Memorial Travelling Fellowship’ and in 2014 I became the first AGES accredited laparoscopic surgeon. This means I am one of only a handful of surgeons trained and accredited by the peak gynaecological society in Australasia. I am currently a consultant gynaecologist at The Royal Women’s Hospital and Monash Health . As a gynaecologist and laparoscopic surgeon, my focus is always on delivering the best outcome for my patients. I have completed a Masters in Reproduction and I remain abreast of the latest and most effective treatment options by being actively involved in Australian and international gynaecological societies. I have presented locally and internationally, actively mentor students and junior doctors and have ongoing research in adenomyosis, endometriosis and infertility at Monash IVF . Whilst I manage all gynaecological problems, I have a special interest in: * Endometriosis, Adenomyosis, Pelvic Pathology & Pelvic Pain * Advanced Laparoscopic Surgery * Laparoscopic Hysterectomy * Menstrual Disorders & Fibroids * Infertility * Colposcopy
Dr Sameer Jatkar - Clayton
245 Clayton Road, Clayton VIC 3168 Australia
MBBS (HONS) BA MSC MPH MRMED MCLINEMBRYOL FRANZCOG Dr Sameer Jatkar is a highly accomplished and well-liked fertility specialist. An avid learner, Sameer’s postgraduate qualifications include Masters degrees in Science, Public Health, Reproductive Medicine and Clinical Embryology. In addition, Sameer has completed three years of a subspecialty clinical fellowship in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility. He currently holds public appointments at Monash Health and the Mercy Hospital for Women in Heidelberg, and consults privately at Clayton, East Melbourne and Box Hill. His special interests include polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), male factor infertility, ovulation induction, preimplantation genetic testing and minimally invasive surgery. Sameer believes strongly in bridging the science of fertility with the person: “I take the time to truly understand someone’s circumstances from all angles before moving forward with a plan. By using an evidence-based approach, I can then apply the best of science to their particular situation, ensuring the best outcome possible.” Calm, composed and a master of all trades, Sameer could probably pass as a British spy in true MI6 tradition. However, given his wanderlust, we probably shouldn’t say that too loudly or he might get stopped the next time he tries to leave the country.