Fertility services careers
Victoria’s first fully public fertility service will enable thousands of Victorian individuals and families to fulfill their dream of becoming parents.
Led by the Women’s and Monash Health, this exciting initiative means more people, especially those who have faced financial and other barriers, will have access to a comprehensive, world-class fertility service within the public health system.
To deliver our new public fertility service we need a range of experienced healthcare professionals to join our team.
We’re looking for nurses, scientists, allied health, administration and other professionals who are keen to be part of this exciting new initiative.
Built on our established low-cost fertility care model, our new public fertility service benefits from the considerable expertise of our Reproductive Services and Andrology Service teams.
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The Women’s has long been at the forefront of fertility treatment and research. From the early days when IVF was considered an experimental treatment to today when it has become routine care for thousands of individuals and couples.
In 2020, we celebrated 40 years since the first IVF baby was born at the Women’s. Since then, we have continued to strive to increase the chances of success and to make our low-cost service more affordable and accessible.
Now, individuals and families will be able to access a full range of integrated public fertility services at no cost, including:
- fertility assessment and management, including consultations, fertility investigations, ovulation monitoring/tracking and ovulation induction
- assisted reproductive treatments, as well as counselling, information and support
- a publicly run fertility preservation program so people with cancer or other health issues can have their tissue stored and retrieved for future use.
In addition, the Women’s will establish and operate Australia’s first publicly funded sperm and egg bank for Victoria.