Dr. Jim Toner specializes in infertility and Reproductive Endocrinology the identification of infertility and the treatment thereof in women and men. Dr. Toner is board certified in both fields. He also specializes in recurrent miscarriage. With nearly three decades of experience Dr. Toner has been practicing with the Atlanta Center for Reproductive Medicine since 2014.
The websites healthgrades.com and kudzu.com both contain patient ratings and reviews for Dr. Jim Toner. His average rating was 4.8 out of possible 5 stars. A patient using the screen name HCOOOO reports, “…I am seen within 1-10 mins when I arrive…” “HCOOOO also reports that the skill and positive attitudes of Dr. Toner and the ACRM nurses lends hope to a process that can sometimes be disheartening. This patient states that when communications are sent to Dr. Toner’s office “…they always get back to me quickly.” In summing up the attitude of Dr. Jim Toner and the ACRM staff HCOOOO states, “…they really care.”
The reviews Dr. Toner’s patients post have certain reoccurring themes. His endearing personality, compassion, and skill. In sharing the issues that were making it difficult for her to conceive neves99 wrote, ” Dr. Toner was frank (but kind) about my age and weight.” Owing to the course of treatment Dr. Toner devised neves99 critique revealed, “…thankfully we’re expecting our first baby in a few weeks.” “He suggested us the best treatment that was perfectly suitable for our financial conditions…” recorded mcasanket70. The fact that Dr. Jim Toner “…did not push unnecessary procedures.” was appreciated by atlisgreat.
Dr. Jim Toner holds a B. S. in Psychology from Philadelphia’s St. Joseph’s College. His psychological expertise has proven especially useful in his fertility practice. In 1985 he earned an MD and PH. D. after completing the University of Pennsylvania’s Medical Scientist Training program. A residency at the Jones Institute for Reproductive Medicine followed and while at the Jones Institute Dr. Toner was recognized at the “Resident of the Year”. By the time he left the Jones Institute to join ACRM, he was an Associate Professor at Jones.
The multiple awards that Dr. Toner’s medical research in the field of fertility has garnered him include the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists’ Ciba-Geigy Award, the AFS / Ortho Fellowship. His professional affiliations are with the American Society of Reproductive Medicine and the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology. Building houses with Habitat for Humanity is an example of his charitable efforts and involvement in his community.