Dr Chandrika Parmar
by Sam Everingham
Posted on 2020-11-05 at 03:30:45
Chandrika is a specialist in reproductive medicine who prides herself on the time and attention given to each patient, mindful of the potential affect any delays can have on declining fertility she facilitates appointments to suit patient needs, enabling patients to achieve their desired outcome sooner.
Chandrika commenced her medical training in India before moving to Australia where she trained in Obstetrics and Gynaecology at the Mercy Hospital for Women in Melbourne. Chandrika then attained a Masters of Reproductive Medicine from the University of NSW and undertook further training in reproductive medicine at the Mercy Hospital for Women and the Women’s Hospital. Chandrika is an experienced fertility consultant and part of the surrogacy review committee at Melbourne IVF, she also holds a public appointment at The Women’s Hospital as a reproductive and endocrine specialist. Chandrika uses her broad fertility expertise to help patients in a wide variety of situations. Special interests include male and female factor infertility, reproductive endocrinology, donor gametes, surrogacy and fertility preservation. Chandrika’s dedicated nurses and administrative staff compliment her passion for quality service and are together striving for a great experience for patients.
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