Dr Lucy Williams
by Sam everingham
Posted on 2018-12-19 at 04:06:29
Lucy joined Concept Fertility Centre in 2002 and has been Medical Director since 2007. This centre is one of the longest established units in Perth providing Assisted Reproductive Services to Western Australians since 1982. Lucy is a local graduate from the University of Western Australia Medical School and developed a keen interest in women’s health early in her career. She was admitted as a Fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists in 2001. She has also been awarded a Masters of Reproductive Medicine from the University of NSW. She has undertaken research with the Women’s and Infants’ Research Foundation and was presented with the Young Investigator Award in Obstetric Medicine in 1996 from the Australian and New Zealand Perinatal Society. She has involved in further research into management of Menopause with Dr J.C.Prior at the University of BC in Vancouver, Canada. She has also provided assistance to the Primate breeding programme at Perth Zoo. Since joining Concept Lucy has established herself as dedicated and experienced fertility specialist.
Lucy says she finds her career incredibly rewarding, and takes great pleasure from helping people build their families.
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