Miss Amanda Tozer is a consultant gynaecologist and sub-specialist in reproductive medicine at Aria Fertility, in Central London.
Miss Tozer has spent more than 20 years assisting couples experiencing infertility and trouble conceiving (subfertility). She is incredibly knowledgeable in all aspects of fertility and provides a wide range of services for assisted conception and fertility preservation, including egg freezing, in vitro fertilisation (IVF) and genetic testing.
Her expertise has led her to the position of lead clinician and person responsible to the HEFA (Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority).
As an expert in general gynaecology and women’s health, she also helps people going through menopause and investigates and treats post-coital bleeding, intermenstrual bleeding, menstrual disorders, including menorrhagia, polycystic ovarian syndrome, endometriosis and fibroids. She offers contraceptive advice and insertion of all types of coil and hormone implants.
Additionally, Miss Tozer offers minimally invasive gynaecological surgery for endometriosis, uterine fibroids, ovarian cysts, hydrosalpinges and uterine anomalies such as adhesions, polyps, and fibroids.
She also offers the MonaLisa Touch® procedure, a minimally invasive laser procedure that can offer life-changing results for vaginal dryness, burning, itching and painful sex.
Miss Amanda Tozer graduated from The University of Wales College of Medicine in 1990 followed by extensive specialist studies in obstetrics and gynaecology. In 1997, she commenced a clinical research fellow position at the Centre for Reproductive Medicine at St Bartholomew’s Hospital, which has a world-renowned fertility clinic, and with the London NHS Trust. Following this, she underwent further training in reproductive medicine and obtained a consultant post at Bart’s in 2004 where she became clinical lead and Person Responsible to the HFEA from 2005 to 2012.
Miss Tozer left the NHS in 2015 to pursue her career in the private sector and became Medical Director of Care Fertility London in 2017 until moving to Aria Fertility and Women’s Health in 2021.
She also contributes greatly to scientific medical research. She has presented her research in peer-reviewed journals and presented her work on subfertility in national and international conferences.