Fertility Specialist & Gynaecologist
Dr Rachael Rodgers is a fertility specialist & gynaecologist who has undertaken sub-specialty training in reproductive endocrinology. She has a breadth of experience in managing all aspects of fertility including polycystic ovarian syndrome, ovulatory disorders, recurrent miscarriage, endometriosis, tubal disease and genetic conditions that affect fertility.
Rachael takes a holistic approach to fertility treatment, thoroughly investigating the cause of infertility before proceeding to treatment. Through her association with Genea, she is able to provide a full range of fertility services including ovulation tracking, ovulation induction, intra-uterine insemination (IUI), in vitro fertilisation (IVF), intra-cytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI), pre-implantation genetic diagnosis (PGD) for known genetic diseases and preimplantation genetic screening (PGS) for chromosomal abnormalities of embryos. Rachael has an interest in fertility preservation, providing both social egg freezing services as well as medically indicated egg freezing for women with conditions that may damage future prospects of conceiving.
Rachael completed a science degree at the University of Sydney, majoring in biochemistry and immunology, before completing a post-graduate Medical degree with honours also at the University of Sydney. Concurrent with her medical degree and her years as a junior doctor, Rachael completed a Masters of Science in Medicine (Reproductive Health and Human Genetics) degree. She is currently completing a PhD at the University of NSW in the area of fertility preservation. Dr Rachael Rodgers has been awarded the Albert Hing Prize for Gynaecology in 2007 by the University of Sydney, the Prize for the Best Digital Presentation in 2012 by the Australian Gynaecological Endoscopy Society (AGES) in 2012 and the Margaret Courier Research Scholarship by the Royal Australian College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RANZCOG) in 2016. She has presented at international meetings on the topic of fertility preservation and has written several articles published in international medical journals.