When it comes to Jim Toner he is known to many as being an Atlanta fertility doctor. He also happens to be a board-certified specialist in both Infertility and also in Reproductive Endocrinology. In 2000, he decided that he wanted to join the Atlanta Center of Reproductive Medicine, this was after he had already achieved having a very successful career with the Jones Institute of Reproductive Medicine that is located in Norfolk, VA. While working at the Jones Institute Toner was the director of both the Institutes Third Party Reproduction Program and also the director of their Fellowship Program.
Dr. Jim Toner’s career first began when he graduated from St. Joseph’s College, that is located in Philadelphia. He then amazingly graduated with his B.S in Psychology and then decided to go on and attend the Medical Scientist Training Program, that was also located at the University of Pennsylvania. Amazingly he went on to achieve both his Ph. D and his M.D. in 1985 from the Medical Scientist Training Program. Over time Dr. Toner was given the opportunity to then pursue both his fellowship training and his Residency through the Jones Institute, this was achieved directly under Howard W. Jones, Jr., M.D, who is the institute’s founder.
Over the years Dr.Toner was recognized for many of his achievements that he had made. One of these recognitions being in 1989 when he received the Resident of the Year Award. Another organization that he happened to of been inducted into was the Alpha Omega Alpha in the same year, 1990. It was through all of these accomplishments that Dr. Toner learned a lot about his career and the career that he wanted to pursue. He has been able to set an amazing record at having published well over 80 articles, 100 abstracts and 20 different chapters all having to do with topics on reproductive medicine. Many of Dr. Toner’s patients have continued to want to come back to him for many years claiming that he is the best doctor they have ever been to. They say that the way that Dr. Toner takes care of each of his patients is the exact same way that he would take care of his family members.