About Dr David Molloy

Dr David Molloy has been in specialist practice for more than 20 years and is one of Queensland’s most highly regarded gynaecologists.
His Brisbane practice has two arms:

Infertility and IVF management, including early pregnancy care

His approach to treating infertility issues is to start by taking a thorough and comprehensive medical history for both the female and male partner. This ensures a logical framework to develop the best treatment option for your situation, resolving diagnosed fertility issues and helping you to have a baby.

Minimally invasive laparoscopic surgery

Dr Molloy has been at the forefront of advanced keyhole surgery for nearly 20 years, including laparoscopic surgery for challenging gynaecological conditions such as endometriosis. After completing the state’s first laparoscopic hysterectomy in 1990, he has organised surgical workshops throughout Queensland for more than 2 decades

“I’m a hands on clinician, not a research doctor, and I take a logical, structured approach to find the best treatment option for your situation As Clinical Director for QFG, I also have acknowledged experience, as well as access to the latest techniques.” Dr David Molloy

Acknowledged expertise

As Clinical Director of Queensland Fertility Group for eight years, Dr Molloy has led Queensland’s major fertility and IVF group, setting treatment standards and overseeing advanced research across the state, including the introduction of the latest genetic testing into Queensland.
Dr Molloy works at the forefront of his field, with current roles also including:

  • Director of the Queensland Gynaecological Endosurgery Group,
  • Director of the Endometriosis Clinic of Queensland,
  • Deputy Chairman of the IVF Directors Group of Australia and New Zealand, and
  • Member of the Fertility Society of Australia.

He has been President of the Australia Medical Association in Queensland, the National Association of Specialist Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, and President of the Australian Gynaecological Endoscopy Society, and was also Chairman of the IVF Directors Group for 10 years.

He is frequently asked to present at major workshops, and national and international conferences.

Personal care from diagnosis to early pregnancy

As a patient of Dr Molloy’s, you can be confident he’ll manage your treatment program personally, including thorough investigations and diagnosis, treatment of surgical conditions such as endometriosis, tubal problems and fibroids, and ovulation induction, IUI or IVF treatment.

If you do fall pregnant, he will also monitor the first 12 weeks of pregnancy carefully with early pregnancy scanning and blood testing, to minimise the risk of miscarriage or ectopic pregnancy.

An experienced support team

Kerry Bennett is Dr Molloy’s practice office manager, and can help you with appointments and billing queries. Amanda Jones is a Senior Midwife and qualified nurse, and has completed extensive infertility training. She supports Dr Molloy’s patients with their day-to-day care and is extremely knowledgeable. She also helps Dr Molloy with Early Pregnancy Monitoring.

Committed to affordable, accessible fertility treatment

Over the years, Dr Molloy has acted as a patient advocate through his leadership roles in a range of industry and government bodies. Accessibility underpins his practice, and he’s working on ways simplify IVF processes and improve outcomes through new technology and genetic testing.