Dr Rebecca Mackenzie-Proctor

Fertility Specialist & Gynaecologist

Melbourne, Australia

Healthcare with heart & science 

FRANZCOG, MbChB, BBiomedSci, DipOMG, RANZCOG CREI Training Fellow.

Dr Rebecca Mackenzie-Proctor is a passionate and dedicated women’s health specialist (FRANZCOG), based in Melbourne at both the Royal Women’s Hospital and Women’s Health Melbourne.

She has worked in obstetrics and gynaecology for over 10 years and undertook her FRANZCOG specialist training in New Zealand, having worked as a consultant at Middlemore Hospital as well as in private
fertility centres.

Rebecca has practiced fertility medicine for over 7 years and is currently in the final stages of her subspecialist accreditation to become a board certified CREI specialist.

She has vast experience managing complex fertility and gynaecological issues including endometriosis, impact of high intensity sport (having worked with Olympic and national sports representatives), PCOS, ovarian insufficiency, andrology and all aspects of male infertility. She is also a skilled laparoscopic surgeon and has developed a special interest in male infertility surgical approaches, including microscopic sperm retrieval.

Rebecca has an acute understanding and strong focus on adolescent and younger women’s health including puberty and fertility preservation. She is also a big advocate for the rainbow community and a firm believer in quality medical care for all.

Providing the best evidence based approaches to women’s health and fertility is at the centre of her practice. She has published papers and reviews, and has practical experience working for research companies and tertiary institutes. She was the proud recipient of the young gynaecologist of the year award in 2020/2021.

Fertility and gynaecological issues can impact all aspects of
health - mental, physical and sociological. Rebecca’s practice ensures a holistic focus for all her patients, having undertaken Ayurveda and yoga training in India as well as a certificate in sports medicine and nutrition.

Rebecca’s undergraduate studies specialised in sports medicine, psychology and reproductive physiology. She graduated from
Otago Medical school and undertook the postgraduate diploma of obstetrics and medical gynaecology at Auckland University, where she was a lecturer for undergraduate students.

Rebecca has spent many years mentoring and educating junior obstetricians and gynaecologists, with an active role at RANZCOG
to ensure the next generation continues to provide a high level of care for women and children across Australia and New Zealand.

Keeping active is important to Rebecca and you'll often find her walking or biking to work, in a yoga studio or hitting the pavement. In her free time she enjoys creative endeavours and quality time in nature with her 2 young children & husband.

Rebecca has a warm and empathetic bedside manner, and she looks forward to meeting and supporting new patients on their journey towards parenthood.

Rebecca offers the following:

To book or enquire, please contact:

Women’s Health Melbourne


📍  338 Balaclava Rd, Caulfield North. Melbourne. VIC

📞  (03) 9041 9082