• Obstetrics
  • Reproductive medicine
  • Gynaecology

Areas of interest

Endometriosis, Fertility management, Pelvic pain, Advanced laparoscopic surgery, Fibroids


Dr Joseph Sgroi is a qualified obstetrician, gynaecologist, fertility and IVF specialist who provides best evidence-based care to his patients. His consulting rooms are located at Epworth Freemasons in East Melbourne. Dr Joseph provides holistic medical care to support women's health and well-being during fertility treatments including ovulation induction, IUI or IVF, donor eggs and sperm, pregnancy, childbirth beyond. His focus is to assist women and couples to achieve pregnancy in even the most challenging of situations and in providing support during pregnancy and childbirth. Graduating from Monash University in 1998, Dr Joseph went on to become accredited by the Royal Australia and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RANZCOG). Prior to embarking on his career as an obstetrician, he spent three years at The Alfred Hospital undertaking physician training (Internal Medicine) making him well equipped to manage complex medical and high-risk pregnancies. He has previously held high office on RANZCOG's and The AMA's Federal Council. He continues to positively influence female health policy making as a media spokesperson on women's health issues and is also on the advisory board at Tiny Hearts.

Joseph is an affiliated gynaecologist with the Julia Argyrou Endometriosis Centre at Epworth.

Consulting locations

Consulting Location

Epworth Freemasons Hospital

Suite 118
320 Victoria Parade
East Melbourne Vic 3002

Epworth locations


Epworth Freemasons Victoria Parade


Epworth Freemasons Albert Street


  • MBBS
  • MReproMed

Education and training

  • Melbourne Unviersity - Medical Students
  • The Royal Women's Hospital - O&G Trainees


  • Surgical Training for Gynaecology Trainees

Professional Associations

  • FRANZCOG: Councillor and Deputy Chair of The Womens Health Committee
  • AMA
  • AGES
  • FSA
  • AAGL

Public Appointments

  • Royal Women's Hospital