• Gynaecology

Areas of interest

Colposcopy, Endometriosis, Pelvic pain, Advanced laparoscopic surgery, Fibroids


Dr Tarana Lucky is a Specialist Gynaecologist and Advanced Laparoscopic Surgeon with expertise in Minimally Invasive Gynaecology including Robotic Surgeries. She has a special interest in providing comprehensive evidence-based care for women with Endometriosis and Fibroid diseases.

She has recently returned from New York where she pursued an overseas fellowship in Robotic surgery at Columbia and NYU Langone Health. Later this year, she is also visiting Prof Horace Roman in Bordeaux, France to further hone her skillset in managing women with complex Endometriosis using a multidisciplinary team approach. The additional training has equipped her to offer high-quality holistic care for women suffering from chronic pelvic pain and abnormal uterine bleeding and to offer cutting-edge minimally invasive techniques where surgery is indicated.

Having a strong research background, Dr Lucky is currently involved in several high-impact projects including clinical trials to improve early detection and treatment for women with persistent pelvic pain. She is passionate about producing quality and meaningful research that has practical implications for women.

Dr Lucky strongly believes in patient-centred care that is holistic and guided by our patients' needs and optimised by active input from multi-disciplinary team members.

Consulting locations

Consulting Location

Epworth Freemasons

Empower Women’s Health
Level 4, 124 Grey Street
East Melbourne VIC 3002

Epworth locations


Epworth Freemasons Albert Street


Epworth Freemasons Victoria Parade


  • AGES AATP Fellowship
  • Master of Hysteroscopic Surgery
  • PhD Medicine
  • MPH and MHM

Education and training

  • UniMelb MD research project supervision-Multiple and ongoing
  • Epworth Clinical School
  • UniMelb MD research project supervision - ongoing
  • RWH Dept of O&G
  • Griffith Uni MD research project supervision - 2021
  • FRANZCOG trainee research project supervision
  • FRACS trainee research project supervision


  • Endometriosis (JAECE Epworth HealthCare, RWH, Uni Melbourne)
  • Pelvic pain (JAECE Epworth HealthCare, RWH, Uni Melbourne)
  • Uterine Fibroids and abnormal uterine bleeding
  • Surgical education and training (RWH, Uni Melbourne)
  • Simulation in Gynaecology (RWH, Uni Melbourne)

Professional Associations

  • AGES
  • AAGL
  • AMA

Public Appointments

  • The Royal Women

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