Doctor Tom Mokaya is a specialist practicing in Netcare Sunninghill Hospital and Mediclinic Sandton in Johannesburg. Dr. Mokaya has close to 20 years of experience with a special interest in female fertility and infertility conditions, and is dedicated to supporting women achieve optimal health.
Dr. Mokaya did his specialist obstetrics and gynaecological training with the University of Witwatersrand becoming a Fellow of the College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of South Africa (FCOG (SA)) in 2003. During his training as a gynaecologist Dr Mokaya was awarded the GP Charlwood medal by the College of Medicine of South Africa, as the candidate with the best performance in Part one of the fellowship examination of the College of the Obstetricians and Gynaecologists in the country. He was also awarded the Van Dongen medal by the University of Witwatersrand for the above achievement.
After the completion of his training as a specialist, Dr Mokaya worked as a consultant specialist obstetrician and gynaecologist at Baragwanath Hospital where he continued to gain experience, before going into full-time private practice. His association with the University of Witwatersrand still continues where he is an external examiner in the Medical School.
Dr Mokaya is a regular contributor of articles and commentary to magazines especially those of interest to pregnancy, childbirth and women’s health including Living and Loving, Mamas and Papas and many others. He has also served in the editorial board of the Living and Loving Magazine and is regularly invited to participate in mass media education programs in print, radio (such as Kaya FM and YFM) and television programs in DSTV, SABC and ETV. He is often invited to participate and lecture in conferences and symposia for midwives and expectant mothers. To keep up-to-date, Dr. Mokaya regularly participates in professional short courses, workshops and conferences.