Meet Dr Tim Hasted, a dedicated fertility specialist and accomplished gynaecologist in Hobart. With a background in women's health and specialised training in urogynaecology, Dr Hasted brings a wealth of experience to his practice. He is renowned for his exceptional care and expertise in managing various gynaecological issues, including endometriosis, pelvic pain, PCOS, fertility challenges, colposcopy, fibroids, ovarian cysts, menopause, and heavy menstrual bleeding.
Tim’s passion for women's health extends to his role as a facilitator for RANZCOG's Communication Skills Workshop and as the lead consultant for education in the Obstetrics and Gynaecology department at the Royal Hobart Hospital. His commitment to ongoing learning ensures that he remains at the forefront of medical advancements.
In his private practice, Tim specialises in gynaecology and fertility, offering a range of advanced surgical procedures at various hospitals. Notably, he is the first surgeon in Tasmania to provide vNOTES (Vaginal Natural Orifice Transluminal Endoscopic Surgery), a groundbreaking technique for complex surgeries with faster recovery times. He has also presented clinical research in urogynaecology and fertility at national and international scientific meetings.
Tim believes in a personalised approach to patient care, taking the time to conduct thorough assessments and create tailored treatment plans. Patient education is a cornerstone of his practice, ensuring that individuals are well-informed and actively engaged in selecting the most suitable management options to achieve their desired outcomes.
With his comprehensive skill set and compassionate nature, Tim is dedicated to supporting women in their pursuit of optimal reproductive and gynaecological health. His presence in Hobart's medical community sets a standard of excellence for women's healthcare.
Outside of his work, Tim enjoys spending time with his family and cocker spaniel, embracing the outdoor lifestyle in Tasmania. His other interests include live music, theatre, sports, politics, and travel.