About Keogh Medical Institute

The Keogh Institute for Medical Research is a privately funded, non-profit organisation. It was founded in 1983 as the Reproductive Medicine Research Institute by the late Clinical Associate Professor, Ted Keogh, and was renamed in his honour in 1996.

Are we a clinic or a research unit?

We are both. The two faces of the Institute are intimately linked. The clinical problems we encounter in the clinic may become the subject of a research project to help solve them. The clinical solutions resulting from research may be offered to our clinic patients. The Keogh Institute believes that good evidence-based clinical practice needs a research backing and good clinical research needs to be driven by doctors who talk to patients. So that is our mission! That is the Keogh Institute.

The Keogh Institute focus is on endocrine (hormone) based disorders, with the aim of determining the origin and health impacts of this disorder as well as developing improved methods of treating hormonal problems.

We provide clinical services in the following areas:

  • General endocrinology
  • Sexual dysfunction (male and female)
  • Androgen deficiency
  • Polycystic Ovary Syndrome
  • Menopause
  • Menstrual irregularity and anovulation
  • Infertility (male and female)
  • Healthy men’s and women’s check