Dr Lanziz Homar

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Specialty

Obstetrics Gynaecologists


Address

The Toowoomba Specialist Centre, Suite 8/9 Scott Street, East Toowoomba


Tel

(07) 4592 8350


Fax

(07) 4592 8351


Dr Lanziz Homar is an Australian-trained, fully qualified specialist in obstetrics, gynaecology, and fertility management. He is known for providing every patient with personalised, respectful and gentle holistic care from his practicing locations in Toowoomba and its surrounds.

Dr Lanziz Homar started his obstetrics and gynaecology training at The Canberra Hospital, completing rotations at Calvary Hospital and Launceston General Hospital before moving to the Gold Coast for two years to complete his advanced training in complex laparoscopy and vaginal surgery. He received his Master of Reproductive Medicine from UNSW in 2017, and is especially keen on helping women who have trouble conceiving. He loves to see the smiles on his patient’s faces when they achieve their pregnancy goals.

He has special interests in caring for low and high risk pregnancies, especially twins, breech presentation cases, and vaginal birth after a previous caesarean (VBAC). Dr Lanziz Homar is also the first ever specialist obstetrician and gynaecologist to become a fully-trained Calmbirth educator, and provides consultative and procedural services in Toowoomba and its surrounding regional areas.

Dr Homar's other interest lies in general gynaecology – he performs pelvic organ prolapse repair, manages urinary incontinence, and performs other minor and major vaginal surgeries.

Dr Homar consults and performs minor procedures from his room in East Toowoomba, he also performs minor procedures from Toowoomba Surgicentre, and he consults monthly at Goondiwindi Medical Centre. He delivers at St Vincents Hospital, and conducts major procedures at the St Vincents Hospital and Toowoomba St Andrews Hospital. Once a year, Dr Homar travels back to his home country of Madagascar to provide free consultations, surgery, and staff training with Australian Doctors for Africa.

He believes physical and mental fitness is essential for everyone – especially for a doctor – and loves to keep active by participating in soccer, triathlons, martial arts, and especially dancing.