OBE, CBE, MB, BS, DGO, FRACOG, FRCOG, RMT
- 4 February 1910
- 24 June 2002
- Medical practitioner
Dr Lorna Lloyd-Green founded the sterility clinic at the Queen Victoria Hospital (Melbourne) which became the infertility clinic and later the IVF Clinic at Queen Victoria Monash. Lloyd-Green ran the clinic for 25 years. She was also the first medical adviser to the Nursing Mothers Association (now Australian Breastfeeding Association). She was the first woman fellow of the Australian Medical Association (AMA), and foundation fellow of the Australian College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists; she was a senior member and president of the Australian Federation of Medical Women and president of Medical Women's International Association, hosting a world conference in Melbourne in 1970, the year in which she was named Woman of the Year. Lloyd-Green was appointed Commander of the Order of the British Empire (Civil) on 16 June 1979 and Officer (Civil) on 1 January 1968 for services to medicine as a doctor.