Genesis IVF is an extremely distinguished medical clinic for Infertility with all facilities under one roof. It has come a long way since its inception as a pioneering institute in ERODE, Tamil Nadu, since 1996. It has taken giant steps to become a center of excellence in all facets of infertility and IVF treatment options which are offered at an affordable cost for the public.
The success story of Genesis IVF & MMCH in infertility treatment is largely due to the support of an extremely dedicated and experienced IVF team led by Dr.Nirmala Sadasivam, who has invaluable experience due to pieces of training she had at various world-class institutes overseas, since 1991, and has pioneered in Blastocyst Culture technique since 1998. She was recognized by the National Academy of Medical science and offered MNAMS – membership. With the vast knowledge and experience in Blastocyst culture technique, she has utilized the data of more than 4000 infertile couples treated in her center, she could do a Ph.D. in the same specialty. This institution was endorsed in its nascent stage at the National “Art” Registry of India and is now a prestigious senior member of ISAR, India. Another feather in their cap is the inclusion of the center, as one among the esteemed early participants at ASPIRE – Asia Pacific Initiation of Reproductive Endocrinology, Hong Kong, in their academic events. This institute is accredited to ICMR through the Indian Society for Assisted Reproduction.
The world level recognition for this center developed largely due to the “Medical Miracle” where 64-year-old Mrs. Pappathi Subramaniam gave birth to a healthy baby, which was the flashed in all media worldwide. This news has gained importance, and it is occupying a page on the BBC web site till today. This enduring success has a strong base of stupendous extended embryo culture technology (Blastocyst Technology), which succeeded all the obstacles of implantation in one old woman.
9B, Caledon Square, 348, Avinashi Rd, , Peelamedu Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu - 641004 India