About Us 2017-05-12T13:38:41+00:00

About Us

Krishna IVF Clinic is a multilingual, state-of-the-art IVF Lab and Fertility Clinic that offers personalised care with latest technology needed to manage infertility & reproductive disorders.

The Krishna IVF Clinic is a centre for reproductive medicine since 1995. The unit is dedicated to providing treatment to infertile couples and also involved in basic research and offering teaching courses to clinicians and embryologists in the field of human reproductive medicine. The unit is led by Dr. G. A. Rama Raju, the medical director and a team of five Gynecologists, three Embryologists, two Geneticists, one research officer and fully trained ten fertility nurses. The unit’s current research has 551 citations and h-index 10 and i10-index 11.

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The unit is located in an area of 30,000 square feet with dedicated fully equipped ultra modern IVF Lab, Andrology Lab, Genetics Lab, Endocrinology Lab and modern Endoscopy theatre offering, day care reproductive surgery. The unit has a fully equipped conference hall with teaching facilities.

The clinic has a PhD program, as an external research center for two universities that is Andhra University, Visakhapatnam, (famous, 100 years old Universities) and a modern University – GITAM University, Visakhapatnam. Apart from the above the clinic has a visiting Professor to Sri Raniachandra Medical University, Chennai and Honorary Professor in department of Bio-Technology, Andhra University and a visiting Professor to Giessen University, Germany. Recently it concluded a research agreement with SAMSUNG medical India, which is known for developing applications in the field of Ultrasound (Sonography).

We would like to conduct Preceptorship programs for the Reproductive Endocrinologists at our center. The objective is to provide training to the Infertility specialists, make them familiar with the approach to provide personalized care to the patients and exposure to the latest technology needed to manage infertility and reproductive disorders thus improving patient outcomes.