Established on 31st January 1982, GG Hospital is currently a four-storied, 70 bedded hospital covering all specialties in Obstetrics and Gynecology, general medicine, pediatrics – neonatology and general surgery. As a super specialty hospital, it deals with all aspects of fertility research and offers the latest innovative laboratory techniques in the field of Assisted Reproduction.

Fertility Research Center (FRC), a unit of GG Hospital was inaugurated in the year 1986. It is the pioneering institute for ART in South India. With a fully equipped state of the art IVF laboratory, it serves about 3000 to 3500 childless couples every year from India and abroad.

The hospital has a well-equipped general cum laparoscopic surgical theatre with an adjoining labor suite, neonatal intensive care unit, radio diagnostics and clinical laboratory, ultrasound imaging department, emergency room and an in house pharmacy. Several diagnostic and operative procedures are performed including hysterolaparoscopy, fertility enhancing laparoscopic surgeries besides minimally invasive procedure for male infertility.

The regularly updated library is equipped with all the latest books on assisted reproduction, andrology, ultrasonography, obstetrics and gynecology, high risk pregnancy, pediatrics, endoscopic surgical techniques, genetics, endocrinology, cardiology and basic sciences like embryology, anatomy, physiology, microbiology, pathology, histology, and biochemistry. Wireless internet and subscription to top fertility journals are assets to the existing features.

We fulfill the DREAMS of the unfulfilled

Why GG Hospitals

Started in 1982, Fertility Research Centre and GG Hospital has been a pioneer in many medical achievements and innovations.

With 33 years of unparalleled service rendered to thousands of childless couples, Fertility Research Centre and GG Hospital resonates with positivity and success, as we strongly believe that every woman has the right to motherhood, and if nature has its ways against it, we take the onus to treat identifiable problems and promote fertility.

Spearheaded by Dr. Kamala Selvaraj, who is fondly revered as ‘Godmother’ to thousands of couples, who are now basking in happiness for having enriched their lives with the most precious gift of motherhood, Fertility Research Centre and GG Hospital is now being taken to more advanced reproductive techniques by her daughter, Dr. Priya Selvaraj.

Fertility Research Centre and GG Hospital has several firsts to its credit including South India’s first ever test-tube baby born in 1990 when such meticulous and dexterous practices were unheard of in this part of the world.

When it comes to patient care, we at GG tend to them with utmost respect by understanding their need, and giving them hope and assurance at all times.

With excellent medical facilities and accommodation, Fertility Research Centre and GG Hospital offers patients a unique experience of being in a home away from home. With our dedicated doctors and support staff attending to your needs 24/7, you are always in safe hands.

Our Vision

Pioneering in the field of fertility for over 33 years with an immaculate track record, we aim to provide an exceptional and unparalleled medical service in fertility care by delivering a comprehensive range of services aided by state-of-the-art equipments and revolutionary techniques.

Our Mission

Every woman has the right to attain motherhood, and we at GG believe in their dreams by providing exceptional healthcare solutions to all their needs. Our team of highly skilled and experienced doctors along with a compassionate support staff see them through with care, safety, excellence and integrity.


The first IVF-ET baby of south India , Kamala Rathnam was born to a 46-year-old lady – Ponna Ramamurthy on 1st August 1990. Since then GG Hospital has had many achievements to its credit


The Twins born to a patient with Mayer-Rokintansky-Kustner-Hauser Syndrome through a surrogate – 19th January 2001


First Sperm attached Oocyte Fallopian-tube Transfer (SOFT) – 4th July 1992 First Surrogate baby – 23rd June 1994 First IVF –ET baby born to a 49 year old lady – 10th October 1994 First Frozen Oocyte Baby – 27th August 2008 Twin Pregnancies from Frozen Oocyte – By Vitrification method of freezing – 31/3/2009 South India’s first test tube baby turned mom – 10/07/2014


First test tube baby, Kamala Rathnam – 1st August 1990 First Gamete Intra Fallopian-tube Transfer (GIFT) twins – 21st September 1992 First Pronucleus stage transfer (PROST) twins – 12th August 1992 First fallopian replacement of pre-ovulatory oocytes with timed IUI (FROOTI) baby – 25th July 1995 First Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) baby – 9th May 1997 First frozen ET Triplets – 19th November 1998 First ICSI triplets – 13th June 2005 Pre-implantation genetic screening (PGS) twins – 19/11/2014


Baby born by donor oocyte programme in a case of Premature Ovarian Failure (POF) – 19th October 1994.