Fertility Treatment for International Patients
Houston Fertility Institute is an internationally renowned fertility treatment center and is a leader in helping patients from all around the world achieve their dreams of parenthood. Our level of care and excellence has expanded to an international reputation, which draws patients from areas including Asia, Africa, India, Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean and Europe.
Traveling to HFI’s Fertility Treatment Center
Patients who are willing and able to travel to Houston are encouraged to visit us in person for their medical care. If you are able to stay with us for your fertility treatment, there are two airports in the Houston area, William P. Hobby and the George Bush Intercontinental airport, and both have scheduled flights to domestic and international destinations. We ask that you contact our center to organize the treatment dates before you book your travel. Once you have your flights, we suggest booking your lodging. The average amount of time that would be spent in Houston for treatment is roughly 3 – 4 weeks. Once you have had a consultation visit with one of our physicians, we will be able to better estimate a time frame. As a patient of HFI, you are welcome to visit any of our 13 Houston offices for a consultation with any of our physicians.
Our clinical staff is diverse and can assist you in multiple languages including Spanish, Arabic, Korean, and Vietnamese, to name a few.
New Patient Phone Consultation for International Patients
If you are unable to travel to an HFI fertility treatment center, we will do our best to have your treatment monitored in your local area by a physician before coming to our practice on the days of egg retrieval and embryo transfer. If you would like to learn more about whether or not you may benefit from infertility treatment, please call us to schedule a phone consultation with one of our specialists.
Prior to your consultation, we ask patients to send their records ahead of time so that our physicians have a chance to review and assess them. If you are interested in setting up a new patient phone consultation with one of physicians, please call 281-357-1881.
Once you visit Houston, you will experience the brilliance and energy of the 4th largest city in the United States. Many attractions and amenities are available to visitors looking for a variety of activities and interests. Houston is an international hub of medicine, food, industry, shopping, and fashion. The city’s Downtown area offers some of the most interesting attractions and includes the Theater District, home to the renowned Houston Grand Opera, and the Historic District, which pairs 19th century architecture with one of the most active music and food venues in the country.
Below are just some of the things to do and see while you are staying here in Houston:
The Health Museum
Houston’s Health Museum is an interactive science museum with exciting exhibits and educational programs that make learning about the human body fun. Dressed in lab coats, children will feel like scientists as they move through hands-on experiment labs and learn about cellular biology. Take a hands-on walk-through of the human body and explore its inner workings.. See what you will look like in the future, and how tall you will be. , The country’s most visited health museum of its kind, this is a must-see top choice in Houston museums.
The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
One of the country’s largest museums, the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston exhibits a permanent collection of artfrom multiple countries spanning thousands of years of history.In addition to its two gallery buildings, the premier cultural complex is comprised of a sculpture garden, movie theatre, library, visitor’s center, café, gift shop,house museums and art schools.
The Menil Collection
The Menil Collection is one of the largest and most important private art collections of the 20th century. Through this popular art museum you can explore modern and contemporary art by world-renowned artists such as Mark Rothko, Andy Warhol and Jasper Jones as well as various other types of art collected by founders John and Dominique de Menil from the 1940s to the 1990s.
Houston Museum of Natural Science
With 16 permanent exhibits, a butterfly center, IMAX theatre andupgraded planetarium featuring Digistar 5, the Houston Museum of Natural Science is an exciting destination that always offers something new to explore.
Holocaust Museum Houston
Dedicated to the promotion and awareness of the dangers of prejudice, the Holocaust Museum of Houston portrays firsthand accounts of area Holocaust survivors in a permanent exhibit, Bearing Witness: A Community Remembers. .
NRG Stadium, formerly Reliant Stadium, is one of four facilities in the massive, 350-acre NRG Park, which is also comprised of NRG Center, NRG Arena and NRG Astrodome. Home to the Houston Texans NFL football team and the world-famous Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, NRG Stadium hosts concerts, sporting events, large exhibitions and more.
More than 2 million people visit the Houston Zoo each year to experience the wide variety of animals and ecosystems. With over 6,000 animals living here, the Houston Zoo provides a unique, fun and inspirational experience that fosters appreciation, knowledge and care for the natural world.
Located within walking distance of the Museum District and the Texas Medical Center, Hermann Park is one of the city’s most popular and historically significant green spaces. The 445-acre park, , celebrated as a place that welcomes diversity and fosters a strong sense of community among its patrons, serves over six million visitors annually,
Discovery Green is a 12-acre urban park created by a public-private partnership between the City of Houston and the nonprofit Discover Green Conservancy. Serving as the city’s village green, Discovery Green is a park for the people attracting over 1.2 million annually.
George R. Brown Convention Center
The George R. Brown Convention Center with 1.2 million square feet of exhibition, meeting and registration space offers premier event facilities on the east side of Downtown Houston. Named