As Mexico’s largest fertility center, Instituto Ingenes offers Guadalajara patients access to the most advanced fertility treatment options available.
Our center is conveniently located in the Country Club area, surrounded by green areas and Guadalajara’s most emblematic sports and social club since 1909.
The center of approximately 812 square meters, offers warm and cozy facilities to make your experience pleasant and exclusive.
The clinic has fully equipped facilities including an operating room, a reception area, a waiting room, medical consultation rooms, In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) and andrology laboratories, and private recovery rooms, amongst others. The team includes 62 multidisciplinary experts including 13 Assisted Reproduction Doctors.
Open since: 2013
Treatments: over 6,050
Customer service hour:
Monday to Friday: 08:00 to 17:00
Saturday: 08:00 to 16:00
Country Club Plaza, Mar Del Sur Avenue, No. 2014, establishment 102, Country Club, 44610 Guadalajara, Jalisco.
The capital of the state of Jalisco and second most populated city in Mexico, Guadalajara is the birthplace of mariachi music. Old colonial charm meets modern living in a city that boasts shopping, museums, sporting events and day trips to near by Tequila and Lake Chapala among the many things to do there.
Drive through the old and new residential districts, observing the wide avenues lined with monuments and fountains to get a feel for the city. Visit the City Hall with its mural depicting the Spanish conquest of Mexico, the 16th century cathedral and the Governor’s Palace (the State Capital Building), built in the 18th century and boasting murals by José Clemente Orozco.
In addition to incredible historic murals depicted by some of Mexico’s most famous artists like José Clemente Orozco, Guadalajara also has an emerging contemporary art scene. Some of the favorite art stops include Art Gallery Travesia Cuatro, Curro y Poncho and Paramo Gallery.
Visit the nearby town of Tlaquepaque to explore and shop for local handicrafts. The pedestrian mall, lined with 17th and 18th century houses is full of shops, museums, galleries and restaurants. Local goods include ceramics, blown glass, cut crystal, paper mache, leather goods, embroideries and jewelry. Be sure to stroll to the main plaza to El Parian, where the Mariachi bands play.
One of the best ways to experience a destination is through its food, and Guadalajara is no exception! From the markets of Mercado Libertad (aka Mercado de San Juan de Dios) to the fine-dining restaurants, Guadalajara offers delectable regional cuisine.
Typical dishes include tortas ahogadas, birria, carne en su jugo, and pozole Jalisco-style. Known for its entrepreneurial culinary spirit offering contemporary takes on traditional recipes, there are many great restaurants in Guadalajara.