As Mexico’s largest fertility center, Instituto Ingenes offers Monterrey patients access to the most advanced fertility treatment options available.
Our center is conveniently located at the Nuevo Sur Business area, one of the most exclusive areas at Monterrey City and near important real estate developments.
The center of approximately 1,000 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 60
Customer service hour:
Monday to Friday 07:30 – 21:00
Saturday 07:30 – 15:00
Open since: 2015
Treatments: over 3,000
Address: Revolución Avenue 2703, Nuevo Sur Business Center, Tower 1, 8th Floor,
Ladrillera, 64830 Monterrey, Nuevo León.
Once a favorite of Sinatra, Monterrey has some of Mexico’s top universities, a lively nightlife scene, and plenty of natural wonders that serve as a backdrop to the most “Americanized” city south of the border. If you want to get away without feeling lost, it’s a
perfect destination for travelers.
Stroll or people-watch in Monterrey’s Macroplaza. The plaza encompasses a full city block and is full of parks, fountains, statues, trees, shops and restaurants. The Macroplaza is bordered by city government buildings, cathedrals and the Palacio de Gobierno.
The Museo del Vidrio documents the history of Mexican glassmaking. Explore a 19th- century stained-glass maker’s workshop, collections of antique glassware and a large collection of modern glass sculpture, and watch contemporary artists at work.
Hike or mountain-bike through the Parque Ecológico Chipinque. This mountainside reserve has 22 miles of trails and offers panoramic views of the city below.
More than just a beautiful place to take in nature and pop off a few flex ‘grams, amateur and pro climbers alike take advantage of free public access to scale this section of La Huasteca, one of the many summits that surround Monterrey. Just don’t look down.