Global Health Care Services
In addition to international patient care, Houston Methodist Global Health Care Services has advisory and education divisions that provide consulting services and training and development to health care organizations around the world. We aim to set a global standard of excellence in patient-centered care, education and training, clinical collaboration, and advisory services.
Our Advisory Services provide physicians and health care professionals across the world the tools they need to build the health care organizations their communities deserve.
global health care education
Houston Methodist Global offers unique, customized development programs for health care professionals through personalized training and observation of experts in the health care industry. Learn more.
Thursday, February 25, 2021 Houston Methodist finds multiple cases of significant coronavirus mutations, including Brazil strain
Houston Methodist discovered 28 cases of coronavirus variants in its latest batches of virus genomes sequenced from patients with positive COVID-19 tests, including what might be the state’s first confirmation of four cases of the Brazil variant known as P.1. Houston is the first city in the U.S. to...Read more
Tuesday, February 23, 2021 Houston Methodist’s DeBakey Heart & Vascular Center announce physician network
Building on a legacy of innovation in cardiovascular care, Houston Methodist DeBakey Heart & Vascular Center recently announced the formation of Houston’s largest network of physicians specializing in heart and vascular conditions. “Houston Methodist’s history is founded on cardiovascular care, b...Read more
Tuesday, February 2, 2021 Houston Methodist expert notes COVID-19 precautions lead to historic drop in flu cases
Houston, we’re doing something right. And, it seems, so is the rest of America. A silver lining is emerging amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Influenza numbers are way down – 98 percent down, according to the CDC. Locally, during flu season last year, Houston Methodist’s system of eight hospitals saw 250...Read more