Out of Town Patients
Dr. German Newall attracts patients from all over the world. Houston is the 4th largest city in the United States and has many hotels and local area attractions. This list is only a sample of the many places to stay and things to do.
The St. Regis Hotel is the highest-rated hotel in all of Houston, and it is conveniently located across the street from Dr. Newall’s practice. You will not find a more comfortable room in all of Houston.
1919 Briar Oaks Lane
Houston, TX 77027
The Hilton Houston Westchase is another quality hotel located closer to Dr. Newall’s AAAASF-certified surgery facility. Like the St. Regis, they are accustomed to taking care of post-surgery patients.
Hilton Houston Westchase
9999 Westheimer Road
Houston, TX 77042
Hotel Sorella is a beautiful Italian-inspired luxury hotel located just blocks from the ACPS. Hotel Sorella is the crown jewel of Houston’s new CITY CENTRE. This urban development is filled with shopping, restaurants, a movie theater, an athletic club, and more.
800 Sorella Ct
Houston, TX 77024
There are many other quality and budget-minded hotels in and around Dr. Newall’s office. The staff at The Aesthetic Center for Plastic Surgery is happy to assist you in choosing a hotel that is right for you.
The Galleria Shopping Center
Most Houstonians would agree that one of the top destinations in Houston is the Galleria Shopping Center. The Galleria is the nation’s fourth-largest mall and a shopper’s paradise. The Galleria boasts 2.4 million square feet of retail space, more than 24 million visitors per year, 375 stores and restaurants, an ice rink, two hotels, and stunning architecture.
Johnson Space Center
Space Center Houston, the tourist’s portion of the Johnson Space Center, is filled with entertaining and educational exhibits. An experience like none other, Space Center Houston offers tram tours of the actual astronaut and mission control facilities as well as a theater, astronaut gallery, mock-up of the international space station, and the space shuttle.
Downtown Houston has undergone a revitalization over the past decade to make it one of the must-see destinations for Houston visitors. There is something for everyone downtown, including opera, ballet, symphonies, professional baseball, professional basketball, world-class restaurants, bars, festivals, parks, and the six-acre Downtown Aquarium entertainment facility.
This magnificent facility is six acres of pure entertainment. Their 500,000-gallon aquarium is home to more than 200 species of aquatic life from around the world. The experience of dining among the creatures of the sea is, in itself, worth the trip to Houston. In addition to this restaurant, the facility is equipped with a ballroom, aquatic and geographic exhibits (including alligators and a white tiger), shopping, a Ferris Wheel, a carousel, and a train ride.
The Houston zoo has more than 4,500 permanent wildlife residents and 55 acres of lush zoological gardens and special exhibits.
Houston is home to many world-class museums and art galleries, including the Museum of Fine Arts, the Holocaust Museum of Houston, and the Houston Museum of Natural Science.
The city of Houston has several parks where locals and visitors can visit. Memorial Park is a magical combination of amenities and nature, recreation, and respite. Another popular park to visit is Hermann Park, located between the Texas Medical Center and Museum District.
Houston is the largest city in Texas and the fourth-largest city in the US. There are activities, attractions, and events for everyone. Dr. Newall’s staff would be happy to give you their insight into this city and help you have the best experience possible.
George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH)
IAH is the main international airport in Houston, Texas, serving the Greater Houston metropolitan area, the fifth-largest metropolitan area in the United States. There are several transportation options from the airport: taxi, Uber service, town car, and rental cars. Please ask our staff at ACPS if you need any assistance with travel arrangements.
William P. Hobby Airport (Hobby)
Hobby airport is another public airport in Houston, TX. Hobby is Houston’s oldest commercial airport and was its primary commercial airport until Houston Intercontinental Airport, now George Bush Intercontinental Airport, opened in 1969.
As part of our signature “ACPS – The Spa & Rejuvenation Center” services, ACPS offers its post-surgical patients a private visit at home by a certified medical professional through its exclusive home health care program. This service, which is provided when recommended by Dr. Newall, offers added support to patients during their recovery. The Home Health Care member will monitor your condition in order to provide Dr. Newall with an update on your recovery, change your dressings, and help you with your medications. (Eligibility within zip code range)
Medical & Plastic Surgery Links Houston
The American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS) – www.ABMS.org
The American Board of Medical Specialties is recognized as the “gold standard” in physician certification. They are the overseeing body that accredits the 24 approved medical specialty boards. One of those specialty boards is the American Board of Plastic Surgery. The ABMS assists the specialty boards in their development of standards and their physician evaluation and certification processes. If someone inquires as to whether your doctor is board-certified, they generally are referring to board certification by one of the specialty boards approved by the ABMS. Many boards exist, but not all of them are regulated. And not all of them can provide patients with an assurance of quality and an assurance of their physician members’ medical competence. Physicians who are board-certified by one of the specialty boards recognized by the ABMS are likely to be better trained and more rigorously scrutinized than those who are not, which, it is hoped, will ensure better quality of care for patients.
The American Board of Plastic Surgery (ABPS) – www.abplsurg.org
The only plastic surgery board accredited by the American Board of Medical Specialties is the American Board of Plastic Surgery. When you are looking for a plastic surgeon, don’t just ask if they are board-certified; ask if they are board-certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery. The mission of the ABPS is to “promote safe, ethical, efficacious plastic surgery to the public by maintaining high standards for the education, examination, certification, and maintenance of certification for plastic surgeons as specialists and subspecialists.”
The American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASPAS) – www.surgery.org
ASAPS membership ensures that a doctor not only is ABPS-certified but also has significant experience in cosmetic surgery. ASAPS membership is by invitation only. The society’s site also provides a wealth of information on procedures and tips for choosing a surgeon.
The American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) – www.plasticsurgery.org
This society encompasses both aesthetic surgery and reconstructive surgery.