Emergency / Medical Servicesat Houston Intercontinental IAH Airport
Automated external Defibrillators are located throughout all the terminals.
People With Special Needs / Persons With Disabilities
When making airline reservations, be sure to mention your special needs, including wheelchair assistance.
Family member or caretaker taking you to the gate will have to stop by your airline counter to get a 'non-flying boarding pass'.
Public Access Videophone
Public Access Videophones (PAVs) with Video Relay Service (VRS) provide the deaf or hard-of-hearing and those whose primary language is American Sign Language (ASL) to communicate by using the service through a computer with a built-in camera.
Public Access Videophones:
at TA near gate 10; at TB on ticketing level near payphone; at TC South near gates C4-45; at TD near currency exchange at gates D1-6; at TE near gates E12, 14 and at FIS near international Arivals, North side.
For more information, please contact the Airport Administrative Office at 281-230-3100 for more information.