Nadya Suleman left Kaiser Permanente Bellflower Medical Center in the early morning hours, avoiding reporters and photographers, said hospital spokeswoman Nancy Tovar-Huxen. She declined to provide any further information, saying Suleman, who has six other children under the age of 8, has asked for privacy.
He said Suleman plans to meet with "Today" anchor Ann Curry very soon for her first interview since giving birth.
"Of all the people she considered, she felt Ann Curry was the one she would feel the most comfortable with," he said.
Furtney said the mother was still evaluating potential offers, including possible book and TV deals, and might do other interviews later.
"There are lots of potential opportunities out there and she's looking at them carefully," he said.
Meanwhile, hospital officials said the six boys and two girls born to Suleman on Jan. 26 were in good condition Thursday. The eight babies are the longest known surviving octuplets in the world.
Furtney said Suleman is "feeling great" and looking forward to being reunited with her octuplets, who are expected to remain in the hospital for several more weeks.
"She's happy to be out of the hospital, although she misses her children," he said. "She can't wait until they join her."
Suleman's six older children, who range in age from 2 to 7, have been cared for by her mother at her home in suburban Whittier.