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66 2009 GREATER PHOENIX ULTIMATE GUIDE TO LIVING HERE healthcare by Andrea Markowitz G reater Phoenix has a healthy dose of world- class hospitals that of-fer expertise in neonatal, infant, pediatric, adult and gerontology care. " The Greater Phoenix area is home to some of the best healthcare facilities in the country," said John Rivers, president and CEO, Arizona Hospital and Health-care Association. " These hospitals are on the leading edge of medical services and disease prevention programs sponsored in communities throughout the Greater Phoenix area." Specializing in every specialty " Community hospitals such as Banner Gateway Medical Center provide medical care for a community's immediate and most common medical needs," said Pam Nenaber, Banner Gateway Medical Center CEO. These hospitals typically include emergency rooms and surgery, obstetrics, pediatrics, outpatient and intensive care. Hospital networks like Banner Health, Scottsdale Healthcare and the Mayo Clinic offer an array of advanced surgeries and specializations in addition to basic care. Banner Thunderbird Medical Center has a Sleep Disorder Center that's accredited by the American Academy of Sleep medicine. Scottsdale Healthcare's Osborn campus and Banner Good Samaritan have level 1 trauma centers. Mayo Clinic, which performs thousands of surgeries every year, recently completed its 50th heart transplant. Chest Pain Centers certified by the Society of Chest Pain Centers include Arrowhead Hospital, West Valley Hospital and Scottsdale Healthcare's Shea and Osborn campuses. Scottsdale Healthcare Osborne is also a Primary Stroke Center. The Valley has its share of outstanding specialty hospitals, too. Arizona Heart Hospital is dedicated to fighting heart disease. Phoenix Children's Hospital offers services in 40 sub- specialty fields of pediatric medicine. The Virginia G. Piper Cancer Center at Scottsdale Healthcare's Shea campus specializes in personalized cancer treatments. St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center's Barrow Neurological Institute is a leader in neurological research and patient care. Research benefits community Patients from around the world come to the Valley for its clinical research centers that offer cutting- edge treatments. Mayo Clinic's patient trials include cardiovascular, digestive and neurological diseases and different types of cancer. Barrow Neurological Institute is the major stroke research center in the Southwest. The Banner Arizona Department of Health Services • 602- 542- 1000 • www. azdhs. gov Arizona Hospital and Healthcare Association • 602- 445- 4300 • www. azhha. org Arizona Medical Association • 800- 482- 3480 • www. azmedassn. org Arizona Medical Board • 877- 255- 2212 • www. azmd. gov Arizona Nurses Association • 480- 831- 0404 • www. aznurse. org Arizona Dental Association • 480- 344- 5777 • www. azda. org HEALTH CARE RESOURCE GUIDE Building Good Health Greater Phoenix hospitals and caring clinics serve every community and cover every medical specialty CONTINUED ON PAGE 70 " Greater Phoenix hospitals are there to care 24 hours a day, 365 days a year." — John Rivers, president and CEO, Arizona Hospital and Healthcare Association healthcare

2009 GREATER PHOENIX ULTIMATE GUIDE TO LIVING HERE 67 Arrowhead Hospital, 220 beds 18701 N. 67th Ave. Glendale 85308 623- 561- 1000 www. arrowheadhospital. com Banner Baywood Medical Center, 340 beds 6644 E. Baywood Ave. Mesa 85206 480- 321- 2000 www. bannerhealth. com Banner Boswell Hospital, 430 beds 10401 W. Thunderbird Blvd. Sun City 85351 623- 977- 7211 www. bannerhealth. com Banner Del E. Webb Hospital, 330 beds 14502 W. Meeker Blvd. Sun City West 85375 623- 214- 4000 www. bannerhealth. com Banner Desert Medical Center, 550 beds 1400 S. Dobson Road Mesa 85202 480- 512- 3000 www. bannerhealth. com Banner Estrella Medical Center, 214 beds 9201 W. Thomas Road Phoenix 85037 623- 327- 4000 www. bannerhealth. com Banner Gateway Medical Center, 176 beds 1900 North Higley Road Gilbert 85234 480- 543- 2000 www. bannerhealth. com Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center, 643 beds 1111 E. McDowell Road Phoenix 85006 602- 239- 2000 www. bannerhealth. com Banner Heart Hospital, 111 beds 6750 E. Baywood Ave. Mesa 85206 480- 854- 5000 www. bannerhealth. com Banner Thunderbird Medical Center, 409 beds 5555 W. Thunderbird Road Glendale 85306 602- 865- 5555 www. bannerhealth. com Carl T. Hayden VA Medical Center, 292 beds 650 E. Indian School Road Phoenix 85012 602- 277- 5551 www. phoenix. va. gov Chandler Regional Medical Center, 225 beds 475 S. Dobson Road Chandler 85224 480- 963- 4561 www. chandlerregional. com John C. Lincoln Hospital- Deer Valley, 174 beds 19829 N. 27th Ave. Phoenix 85027 623- 879- 6100 www. jcl. com John C. Lincoln Hospital- North Mountain, 266 beds 250 E. Dunlap Ave. Phoenix 85020 602- 943- 2381 www. jcl. com Maricopa Integrated Health System- Maricopa Medical Center, 717 beds 2601 E. Roosevelt Phoenix 85008 602- 344- 5011 www. mihs. org Maryvale Hospital, 232 beds 5102 W. Campbell Ave. Phoenix 85031 623- 848- 5000 www. maryvalehospital. com Mayo Clinic Hospital, 244 beds 5777 E. Mayo Blvd. Phoenix 85054 480- 515- 6296 www. mayoclinic. org/ mchospital- sct Paradise Valley Hospital, 136 beds 3929 E. Bell Road Phoenix 85032 602- 923- 5000 www. paradisevalleyhospital. com Phoenix Baptist Hospital, 236 beds 2000 W. Bethany Home Road Phoenix 85015 602- 249- 0212 www. baptisthealth. com Phoenix Children's Hospital, 235 beds 1919 E. Thomas Road Phoenix 85016 602- 546- 1000 www. phoenixchildrens. com Scottsdale Healthcare Osborn, 337 beds 7400 E. Osborn Road Scottsdale 85251 480- 675- 4000 www. shc. org Scottsdale Healthcare Shea, 433 beds 9003 E. Shea Blvd. Scottsdale 85260 480- 860- 3000 www. shc. org Scottsdale Healthcare Thompson Peak, 64 beds 7400 E. Thompson Peak Parkway Scottsdale 85255 480- 324- 7000 www. shc. org St. Joseph's Hospital andMedical Center, 738 beds 350 W. Thomas Road Phoenix 85013 602- 406- 3000 www. stjosephs- phx. org St. Luke's Medical Center, 232 beds 1800 E. Van Buren St. Phoenix 85006 602- 251- 8535 www. stlukesmedcenter. com Tempe St. Luke's Hospital, 87 beds 1500 S. Mill Ave. Tempe 85281 480- 784- 5500 www. tempestlukeshospital. com USPHS Phoenix Indian Medical Center, 127 beds 4212 N. 16th St. Phoenix 85016 602- 263- 1200 www. ihs. gov West Valley Hospital, 164 beds 13677 W. McDowell Road Goodyear 85395 623- 882- 1500 www. wvhospital. com Source: Republic Custom Publishing Valley Hospitals