DMG in the News
In the state with the highest per-capita rate of Covid-19 cases in America over the past week, Arizonans are waiting up to eight hours in the broiling hot sun to get tested. A metropolitan area of a million people was down to 17 free ICU beds Tuesday.
The 10-year lease extension helps solidify the former mall’s transformation into “a major new medical hub in Phoenix.”
Valleywise Health, members of the Maricopa County Special Health Care District Board, District Medical Group, community partners, local dignitaries and Kitchell gathered to break ground on the 673,000-square-foot Valleywise Health Medical Center in Phoenix. It will be located adjacent to the current medical center and will continue to service the healthcare needs of the community during construction.
The diamond with four colors is based on one of the International Red Cross symbols that signifies political and religious neutrality, according to Jeff Weil, DMG’s chief information and branding officer. Each side of the diamond represents the four pillars of DMG’s business – patient care, research, education and community service.
Many individuals in the medical world are aware of Arizona’s largest safety-net healthcare system, the Arizona Burn Center at Valleywise Health. It is the foremost leader in burn care both in Arizona and throughout the Western United States.
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey declared a statewide public health emergency in the summer of 2017 to address the opioid overdose epidemic. In response, health officials and doctors are shifting the way pain and addiction are treated at the prescribing level. A new doctor curriculum and training could be part of the solution.
The Maryvale community has more than a quarter-million residents, yet it has not had a centrally located emergency room in more than a year. That’s about to change. The Maricopa Integrated Health System this month is scheduled to reopen Maryvale’s original hospital, which has been shuttered since December 2017.
Every year, the Phoenix Business Journal turns a spotlight on the doctors, nurses, volunteers and other area residents who care for others with our annual Health Care Heroes awards.
Nonprofits are big business. And Arizona’s most philanthropic companies help those nonprofits fulfill their missions. According to the Center for Civil Society Studies at Johns Hopkins University, more than 70 million people work and volunteer in the nonprofit sector. Nonprofit employees make up the third-largest workforce among U.S. industries
Creighton University – a Jesuit, Catholic University located in Omaha, Nebraska – has reached an agreement on the construction of a new, nearly $100 million health sciences campus at Park Central in midtown Phoenix, a significant expansion of the University’s current presence in the state.
Una representante de Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCS) afirma que es importante verificar si su plan médico cambió e informarse donde es aceptado su nuevo plan.
Dr. Kevin Foster, head of the Arizona Burn Center in Phoenix, was working on St. Patrick’s Day when the call came in. There had been a horrible accident. As a family in Phoenix was getting ready for a neighborhood party, the father built a fire in a fire pit in his driveway. He had used gasoline to ignite it and it exploded.