Arizona Heart Institute

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Arizona Heart Institute
Type Private
Industry Health Care
Founded 1971
Headquarters Phoenix, Arizona
Products Health care Services, Emergency room services, and medical group and primary care facilities (2009-2010)
Website www.AZheart.com/

Arizona Heart Institute is a cardiovascular medical center in Phoenix, Arizona, United States. Arizona Heart was the country’s first freestanding outpatient clinic solely dedicated to prevention, diagnosis and treatment of heart and blood vessel disease.

History[edit]

Arizona Heart Institute opened in 1971 and is an affiliate of Abrazo Health Care, the second largest health care system in Arizona,[1] United States. Abrazo Health Care is located in Phoenix, Arizona and was established in 2003.

Accreditations[edit]

  • Aetna Aexcel Designation for clinical performance
  • Accredited Chest Pain Center by The Society of Chest Pain Centers[2]
  • Recognized as ‘Best’ in Arizona (2013, 2014) - Public opinion poll from the Annual Ranking Arizona Magazine’s ‘Best of Arizona’. Arizona Heart Institute - #1 for Cardiology in Arizona[3]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ See "Abrazo Health Care", azcentral.com
  2. ^ See Accredited Chest Pain Centers
  3. ^ See Ranking Arizona

External links[edit]