Desert Springs Hospital
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|Desert Springs Hospital|
|Location||Paradise, Clark County, Nevada, United States|
|Network||Universal Health Services, Inc.|
|Lists||Hospitals in Nevada|
|Other links||Desert Springs Hospital|
The hospital was founded in 1971.
- Diabetes Treatment Center is the only southern Nevada program accredited by the American Diabetes Association.
Notable individuals treated
- Mike O'Callaghan, 74, Governor of Nevada (1971–1979), died on March 5, 2004, of a heart attack after collapsing during the morning mass hours at Saint Viator Catholic Church in Las Vegas, Nevada.
- Former world heavyweight boxing champion Joe Louis, 66, died of a heart attack on April 12, 1981.
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