Phoenix Baptist Hospital & Medical Center

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Phoenix Baptist Hospital
Abrazo Health Care
Funding For-profit hospital
Founded 1963
Lists Hospitals in Arizona

Phoenix Baptist Hospital is a 216-bed acute care facility and teaching hospital located in Phoenix, Arizona, United States.


Phoenix Baptist Hospital opened in 1963. In 1999, Phoenix Baptist and Arrowhead Hospitals were acquired by Vanguard Health Systems.[1] In 2003, Vanguard established Abrazo Health Care as its Arizona subsidiary. Abrazo is the second largest health care delivery system in Arizona, United States. Abrazo Health Care is located in Phoenix, Arizona.[2] In 2013, Vanguard was acquired by Tenet Healthcare.[3]



  • Accredited Chest Pain Center by The Society of Chest Pain Centers[4]
  • Designated a Certified Primary Stroke Center by the Joint Commission[5][6]
  • Fully accredited by The Joint Commission[7]
  • Get With The Guidelines Gold Plus Achievement Award- American Heart Association and American Stroke Association Stroke care[8]
  • 50 Top Cardiovascular Hospitals Truven Health Analytics[9]


  1. ^ de Lafuente, Della (1999-12-11). "2 Valley Hospitals to Be Sold Baptist, Arrowhead Promise No Layoffs". Arizona Republic (Phoenix, Ariz., United States). pp. –2. ISSN 0892-8711. Retrieved 2014-09-14. 
  2. ^ Abrazo Health Care "Abrazo Health Care",
  3. ^ Jacobson, Gary (1 October 2013). "Tenet completes $4.3 billion acquisition of Vanguard Health Systems". The Dallas Morning News. Retrieved 22 April 2014. 
  4. ^ "Accredited Facilities, The Society of Chest Pain Centers
  5. ^ Phoenix Baptist Hospital and West Valley Hospital designated as Joint Commission certified Primary Stroke Centers Two Abrazo hospitals now certified primary stroke centers
  6. ^ See Accredited Facilities, Society of Chest Pain Centers
  7. ^ See The Joint Commission of America
  8. ^ "American Heart Association
  9. ^ See "Winner List: 50 Top Cardiovascular Hospital

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