Phoenix Baptist Hospital & Medical Center

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Phoenix Baptist Hospital
Abrazo Health Care
Geography
Organization
Funding For-profit hospital
History
Founded 1963
Links
Website www.phoenixbaptisthospital.com
Lists Hospitals in Arizona

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

History[edit]

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]

Services[edit]

Accreditations[edit]

  • 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]

References[edit]

  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", azcentral.com
  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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