Abrazo Arizona Heart Hospital

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Coordinates: 33°28′50″N 112°02′24″W / 33.480487°N 112.039928°W / 33.480487; -112.039928

Abrazo Arizona Heart Hospital
Private
Industry Health Care
Founded 1998
Headquarters 1930 East Thomas Road, Arizona, United States
Products Health care Services, Emergency room services, and medical group and primary care facilities (2009-2010)
Number of employees
943
Website https://www.abrazohealth.com

Abrazo Arizona Heart Hospital is a hospital specializing in cardiovascular care in Phoenix, Arizona, United States and is owned by Abrazo Community Health Network.

History[edit]

Since 1998, Abrazo Arizona Heart Hospital has served as the area’s leading hospital for the diagnosis and treatment of heart and vascular disease. The hospital has distinguished itself as one of the nation’s top 100 cardiovascular hospitals, recognized for surgical performance, clinical efficiencies, and better patient outcomes. Arizona Heart Hospital was purchased by Abrazo Community Health Network, a subsidiary of Vanguard Health Systems, in 2010. [1][2] Abrazo Health Care is the second largest health care delivery system in Arizona, United States.[3] In 2013, Vanguard was acquired by Tenet Healthcare.[4]

Services[edit]

Accreditations[edit]

  • Accredited Chest Pain Center by The Society of Chest Pain Centers[5]
  • Accredited by the Joint Commission for Excellence in Core Measures [6]
  • Reuters 100 Top Hospitals: Cardiovascular Care [7]
  • Named as one of the leading hospitals in America by Consumers’ Checkbook survey

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Vanguard to purchase Arizona Heart Hospital", Institute, The Arizona Republic, Ken Alltucker, Aug 10, 2010
  2. ^ "Arizona Heart Hospital bought for $32 million", The Heart, Shelly Wood, August 10, 2010
  3. ^ "Abrazo Health Care", azcentral.com
  4. ^ Jacobson, Gary (1 October 2013). "Tenet completes $4.3 billion acquisition of Vanguard Health Systems". The Dallas Morning News. Retrieved 22 April 2014. 
  5. ^ "Accredited Facilities, The Society of Chest Pain Centers
  6. ^ The Joint Commission[permanent dead link]
  7. ^ "Thomson Reuters Announces 100 Top Hospitals® for Cardiovascular Care", David Wilkins, Thomson Reuters, Nov 17, 2008 Archived August 10, 2011, at the Wayback Machine.

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