Carondelet St. Joseph's Hospital

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Carondelet St. Joseph's Hospital
Tenet Healthcare
St. Joseph's Medical Center front entrance.JPG
Carondelet St. Joseph's Hospital's front entrance
Geography
Location Tucson, Pima County, Arizona, United States
Coordinates 32°13′36″N 110°51′19″W / 32.22664°N 110.85514°W / 32.22664; -110.85514Coordinates: 32°13′36″N 110°51′19″W / 32.22664°N 110.85514°W / 32.22664; -110.85514
Organization
Care system Tenet Healthcare
Hospital type Privately Owned
Affiliated university None
Services
Emergency department Yes
Beds 449
History
Founded 1962
Links
Website www.carondelet.org
Lists Hospitals in Arizona

Carondelet St. Joseph's Hospital, also known as St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center, is a private, for-profit, 449-bed acute-care hospital on the east side of Tucson, Arizona. St. Joseph's Hospital is part of Carondelet Health Network, owned by Tenet Healthcare, and has sister hospitals in Arizona St. Mary's Hospital in Tucson and Holy Cross Hospital in Nogales.

The Carondelet Neurological Institute/Women's Care center, part of the hospital.

The hospital provides services in the following specialties:[1]

History[edit]

Founded in 1962, St. Josephs Hospital continues to meet the needs of Tucson's growing east side. Originally to be called St. Mary's Hospital East, St. Josephs Hospital has undergone many transformations. This includes the Regional Eye Center, Women's Pavilion, and North Americas most advanced Neurological Institute.

Utilization[edit]

[when?]

  • 18,474 Discharges
  • 81,081 Patient Days
  • 4.39 Average Length of Stay in days
  • 156,841 Outpatient Visits (Includes emergency visits and outpatient surgeries)
  • 77,563 ER Visits
  • 5,416 Inpatient Surgeries
  • 11,748 Outpatient Surgeries
  • 2,908 Newborn Births

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