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A group of East Valley residents is fighting to get four local hospitals back.
East Valley Pediatrics announced it has joined Banner Medical Group, part of the Banner Health family. East Valley Pediatrics has 18 physicians and 11 locations around the East Valley, including clinics in Apache Junction, Casa Grande, Chandler, Gilbert, Mesa and Queen Creek. Two sites in Mesa and Gilbert will continue to provide after-hours services, as well.
Groundbreaking: Banner Medical Group officially breaks ground Wednesday on the Chandler health center, which will feature primary care physicians, as well as onsite imaging and laboratory services.
Banner Baywood Medical Center is planning an expansion that will make it the East Valley’s second-largest hospital campus.
Banner Health plans to extend farther into the south East Valley with a medical campus near Johnson Ranch southeast of Queen Creek.
April 6, 2005
Banner Health Group officially broke ground on four 21,000-square-feet East Valley health centers in Chandler, Gilbert, Mesa and Queen Creek Thursday.
Banner Health announced this week leadership changes involving three CEOs at Banner Health's Valley hospitals, including Banner Desert Medical Center. The changes take effect March 5.
Banner Health is trying to salvage a terminated contract that has left thousands of Medicaid patients without four major East Valley hospitals on their health plan.
Arizona researchers are part of a nationwide study involving a new drug that could halt the progression of Alzheimer's disease by preventing plaque from forming in the brain.
Banner Health opened Banner North Peoria Primary Care, part of the Banner Medical Group, Dec. 8. Located near the intersection of Lake Pleasant Parkway and Happy Valley Road at 10204 W. Happy Valley Road, Suite 160, in Peoria, Banner North Peoria Primary Care offers same-day/next-day appointments and is available to meet the health care needs of the entire family—regardless of age.
Even though Banner Health has scrapped plans to build a hospital in Gilbert, it still wants to continue a partnership with the Gilbert Unified School District.
Banner Health is planning an 80-acre medical campus southeast of Queen Creek, and area residents get to vote on the new facility’s name.
After generations in the East Valley, decades on Banner Health hospital boards and 15 babies born at Mesa's Banner Desert Medical Center, the Cardon family is leaving another kind of legacy with a $10 million gift to help expand Banner Children's Hospital.
Banner Health plans to announce a timeline for opening its new Ironwood location by the end of the year. Meanwhile, Queen Creek and Banner are continuing talks on annexing the hospital into the town.
The dramatic transformation of the former Banner Mesa Medical Center site from older hospital to state-of-the-art office complex is rapidly nearing completion.
Mesa’s Banner Desert Medical Center earned a spot on the top hospitals list from The Leapfrog Group this year.
When Brizeiry “Brizy” Naranjo found herself pregnant her senior year of high school, a counselor recommended she contact Mesa’s Banner Desert Medical Center. A program there would provide home visits to help Naranjo and her boyfriend as they became parents.
Am I Hungry?
Two major health care companies plan to open competing hospitals in Gilbert in the same year on opposite sides of Val Vista Drive.
October 5, 2004
Seminar offered on the aging spine
Grills, Guys and Good Health
Do you know the biological age of your arteries?
New FitPro Bootcamp starting at Aspire