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- 6750 E. Baywood Ave., Mesa, (480) 854-5000
Banner Health will close its oldest East Valley hospital and build a new one in Gilbert in 2007 in an attempt to avoid massive renovation costs at Banner Mesa Medical Center while capitalizing on surging growth to the southeast, Banner officials said Thursday.
January 7, 2005
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.
Three East Valley Banner Health hospitals are testing a program that allows patients with behavioral health issues in hospital emergency departments to “see” a psychiatrist via a secured video link.
Banner Health recently hired Stanley Adams as chief financial officer for Banner Baywood Medical Center and Banner Heart Hospital. Adams brings 11 years of executive-level hospital financial management experience to Banner Health.
It's been a banner year for babies at Banner Gateway Medical Center in Gilbert.
Banner Heart Hospital in Mesa has opened a new heart care clinic, adding more areas for open-heart and vascular surgery, catheterization procedures and patient recovery.
Banner Heart Hospital, in partnership with Tri-City Cardiology and Banner Home Care and Banner Hospice, has been named the first accredited heart failure institute in Arizona by the National Heart Failure Colloquium.
Banner Health has scrapped plans to build a hospital in Gilbert across the street from a competitor.
Six-year-old Hannah Ohm loves to read. She also loves math. But as she’s undergoing chemotherapy treatments to her brain, injected through a spinal tap, concentrating on her schoolwork can be difficult.
STUDY TIME: Part-time educator Susan Shuff works with patient Spencer Mikel, 9, at Banner Children’s Hospital at Banner Desert Medical Center in Mesa.
- 1400 S. Dobson, Mesa, (480) 512-3000
New technology at Mesa's Banner Heart Hospital and Banner Baywood Medical Center now helps medical staff strengthen the quality of patient care.
Banner Ironwood Medical Center is scheduled to open Nov. 1 to serve the San Tan Valley and Queen Creek communities.
Banner Ironwood Medical Center is inviting the community to view the new hospital during an open house event 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at the facility, south of Combs Road on Gantzel Road, adjacent to Queen Creek.
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.
Construction workers work on the old Banner Mesa Medical Center that is being transformed into the Banner Medical Corporate Center housing nearly 1,300 employees.
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.