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HealthGrades, a national independent health care ratings organization, has named Mesa's Mountain Vista Medical Center as a "distinguished hospital for clinical excellence." This distinction places Mountain Vista among the top 5 percent of hospitals nationwide for clinical performance.
Mesa’s Mountain Vista Medical Center announced that the Arizona Department of Health Services/Division of Trauma has named it a Provisional Level III Trauma Center.
Mesa's Mountain Vista Medical Center has received a Cycle III Chest Pain Center accreditation by the Society of Chest Pain Centers (SCPC). Mountain Vista earned this accreditation by demonstrating a higher level of expertise in diagnosing and treating patients who arrive with symptoms of a heart attack - which is one of the top reasons adults visit the emergency room each year in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Mesa’s Mountain Vista Medical Center celebrated five years of service Monday with an ice cream social for the community.
When Mountain Pointe knocked off Hamilton, head coach Norris Vaughan did a few shoulder blocks during the celebration with defensive coordinator Jeff Decker, who is a well-built but average sized man.
It’s not a rivalry until both teams are capable of winning the game.
There can’t be March Madness in February, but the way this 5A Division I girls state soccer tournament has gone, forgive Phoenix Xavier for the comparisons.
September 13, 2004
Construction continues on the Mountain Vista Medical Center, which will open soon in east Mesa.
Mesa’s Mountain Vista Medical Center will celebrate four years of service on Saturday. A celebration will be held beginning at noon Monday. Mountain Vista is a 178-bed, full-service hospital with more than 500 physicians on the medical staff and more than 875 employees. The center hospital offers a broad spectrum of health services, including emergency medicine, comprehensive heart care, women’s services, surgical services, advanced diagnostic imaging, neurology and stroke services, orthopedics, outpatient services and general medical care.
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.
A 172-bed hospital is poised to help care for the sick in the far East Valley. IASIS Healthcare’s Mountain Vista Medical Center will open July 23 on South Crismon Road north of the U.S. 60 in east Mesa. A community open house is scheduled for the afternoon and evening of July 18.
Mountain Vista Medical Center chose its initial staff of 320 from a mountain of more than 5,000 applications. The IASIS Healthcare hospital will open its doors late next month in far east Mesa.
Michelle Resendez needed a back massage.
Three major health-care corporations already serving the metropolitan area are scrambling to fill a medical void in the south East Valley and capitalize on the booming growth.
Mountain Vista Medical Center's Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory is the first in the state to install the CARTO 3, 3-D imaging system, which benefits patients with a wide variety of abnormal heart rhythm disorders.
A nurse at a hospital in Mesa is being accused of stealing nearly $700 worth of drugs for his personal use.
Northwest Mesa will lose its only remaining hospital when Mesa General Hospital closes its doors in May after 43 years.
Banner Health’s newest East Valley hospital already has hundreds of employees to fill its hallways, even though it won’t open for months.
Northwest Mesa’s only full-service hospital recently celebrated its first anniversary with the launch of an open heart surgery program and its first two coronary artery bypass graft surgeries.
Don’t be surprised if the chief executive officer of your local hospital once helped patients take their medicine or recover from surgery.
Life got a little scary the day David Covert learned his competition planned to move across the street.
Life got a little scary the day David Covert learned his competition planned to move across the street. Catholic Healthcare West, Covert’s employer, and Banner Health were vying to build the first major hospital in Gilbert.