Abrazo Health, part of Nashville-based Vanguard Health Systems, serves the metropolitan Phoenix community as one of the largest health care organizations in Arizona. Committed to our mission of helping people achieve health for life, Abrazo is a rising leader in the delivery of quality, personalized health care, operating six hospitals, a physician medical group, two health plans, and several service-specific institutes and centers. Abrazo Health is committed to providing quality healthcare utilizing the most advanced technology delivered by specialty trained staff.
- Six acute care hospitals in the Phoenix metro area
- Two emergency care centers
- Accredited by the Society of Cardiovascular Patient Care: Arrowhead Hospital, Maryvale Hospital, Paradise Valley Hospital and West Valley Hospital
- Certified Primary Stoke Centers: Maryvale Hospital, Phoenix Baptist Hospital and West Valley Hospital
- Broad range of medical services including internal medicine, general surgery, cardiology, orthopedics, obstetrics, diagnostic imaging and emergency services
- daVinci® Surgical System
Arizona Heart Hospital, a campus of Phoenix Baptist Hospital
Since 1998, the 59-bed Arizona Heart Hospital has provided full service acute care and been recognized as the area’s leading hospital for the diagnosis and treatment of cardiovascular disease.
A 2011 US News & World Report Best Hospital, the 217-bed facility in Glendale, a northwest suburb of Phoenix, specializes in cardiovascular, orthopedic, surgical and obstetrical care, including a neonatal ICU, and has been the recipient of numerous national recognitions. The Joint Commission designated the hospital as a primary stroke center.
With 232 beds, Maryvale Hospital offers comprehensive inpatient services, and the hospital’s 24-hour emergency care and accredited chest pain center support the health care needs of the Maryvale area and its surrounding communities. The Joint Commission designated Maryvale hospital as a primary stroke center.
North Peoria Emergency Center, a campus of Arrowhead Hospital
A full-service medical care emergency facility located in Peoria and operated by Arrowhead Hospital, this 14-bed center is open 24 hours a day and staffed by board-certified emergency physicians and specialty-certified nurses.
Paradise Valley Hospital
The top hospital in its category in Ranking Arizona’s 2011 Best of Arizona, the 136-bed, full-service acute care facility in north Phoenix offers state-of-the-art orthopedics, rehabilitation services, and dedicated women’s programs.
Phoenix Baptist Hospital
Phoenix Baptist Hospital, a 221-bed acute care facility and teaching hospital, has been serving central Phoenix communities since 1963. The Joint Commission designated the hospital as a primary stroke center, and other specialties include breast health, joint replacement, sleep disorders, and more.
West Valley Emergency Center, a campus of West Valley Hospital
Operated by West Valley Hospital, this comprehensive emergency facility is located in Buckeye and staffed by board-certified emergency physicians and specialty-certified nurses who provide 24-hour care.
West Valley Hospital
The 164-bed West Valley Hospital serves the growing western region of metro-Phoenix and features advanced surgical technology, obstetrical and cardiovascular care, and women’s diagnostic services. The hospital is also a Joint Commission designated primary stroke center stroke center, and is certified as a cardiac arrest center.
Abrazo Medical Group
A network of practices comprised of employed primary care and specialty physicians, surgeons and hospitalists, Abrazo Medical Group physicians and staff are committed to providing the highest quality medical care for people of all ages.
Arizona Heart Institute
An affiliate of Abrazo Medical Group, the Arizona Heart Institute continues to be one of the world’s leading providers of cardiovascular care. Founded in 1971, the institute is one of the nation’s first freestanding outpatient clinics dedicated solely to the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of heart and vascular disease.