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Abrazo Cave Creek Hospital, which is expected to be located near the intersection of Cave Creek Road and Carefree Highway, will offer a new approach to healthcare and serve the community’s needs with emphasis on quality, convenience and efficiency.
Smaller than a traditional acute care facility, the hospital will provide emergency care with shorter wait times and surgical services.
At a Glance
A smaller-scale “neighborhood hospital” with an ER, Operating Room and eight inpatient beds
Designed with an emphasis on convenience, efficiency and short ER wait times
Focused on emergency care and surgeries like appendectomies, gall bladder surgery, etc.
Will offer a patient-friendly environment in an efficient, convenient location at 53rd St. & Carefree Hwy
Planned opening date is mid-2021; the hospital will be located west of new Sprouts development
Abrazo Cave Creek Hospital will be Abrazo’s third hospital of this type; each share a similar design
Abrazo Mesa Hospital opened in October 2019 and Abrazo Surprise Hospital opens in mid-2020
An operating room, recovery room and eight inpatient beds for overnight stays are what differentiates Abrazo Cave Creek Hospital from urgent cares and freestanding ERs
We will be closely integrated with sister hospitals like Abrazo Arizona Surgical Hospital at 40th St. & Bell in Phoenix for patients who may require more complex care
We want to be a good neighbor and provide care for our community’s residents
Hospital planners worked with the Town of Cave Creek on lighting and traffic flow
Approved lighting plan meets Town of Cave Creek standards for low height
6ft masonry wall with enhanced setback will be along the southern property line for a privacy buffer
The hospital is expected to create up to 50 new jobs (many in STEM fields)
Frequently Asked Questions
What is a neighborhood hospital?
A neighborhood hospital is a modern approach to personalized, high quality, compassionate care from board-certified/eligible physicians and registered nurses, including dedicated lab, imaging, surgical and pharmacy services. Specializing in 24/7 emergency services and surgical services, the hospital provides additional access to patient care and short ER wait times for the Cave Creek community.
What types of care can the neighborhood hospital provide?
We can accommodate patients suffering from conditions such as acute abdominal pain, sprained and broken bones, heart attacks, flu and pneumonia, seizures, minor trauma, bladder infections, lacerations and more.
What are the cost of services at the neighborhood hospital?
We will be able to accept all patients including private insurance, Medicare, Medicaid, and self-pay patients. Abrazo offers flexible payment options, financial assistance and charity care when needed.
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