Abrazo Scottsdale Campus has earned top designations for quality and value in Bariatric Surgery!

Abrazo Scottsdale Campus, an accredited comprehensive bariatric facility through the Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery Accreditation and Quality Improvement Program (MBSAQIP), has earned top designations for quality and value in bariatric surgery. We are proud to have Blue Distinction+, Optum Center of Excellence and Cigna 3 Star Quality designations for bariatric surgery!

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Accreditation distinction for Abrazo Arizona Heart Hospital

Jan 20, 2020

Only hospital in western U.S. recognized in four specialties by American College of Cardiology

Abrazo Arizona Heart Hospital recently became the only hospital in the western United States to hold American College of Cardiology accreditation for treatment of chest pain, heart failure, atrial fibrillation, and cardiac catheterization.

Accreditation recognizes high performing and complex cardiovascular service lines and provides unbiased benchmarks for hospital standards of clinical performance, according to the American College of Cardiology.

  • Chest Pain Center Accreditation recognizes hospital cardiovascular teams that are focused on the efficient and effective care of acute coronary syndrome (heart attack) patients.
  • Heart Failure Accreditation recognizes the hospital’s ability to diagnose and treat conditions in which a weakened heart fails to adequately provide oxygen- and nutrient-rich blood to the body’s cells,
  • Atrial Fibrillation Accreditation recognizes the hospital’s ability to treat a condition known as AFib, an irregular heartbeat that can lead to blood clots, stroke, heart failure and other complications.
  • Cardiac Catheterization Accreditation recognizes the hospital’s ability to diagnose and treat certain cardiovascular conditions through minimally invasive methods.

Abrazo is committed to helping patients and their loved ones understand the risks associated with heart disease so they can seize control of their health, stated Dr. Timothy Byrne, medical director of Cardiovascular Services.

Accreditation Distinction for AAHH“The American College of Cardiology accreditations provide a foundation within the hospital for excellence and quality outcomes. Improving documentation and mandating best practices is what creates centers of excellence. We are proud of the designations in each of our four centers,” said Byrne.

Cardiovascular care continues to march forward, with new research, diagnosis, treatment and procedures that are helping patients live longer and better. The accreditations from the American College of Cardiology show a commitment to providing excellent care through evidence-based practice and continuous process improvement, explained Abrazo Cardiovascular Services Director Tammy Querrey.

“Accreditations provide a strong framework for our facilities. This structure has improved the care we deliver to our patients and families, and has facilitated transitioning them home with the resources necessary to be successful in continuing their care well beyond the hospital walls,” said Querrey. “Our multidisciplinary team of professionals have gathered together to treat our patients holistically from the time they arrive to after discharge. It’s truly our display of a community built on care.”

Becoming the only hospital west of the Mississippi River that is accredited in those four specialties adds to the hospital’s legacy. Abrazo Arizona Heart Hospital was one of the first hospitals in the United States dedicated to treating patients with heart and cardiovascular conditions when it opened in 1998.

“We have a history of delivering care for some of the most complex heart and vascular conditions. It is our intent to help Arizonans prevent and manage the risks associated with the disease,” noted Querrey.