Between golf and football, there’s a lot going on around the Valley in February. As a healthcare professional, Valentine’s Day is near and dear to my heart. Let’s consider what we can do to be with our sweethearts for many Valentine’s days to come.
Abrazo Health hospitals are celebrating Heart Month in February by offering the opportunity to win a smart watch, and get a free downloadable cookbook of heart-healthy recipes along with weekly health tip emails just for entering.
Abrazo Central Campus is holding a campus-wide hiring event on Thursday, Jan. 19 from 2 - 5 p.m. The job fair will be for all current vacancies throughout the hospital. Applicants are encouraged to attend the event at 2000 W. Bethany Home Road in Phoenix.
In a year when many Arizonans are back to some normalcy, with travel on the rise and holiday gatherings returning, flu season is off to a slow start. But Valley health experts say we have yet to see the worst of it.
One by one, Valley health care systems are requiring the COVID-19 vaccine as a condition of employment at hospitals as the Delta variant and low vaccination numbers propels the U.S. into a third surge of the virus.
The coronavirus pandemic put a very noticeable strain on health care systems across the U.S. and across the globe, but it also brought to light an issue that’s been building for years: a shortage of registered nurses, which only continues to worsen.
Stephanie Flynn is a Buckeye resident who experienced a stroke at age 34. Her story emphasizes the importance of knowing the signs of stroke and seeking immediate emergency care as May is recognized as national Stroke Awareness Month.
The COVID-19 vaccine point of distribution (POD) site at Abrazo West Campus in Goodyear vaccinated more than 50,000 people during its three months in operation, marking a positive achievement for the community.
Frontline health care workers and first responders from around the Southwest Valley began receiving first-round COVID-19 vaccines on the Abrazo West Campus in Goodyear on Monday, Dec. 21, as health officials rolled out Phase 1A of their vaccination plan.