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President Joe Biden’s goal of having 70% of Americans vaccinated against COVID-19 by July 4 is proving to be a tall order for several states, including Arizona. more
A long-running Valley nonprofit is committed to increasing access to medical services throughout Phoenix, particularly in the historically underserved West Valley. more
A 20-year Valley partnership has been further solidified by the addition of a new, state-of-the-art facility in Phoenix. more
When Dr. Katherine Mitzel embarked on her medical school journey, staying in her hometown was of the highest priority. more
The United Health Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the publicly-traded UnitedHealth Group, has committed approximately $3 million to Valle de Sol Community Health to improve school-age children’s access to integrated health care in underserved Phoenix communities. more
The future of health care now belongs to Amazon, AmWell and those health systems that understand that winners and losers will be decided by “touch-the-glass” devices — cellphones and tablets. more
Nurses searching for new opportunities are in luck: Abrazo Scottsdale is hiring. more
Improving patient care should always be the driving force behind any legislation introduced at the state capitol, which is why I introduced Senate Bill 1270, a bill to exempt certain medications from an insurance practice known as step therapy. more
The West Valley is open for business and health care is in especially high demand. more
Cleanliness is great. But caregiving is next to godliness. Just ask the family members of the clients who Rosalina Vilar cares for. more
Walgreens and its primary care partner VillageMD opened a new location of their primary care clinic at 7448 W. Thunderbird Rd., April 6. more
While the COVID-19 pandemic has created unforeseen challenges for the American health care system, it has also created innovative opportunities for long-overdue health care reform. more
As the partnership between Arizona State University and the world-renowned Mayo Clinic strengthens, a new program is taking off in hopes of changing the medical technology field. more
Arizona health experts are celebrating the passage of legislation that will increase the expenditure authority for the Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System. more
Keith Dines is 30-year resident of Peoria and president of the Devoted Health Plan of Arizona market, one of the fastest growing Medicare Advantage plans in the US. more
Peoria residents might not be familiar with the community paramedicine program that is part of the city’s fire-medical department, but that could change moving forward. more
Construction is expected to begin in April on a new, state-of-the-art hospital in north Peoria at Lake Pleasant Parkway and Jomax Road. more
The 126,000-square-foot state-of-the-art Valleywise Comprehensive Health Center is now open in Peoria at Grand Avenue and Cotton Crossing. more
Peoria adjusted its agreement with Surprise and Goodyear regarding a grant-funded community paramedicine program through United HealthCare. more
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. more
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