Phoenix Business Journal's Angela Gonzales, interviews Steward Health Care Arizona Market President, Doug Luckett.
July 5 2018
Chief Medical Officer of Steward Health Care Arizona, Dr. Gary Smith, meets with Justin Pazera from ABC15 to explain the health effects of the bacteria in monsoon flood waters.
The Tempe Wrangler interviews Dr. David Mendelson at Tempe St. Luke's Hospital to help shed light on the different symptoms and treatments available for colds, flu and allergies.
July 3 2018
ABC15 Arizona interviews expert David Mendelson, DO, otolaryngologist at Tempe St. Luke's Hospital, as to why this allergy season has been so severe and seemingly longer than normal.
We are so proud of Ana Barraza, Assistant Chief Financial Officer at St. Luke's Medical Center, Tempe St. Luke's Hospital and St. Luke's Behavioral Health Center for being recognized by the Phoenix Business Journal as a top Forty Under 40! ...
AZBigMedia shares the news of Doug Luckett, Steward Health Care Regional President. Steward Health Care has welcomed industry veteran Douglas Luckett to its executive leadership team as the new Arizona Regional President.
Tempe St. Luke’s hospital advises pregnant women on allergies By Tempe Wrangler News Staff June 20, 2018 When faced with the itchy eyes, running nose and hacking cough that allergies inflict on their hapless victims, the usual reaction is to reach for medication to try to get some relief. But what if the allergy sufferer is a pregnant woman? What’s the best remedy? Click here to read the full art...
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact: Angela Menninger, 602-373-8212 (mobile), [email protected] Steward Health Care Announces Industry Veteran Douglas Luckett as New Arizona Regional PresidentLuckett to Oversee Steward Health Care’s Arizona Family Hospitals PHOENIX (June 18, 2018) – Steward Health Care has welcomed industry veteran Douglas Luckett to its executive leadership team as the new Ar...
Effective Friday, June 15, 2018, Tempe St. Luke’s Hospital will no longer be providing labor and delivery/postpartum services at our facility. We want to thank our medical staff and dedicated hospital staff for the high quality health care that they have delivered to Tempe families. Tempe St. Luke’s Hospital will continue to care for the community through its full spectrum of health care service...
Baby, mom survive rare pregnancy complication A baby and her mom are doing well after a rare complication that only happens a few times every million pregnancies threatened both their lives. Author: Phillip Mathews 12news.com Published: 7:41 PM PST June 4, 2018 Updated: 10:32 PM PST June 4, 2018 There's a reason why the Tuuholoaki family took a picture with their OB-GYN Dr. Greg Marchand. “...
Tempe Union High School District teachers will participate in St. Luke's Medical Center Stop the Bleed emergency training program.
February 22 2018
Healthcare Champions at St. Luke’s Medical Center, Tempe St. Luke’s Hospital, St. Luke’s Behavioral Health Center and Mountain Vista Medical Center Recognized for Professional, Community Service
February 16 2018
Tempe St. Luke's Hospital is once again the premier sponsor of Tempe Cares annual community project.
January 19 2018
Dr. Minesh Zaveri discusses surgery-free alternatives for people struggling with arthritis pain.
Many times women are so busy that they put their health on the back burner, but it is so important to take action and stay healthy.
November 10 2017
TEMPE, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) - The Women’s Services Department at Tempe St. Luke’s Hospital is hosting a free open house to raise awareness about women’s health issues.
Despite the undeniable benefits of greater health awareness, women are still putting their health on hold. To bring greater attention to good health at every age, Tempe St. Luke’s Hospital’s Women’s Services Department is hosting a FREE open house on Thursday, Nov. 9, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Did you know St. Luke's started out as an obscure tuberculosis facility made up of 12 tents and 20 beds? Read more about St. Luke's Hospital Sanatorium the latest edition of Arizona Highways - Explore Sedona edition.
Sessions Arms Participants with Lifesaving Skills in CPR, Bleeding Emergency Responsiveness Heroes come in all shapes and sizes, but none is more valuable than a one who can react quickly, safely and knowledgeably in a high-stress medical emergency situation. That is the reason behind St. Luke’s Medical Center’s “Save Lives with St. Luke’s” program, which arms individuals with vital lifesaving tra...