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St. Luke's Sanatorium Featured in Special Collector's Issue of Arizona Highways

October 18, 2017

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.

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Steward Health Completes Acquisition of Iasis Healthcare

September 29, 2017

With 36 Hospitals Nationally Including Four in Arizona, Steward Becomes the Largest Private Hospital Operator in the U.S.

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Valley Nurses Texas Bound

September 19, 2017

ABC 15 Arizona September 2, 2017 ...

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St. Luke’s RN, Alain Alcarez, and 25 Others, Head to Texas to Help Sister Facilities

September 19, 2017

Good Evening Arizona – Channel 3 September 3, 2017 ...

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Local Nurses Travel to Texas to Help Evacuees

September 19, 2017

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Here’s what Phoenix companies are doing to help Hurricane Harvey victims

September 5, 2017

Source: Phoenix Business Journal September 5, 2017 A number of Phoenix-area organizations and businesses are chipping in to help those affected by Hurricane Harvey in Texas. • Peoria Fire-Medical, along with other Arizona fire departments, will be sending personnel and equipment to assist with relief and recovery efforts in the Gulf Coast. Peoria firefighters will be a part of a 20-person Type 3 A...

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KJZZ-91.5 FM Radio: Dr. Amy Overlin with Tempe St. Luke’s Hospital Interviewed About Concussions

August 24, 2017

Keishaud White, No. 5 on the Desert Vista High School Thunder football team, kneels at the southeast corner of the field before the first game of his senior year. He’s praying — and in the audience, so is his mom, Keisha Culver. “I just keep it in my prayer that he comes off the field the same way he went on and that’s unscathed, unharmed,” she said. This is also Keishaud’s first game back after t...

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Leading perinatology specialists bolster local women’s care

June 12, 2017

Source: MyNewsMesa.com Dr. Richard Blumrick Two well-respected maternal fetal medicine specialists and a seasoned OB/GYN family nurse practitioner with endocrinology experience have opened a physician’s office in Mesa to help women with high-risk and complicated pregnancies. Dr. Richard Blumrick, FACOG, and Dr. Julia Elizabeth Solomon, MDCM, FACOG, will be lending their support to the medical...

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Tempe Chamber Announces Business Excellence Awards finalists

June 6, 2017

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Leading Perinatology Specialists Bolster Women’s Care Programs at Tempe St. Luke’s Hospital

May 18, 2017

Two well-respected maternal fetal medicine specialists and a seasoned OB/GYN family nurse practitioner with endocrinology experience have opened a physician’s office in Mesa to help women with high-risk and complicated pregnancies. Dr. Richard Blumrick, FACOG, and Dr. Julia Elizabeth Solomon, MDCM, FACOG, will be lending their support to the medical teams at Mountain Vista Medical Center in Mes...

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Tempe St. Luke’s Hospital Awards Scholarships to 10 Students Pursuing a Career in the Field of Medicine

May 8, 2017

    Ten students pursuing a degree in medicine each received a $1,000 scholarship from Tempe St. Luke’s Hospital for the 2017-18 school year. The students were recently honored at a scholarship luncheon at the hospital.     The one-year scholarships, which are funded by the monies generated from the hospital’s gift shop, will help the students to fund school expenses, including tuition, books, la...

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Valley Hospitals, Including Tempe St. Luke’s Hospital, Commemorate National Donate Life Month

April 19, 2017

     Source: MyNewsMesa.com Gerald (Jerry) Blankenship suffered a devastating reemergence of illness dating back to a needle stick more than 20 years ago. (Courtesy of IASIS Healthcare) In 2012, Gerald (Jerry) Blankenship suffered a devastating reemergence of illness dating back to a needle stick more than 20 years ago. His health declined so rapidly that he wasn’t sure he would survive lo...

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Tempe St. Luke’s Hospital Offers Tips to Prevent Diabetes-Related Limb Amputations During April’s Limb Loss Awareness Month & Foot Care Awareness Month

April 17, 2017

Each day, approximately 500 Americans lose a limb, resulting in upwards of 185,000 amputations in the U.S. each year. More than half of these losses are caused by vascular disease, including diabetes and peripheral arterial disease, according to the Amputee Coalition. In fact, people with diabetes are significantly more likely to have a foot or leg amputated than the general population due to p...

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Hospital Chaplains See the Pain Doctors Can’t Treat

April 14, 2017

Source: East Valley Tribune By Ralph Zubiate, Tribune Managing Editor  The image of a hospital chaplain is pretty standard. A man in a collared shirt slips into the patient’s room as machines beep and hiss. A stole is kissed and placed over the back of the neck. Oil is applied to the patient’s forehead, and a prayer is muttered. Maybe a squeeze of a hand and a wor...

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April is Alcohol Awareness Month & Arizona is One the Highest-Ranking States for Excessive Drinking

April 14, 2017

    April is Alcohol Awareness Month, and with it comes some pretty sobering alcohol statistics. Alcohol is the most commonly-used addictive substance in the United States: 17.6 million people, or one in every 12 adults, suffer from alcohol abuse or dependence. In Arizona, alcohol is consumed more frequently than all illicit drugs combined, according to the Arizona Department of Health Services. ...