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Source: MyNewsMesa.com  (Courtesy of St. Luke’s Medical Center) St. Luke’s Medical Center, the first hospital in Arizona to offer a same-day coronary angioplasty through the radial artery in the wrist, is reporting significantly improved outcomes and cost savings for patients and the health system using the new artery access point. As a result, the less-invasive Read More

Source: AZBigMedia.com (Arizona Business Magazine) Posted April 20, 2017 by Michael Gossie April is Foot Care Awareness Month, and St. Luke’s Medical Center is using the occasion to bring greater attention to one of the most debilitating foot ailments in the U.S. – treating bunions. Typically brought on by ill-fitting shoes and high heels, bunions Read More

 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 Read More

April is Foot Care Awareness Month, and St. Luke’s Medical Center is using the occasion to bring greater attention to one of the most debilitating foot ailments in the U.S. – bunions. Typically brought on by ill-fitting shoes and high heels, bunions are especially common among women, who are 10 times more likely to get Read More

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 Read More

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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 Read More

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Source: MyNewsMesa.com April 6, 2017 Mountain Vista Medical Center in Mesa. (Special to MyNewsMesa.com) In their continuous quest to provide better care to patients, IASIS Healthcare’s three Arizona hospitals – Mountain Vista Medical Center in Mesa, St. Luke’s Medical Center in Phoenix and Tempe St. Luke’s Hospital – are expanding their partnership with EmCare to Read More

Source: Arizona Hospital and Healthcare Association (AzHHA) Point of Pride Organ and tissue donations are life changing to many individuals such as in the case of Jerry Blankenship, a nurse at St. Luke’s Medical Center. A couple of years ago, Jerry suffered a decline in his health that led him to a liver transplant. As Read More

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New relationship will enhance anesthesia, emergency medicine, radiology, and teleradiology services at St. Luke's Medical Center In their continuous quest to provide best-in-class care to patients, IASIS Healthcare’s three Arizona hospitals – Mountain Vista Medical Center in Mesa, St. Luke’s Medical Center in Phoenix and Tempe St. Luke’s Hospital – are expanding their partnership with EmCare Read More

Source: KTAR.com BY KTAR NEWSROOM | March 31, 2017 @ 10:21 am KTAR’s Main Street Minute focuses on local businesses that are hiring, opening and hosting events across the community. These stories air each weekday on KTAR at 7:27 a.m. • IASIS Health is holding a nursing career and family fair Saturday in Phoenix. It Read More

Source: MyNewsMesa.com RNs are invited to bring their families and network at a Nursing Career and Family Fair this Saturday, April 1, at the IASIS Healthcare Multi Specialty Clinic in downtown Phoenix, 230 S. Third St., from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. (Submitted photo) Despite being one of the fastest-growing occupations in the country, demand for Read More

Source: Becker's Hospital Review ACHE installs new chairman, governors and regents to board Written by Tamara Rosin   Charles D. "Chuck" Stokes, executive vice president and COO of Houston-based Memorial Hermann, has been appointed chairman of the American College of Healthcare Executives. He was installed today at the Council of Regents Meeting preceding ACHE's 60th Congress Read More

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Source: Phoenix Magazine's "Top Docs" April 2017 issue Growing Pains Written by Lauren Loftus  Alternatives to Opioids • Dorsal root ganglion (DRG) stimulation: The Axium™ Neurostimulator System is a new FDA-approved device that stimulates the DRG (a spinal structure densely populated with sensory nerves), providing pain relief to targeted areas of the body. • Endomorphins Read More

April is National Donate Life Month, and St. Luke's Medical Center is reminding people of all ages about their potential to give life, comfort and hope to others by registering as an organ, tissue or blood donor. The hospital will collaborate with the Donor Network of Arizona to hold a free, open-to-the-public event to educate people Read More

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Despite being one of the fastest-growing occupations in the country, demand for nurses is outpacing the supply. According to Bureau of Labor Statistics projections, by 2022 there will be more than 1 million jobs for RNs in the U.S. The existing nursing deficit in the U.S. — largely caused by the aging population, increasing prevalence Read More

St. Luke’s Medical Center, the first hospital in Arizona to offer a same-day coronary angioplasty through the radial artery in the wrist, is reporting significantly improved outcomes and cost savings for patients and the health system using the new artery access point. As a result, the less-invasive procedure is attracting national attention. According to a Read More

Thursday, March 2, 2017  We often attribute aches and pains to simply getting older. But here’s the truth: Life shouldn’t be painful no matter what age you are. As part of its dedication to making a difference in the lives of its patients and communities, St. Luke’s Medical Center, along with Hedley Orthopaedic Institute and Read More

Students pursuing a career in the health care field are encouraged to apply for scholarships offered through St. Luke’s Medical Center. For the 2017-2018 school year, the two hospitals are offering thousands of dollars in health care scholarships. The one-year scholarships can help students to fund school expenses, including tuition, books, lab fees and educational Read More

Watch news clip: KTVK-TV 3 Good Evening Arizona St. Luke’s Medical Center is the first hospital in Arizona, and among the first in the nation, to offer a cutting-edge treatment that provides relief for patients suffering from the painful symptoms of peripheral artery disease (PAD), a common condition caused by a build-up of plaque that Read More

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