Developed in collaboration with St. Luke’s Behavioral Health Center, the Dr. Tafur Generations Program provides specialized care for patients who are age 55 and older and require psychiatric care in an acute inpatient medical setting.
Mental health services are provided at St. Luke’s Behavioral Health Center, a 124-bed facility located on the St. Luke’s campus, and treat adults, adolescents and children with depression, suicidal intentions, anxiety, hallucinations, paranoia, mood swings and destructive anger who require hospitalization.
A comprehensive range of eye care services — from routine eye exams and treatment of a variety of eye conditions, to more complex and delicate eye surgery, including corrective and cataract surgery.
The Sports Medicine team at St. Luke’s Medical Center features a team of physicians, including orthopaedic surgeons that are fellowship-trained in sports medicine, sports trainers, physical therapists, chiropractors, and Sports Medicine trained nurses, all of whom want to help you get back in the game – whether you play in a stadium or the backyard.
An experienced team of therapists and health care providers offering a wide range of rehabilitation and therapy services to meet a variety of needs including aquatic therapy, physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech and language therapy.
An ASMBS Center of Excellence for Bariatric Surgery, Bridges provides a comprehensive surgical program for the treatment of obesity including nutritional guidance, counseling and support groups for patients.
A comprehensive, integrated approach to preserving limbs, allowing patients to heal and restore limb function. This highly effective approach to limb preservation utilizes the expertise of wound-certified physicians, vascular surgeons, endovascular physicians and podiatrists.
A specialized treatment option that allows you to breathe pure oxygen inside a pressurized chamber, used to accelerate the healing of wounds, fight certain types of infections and to treat conditions ranging from cyanide or carbon monoxide poisoning to radiation injuries.
1800 E. Van Buren Street
Phoenix, AZ 85006