That’s the meaning behind Abrazo Health. Abrazo Health embraces the metropolitan Phoenix community’s health. We are committed to helping you achieve health for life. Abrazo delivers to you the highest... more levels of quality, personalized health care, while operating six acute care hospitals, two emergency centers, two urgent care centers, a physician medical group with 13 offices, two health plans, and several service-specific institutes and centers.
Our five acute care hospitals consist of Arrowhead Hospital, Maryvale Hospital, Paradise Valley Hospital, Phoenix Baptist Hospital and West Valley Hospital. Each hospital offers a broad range of medical services including internal medicine, general surgery, cardiology, orthopedics, obstetrics, women’s health, diagnostic imaging and emergency care. Outpatient services include outpatient surgery, laboratory, radiology and rehabilitation services. Additionally, our Arizona Heart Hospital (a campus of Phoenix Baptist Hospital) is known for its distinct reputation as a premier cardiovascular specialty hospital and center of excellence dedicated exclusively to cardiac and cardiovascular care. Our two emergency centers, North Peoria Emergency Center and West Valley Emergency Center are available 24/7/365. You will also find our MedPost urgent care centers in the Gilbert and Laveen neighborhoods.
I am a type 1 diabetic that came in with blood sugars in the 850 range. When I initially came into the ER the staff was very attentive and got me in the back right away...but that’s where that ended.... more I was in the ER with the most rude service I’ve ever experienced before in my life and I’ve been diabetic for 33 years! I wasn’t kept up to date on what my sugars were and I don’t know what happened with my IV but there was a very excruciating pain that went from my elbow to my shoulder. I was literally in so much pain that I was in tears! When I told my nurse about it he seemed not to really care and stated that if he could flush my IV it was fine and that he would advise my doctor. My doctor never came in. I yelled to just come and take my IV out and was ignored. Because I was alone the patient next to me girlfriend advised my nurse that I wanted my IV taken out and wanted to leave. My doctor still never came. The rude nurse came to take my IV out very aggressively. As I left a nicer nurse asked if I’d been discharged and I advised her of the care I’d been receiving, she advised me to wait and that she would get me help. After that I collapsed to the floor where several staff members walked past me without acknowledgement. The one nurse that did say anything to me at this point was very rude and asked me my name. She asked me wasn’t i supposed to be leaving. I just broke down crying. I’d never been treated this way before. This was the worse experience I’ve ever had in a hospital!
Awful. My mom went in with severe on-and-off pain throughout her back and torso. The main nurse was short with her and rude. He didn't seem to care much. In the end they only did a urine and blood test.... more NOTHING ELSE. When she went to her primary care physician afterwards, he was appalled that Abrazo hadn't gone through the effort of at least giving her an x-ray because of her internal pain. Definitely says a lot about them. They only did the bare minimum (not even that, according to her physician) and then threw a pain prescription at her.
Rate of readmission after discharge from hospital (hospital-wide)
Rate - 15.4% (0.6% below the national rate)
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