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Bruce Turner accepts what fate handed him, but he ponders not on how life ought to be.
Growth and expansion over the last few years has made Banner Health the leading employer in the City of Mesa.
Banner Health will offer a mobile heath unit, which will travel to area schools to treat uninsured or underinsured children up to 21-years-old, beginning Jan. 14.
Banner Ironwood Medical Center welcomed its 1,000th baby delivery for 2012 on Dec. 29.
Banner Ironwood Medical Center named Terresa Paulus as its new chief nursing officer.
With just two more courses to take to complete her master’s degree at Grand Canyon University, Marian Barry could have participated in graduation ceremonies on campus in May.
Julie Nunley has been named chief executive officer of Banner Ironwood Medical Center, 37000 N. Gantzel Road in San Tan Valley. She will assume her duties June 4. Nunley replaces Deb Krmpotic, who is now CEO at Banner Estrella Medical Center in west Phoenix.
As we push into spring and more people spend time outside, the possibility of bee stings becomes increasingly prevalent.
A cancer treatment and research center will expand its presence in the East Valley by constructing a new clinic in Gilbert.
Banner Health announced this week leadership changes involving three CEOs at Banner Health's Valley hospitals, including Banner Desert Medical Center. The changes take effect March 5.
Three East Valley Banner Health hospitals are testing a program that allows patients with behavioral health issues in hospital emergency departments to “see” a psychiatrist via a secured video link.
The Banner Ironwood Medical Center is expanding to handle more patients by opening its fourth floor on Jan. 4. The $5.1 million expansion includes 12 additional inpatient beds and four more labor and delivery rooms.
Army Spc. Tracey Bovee is in the midst of his second tour in Iraq, but on this Veterans Day, he could not have asked for a better visit to the homefront.
Army Spc. Tracey Bovee and his wife, Elizabeth, relaxing with their firstborn Allie Faye, who was born at 6:02 p.m. on Thursday at Banner Ironwood Medical Center in San Tan Valley. Tracey Bovee is on his second tour in Iraq as a member of a tank crew and arrived in Arizona on Nov. 6, in time for Allie’s life debut.
The 8-month-old baby who showed no signs of brain function after being found face down in a bathtub in a San Tan Valley home died Thursday morning, said Elias Johnson, a Pinal County Sheriff's Office spokesman.
Remember getting a new pair of shoes every year for school? Many students in the Florence Unified School District come from homes that lack the money to buy that back-to-school staple. So Banner Ironwood Medical Center in San Tan Valley is hosting a shoe drive for them.
Remember the classic board game Operation? Banner Ironwood Medical Center invites the community to play its version from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. April 30 at the hospital, 37000 N. Gantzel Road, San Tan Valley. Physicians will coach participants as they find out who can remove funny bones and stomach butterflies the fastest.
Banner Ironwood Medical Center will hold an OB/GYN Open House 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 14, at the new facility, 37000 N. Gantzel Road. Participants can tour the women and infant services area, and speak informally with physicians and staff who provide medical services at Banner Ironwood.
Banner Ironwood Medical Center is scheduled to open Nov. 1 to serve the San Tan Valley and Queen Creek communities.
Banner Ironwood Medical Center is inviting the community to view the new hospital during an open house event 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at the facility, south of Combs Road on Gantzel Road, adjacent to Queen Creek.
In the current economy, many businesses are looking to diversify - even those as entrenched as Schnepf Farms, the Queen Creek agricultural attraction that traces its roots to 1941.
The push to incorporate San Tan Valley is entering a critical phase, where it threatens to be killed entirely by forces outside the borders of the proposed city.
Banner Ironwood Medical Center in Queen Creek will hold a sneak peek 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. April 10 to introduce the community to the hospital and its services.