Monday, December 03 2018
Peoria, AZ — It feels like it was only a few short months ago Maricopa Integrated Health System (MIHS) and the City of Peoria celebrated the groundbreaking of the new 127,000 SF West Valley Primary and Specialty Care Center. Now rising three stories high and over 50 feet skyward, construction is well on its way.
Every year, MIHS trains over 1,000 nursing students from 16 nursing schools across our state. These future doctors and nurses will experience a wide range of clinical experiences at the West Valley Primary and Specialty Care Center - an interdisciplinary environment. They’ll work under the guidance of top-notch physicians and experienced nurses, raising the level of care to their patients.
“We are proud to help fuel the economic engine of Peoria and become integrated into the fabric of the West Valley as a care provider, employer and civic partner,” said Steve Purves, MIHS President and CEO. “The West Valley Primary and Specialty Care Center is one of the first projects in our Care Reimagined initiative that will fulfill our commitment to provide “exceptional care, without exception, every patient, every time” to the residents of the West Valley and beyond.”
To stay up to date on MIHS’s building projects, visit: www.CareReimaginedAz.com