About MIHS

About MIHS

Dear Friends,

Steve PurvesIt is my pleasure to introduce to you Maricopa Integrated Health System’s new website.  MIHS has been serving the community for more than 140 years, and has been providing care for over 16,500 inpatients and over 432,600 outpatients annually. We are proud of the reputation and relationships we have established in the community and are committed to continuing to build upon our rich tradition of quality health care, compassion and stewardship.

Our new website has been created with our patients in mind. It is our goal to provide you with easy and accessible information about our health care system and the services we offer. We hope you will visit this site often to learn about our model of care, our medical staff, our hospital, two behavioral health centers, our outpatient specialty center and 13 Family Health Centers.

MIHS employs over 3,500 health care professionals who are comprised of people you know; your friends, family and neighbors and we have partnerships with 770 physicians and other advanced health care providers to care for our community.

Thank you for visiting the MIHS website. We invite you to call or visit our hospital or one of our Family Health Centers to discover how our broad range of services can serve your health and wellness needs.
Stephen A. Purves, FACHE
President & CEO
Maricopa Integrated Health System

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