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MIHS...It's Who I Am.

MIHS...It's Who I Am.

For more than 140 years MIHS has provided a high quality integrated system of care for patients and families. We invite you to step inside our doors and see for yourself how MIHS physicians, nurses, medical and administrative staff treat you with respect and compassion every day, on every level.

Watch the videos below and get to know our staff’s personal stories.

The TV commercials, print ads and radio commercials below are each a part of the overall "MIHS...It's Who I Am" campaign currently running throughout Maricopa County.
 

MIHS… “Es Quién Soy"

Por más de 140 años MIHS ha proporcionado un sistema de salud de alta calidad para pacientes y familias. Lo invitamos a entrar a nuestro edificio y ver por usted mismo como los doctores, enfermeros, y el personal médico y administrativo lo tratan con respeto y compasión todos los días, en todos los niveles.

Vea los videos a continuación y conozca las historias personales de nuestro equipo.

La historia de Martha Martinez

La historia de Griselda Medina

Dr. Esad Boskailo’s Story

Jennifer Young’s Story

Greg Scaggs’ Story

Monica Miller’s Story

Dr. Maria Manriquez’s Story

Dr. Dean Coonrod’s Story

Dr. Eric Katz’s Story

Jennifer Bryant’s Story

Behind the Scenes: “MIHS, It’s Who I AM” Video Campaign

Dr. Eric Katz (TV)

Jennifer Young, RN (TV)

Dr. Maria Manriquez (TV)

Martha Martinez (TV - Spanish)

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