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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.

MIHS 2017 Nurse Leader of the Year Diana Schmidt RN

MIHS's 2017 Nurse of the Year Kendal Gribler, RN

Daisy Award Recognizes Nurses

Stop the Bleed Campaign

The New Behavioral Health Adolescent Unit at MIHS

The Arizona Children's Center

Pendergast Health and Resource Fair - July 2016

5th Annual Glendale Family Heath and Resource Fair

MIHS Behavioral Health New Graduates

Nurses and the Bee Aware Diabetes Project

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    Taylor Swift Visits MIHS’s Arizona Burn Center

    Superstar Taylor Swift visited a  young burn patient at the Arizona Burn Center before kicking off her concert tour in Phoenix Read More

  • May 20, 2018
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    Cigna employees knitted beanies for our tiniest babies in MIHS’s Level III NICU Read More

  • April 25, 2018
    MIHS Featured in KJZZ Story about the First Episode Center

    Thanks to KJZZ Phoenix for featuring Hudson's story and the MIHS First Episode Center, an innovative treatment and support program that treats teens and young adults at the earliest stage – or first episode – of psychosis. Early intervention is key to help individuals live healthy and productive lives. Read More

  • February 28, 2018
    MIHS to expand West Valley emergency and behavioral health services

    Maricopa Integrated Health System is proud to announce it is acquiring the Maryvale hospital and reopening its Emergency Department to provide the local community access to board-certified emergency medicine physicians 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Read More