1939-1949 - Multiple additions to the hospital provided service space for medical, pediatric, obstetrical and surgical patients. The new building featured air conditioning and added 61 beds, bringing the total beds to 278
1952 - MIHS has one of the oldest and largest physician training programs in Arizona. The American Medical Association approved teaching hospital status for MIHS in 1952 and the medical education program began the following academic year.
Betsey Bayless was appointed President Emeritus of the Maricopa Integrated Health System in September 2013 by the organization’s five member Governing Board after leading Arizona’s only public hospital system for eight years as President and Chief Executive Officer.
A $1 Billion Maricopa County Hospital Makeover Is Set In Motion
The board that oversees Maricopa Medical Center has awarded a contract to a construction firm to help manage the nearly $1 billion project of remaking the region's safety-net health system.
February 22, 2017
Firms chosen to build Maricopa County’s new public teaching hospital and health care system
The Maricopa County Special Health Care District Board of Directors today took an important step in construction of our community’s new public teaching hospital and safety net health care system by selecting the company that will oversee system planning, project execution and cost and quality management.
February 13, 2017
Adolescent Behavioral Health Unit Opens at Maricopa Integrated Health System
Treatment Program Serves Youth Suffering from Mental Health Issues
December 06, 2016
Mary Rose Wilcox Joins Maricopa County Special Health Care District Board of Directors
Mary Rose Wilcox today joined the five-member Maricopa County Special Health Care District Board of Directors, which oversees Maricopa County’s only public health care system. Mary Rose replaces Terence McMahon, who has served on the board for the last 4 years.