Maricopa Integrated Health System (MIHS) includes the Maricopa Medical Center, Arizona Burn Center, Level I Trauma Center, Arizona Children’s Center, two behavioral health centers, Comprehensive Healthcare Center, McDowell Healthcare Center for persons with HIV/AIDS and 12 community-oriented Family Health Centers.
Maricopa Medical Center is a premier training center for the nation's physicians. Our medicine, surgery, pediatrics and ob/gyn programs, in particular, contribute to the body of knowledge of patient care. Maricopa Medical Center ensures that health care is available to all area residents giving paying and non-paying patients access to top quality medical care.
MIHS is the health care safety net for citizens of Maricopa County. The health system serves people of many races and nationalities who come from diverse cultures and speak several different languages. Many of the patients face major challenges, such as lack of health insurance, complex medical problems, and difficult socioeconomic situations. Caring for these patients demands special knowledge and sensitivity. MIHS is committed to giving culturally appropriate, sensitive medical care and helping our patients live healthier lives. MIHS provides care for all that enter its doors. Annually, MIHS has nearly 20,000 inpatient admissions and 300,000 outpatient visits.
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