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.
1967 - Arizona Health Commissioner George Speedlove, County Health Commissioner Stan Farnsworth, MacDonald Wood, Derrill Manley, county hospital advisory board member al Brewer, and Maricopa County Medical Society President John Ash break ground for the new hospital.
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.
Superstar Taylor Swift visited a young burn patient at the Arizona Burn Center before kicking off her concert tour in Phoenix
May 20, 2018
Beanies for Babies
Cigna employees knitted beanies for our tiniest babies in MIHS’s Level III NICU
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.
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.