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A Robert Durling says he is lucky to be alive thanks to the quick actions of an off-duty Dignity Health Chandler Regional Medical Center trauma ICU nurse who jumped in to save his life after he suffered a massive heart attack.
An emergency medicine physician at Dignity Health Chandler Regional Medical Center warns that Arizona’s triple-digit temperatures can pose a serious threat to longtime desert dwellers and multitudes of new residents each year.
Dignity Health East Valley is launching graduate medical education programs (GME) to address Arizona’s critical physician workforce shortage and meet the health care demands of the rapidly growing community in the East Valley.
Dignity Health Chandler Regional and Mercy Gilbert Medical Centers, along with Dignity Health Arizona General Hospital Mesa recently awarded $422,000 in grant funding to support five community projects led by 15 local, community-based organizations.
Dignity Health Chandler Regional Medical Center is consulting the people of Chandler whether to lead a local trauma research study to investigate a blood clotting agent as a treatment for trauma patients who are bleeding to death.
An ER physician at Dignity Health Chandler Regional Medical Center warns that Arizona’s dangerous triple digit temperatures can pose a serious threat to seasoned desert dwellers and thousands of new residents each year.
Now among an elite group of facilities nationwide, Dignity Health Chandler Regional Medical Center launched an ECMO (extracorporeal membrane oxygenation) program in order to provide more Arizonans with greater access to this highly specialized care.
Dignity Health in Arizona is launching the first research study in North America in which genetic testing is used to identify men and women at risk of developing heart disease based on the makeup of their DNA.
In a dramatic growth of telehealth across the state and country, two Dignity Health hospitals in Arizona are expanding their existing home recovery care programs thanks to a hospital at home pilot program established by the Arizona DHS.
Dignity Health Chandler Regional Medical Center held a special dedication prior to the opening of its newest patient-care tower, Tower D, which was designed to respond to the growing East Valley community’s increasing health care needs.
While facing unprecedented times due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Dignity Health Foundation East Valley received a $50,000 grant from Fiesta Bowl Charities that will immediately support the organization’s sports medicine program.
Dignity Health Chandler Regional Medical Center opened a new Heart Arrhythmia Center designed to diagnose and treat patients suffering from irregular heartbeats, , such as atrial fibrillation which is the most common arrhythmia.
As Arizona marks Cord Blood Awareness Month in July, the Arizona Biomedical Research Commission has approved an expansion of the program that has already saved 43 lives through donations used in cord blood transplants.
The new and growing TAVR program (or, transcatheter aortic valve replacement at Dignity Health Chandler Regional Medical Center recently received a visit from the world-renowned interventional cardiologist, John Webb, MD.
In honor of American Heart Month, volunteers at Dignity Health Chandler Regional Medical Center are delivering hand-sewn heart-shaped pillows to patients recovering from cardiovascular surgery. Used as a tool during patients' recovery, hospital volun...