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The news conference comes just as Arizona’s high school football and soccer seasons begin. Barrow continues to lead the nation in concussion education, detection and prevention. Please mark your calendar for this press briefing and stay tuned for more details.
Dr. Sandy Indermuhle, Emergency Department Medical Director of Dignity Health Chandler Regional and Mercy Gilbert Medical Center’s, and her staff are helping lead the fight against prescription drug abuse. Dr. Indermuhle is partnering with a new task force in Chandler and Gilbert to help curb the nation’s prescription drug abuse problem. As part of the task force, Dr. Indermuhle is educating her medical team to pay close attention when prescribing medications and helping guide patients with chronic pain to other types of resources. “One of the main points I try to impress on my patients with chronic pain is the alternatives to high dose pain medications,” says Dr. Indermuhle. “Pain medication is not the only answer to help these patients.” Call 602.406.3319 to schedule interviews with Dr. Dr. Indermuhle.
Assignment Editors and Reporters: Dignity Health medical experts will be available for news interviews throughout the Olympics for stories pertaining to potential injuries of Olympic athletes. Please call 602.406.3319 to schedule.
In an effort to deliver high quality sports medicine services to the East Valley’s student athletes, Dignity Health in Arizona will begin providing sports medicine services to the high schools in the Chandler Unified School District. Dignity Health in Arizona will employ the full-time athletic trainers to provide effective sports injury care and management to the high schools and expects the program to elevate into the level of care provided to athletes on a Division-I collegiate level. Stay tuned for details later in August.