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West Valley Hospital executive named to ENA board

Tiffiny Strever, West Valley Hospital’s Trauma Program Manager, has been appointed to the Emergency Nurses Association’s national board.
Her two-year term began Jan. 1. She is the liaison to Delaware, Connecticut, Vermont, Maine, Rhode Island, and New Hampshire. She will assist those states with various issues and will speak at conferences. She also is serving on the national committees on military and awards.
At West Valley Hospital’s Level 1 Trauma Center, Strever, a Glendale resident,  is responsible for developing, implementing and maintaining a quality, cost-effective system of care for trauma patients and their families. She manages trauma performance improvement processes, community outreach programs and provide leadership to the trauma care program which started in July 2014.
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As the second largest health care delivery system in Arizona, Abrazo Health is committed to providing excellent medical care to the residents of Maricopa County. The Abrazo system includes six acute care hospitals: Arizona Heart Hospital, Arrowhead Hospital, Maryvale Hospital, Paradise Valley Hospital, Phoenix Baptist Hospital and West Valley Hospital; with a combined 1,043 licensed beds. In addition, the system consists of two emergency centers: North Peoria Emergency Center and West Valley Emergency Center; Abrazo Medical Group; Phoenix Health Plans; and School-Based Health Centers. Visit AbrazoHealth.com for more information.
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Mobile Mini Completes 3 Acquisitions

Mobile Mini, Inc. (Nasdaq GS:MINI) announced it has completed the purchase of the assets and operations of two portable storage businesses with operations in Connecticut, Memphis, Tennessee and Dallas, Texas. Financial terms of the transactions were not disclosed.

“We continue to execute on our strategy of making acquisitions in growth markets where we can acquire highly utilized rental assets on favorable terms,” said Erik Olsson, Mobile Mini President and Chief Executive Officer. “Our expansion in Connecticut will help support growth in high population areas, while the acquisition of a portable storage business with operations in Memphis and Dallas will meaningfully increase our units on rent in those markets without adding significant costs.”

The two newly acquired businesses have a combined fleet of approximately 2,000 units comprised of containers and security offices with total utilization of over 80%.

Mr. Olsson continued, “We are executing on our growth strategy of focusing on internal growth along with strategic acquisitions and believe this will continue to add long-term value for our shareholders.”