Mercy Gilbert Medical Center Archives

Kitchell finishes 171KSF patient tower at Chandler Regional

Chandler Regional Hospital

Kitchell recently completed a 171,000-square-foot expansion at Dignity Health Chandler Regional Medical Center, adding 96 beds and bringing the hospital’s bed count to 339, while adding and expanding comprehensive services. “Chandler Regional is truly a community hospital with more than 50 years of history in the East Valley,” said Tim Bricker, president and CEO of… Read More →

Phoenix Children’s Hospital expands East Valley services

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Phoenix Children’s Hospital and Dignity Health in Arizona announced plans to open a pediatric inpatient unit inside Dignity Health’s Mercy Gilbert Medical Center in October. Leaders of Phoenix Children’s and Dignity Health said they have agreed to launch the Phoenix Children’s licensed pediatric inpatient unit after discussions and consultations with local families, pediatricians and primary… Read More →

Humana, Dignity Health Sign Agreement


Humana Inc., one of the nation’s leading health and well-being companies, has reached an agreement that provides its members access to Dignity Health facilities in Arizona. The new network agreement, which takes effect May 1, 2014, includes Humana’s Medicare Advantage (including PPO, HMO and Private Fee for Service plans), employer groups and individual plan members.… Read More →

Valley medical centers seek trauma designation


Two medical centers in Maricopa County plan to seek trauma designations from the Arizona Department of Health Services’ emergency medical bureau. Chandler Regional Medical Center plans to open a Level I trauma center. Its sister hospital, Mercy Gilbert Medical Center, is planning for a Level III facility. For Chandler Regional, a Level I designation would… Read More →

2010 Most Admired Companies Award Winners

Most Admired Companies - AZ Business Magazine Sept/Oct 2010
by in AZ Business Magazine | Events

Arizona Business Magazine and BestCompaniesAZ are honored to unveil the winners of our inaugural Arizona’s Most Admired Companies Awards. With 43 winners, we think you’ll agree the awards selection committee has done an outstanding job in determining some of the most admired companies in our state.  Our primary goal in developing this program was to… Read More →

2010 HCLA – Hospital Executive

Arizona Business Magazine hosts their "2010 Health Care Leadership Awards" to honor those in the Health Industry

Honoree: Peter Fine, CEO, Banner Health Peter Fine, CEO Banner Health.2010 Health Care Leadership Awards Peter Fine, president and CEO of Phoenix-based Banner Health for more than nine years, leads the nonprofit organization with 22 facilities in seven states and more than 35,000 employees. Banner is the largest private employer in Arizona and admits more… Read More →

2010 HCLA – Researcher

2010 Health Care Leadership Awards

Honoree: Nabil Dib, Medical Director Nabil Dib, MD, M.SC., FACC Director, Cardiovascular Research Mercy Gilbert Medical Center A highly respected interventional cardiologist, Dr. Nabil Dib, director of cardiovascular research for Chandler Regional and Mercy Gilbert Medical centers, serves as principal investigator for a variety of cardiovascular clinical trials, including cardiac regeneration involving cell and gene… Read More →

2010 HCLA – Nurse or Nursing Advocate

2010 Health Care Leadership Awards recognizes the Valley's professionals in the health indsutry

Honoree: Kim Wilson, RN, BS, MS Vice President of Patient Care Services and CNO Mercy Gilbert Medical Center Even before the doors opened at Mercy Gilbert Medical Center in 2006, Kim Wilson was shaping the hospital’s work environment, quality of patient care, clinical excellence and innovations. As chief nursing officer, she has worked closely with… Read More →

AHA Profile: Nabil Dib

Nabil Dib, M.D., M.Sc., F.A.C.C. Director of Cardiovascular Research Chandler Regional and Mercy Gilbert Medical Centers As with most of life’s troubles, the problem starts small. A tiny bit of fatty material settles in on the walls of a major artery. Over several years, more and more of this plaque collects, until there is little… Read More →