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Cancer moonshot 2020: An important step towards cancer care

Cancer moonshot 2020

In February, the state of Arizona took another leap forward in its evolution as a national hub of innovation, technology and bioscience. As part of the aspirational Cancer Moonshot 2020 announced by Vice President Joe Biden and spearheaded by renowned doctor and health care entrepreneur Patrick Soon-Shiong, Phoenix Children’s will assume the national lead position… Read More →

Kitchell to build cancer center at Phoenix Children’s Hospital

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Kitchell has been tapped to build out the future Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders at Phoenix Children’s Hospital (on the second floor of the Hospital), for which a $15 million campaign was recently launched. The “Hope Lives Here” campaign’s Honorary Co-chairs are Arizona Diamondback Paul Goldschmidt and his wife Amy. Renderings of the new… Read More →

Meet the finalists for Healthcare Leadership Awards

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Each year, AZ Business magazine hosts the Healthcare Leadership Awards to honor the women, men and institutions that bring excellence and innovation to Arizona’s healthcare sector. Az Business is proud to announce the 2016 Healthcare Leadership Awards finalists, who were chosen by a panel of industry experts and will be recognized at the Healthcare Leadership… Read More →

Good times at McDowell Mountain Music Festival

McDowell Mountain Music Festival

The weekend-long party in the grass, McDowell Mountain Music Festival, came to a close, Sunday, after famed acts such as Beck, Kid Cudi, The Avett Brothers and many other bands rocked the stage. Wespac Construction put on its 13th Annual Festival in Margaret T. Hance Park from March 11 to 13 where all proceeds benefitted the… Read More →

Carrington gives back with Heart Pillow Project

Students at Carrington College’s North Campus in Phoenix prepare to deliver more than 500 handmade pillows to patients at Phoenix Children’s Hospital.

Students in the Medical Assisting program at Carrington College’s Phoenix North campus, which is located at 8503 N. 27th Ave., delivered more than 520 homemade heart-shaped pillows to Phoenix Children’s Hospital. The pillows were donated through Phoenix Children’s Hospital’s Heart Pillow Project, which aims to raise awareness of congenital heart defects. As part of the program,… Read More →

Executive Council Charities commits $500K to PCH

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Members of the Board of Directors for Executive Council Charities met, Tuesday, at Phoenix Children’s Hospital to provide the first installment of a $500,000 commitment over five years to fund the sub waiting room, discharge lobby and a family consult room at the new emergency department and trauma center. After a brief program, a tour… Read More →

MoonShot 2020 takes steps in fight against cancer

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Pediatric oncology leaders, Arizona Sen. John McCain and other state officials announced Thursday that Arizona will be the first state to support Cancer MoonShot 2020, a government and private research initiative seeking to accelerate immunotherapy cancer treatment. Cancer MoonShot 2020 also launched its MoonShot 2020 Pediatrics coalition Thursday, involving Phoenix Children’s Hospital and nine other… Read More →

Phoenix Ronald McDonald House undergoing makeover

Ronald McDonald House

The Ronald McDonald House at Phoenix Children’s Hospital is getting a $400,000 makeover, renovating all 18 family bedrooms in its four-story Cambridge House. Seventeen of the 18 bedrooms where families stay while their children are undergoing medical care in the Valley have been adopted by companies, foundations, individuals and organizations, which will purchase and install… Read More →

Phoenix Children’s biospecimen program earns distinction

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Phoenix Children’s Biospecimen Sciences program received accreditation from the College of American Pathologists, an organization that recognizes excellence in pathology and laboratory medicine. Phoenix Children’s is one of only three children’s hospitals nationwide with a CAP-accredited biorepository. The CAP accreditation recognizes the biorepository’s processes and policies for handling and banking biospecimens, ensuring high standards of… Read More →

VCA donates $189K to Phoenix Children’s Hospital

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At the beginning of December, the Phoenix Children’s Hospital received over $189,000 worth of toys from Value Card Alliance, a no-cash marketplace for more than 36,000 businesses. Each month VCA picks a local charity to fundraise for, and this month Phoenix Children’s Hospital was picked. In the last five years, more than half a million… Read More →

John Hamilton joins Phoenix Children’s Hospital

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John Hamilton, who serves as chief operating officer for Phoenix children’s Medical Group (PCMG), recently expanded his role to assume full operational responsibilities for PCMG. In this role he is responsible for the operations, including strategic development and financial management, for the nearly 300 employed physicians providing clinical services at Phoenix Children’s. Hamilton joined Phoenix… Read More →

TGen, Phoenix Children’s Hospital look for new ways to store blood

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The Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen) and Phoenix Children’s Hospital are developing new economical methods of preserving, storing and transporting high-quality blood plasma proteins for use in diagnosing and treating disease. Under a $698,502 three-year grant from the National Institutes of Health, the Phoenix Children’s Hospital Biorepository and TGen’s Proteomics Division are using special filter… Read More →

Hit-and-run kills 2015 Physician of the Year Dr. Robert Arceci

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The 2015 Healthcare Leadership Awards winner for Physician of the Year was killed by a hit-and-run driver Monday morning in Scottsdale. Phoenix Children’s Hospital confirmed Dr. Robert Arceci was fatally injured while on his way to work. The hospital issued this statement: “Phoenix Children’s physician Dr. Robert Arceci was fatally injured after being hit by another… Read More →

How CIOs are changing the face of pediatric medicine

Phoenix Children’s Hospital - Pediatric Liver Transplant Program

National Hospital Week offers greater Phoenix residents a chance to celebrate the talented physicians, nurses and medical administrators who ensure Arizonans receive the world-class health care they deserve. The week also provides an opportunity to learn how delivering exceptional outcomes with a powerful cost and value proposition – every patient’s hope and every provider’s objective… Read More →