The company is affiliated with Northwest Medical Center and Oro Valley Hospital.
Northwest-side favorite dominates salsa competition
PHOENIX — Pregnant and want to avoid a cesarean section if at all possible? Having treatment done at a hospital and want to know the costs? The state Department of Health Services may be able to help.
One of the northwest side’s oldest residents works tirelessly to comfort some of the youngest.
Local hospitals say the public should not rely solely on a national patient safety scorecard released last week that gave mediocre grades to all included Tucson facilities.
On Monday, Northwest Medical Center opened a $50 million surgical wing that promises to greatly expand the hospital’s capabilities.
Charges against a Marana man suspected of killing his father during a fight have been dismissed.
A Marana man arrested in the death of his father told investigators that he was high on methamphetamines and used a martial-arts chokehold on him during a fight at their home, according to court documents.
Northwest Medical Center has built a new surgical wing with larger suites and technologically advanced equipment. The $50 million wing is complete and will be operational Jan. 27.
A Candlewood Suites hotel has opened at 1995 W. River Road, near La Cholla Boulevard.
A man on the northwest side was bitten by a rattlesnake while working in his yard, Northwest Fire reports.
New rehab center set at NW Medical Center
Whoever abandoned a baby at Northwest Medical Center Tuesday did exactly the right thing, according to authorities.
Northwest Medical Center on Monday will offer a free seminar for women and couples interested in the latest advancements in infertility treatments.
Tucson fire Capt. Bruce Avram congratulated Kevin DeMent, 9, and his sister, Tayla, 4, on Wednesday.
On the morning of July 13, Kevin DeMent, 9, and his younger sister Tayla displayed a calmness not usually seen in children their age.
Increasing patient volume at Northwest Medical Center is the reason behind a $50 million construction project that will begin at the hospital this winter.
Dr. Mitzi Barmatz, left, and surgeon technician Christina Marble prepare an operating room for surgery at Northwest Medical Center. This winter, the hospital will begin work on a major expansion of its surgery facilities.
Conni Aschauer, a registered nurse, sorts out the various wires of a networked, state-of-the-art cardiac monitor in the emergency room of Oro Valley Hospital, the only local hospital to receive the top grade in new ratings.
One Tucson-area hospital received a top grade of A for patient safety in a first-ever national score card on hospital errors, accidents and infections released today by a Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit group.