Construction starts in 2016. North Campbell complex will expand to the west.
Hospital will remain locally owned.
The change to Banner-University Medical Center Tucson is expected late next month.
Arizona's latest medical marijuana report released last week shows dispensary sales tripled last year over 2013.
Study focuses on the common H. pylori bacteria.
Laughing together generates "so much happiness" — and therapeutic benefits, too.
Arizona is lone state without an active Children's Health Insurance Program.
Banner will acquire operations of both UA Health Network hospitals.
Officials say they've made quality improvements that aren't reflected in the data.
Some people who were without health insurance last year could qualify for an exemption to paying the federal penalty.
Northwest Urgent Care , on Tucson's west side, is offering the community free flu shots today(Tuesday, Jan. 13).
The program is part of a national health effort
The former medical director of the University of Utah Hospitals and Clinics will be the speaker.
Living Healthy with Arthritis Conference is set for Jan. 24 the UA.
Tax Form 1095-A verifies marketplace health insurance.
He says there is no such thing as attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.
A free public talk titled, "A History of Medical Education in the United States," is scheduled for 2:30 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 15 at the Tucson area Academy Village retirement community.
A "4-H Healthy Living Ambassador" training program for teens starts Saturday at the Tucson Village Farm.
Barry Siff wants more local residents to, "Try a Tri."
Program aims to help older adults and caregivers of adults
The Arizona Hospital and Healthcare Association expressed disappointment at today's Arizona Supreme Court ruling on Medicaid expansion.
Jazmyn Creason had a successful liver transplant in 2011.
Industry navigator helps find the best option to get coverage for families.
Back from Tanzania mission, she's part of a graying of the volunteer service.
Below is a full transcript of an interview with Dr. John Galgiani, director of the University of Arizona's Valley Fever Center for Excellence:
Nikkomycin Z is expected to work on people, dogs.
The child had other underlying health conditions. No other details are released.
First pediatric flu fatality in Pima County since 2009
Sequential date last one for a while.
Victoria Marie Jones was born at Tucson Medical Center earlier than her due date.
The number of transplant surgeries at the University of Arizona Medical Center is down sharply.
Monday is deadline to sign up for coverage to begin Jan. 1.
Former surgery chair Gruessner files 399-page suit against University Physicians Healthcare.
Monday is deadline to enroll for insurance to begin Jan. 1.
Arizonans for Gun Safety-Tucson is hosting the Wednesday event.
Two free public meetings will outline the changes
The changes are for Carondelet and the University of Arizona health networks.
The 20-year-old male was found unresponsive at 8:45 a.m. on April 13. He died two days later
Healthy ways to manage sadness during joyful season
More Arizona youths are reporting use of marijuana over cigarettes.
Dr. Fernando D. Martinez's one-hour lecture is called "Early Origins of Asthma and COPD."
Anticipated programming includes fitness classes and a lecture series.
Former U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords plans to ride with her husband and a friend.
Open enrollment in health insurance via the Affordable Care Act began Saturday, and local advocates are busy doing outreach efforts around town.
Tucson centenarian Mary Jo Stinnett died last week at the age of 105.
Health-care merger called a way to remain competitive.
University of Arizona president Ann Weaver Hart sent a memo to the UA campus community this afternoon that says a deal with Banner Health is set to close Jan. 31.
Ten-week program at the Tucson Jewish Community Center begins in January.
Jessica Cox, born without arms, will add El Tour rider to accomplishments.
The center made the move to maintain its financial viability.