What is the Scottsdale Healthcare system?


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The Scottsdale Healthcare system, now called HonorHealth, is a nonprofit, locally owned comprehensive health system in Scottsdale, Arizona. Scottsdale Healthcare merged with John C. Lincoln Health Network in 2014 and changed its name in March 2015, according to HonorHealth. Its medical centers include Scottsdale Osborn, with about 337 beds and a Level I trauma center; Scottsdale Shea, with about 433 beds and the Virginia G. Piper Cancer Center; and Scottsdale Thompson Peak, serving northern Scottsdale since 2007.

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The HonorHealth merger brought together the Scottsdale Healthcare facilities and the John C. Lincoln Medical Center, a 266-bed facility with a Level I trauma center, chest pain center and primary stroke center, notes HonorHealth. Located in Phoenix, Arizona, the medical center offers a wide range of inpatient and outpatient medical, surgical and rehabilitation services, including robotic and scarless surgery, 3D, radiation-free heart mapping, and cancer care.

The Deer Valley Medical Center in Phoenix, with about 224 beds, and the Sonoran Health and Emergency Center, which began serving the community in 2013, are part of the HonorHealth health care system, explains HonorHealth. Desert Mission, which opened in 1927 to help people who had migrated to Phoenix from other parts of the country, continues to serve residents in need within HonorHealth's communities.

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