Abrazo Health Continues Development Planning for New Buckeye Campus

The new campus will feature a 65,000 square foot medical office building on a 27-acre lot.

By HFT Staff
February 14, 2023

Abrazo Health continues development planning for its new Buckeye campus, releasing a conceptual rendering of a 65,000 square foot medical office building. Construction on the site is expected to begin in the coming months. 

Abrazo Health acquired 27 acres for its Buckeye medical campus. Plans for the campus include a medical office building, ambulatory services and an acute care hospital.  

Abrazo officials anticipate that the Buckeye medical campus will be a health care anchor for the area and a driver of economic activity. Construction, staffing and support services for the future medical facilities are projected to add numerous jobs in the West Valley. 

Planning for services provided at the new medical campus will include input from local health care providers and the community. 

Abrazo West Campus is approximately 10 miles east the new campus site, providing high acuity services including Trauma, Stroke, Cardiology and Advanced Spine Care, and the hospital is currently upgrading is cardiovascular and spine surgical capabilities. 

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