Arizona Health System Acquires Land for New Campus

Plans include medical office building, ambulatory services, and acute care hospital

By HFT Editorial Staff
January 7, 2022

Abrazo Health recently acquired 27 acres to develop a medical campus in Buckeye, Arizona. The initial phase of the development is expected to break ground in 2022. Plans for the campus include a medical office building, ambulatory services, and an acute care hospital.

“As one of the valley’s largest health care systems, Abrazo continues to invest in facilities, talent, and technology to grow with the communities it serves,” said Hans Driessnack, CEO of Abrazo West Campus in Goodyear.“We are proud to partner with local civic leaders, our physicians, and employees to offer needed services for those who entrust us with their care,” said Driessnack.

Abrazo already serves West Valley residents through its freestanding emergency center and Abrazo West Campus, a 216-bed Level 1 trauma and stroke center. Rapid growth and development in the area provide the opportunity to complement those existing services with the new campus.

Several major residential and commercial projects have been announced in the area which will add thousands of new residents. Planning for services provided at the new medical campus will include input from local health care providers and the community.

Abrazo West Campus, 10 miles from the new campus site, has made major investments in high-acuity services and technology, including trauma, stroke, cardiology and advanced spine care, and recently completed a 16-bed expansion. In addition to capital investments in its five acute care hospitals across the Valley, over the last three years Abrazo has opened microhospitals in Surprise, Cave Creek, and Mesa.

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