St Luke's Medical Center
St. Luke's Medical Center, founded in 1907, is one of the oldest Arizona hospitals. Conveniently located in downtown [phoenix], the 280-bed tertiary care facility proudly serves the people of greater [phoenix] as well as patients from throughout the United States. St. Luke's Medical Center stands at the forefront of medical technology. From the first open heart surgery performed in Phoenix in 1960 to the development of artificial joints from space-age materials, innovation and commitment to the advancement of patient care continues to be the driving force at St. Luke's Medical Center.
The hospital offers a full range of services and programs in medicine/surgery, neurology/neurosurgery, emergency medicine, gastroenterology, oncology, otolaryngology, pediatric psychiatry, behavioral health, acute rehabilitation, podiatry, and urology.
St. Luke's Medical Center was awarded accreditation in 2000 from the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO).