PHOENIX (December 27, 2021) — Phoenix Children’s, one of the nation’s largest pediatric health care systems and the only freestanding children’s hospital in Arizona, announced today that Carlyle “Cary” Hall and Emilia Keric have joined as legal counsel. Hall will serve as chief risk and litigation counsel and Keric will serve as associate general counsel.
Phoenix Children’s and Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona (BCBSAZ) announced the two organizations reached agreement on a new contract. Under this new contract, Phoenix Children’s will continue to be an in-network provider for BCBSAZ members and their families.Phoenix Children’s and Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona (BCBSAZ) announced the two organizations reached agreement on a new contract. Under this new contract, Phoenix Children’s will continue to be an in-network provider for BCBSAZ members and their families.
[Nov. 11, 2021] — Phoenix Children’s was named No. 71 on the 2021 Healthiest 100 Workplaces in America by Healthiest Employers® for their investment in the health and wellbeing of their employees. This award honors the organizations that are demonstrating care for their people by investing in health and well-being solutions and initiatives.Springbuk-sponsored program includes Phoenix Children’s on esteemed list of the top 100 people-centric companies taking proactive steps to support employee health and wellbeing.
(PHOENIX) - Phoenix Children’s hosted its first Heart & Hand Clinical Excellence Awards on Thursday, October 21 at the Phoenix Country Club. The Heart and Hand Clinical Excellence Awards honor Phoenix Children’s physicians and advanced practice providers who have made exceptional contributions to pediatric medicine.Event Honors Physicians and Advance Practice Providers Who Have Gone Above and Beyond
PHOENIX (Oct. 12, 2021) – Phoenix Children’s has partnered with the Phoenix Fire Department to host the fourth EMS | MVP Pediatric Symposium, a training to ensure first responders in Arizona have the up-to-date education they need to respond to pediatric emergencies, which often require a very different response than adult emergency calls.Oct. 26 event at the Suns’ Footprint Center will cover submersion injuries, trauma and seizure response, and more