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Banner Community Benefits in Arizona

 

In Arizona, Banner Health, the state's largest health care provider, offers several programs to improve our communities' health; many are supported by Arizona foundations.

Arizona Hospitals

kids on field tripHealth education:
Banner Health offers health education for all levels of students.

Every year, Page Hospital invites hundreds of kindergartners to learn about hospitals and hand washing.  Banner Estrella Medical Center works closely with nearby Sheeley Farms Elementary School.

At Banner Gateway Medical Center, almost 100 kids come to the hospital every month to learn about different health careers as part of the Highland High School's Career Club.

At Banner Sun Health Research Institute, 18 high school seniors and college undergraduates participate in a paid internship to work with nationally renowned physicians and researchers.

Banner Baywood, Banner Desert, Banner Gateway and  
Banner Heart Hospital

health screeningsCommunity Health Nurse:
Banner Health brings health care services to those who can't easily access them.

Every month, a community health nurse visits 25 communities in the east Phoenix metro area. She has seen as many as 1,600 patients in one month.

She checks blood pressure and blood glucose and provides education and counseling to patients who don't have a physician or may have trouble getting to their doctor's offices.

 Banner Del E. Webb Medical Center

man on phoneTelephone Reassurance: Our volunteers help keep hundreds of people safe at home.

Participants call in to the hospital every morning between 7:30 a.m. and 9:30 a.m..

If they don't call, a volunteer will try to contact them. If there is still no answer, other attempts will be made to make sure the person is safe. Once, our volunteers were able to help a person who was having a stroke.

Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center

Sonja SmithTrauma prevention:
Sonja Smith, injury prevention coordinator at Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center, spends half of her time trying to prevent trauma.

As part of the hospital's trauma prevention program, Smith works to keep the community accident-free by participating in health fairs, seat belt education programs and health education for high school and elementary-school kids. She also presents information at other safety workshops.

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