At Banner Ironwood Medical Center, we pride ourselves on providing excellent quality care to each patient and their family members. From ensuring your private room is clean, to providing quality meals, to making you feel right at home, there is nothing we overlook when it comes to caring for our patients and the care they receive.
We love hearing about the experiences you encounter during your treatment.
Here's an example of a success story:
A San Tan Valley mother gave birth to a baby girl at Banner Ironwood Medical Center, nearly a year after the tragedy of delivering a stillborn child at almost full term.
Brandy McCullough gave birth to Aubree on Oct. 31, 2011. She was the hospital’s first baby born on Halloween. Her middle name, Avannah, is a tribute to her sister who passed away.
She’s wonderful, absolutely wonderful,” said McCullough, “Things have been good, kind of emotional.”
While the grief for the loss of Avannah was widespread, the birth of Aubree sparked a mini celebration in the hospital, with the head nurse in tears. McCullough was cared for by most of the same staff that helped her through her previous loss, including the same physician, Dr. Lino Ossanna.
While Avannah remains in her heart, McCullough says Aubree has been a joy, and the family is excited for the many great moments to come.
Read more patient success stories from:
- Gary Abe of Arizona
- Robert Moore of Arizona
- Natali Amezcua of Arizona
- Annette Brady of Arizona
- Bill and Ann Johannez of Arizona
- Jace's Story
If you or someone you know had a great experience at Ironwood, we would love to hear from you.