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Steward Health Care looks beyond Mesa; helps Phoenix Suns

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From left: The Gorilla, Suns President & CEO Jason Rowley, Steward Chairman & CEO Dr. Ralph de la Torre, Scorch, Steward EVP Dr. Michael Callum at the opening of the Steward Center for Sports Medicine & Community Health in downtown Phoenix. (Submitted photo)

The Phoenix Suns and Steward Health Care LLC (Steward) unveiled this week the Steward Center for Sports Medicine & Community Health in downtown Phoenix. The state-of-the-art multi specialty clinic located at the southeast corner of the Talking Stick Resort Arena lot has been rebranded following the completion of a merger in September between Steward and IASIS Healthcare, which had previously operated the facility.  Steward is the Official Healthcare Partner of the Phoenix Suns and Phoenix Mercury, and the largest private hospital operator in the U.S. with approximately 37,000 employees, 1,400 employed physicians, and 4,700 integrated network physicians.

Along with the rebranding, Steward is investing in the Center for Sports Medicine & Community Health by adding primary care physicians and enhancing the clinic’s offerings to create a world-class sports medicine center.

“We’re excited to have an innovative industry leader like Steward as our healthcare partner,” said Phoenix Suns President and CEO Jason Rowley. “The Steward Center for Sports Medicine & Community Health will help elevate the level of care we provide our athletes while also serving the needs of our downtown community.”

“The Steward Center for Sports Medicine & Community Health will deliver great quality care to patients in and around downtown Phoenix,” said Dr. Ralph de la Torre, chairman and CEO of Steward Health Care. “Our investment in this world-class sports medicine center and our partnership with the Suns demonstrates Steward’s commitment to developing innovative programs that will keep the people of Arizona healthy.”

Steward’s investment in downtown Phoenix is part of its mission to transform health care in Phoenix and across the country by focusing on innovation and high-quality care in the communities where people live. Steward is physician-led, and its new model of care incentivizes doctors to keep the quality of care high while keeping costs low, so that the patient’s well-being remains paramount.  In addition to the Steward Center for Sports Medicine & Community Health, Steward’s local hospital operations include: Mountain Vista Medical Center in Mesa, St. Luke’s Medical Center and St. Luke’s Behavioral Health Center in Phoenix, and Tempe St. Luke’s Hospital in Tempe.

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