Abrazo Health to begin first phase of Buckeye medical building

Sep 28, 2022, 4:25 AM

Abrazo Health released a rendering of its first phase of development set to begin in the coming mon...

Abrazo Health released a rendering of its first phase of development set to begin in the coming months. (Abrazo Health Photo)

(Abrazo Health Photo)

PHOENIX — Abrazo Health released a rendering of its first phase of development that’ll bring its sixth major medical campus to the Valley.

The first phase of the development sitting on the 27-acre site is set to include medical offices, ambulatory services and an acute care hospital.

Construction for the campus located on Interstate 10 and Verrado Way is set to begin in the coming months.

While Abrazo officials anticipate its latest medical campus to be a health care anchor for the city, numerous jobs will be added in the West Valley for construction, staffing and support services, according to a press release.

“Their new location at Verrado Way and I-10 is booming with new employment, retail and other services, and Abrazo’s presence will help us continue meeting the needs of our community as we continue to grow together,” Mayor Eric Orsborn said in the release.

The new location is approximately 10 miles west of the Abrazo West Campus, a 216 bed Level 1 trauma and stroke center in Goodyear.

“Abrazo is proud to take this step forward in delivering the right care, at the right place, at the right time. We are excited to continue to work with physicians and our community partners to develop and advance this new medical campus in Buckeye,” Hans Driessnack, CEO of Abrazo West Campus, said in the release.

For more information on services available at Abrazo Health hospitals, visit online.

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Abrazo Health to begin first phase of Buckeye medical building