Maricopa Health Foundation is a nonprofit organization supporting Maricopa Integrated Health System, Arizona’s only public health care system. The Foundation raises private funds to improve accessibility, quality of health care, and in-patient comfort for all those who live in Maricopa County and beyond.
Since its founding in 1995, MHF has directly impacted thousands of MIHS patients each year. Through fundraising events and educational outreach we strengthen MIHS, a vital community resource which provides diversified medical services to all, offers excellent training for future health care providers, performs cutting-edge research, and serves as a safety net for the underserved.
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At Maricopa integrated Health System, providing compassionate care and outstanding medical services is at the core of all we do. Through a continuum of care and collaboration, MIHS is dedicated to keeping our community healthy by offering medical care in a top-notch, service-oriented setting.
MIHS includes Maricopa Medical Center, home to our highly respected Adult Level I and Pediatric Level II Trauma Centers (verified by the American College of Surgeons) and the top-ranked Arizona Burn center.
We also offer eleven family health centers located throughout the Valley, a comprehensive specialty health center, the Arizona Children’s Center, two behavioral health centers and an attendant care program, Complete Comfort Care.
Maricopa Medical Center also influences the quality of care in private doctors’ offices. In conjunction with our physician staff and partner District Medical Group, MIHS trains hundreds of medical students and residents each year, preparing them as outstanding physicians for our future. More than 60 percent of the doctors trained at Maricopa remain in Arizona.
As one of the Valley’s largest healthcare employers, our more than 4,000 dedicated employees and highly skilled medical providers are an integral part of our success in providing superior medical care. MIHS also oversees the Maricopa Health plan, with more than 60,000 members covered statewide.
Our many community outreach programs, including our Family learning centers, Domestic Violence Center, Refugee Women’s Health Clinic and Scald Burn Prevention Campaign, demonstrate our commitment to improving the entire community.
Maricopa Integrated Health System also is an intellectual driver, exploring new research and medical treatments to better address the medical needs of our patients.