Former state Rep. Matt Heinz is headed to Washington, D.C., to help the Obama administration roll out the Affordable Care Act.
Pioneering Tucson pediatrician and internationally recognized scientist Dr. Vincent A. Fulginiti died of cancer March 19. He was 81.
Fifteen of 17 inmates injured in a fight at a Tucson prison have been released from hospitals and returned to prison.
The Sierra Vista Regional Health Center (SVRHC) has signed a letter of intent to partner with a Tennessee-based company to build a new 100-bed hospital at its current site.
While there are still hurdles to the project, plans for a hospital in the Green Valley area moved forward today with a thumbs-up from county supervisors.
The Carondelet Health Network is planning to build a multimillion-dollar primary care clinic in Sahuarita.
PHOENIX — An 11-year-old leukemia patient whose whereabouts have been unclear since her mother unexpectedly took her from a Phoenix hospital last month appeared to be safe and cared for, according to an interview broadcast Wednesday.
A case of flu on Thanksgiving Day that involved a young patient could be Pima County's first influenza case in what looks to be a busy season.
PHOENIX — Authorities in Arizona say a young girl with leukemia and a heart catheter could die if she is not brought back to a Phoenix hospital after her parents inexplicably removed her from the facility last week.
Plans to build a first-ever hospital in the Green Valley area received the go-ahead from Pima County's Planning and Zoning Commission on Wednesday, in spite of protests from some neighbors who say the project will spoil their view and hurt property values.
Whoever abandoned a baby at Northwest Medical Center Tuesday did exactly the right thing, according to authorities.
A $52 million hospital with an emergency room will be built in Green Valley and is expected to open in 2014, officials with Tucson Medical Center say.
A Tucson man must spend the rest of his life on intensive probation for failing to seek medical attention for his infant son, who suffered broken bones and other injuries last fall.
PHOENIX — A suburban Phoenix hospital that billed a woman more than $83,000 for administering two doses of scorpion antivenom says it plans to adjust the woman’s bill and review its price for the expensive specialty medication.
The group Friends of the University of Arizona Trauma Center will host the second Annual "M*A*S*H" Bash fund-raiser in October.
A 35-year-old woman gave birth Thursday in a fire department ambulance while en route to the hospital, authorities said.
Lecture will focus on joint resurfacing
Tucson’s largest health-care organization expects to spend upward of $100 million on getting its two hospitals talking to each other.