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FALL 2014

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88 | FALL 2014 "(Soccer) is huge here—in the val- ley and all over," says a spokesman, who adds, "We are booked solid for soccer practices and tourna- ments on weekends." But this thriving suburb of Phoenix is much more than a winter playground—and it too has grown exponentially in recent years. When Heisler began his prac- tice, his offce was on the northern "rim" of Scottsdale, he recalls. Ditto for the frst hospital, Scott- sdale Healthcare Shea Medical Center, which was on Shea Bou- levard, one of the northernmost roads in the town. Civilization now extends some 15 miles north of Shea to the Tonto National Forest, twice as far as the city's stretch south from Shea. Scottsdale Healthcare has blos- somed into three hospitals, and the northernmost, Thompson Peak, opened in 2007, is considerably farther north of Shea. And busy. Scottsdale Healthcare Osborn Medical Center, frst of the three, opened in 1962 near the southern area of town. Except for the Mayo Clinic, which opened in 1987, the three currently are the city's exclusive care centers. The three Scottsdale Healthcare entities encompass a few unusual endeavors. For instance, its Vir- ginia G. Piper Cancer Center, among other research, focuses on translating medical innovations into solutions and speeding break- through therapies for "treating devastating and debilitating disor- ders." Another example: Working with the Translational Genomics Research Institute, the research arm has developed personalized Scottsdale, Arizona Continued from previous page Live and Practice Soccer cities An Award-Winning Healthcare Provider ABRAZO HEALTH SYSTEMS have been honored by U.S. News & World Report, HealthGrades, Arizona Business Magazine, Press Ganey, and the nation's leading health care ratings organizations. A part of Dallas based Tenet Healthcare Corporation, Abrazo Health Systems serves the metropolitan Phoenix community as one of the largest health care organizations in Arizona. Committed to our mission of embracing health, Abrazo is a leader in the delivery of quality, personalized health care, operating six hospitals, twelve physician medical groups, two free standing EDs, two Urgent Care Centers, two health plans, and several service-specifi c institutes and centers. Abrazo Health is growing and invites you to learn more about our opportunities in Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, Endocrinology, Orthopedics and OB/Gyn. Opportunities for Nurse Practitioners, Nurse Midwives and Physician Assistants also available. Please visit our website at for more details. Please contact Jennifer McCalla Manager, Physician Recruitment at 602-674-1427 or Physician opportunities for: Family Medicine, Urgent Care, Internal Medicine, Hospitalists, and Specialists. • Would you like to work with an award-winning medical group? • Would you like a 4-day work week? • Would you like to be a partner and have ownership in your group? • Would you like leadership opportunities and room for growth? • Would you like to have your voice heard and appreciated? Please consider MemorialCare Medical Group or Greater Newport Physicians! MemorialCare Medical Group and Greater Newport Physicians serve the Orange County and Long Beach communities. They are a part of the MemorialCare Health System, a nonprof t integrated delivery system that includes six top hospitals in southern California. Contact Lori Vickers, Physician Recruitment and Integration (657) 241-3476 · LIVE & PRACTICE IN SUNNY ORANGE COUNTY, CALIFORNIA

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