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Select Specialty Hospital is located in downtown Phoenix. It is a 33-bed hospital located within Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center. The hospital will treat patients with serious and often complex medical conditions such as respiratory failure, neuromuscular disorders, cardiac disorders, non-healing wounds, renal disorders and cancer. Select, based in Mechnaicsburg, PA, operates 64 specialty acute care hospitals in 22 states and approximately 712 outpatient rehabilitation clinics in the U.S. and Canada.

Location: 350 West Thomas Road, Phoenix Arizona 85013 Telephone 602-256-9616

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