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Tempe St. Luke's Hospital, located at 1500 S. Mill Ave. Tempe, is a community hospital with 109 licensed beds, featuring primarily private patient rooms. The hospital is located on Mill Ave. and 13th Street, just west of Arizona State University and north of Broadway Road.

Situated in the heart of Tempe, Tempe St. Luke's Hospital has been a vital part of the East Valley community since 1946. Our personal approach to health care provides a broad spectrum of medical services in a friendly community hospital environment.

Location: 1500 South Mill Avenue, Tempe Arizona 85281 Telephone 602-968-9411

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