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Banner Baywood Heart Hospital, which opened in November 2000, has a vision to set the standard for excellence in heart care throughout Arizona.

The 111-bed specialty hospital, located on the campus of Valley Lutheran Medical Center in east Mesa, includes: ? 16 intensive care and 44 telemetry beds ? Three operating room suites ? Three cardiac catheterization labs ? An electrophysiology lab ? A medical office building with 60,000 square feet of space ? Room to grow Lutheran Heart Hospital is owned and operated by Banner Health System.

Location: 6750 East Baywood Avenue, Mesa Arizona 85206 Telephone 480-854-5000

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