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Banner Health Foundation gratefully acknowledges State Farm for their support of Banner Health’s Safety Town program, a free mobile educational tool that teaches practical safety and injury prevention to both adult and child audiences. Safety Town is delivered through hands-on experiences with the goal of decreasing severe injuries and injury-related deaths to promote healthy lives.Read More
Proving that Alzheimer’s is a disease that concerns and affects many, nearly 2,000 individuals registered for the Banner Health Foundation’s most recent At Home Together virtual presentation, Advances in Alzheimer’s Treatments: Updates from the International Stage – while hundreds more will continue to view it online afterward.Read More
More than 170 women spent a recent Sunday nurturing themselves—body, mind and spirit—at the second annual “Breathe, Balance, Brunch: Women’s Wellness Retreat” presented by WISH (Women Investing in Science & Health). Held at the new Banner Sports Medicine Scottsdale, the half-day event featured a variety of health and wellness activities and presentations on a range of women’s health topics and concerns.Read More
Banner MD Anderson Cancer Center, Banner Health Foundation and Taylor Morrison broke ground on eight homes in Gilbert as part of Banner MD Anderson’s Home Away from Home program. The cost of a place to stay can be a central concern for patients and their families who travel to Banner MD Anderson for their care, and these homes provide both housing and financial assistance to those patients who might need multiple days or weeks of daily treatment or extended hospitalization.Read More
Just in time for Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October, the Board of Visitors 2023 Care Card is now available for purchase online, with 100% of proceeds benefitting The Big Pink Bus, Banner MD Anderson’s new mobile 3D mammography unit. With plans to get rolling in January 2024, The Big Pink Bus will bring life-saving breast cancer screenings to women across the Valley, especially those in underserved and outlying communities.Read More