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Prince was born at Diamond Children’s Medical Center in November 2019 and was immediately transferred to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). He was diagnosed with a life-threating condition called Tracheoesophageal Fistula with Esophageal Atresia Type C. The condition results in the abnormal development of the esophagus, the tube that carries food from the mouth to the stomach, before birth. The condition effects breathing, as the fluid from the esophagus can get into the airway. Prince also was diagnosed with congenital heart disease.Read More
Banner Health Foundation and Banner Alzheimer's Foundation gratefully acknowledge new gifts of $10,000 or more from corporations, foundations, and local community groups that have invested in our organization in the past year through the Partners in Wellness program.Read More
Banner MD Anderson Cancer Center recently commemorated its 10th year of providing world-class cancer care in Arizona. Opened in 2011 on the campus of Banner Gateway Medical Center in Gilbert, Banner MD Anderson is the largest extension of the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center outside of Houston, offering patients the same treatment protocols, standards of care, access to clinical trials, and integrative support—all right here in the Valley.Read More
As part of its nonprofit mission, Banner Health provides uninsured children free basic health care through two Banner Children’s Community Clinics located in the East and West Valleys and on the Healthmobile, a brightly colored, 38-foot-long mobile clinic that traverses the Valley. The program is supported almost entirely by charitable gifts to the Banner Health Foundation from individual donors, companies, and foundations.Read More
Grateful beyond measure for the gift of lifesaving care he received at Banner MD Anderson Cancer Center, Scott Schreiber now uses his talent and passion for music to support others battling this disease.Read More