GREEN VALLEY, AZ - October 17th, 2018 - Santa Cruz Valley Regional Hospital, and Arizona Anesthesia Solutions (AzAS) have signed a new agreement for AzAS to provide the full scope of anesthesiology services to the Green Valley, AZ Community.
“This agreement demonstrates our ongoing commitment to increase the quality of anesthesiology services offered in Arizona, while increasing or maintaining quality and driving costs down for the community” said Randy Quinn, CRNA, Managing Partner and Director for Southern Arizona. “We believe the anesthesia services market is well-positioned for changes by consistently utilizing the full-scope of all anesthesia professionals”.
AzAS will be the exclusive provider of anesthesiology services at Santa Cruz Valley Regional Hospital.
Santa Cruz Valley Regional serves the Green Valley, AZ Community, which is located approximately 30 mins outside of Tucson, Arizona. Santa Cruz is a 49-bed inpatient hospital with 4 operating suites and offers a broad range of surgical, outpatient and inpatient services from some of the most well-recognized physicians and professionals in the region.
Incorporated in 2014, AzAS’s brand of high-quality, cost-effective anesthesiology care has expanded rapidly across the state, now covering over over 60 facilities throughout Arizona. AzAS’s team has been recognized at numerous levels and has an established record of leadership within the industry and in scope of practice reform. AzAS is spearheading the much-needed effort to maximize contributions from healthcare providers to improve outcomes and drive down costs. With 15 full-time CRNAs and a total staff of over 50 CRNAs, AzAS has exclusive relationships at hospitals, ASCs, and offices throughout Arizona.
Santa Cruz Valley Regional Hospital opened in June 2015 with 49 beds, providing full-service general acute care to the Santa Cruz Valley, including Green Valley, Sahuarita, Tubac, Nogales, Sonoita and Amado. Santa Cruz is actively recruiting new surgeons and physicians, along with other healthcare professionals, to the hospital to increase the offerings to the community.