Latest news from the Valley Health System

October 23, 2018
Latest News from the Valley Health System

Catch up on the latest news from the Valley Health System:

Sending a warm welcome

Claude Wise is the new CEO for Valley Hospital. He joins us from Summerlin Hospital, where he served as chief operating officer and in other executive positions for 11 years.

Adding new services

  • Henderson Hospital now offers an Advanced Wound Care & Hyperbaric Therapy Center and a Level II neonatal intensive care unit (NICU).
  • Services at Desert Springs Hospital now include outpatient pulmonary rehabilitation for people with severe and/or chronic lung disease.

Investing in new technology

  • Spring Valley Hospital is the first in Nevada to offer MOSES™ laser treatment technology for urinary stones and benign prostatic hyperplasia.
  • Summerlin Hospital now offers 3D mammography technology in its Breast Care Center. In June, it added new technology to improve the detection of certain bladder cancers.
  • Valley Hospital added two new cardiac catheterization labs in February and will be adding a second interventional radiology lab.
  • da Vinci Xi® surgical systems, allowing surgeons to perform highly-complex, yet minimally invasive surgeries, are available at Centennial Hills, Desert Springs, Henderson, Spring Valley, Summerlin and Valley hospitals.

Expanding to meet your needs

  • Centennial Hills Hospital has expanded its mother-baby patient care rooms to the third floor to accommodate the growing number of deliveries.
  • Henderson Hospital will add another 28 private rooms this fall.
  • Spring Valley Hospital opened the final two patient care floors of its new tower in August, adding a total of 72 private rooms for patients who are recovering from orthopedic surgery, neurological issues or other medical and surgical conditions.
  • Summerlin Hospital opened a 36-bed patient care unit for adult oncology and medical/surgical patients in May. It also expanded the Birthplace with a new maternal triage unit, another surgical suite and renovations to the NICU.
  • Valley Hospital opened an 18-bed patient care unit in May for medical/surgical and intermediate medical care (IMC) patients.

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