250 E. Dunlap Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85020
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"Patients want to know they're getting the best care. To make that happen, it's essential to have nurses who love what they are doing, and who feel respected and listened to. That's been my experience at John C. Lincoln."
— Lori Moxon, RN
John C. Lincoln North Mountain Hospital has been the first at many things. We trained the first paramedics and launched the first air ambulance in Phoenix. We also were among the first hospitals in the Valley to become a state-designated trauma center.
More recently, we became the first hospital in the Valley to become a Magnet hospital, and later re-designated a such, by the American Nurses Association.
An Accredited Chest Pain Center
In November 2008, North Mountain Hospital became an accredited Chest Pain Center with PCI (percutaneous coronary intervention, also known as angioplasty) by the international Society of Chest Pain Centers (SCPC). This is the highest national accreditation possible for emergency cardiac care.
A New, Expanded Facility
In October 2007, North Mountain Hospital opened an expanded, state-of-the-art Emergency and Level I Trauma Center — part of an ongoing investment in the hospital's campus. Designed with comfort and quality of care in mind, the expansion doubled the size of the Emergency & Level I Trauma Center, to 37 beds.
While many changes have transformed our facility, the Emergency & Level I Trauma Center remains focused on compassionate, individualized care. A new "patient liaison/interpreter" ensures patients receive the best clinical care and the highest possible level of personal attention.