The Board of Visitors, a nonprofit organization that raises more than $750K annually to serve the health care needs of women, children and the elderly in the greater metropolitan Phoenix area, recently granted the Arizona charity, the Sun Health Foundation, $50,000 to support Sun Health Care Transitions, a nationally recognized community health program. Continue reading
Sun Health, one of the leading Arizona nonprofits, is pleased to announce its recent award from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) in support of its nonprofit Care Transitions program.
Offered at no cost to patients, the program is a partnership between Sun Health, Banner Boswell Medical Center, Banner Del E. Webb Medical Center, community physicians and other health providers. Continue reading
Here at Sun Health, a dedicated Arizona nonprofit, we believe that everyone deserves access to good health care practices and information – not only within our immediate community, but throughout the world.
That’s why we would love for you to join us in celebrating this year’s World Health Day on April 7, 2013! Continue reading
Is the Northwest Valley an ideal locale for healthy aging? Sun Health, a premier Arizona nonprofit, in cooperation with the Maricopa Association of Governments (MAG) and other local partners, want to know!
Now is the time to check your mailbox and share valuable insights through Sun Health’s Community Aging Services Survey. The survey, which will be randomly mailed to Northwest Valley residents, asks individuals to share their thoughts on a number of healthy aging topics. The responses will be used to gather data on the quality of existing senior services, as well as other resources that may be needed. Continue reading
Here at Sun Health, an Arizona nonprofit, we know that it can sometimes be difficult to figure out when it’s time to schedule that next check-up. From bone density tests to blood pressure screenings, keeping track of the vital procedures every women needs to have throughout her lifetime can be a challenging task.
But because regular doctor’s appointments are so essential when it comes to maintaining good health as you get older, it’s important to know just when exactly it’s time to see your doctor. That’s why we created the Sun Health Arizona nonprofit Community Education series which offers weekly seminars on an assortment of healthy living topics, such as the Women’s Breast Health seminar hosted by Dr. Olena Weaver and Dr. Steven Charney. Continue reading
Here at Sun Health, an Arizona nonprofit, we believe that the health and well-being of our community should always come first. That’s why from medication management to our weekly education series, we always focus on the importance of disease prevention, management, and awareness.
And this March 26th is the perfect day for you to join us in our goal of spreading disease awareness! March 26th is the American Diabetes Association Alert Day. Continue reading
If you decide to give to the Sun Health Foundation, a leading supporter of medical research and assisted living non-profit charities in Arizona, you’re doing more than just supporting a great cause. You’re helping a community to build a future. And whether you’re thinking of making a donation or giving your time, either way, you’ll find it to be an incredibly rewarding experience.
Thinking about making a donation? When you make a donation to the Sun Health Foundation, you’re helping Arizona charities provide local residents with personal and phenomenal patient care. Continue reading
Phoenix charities know that between school, sports, and social, kids these days bounce from activity to activity just as often as we are. When there are so many places to go and people to see, it’s hard to remember to just slow down sometimes, and think about the bigger picture – the important things: helping others.
And even though our kids may have everything from packed lunches to packed schedules, there’s always time to help others. Here at the Sun Health Foundation, an incredibly well-known Phoenix charity, we are proud of and so grateful to our many wonderful volunteers…but not only our adult volunteers. Continue reading
Becoming a VIP at a Phoenix nonprofit isn’t all that hard – all it takes is a little excitement, a strong devotion to community, and a love of giving. Volunteers in Philanthropy – or VIPs, as they’re called by the Sun Health Foundation, a Phoenix nonprofit organization that strives to better medical research and provide top health care to patients – are community members who dedicate themselves to volunteering in order to raise funds for hospital needs and research institutes in Arizona. And you could be one of them! Continue reading
It’s “Too Hot To Cook Tuesday!” What a great reason to head to Macayo’s Surprise or Goodyear locations to support SHINE and Make-A-Wish.
Please see details below and remember to bring the attached flyer with you to either restaurant tonight between 4 and 10 p.m. Continue reading