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Valley hospital immerses teens in medicine with unique summer program

--> Sorry, we're having issues playing this video.In the meantime, try watching one of the videos below.PHOENIX — Over the past eight weeks, high school students from across the valley immersed themselves in healthcare.It’s all part of the summer volunteer program at Abrazo’s West Campus in Goodyear.“I thought it was just the coolest thing ever,” said 15-year-old Cameron Peters.“It’s been great so far,” said 17-year-old Purvaj Vanga.Cameron and Purv...

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PHOENIX — Over the past eight weeks, high school students from across the valley immersed themselves in healthcare.

It’s all part of the summer volunteer program at Abrazo’s West Campus in Goodyear.

“I thought it was just the coolest thing ever,” said 15-year-old Cameron Peters.

“It’s been great so far,” said 17-year-old Purvaj Vanga.

Cameron and Purvaj hope to one day become doctors and have pictured it since they were children.

“I dressed up as a doctor for Halloween when I was like ten,” said Purvaj with a smile.

The program enrolled about 42 students this year giving them a chance to see the job in action while meeting the men and women behind the magic of modern medicine.

“We’ve already gotten to see a lot of stuff that people our age don’t usually get to,” said Cameron.

“For the reward of volunteer service, you get to meet our professionals, hands-on, see the equipment, touch the equipment,” said Barry Worman, Director of Volunteer Services.

He says the program requires students to volunteer at the hospital four hours a week, earning them what they call lunch and learns as well as interactive workshops.

“In those workshops, they have someone’s undivided attention, so they have a surgeon, a specialist, a radiologist that’s up there, and they tell them everything from A to Z, salary, challenges, rewards, education, the best career paths to take,” said Worman.

“We always have doctors coming in from different departments and teaching us how their day-to-day life is, and how they got there,” said Purvaj.

The eye-opening education doesn’t stop there. The students get hands-on experience in different fields from emergency medicine to radiology to nursing and pharmacy. They even get to check out the latest in robot-assisted surgery.

“Barry also had one of his friends who is an inflight nurse speak to us,” said Cameron. “They landed the emergency helicopter and told us all about their job. It was really cool and interesting.”

“A lot of them want to be doctors and then by the time the summer is over they go you know what actually, being a pharmacy director seems more interesting, or radiologist, or ER nurse, or flight crew for a trauma helicopter,” added Worman.

The hope is to hook them while they're young.

As the medical industry is expected to face a major shortage of workers in the coming years, it’s opportunities like this that could be the key to filling the gap.

“The medical field is so broad, you can find so many opportunities all it is about is finding what is for you,” said 16-year-old Adelle Nkeze.

If you would like to learn more about the program, click here. Officials say applications for next summer's volunteer program will open in December.

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Ironwood Cancer & Research Centers will break ground in Goodyear

Ironwood Cancer & Research Centers announced the groundbreaking of its newest healthcare facility in Goodyear, Arizona. To mark the occasion, the company will celebrate with a groundbreaking ceremony to take place on September 20, 2022, at 9 a.m.The new 28,634 -square-foot facility is specially designed on 6 acres, located at NWC of 159th Ave & McDowell. This project will employ approximately 52 full-time positions.READ ALSO: ...

Ironwood Cancer & Research Centers announced the groundbreaking of its newest healthcare facility in Goodyear, Arizona. To mark the occasion, the company will celebrate with a groundbreaking ceremony to take place on September 20, 2022, at 9 a.m.

The new 28,634 -square-foot facility is specially designed on 6 acres, located at NWC of 159th Ave & McDowell. This project will employ approximately 52 full-time positions.

READ ALSO: Ranking Arizona: Top 10 cancer treatment centers for 2022

“Ironwood Cancer & Research Centers will be a fantastic addition to Goodyear’s Medical Innovation Corridor adding to the growing ecosystem of exceptional cancer care in the city of Goodyear,” said Mayor Joe Pizzillo. “In addition to Ironwood’s integrative approach to oncology care and treatment, they are bringing a research program devoted to assisting patients with obtaining greater access to groundbreaking technologies and medications to the community of Goodyear.”

Ironwood Cancer & Research Centers was founded in 1993 by Dr. Parvinderjit Khanuja. Over time Ironwood has grown throughout metro Phoenix by merging with other patient-centered, high-quality cancer care providers and oncology practices. Notable mergers included Desert Oncology the practice of Dr. Jon Paul Rubach, and Dr. Marvin Chassin, and Southwest Oncology founded by Dr. Jeffrey Issacs. These strategic mergers have allowed Ironwood to offer Academic Cancer Care in a Community Setting®.

Today Ironwood has grown to 15 locations including 5 comprehensive cancer centers, a multi-specialty oncology network of over 100 providers, a robust Integrative Services program, a dedicated research department, and a growing Women’s oncology program. With over 700 employees, their mission is Compassion through Kindness.

Services in Goodyear will include Radiation & Medical Oncology, CT & PET diagnostic imaging, state of the art radiation and the latest chemo & immunotherapy treatments, as well as Women’s oncology services. Having all these services under one roof allows for daily collaboration among the different specialties and expedited personalized care.

“We chose to open in Goodyear because it is one of the fastest growing cities in the nation and was awarded the best place for a business in 2020; and the strong commitment the city of Goodyear has made to create a healthy community for their residents with access to quality healthcare and oncology services, as well as cultivating a robust environment for business,” said Brian Washburn, Executive Director for Ironwood Cancer & Research Centers. “In addition, the leadership at Ironwood Cancer & Research Centers is delighted to be breaking ground in Goodyear and looks forward to offering comprehensive and supportive care services in the West Valley.”

The addition of Ironwood Cancer & Research Center further enhances Goodyear’s rapidly expanding Medical Innovation Corridor, making it one of the largest medical and healthcare districts in the West Valley. The city is also home to other major medical facilities including Abrazo West Campus, the only fully designated Level 1 Trauma Center in the West Valley.

Try ribeye tacos, Nutella waffles and 'crazy awesome' wings at new restaurants in Goodyear

Goodyear has experienced a lot of recent growth — and alongside that comes new restaurants to feed and fuel residents, workers and visitors. The Phoenix suburb grew by 46% to a population of 95,000, making it the biggest city in the southwest Valley, according to the 2020 U.S. Census....

Goodyear has experienced a lot of recent growth — and alongside that comes new restaurants to feed and fuel residents, workers and visitors. The Phoenix suburb grew by 46% to a population of 95,000, making it the biggest city in the southwest Valley, according to the 2020 U.S. Census.

State 48 Road House is planning to expand into Goodyear with what will become the brewery's largest Valley location, spanning four acres, The Arizona Republic reported. While that opening is still a ways away, there are several new restaurants open now.

Here are some exciting new restaurants to try now in Goodyear, plus a few that are opening soon.

Crazy Mike's

"It's hard to find a crazy awesome wing, but I think I've struck gold out in Goodyear," wrote Arizona Republic dining critic Andi Berlin. Owner Mike Choi has achieved the perfect texture for his wings with a combination of crunch and just enough juicy meat, she described.

Crazy Mike's, which has outposts in Glendale and Goodyear, offers a variety of sauces and dry rubs, from Thai sweet chile to spicy curry. Along with wings, the menu features fried shumai, waffle fries and beignets.

Details: 14175 W. Indian School Road, #B-10, Goodyear. 623-440-4277, crazymikeswings.com.

Waffletto

You can get both sweet and savory Belgian waffles at this new coffee shop. On the sweet side, there's the classic Nutella waffle with strawberry and banana and a piña colada waffle topped with pineapple, coconut, granola and condensed milk. On the savory side, the shop offers waffle sandwiches like the chorizo waffle with eggs, spring salad mix, cottage cheese and Monterrey Jack. The menu also features salads, coffee beverages, smoothies and iced teas.

Details: 406 N. Litchfield Road, #208, Goodyear. 623-230-3732, waffletto.com.

Tacos Barbon

This Mexican restaurant got its start as a popular food truck in Buckeye run by Isaí and Karina Martínez. Tacos Barbon has since opened a restaurant inside the Holiday Inn near the southwest corner of Dysart Road and I-10.

The taquería specializes in a ribeye steak taco topped with chimichurri. The restaurant also serves quesabirria with consomé and colorful aguas frescas.

Details: Holiday Inn, 1188 N. Dysart Road, Goodyear. 602-228-8070, instagram.com/tacosbarbon.

Goodcents

This Midwestern deli chain serves submarine sandwiches on bread that's baked fresh in the restaurants, as well as pre-packaged dinner entrées to-go, including hearty pastas, pot roast, salmon and chicken.

Details: 420 N. Litchfield Road, Goodyear. 623-248-4899, facebook.com/goodcentsgoodyear.

Old Chicago Pizza

This Denver-based pizza chain offers classic Italian sausage pizza and other pies, such as the Tuscan chicken with spinach featuring a lemon garlic sauce. Wings, calzones, burgers and pasta are also on the menu.

Details: 1828 N. Litchfield Road, Goodyear. 623-213-8106, oldchicago.com.

Babbo Italian Eatery

This locally-owned Italian American restaurant serves salads, pasta, pizza and sandwiches. If you're in the mood for noodles, the extensive menu includes a zoodles arrabbiata, lemon garlic spaghetti and a Cajun jambalaya fettuccine.

Details: 15705 W. McDowell Road, Goodyear. 623-440-2117, babboitalian.com.

Coming soon

El Tataki Sushi Fusion Express

El Tataki Sushi Fusion offers both Japanese sushi and Mexican sushi, popularized in Sinaloa and Sonora. Mexican sushi offerings include the carne asada roll and various deep-fried seafood rolls with cream cheese. You'll find a mix of Mexican and Asian plates, from mariscos to fried rice, stuffed gueritos to shrimp tempura. The restaurant, which has a location in Avondale, will open a takeout-only shop in Goodyear.

Details: 790 N. Estrella Parkway, Goodyear. eltatakisushi.com.

Someburros

Since 1986, this casual, family-owned Mexican restaurant chain has served Sonoran-style burros. Diners have the option of ordering their burros enchilada, chimichanga or fundido style. Specials include the crudo burro, which features machaca and a spicy tomatillo sauce.

Someburros is scheduled to open its first West Valley location in spring 2022 on the southwest corner of Van Buren Street and Estrella Parkway.

Details: 50 N. Estrella Parkway, Goodyear. someburros.com.

COVID-19 note:Health experts strongly recommend booster shots to protect against severe illness from COVID-19. If you test positive or feel symptoms of COVID-19, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends you stay home and isolate for at least five days, and then if symptoms improve, wear a well-fitted mask around others for another five days.

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New Businesses Open in Goodyear

By City of GoodyearNew businesses are open and thriving in Goodyear, Arizona!March 2022 brings another “Good” and busy month to the 9th fastest growing city in the nation! Although the last two years has seen many difficulties in our nation and the world, Goodyear’s growth is still alive and booming! Many diverse businesses have chosen Goodyear and we are excited to share some of those with you&...

By City of Goodyear

New businesses are open and thriving in Goodyear, Arizona!

March 2022 brings another “Good” and busy month to the 9th fastest growing city in the nation! Although the last two years has seen many difficulties in our nation and the world, Goodyear’s growth is still alive and booming! Many diverse businesses have chosen Goodyear and we are excited to share some of those with you… and remember You’re In GOOD Company when you choose Goodyear!

Arie Layne Boutiqueat the Market at Estrella Falls1981 N. Pebble Creek Pkwy., Suite #2(North of NEC Pebble Creek Parkway & McDowell Road)1,363 square feet

Upscale women’s retail boutique

Photo courtesy City of Goodyear

Clean Your Dirty Faceat Canyon Trails Towne Center831 S. Cotton Ln., Suite F5(N of the NEC at Cotton Lane and Yuma Road)1,268 square feet

Facial Bar with three customer chairs and utilizing state of the art deep clean technology.

Photo courtesy City of Goodyear

Golflandish426 N. Dysart Rd., Suite 109(NWC of Dysart Road & Van Buren Street)1,012 square feet

Golflandish welcomes golfers of all skill levels. They have created an indoor, comfortable, and stress-free environment for golf lessons.

Photo courtesy City of Goodyear

Zoyo Neighborhood Yogurtat Parkway Village1555 W. Roosevelt St., Suite 102(SWC of Roosevelt Street & Estrella Parkway)1,318 square feet

At Zoyo, you’re the master of your own creation. Zoyo strives to have an option for most dietary preferences and always have at least one sugar-free flavor in rotation. Choose your favorite flavor(s), fill your cup, and cap it off with your choice of toppings.

Photo courtesy City of Goodyear

Best Buy – Delivery Distribution CenterPV|303 Industrial Park East C-19 Building4580 N. Pebble Creek Pkwy.(between Camelback and Indian School roads just east of Loop 303)802,439 square feet

Anticipated Opening: May 2022 – Now Hiring!

Photo courtesy City of Goodyear

Cantina Gueros15375 W. McDowell Rd.(East of the SEC of Pebble Creek Parkway and McDowell Road)5,000+ square feetAnticipated Opening: Spring 2022

The visionary restaurateur, Joey Lucidi, will bring the innovative and creative flavors of Cantina Gueros to Goodyear this spring! The authentically modern Mexican restaurant has become a quick hit with locals and visitors alike since its recent opening in Peoria in Fall of 2020.

Photo courtesy City of Goodyear

Civic Square at GSQThe new Goodyear City Hall and Library1900 N. Civic Square(North of the NWC at 150th Drive & McDowell Road)125,000 square feetAnticipated Opening: July 2022

Goodyear Civic Square is a 47 acre mixed use development in Goodyear, Arizona. Phase 1 will consist of a 125,000 square foot class “A” Goodyear Civic Hall, a 2 acre fully improved Civic Park, 100,000 square foot class “A” office development and a 908 stall, four floor parking garage.

Photo courtesy City of Goodyear

Federico’s Mexican Food2455 N. Pebble Creek Pkwy., Shops B(South of the SEC of Virginia Avenue & Pebble Creek Parkway)2,014 square feet

For over two decades Federico’s has been bringing the bold flavors of Mexico to Arizona and New Mexico. The family-owned restaurant currently has 30 locations and counting, serving authentic Mexican food 24/7 for every appetite and budget.

Photo courtesy City of Goodyear

Gen 1 at GSQClass A Office Space Available15150 W. Park Place(North of the NWC at 150th Drive & McDowell Road)103,000 square feet, divisible

GEN 1, a part of the GSQ project in Goodyear. The first stage expected to be finished in June, will include the 125,000-square-foot Goodyear City Hall building, library, three-story Class A office building, with a two-acre park in the center. The development is also making history, bringing the first-ever parking garage to Goodyear.

Photo courtesy City of Goodyear

Goodyear Professional PlazaClass A Office Space Available1360 N. Bullard Ave.(NWC of I-10 and Bullard Avenue)

2 acres – 25,773 square feetIt will be a 2-story professional class A office building. Approximately 7,000 square feet will be used for legal offices and the remaining square footage will be tenant space.

Photo courtesy City of Goodyear

Noodles & CompanyComing to the Market at Estrella Falls15290 W. McDowell Rd.(East of the NEC at Pebble Creek Parkway and McDowell Road)1,979 square feetAnticipated Opening: Late 2022

The name pretty much says it all. Noodles & Company has all your cravings covered, from Penne Rosa to Japanese Pan Noodles, Salads, Desserts, and their famous Wisconsin Mac & Cheese.

Photo courtesy City of Goodyear

My Doctor NowCanyon Trails Towne Center831 S. Cotton Lane, Suite F8(Cotton Lane & Yuma Road)2,030 square feet

My Doctor Now offers quality healthcare through a variety of services including urgent care, primary care, and house calls. Their network of highly-trained medical professionals are available to treat patients of all ages, from newborns to seniors, and is open late every day, including weekends and holidays.

Photo courtesy City of Goodyear

Omnia Women’s Health Center1170 N. Estrella Pkwy., Suite A107(SWC of I-10 and Estrella Parkway)3,571 square feetAnticipated Opening: March 2022

Omnia’s mission is to deliver holistic, patient-centered care in an effort to make a real positive difference in the lives of women in the Goodyear area.

Photo courtesy City of Goodyear

Tropical Smoothie Cafe831 S. Cotton Ln., Suite F6(Cotton Lane & Yuma Road)1,348 square feet

Tropical Smoothie Cafe’s menu includes smoothies, sandwiches, flat-breads, wraps, bowls, and breakfast items. They offer superfood, classic, indulgent, and supercharged smoothies along with supplements that may be added to each smoothie.

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Franklin Pierce will debut hybrid Master of Physician Assistant Studies at Arizona location

In November, after a required two-year planning and development process, Franklin Pierce University will officially launch its hybrid Master of Physician Assistant Studies (MPAS) program at the school’s academic center in Goodyear, Ariz., with 48 students. Provisional accreditation from the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant, Inc. (ARC-PA) was granted on July 15.According to an announcement from the school, plans to expand Franklin Pierce University’s footprint in Arizona have been at ...

In November, after a required two-year planning and development process, Franklin Pierce University will officially launch its hybrid Master of Physician Assistant Studies (MPAS) program at the school’s academic center in Goodyear, Ariz., with 48 students. Provisional accreditation from the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant, Inc. (ARC-PA) was granted on July 15.

According to an announcement from the school, plans to expand Franklin Pierce University’s footprint in Arizona have been at the forefront of the university’s strategic planning.

“The launch of the hybrid MPAS program represents a critical component of our strategic plan, Pierce@60, as we continue to focus on innovation in teaching and learning,” stated Catherine M. Paden, provost and vice president for academic affairs. “The programs we offer resonate with the demands of the broader marketplace, including the evolving landscape of health care. Our MPAS hybrid program is one of the first online/hybrid PA programs in the country, helping to ensure Franklin Pierce is an institution that meets the needs of those who choose to enroll, no matter where they may live.”

Since April 2018, university administration and allied health sciences faculty have been exploring strategies to enhance enrollment and meet the needs of the population growth anticipated in Phoenix’s West Valley, New England, and beyond. The university currently operates a Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) program in Goodyear and DPT and nursing programs in Manchester.

Its Lebanon academic center is home to an MPAS program ranked No. 2 in the nation by the Rural Health Research Center. The addition of the hybrid MPAS program in Arizona responds to the increased demand for highly skilled health professional graduates.

“Today’s students want flexibility,” stated Marci Contreras, physician assistant studies hybrid program director and associate professor. “And in accommodating that kind of flexibility, we can reach students we normally wouldn’t be able to. They don’t have to move or put their life on pause to complete our MPAS program. They can remain in their community and, when they finish, hopefully they are able to serve their community.”

Priscilla Marsicovetere, dean of the College of Health and Natural Sciences, believes that Franklin Pierce’s hybrid delivery models allow the university to be on the cutting edge of higher education’s trajectory, especially in the health professions.

“This paves the way for more innovation in the way we teach and train the next generation of health care workers,” stated Marsicovetere. “It broadens the university’s reach as we extend access to an increasingly instrumental cog in the American health care system’s wheel.”

The program’s accreditation history can be viewed on the ARC-PA website at arc-pa.org.

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