Chad Johnson, senior vice president and executive director of Phoenix Children's Care Network, was the luncheon speaker at recent Rotary Club of Scottsdale meeting held at Scottsdale's McCormick Ranch Golf Club's Pavilion. When introducing Johnson, Rotarian John Abbs said that Johnson joined Phoenix Children's in January 2015. Since 1983, Phoenix Children's Hospital provides hope, healing and the best healthcare for children and their families. 
Phoenix Children’s Hospital has become one of the largest integrated delivery system children's hospitals in the country with a medical staff of nearly 1,200 pediatric specialists. Phoenix Children's provides inpatient, outpatient, trauma, primary care, urgent care and emergency care across more than 70 pediatric subspecialties. During Johnson's talk he shared statistics about the hospital's bed availability, operating rooms, discharge counts, patient days, surgical cases and more.
The Hospital's Centers of Care are: Barrow Neurological Institute, Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders, Heart Center, Orthopedics Center, Trauma Center and Newborn Intensive Care Unit.   
The Hospital was named to U.S. News and World Report's Best Children’s Hospital list for the eighth year in row and this year, in all 10 categories. Johnson shared ways in which one can help the hospital through donations, volunteering and support of its many events. 
For more information about the Rotary Club of Scottsdale, visit  Visitors to Club meetings are always welcome. Call 480-945-6158.
Dr. Honora A. Norton