Mercy Maricopa hosts the Arizona Legislature’s Latino Caucus

From Left to Right: Ruben Alvarez, Managing Partner - MA, Eddy Broadway, CEO - Mercy Maricopa, Rep. Juan Mendez, Vice-Chair - AZ Latino Caucus, Sen. Catherine Miranda, Chair - AZ Latino Caucus, Jaime A. Molera, Partner- MA

From Left to Right: Ruben Alvarez, Managing Partner – MA, Eddy Broadway, CEO – Mercy Maricopa, Rep. Juan Mendez, Vice-Chair – AZ Latino Caucus, Sen. Catherine Miranda, Chair – AZ Latino Caucus, Jaime A. Molera, Partner- MA

On March 30th, Mercy Maricopa – a locally owned, not-for-profit organization serving nearly 800,000 children and adults in Maricopa County, including 18,000 diagnosed with a serious mental illness, and the largest public, managed-care system that integrates physical and mental health care – hosted a reception for the Arizona Legislature’s Latino Caucus. Guests also included the leadership of major business organizations from across the state. According to Eddy Broadway, CEO for Mercy Maricopa, “We were honored to host this event because these legislators understand the linkage between a strong economy and quality of life is tied inextricably with a first-rate behavioral health system. We were thrilled so many business leaders came to show the importance of this connection and express appreciation to them and particularly their Chairwoman, Sen. Catherine Miranda.”

Published On: May 1st, 2015Categories: Client News

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Mercy Maricopa hosts the Arizona Legislature’s Latino Caucus

From Left to Right: Ruben Alvarez, Managing Partner - MA, Eddy Broadway, CEO - Mercy Maricopa, Rep. Juan Mendez, Vice-Chair - AZ Latino Caucus, Sen. Catherine Miranda, Chair - AZ Latino Caucus, Jaime A. Molera, Partner- MA

From Left to Right: Ruben Alvarez, Managing Partner – MA, Eddy Broadway, CEO – Mercy Maricopa, Rep. Juan Mendez, Vice-Chair – AZ Latino Caucus, Sen. Catherine Miranda, Chair – AZ Latino Caucus, Jaime A. Molera, Partner- MA

On March 30th, Mercy Maricopa – a locally owned, not-for-profit organization serving nearly 800,000 children and adults in Maricopa County, including 18,000 diagnosed with a serious mental illness, and the largest public, managed-care system that integrates physical and mental health care – hosted a reception for the Arizona Legislature’s Latino Caucus. Guests also included the leadership of major business organizations from across the state. According to Eddy Broadway, CEO for Mercy Maricopa, “We were honored to host this event because these legislators understand the linkage between a strong economy and quality of life is tied inextricably with a first-rate behavioral health system. We were thrilled so many business leaders came to show the importance of this connection and express appreciation to them and particularly their Chairwoman, Sen. Catherine Miranda.”

Published On: May 1st, 2015Categories: Client News

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