While Business Briefcase is filled with exciting news and tidbits to keep you on the edge of your seat, this one is a real snoozer:
On. Sept. 8, one of Arizona’s leading sleep health management providers, Valley Sleep Center, will open its sixth location right here in Goodyear.
Similar to the other clinics, this one will focus on sleep studies, diagnosis and treatment of sleep disorders.
The snoozy new location will feature six overnight sleep study rooms, each one complete with a private bathroom. It will be in the Cornerstone Medical Center at 13481 W. McDowell, Suite 200.
Dr. Michael Lepire is the medical director of this new clinic. He received his undergraduate and medical degrees from the University of Nevada, Reno. He is board certified in pulmonary and sleep medicine and is also a member of the American Academy of Chest Physicians and the American Academy of Sleep Medicine.
“So many people struggle with sleep problems,” said Dr. Lepire. “But every person deserves good sleep, every night. Our main goal with all of our locations is to offer a wide range of sleep treatments, and Goodyear will be no exception to this.”
If you are having trouble sleeping, are sluggish during the day or if your partner is keeping you awake with truck-horn snores, this is the place.
Valley Sleep Center in Goodyear is taking new patients. Appointments can be made by calling 480-830-3900 or online at valleysleepcenter.com.
Indeed, all the construction noise from items normally in BB might send you to this place!
Speaking of which, we roll on to the usual news:
• HCW is unveiling the 88-room SpringHill Suites by Marriott on North Bullard Avenue just off Interstate 10.
A grand opening is scheduled for 5 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 2, at 1370 N. Bullard Avenue, Goodyear.
This is actually a double grand opening, as this new hotel shares a 3.7-acre lot with the HCW owned TRU by Hilton hotel, which opened in July.
“We are thrilled to be opening our second hotel in Goodyear. SpringHill Suites offers a wide array of amenities and larger all-suite rooms, perfect for business and leisure travelers,” said Rick Huffman, HCW president and CEO.
The pitch: “SpringHill Suites is a brand of hotels operated by Marriott International. Geared toward the upper-moderate lodging segment of the hospitality industry, the chain consists of all-suite hotels. Amenities include spacious suites, mobile check-in, free Wi-Fi, complimentary breakfast, in-suite workspaces, fitness center, 24-hour market and airy beds. You can also enjoy a night in at the Springhill Suites with a full selection of hand-picked wines, local craft beers and tasty food options.”
For more information or a room reservation, call 602-354-9540 or visit springhillsuites.marriott.com.
• Homewatch CareGivers recently launched a new office in Goodyear “to meet the increased need for home care as more locals are seeking alternative senior care options for their loved ones.”
The company has more than 200 franchised units across 34 states. Homewatch CareGivers of Goodyear will serve the entire West Valley, including Goodyear, Avondale, Litchfield Park, Peoria and Glendale.
Maia and Douglas Bachmeier are the owners of Homewatch CareGivers of Goodyear.
“Opening amidst a pandemic was a whirlwind, especially as home care services continue to increase in demand for those who are seeking out alternative care arrangements for their loved ones,” said Maia. “We’ve hired and trained caregivers who believe in our vision and provide the highest quality service with integrity and compassion to our clients.”
Homewatch CareGivers of Goodyear provides home care services for loved ones who are seniors and for those living with chronic illnesses, convalescing after illness or surgery or who prefer to age in their own homes under the supervision and care of highly trained caregivers.