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“Our hospital serves a growing and diverse area, and we are grateful for community and medical staff leaders who offer their time and guidance to help us ensure we are meeting our residents’ medical needs with a focus on quality care and patient satisfaction,”

Abrazo West Campus added Jack Cadogan and Dr. Judy Wu to the hospital’s governing board.

Cadogan is senior vice president of site operations, for Arizona Public Service Company, where he is responsible for overseeing the day-to-day nuclear operations at Palo Verde Generating Station. Prior to joining APS in 2009, he spent 30 years in the energy industry. He is a resident of Litchfield Park.

Wu is board-certified in family medicine and has been a member of the medical staff at Abrazo West since 2013. She serves as associate chief hospitalist for Sound Physicians and is begining a two-year term as vice chief of the Abrazo West medical staff this month. She served on the hospital’s patient family advisory council and volunteered with the National Kidney Foundation of Arizona.

“It will be an honor to serve with individuals who bring high quality and safety standards into a board that is quality and safety driven,” said Abrazo West Governing Board Chairman Sean Thompson.

Abrazo West Chief Executive Officer Christina Oh noted the importance of community members serving on the hospital’s 11-member governing board.

“Our hospital serves a growing and diverse area, and we are grateful for community and medical staff leaders who offer their time and guidance to help us ensure we are meeting our residents’ medical needs with a focus on quality care and patient satisfaction,” said Oh.

Abrazo West Campus is a 188-bed acute care hospital and Level I Trauma Center serving West Valley communities and beyond.