BULLHEAD CITY – When Exceptional Healthcare (EHC) moves into a neighborhood, they give more than just healthcare. “In addition to providing outstanding medical services, Exceptional is dedicated to being a committed community partner,” said Saeed Mahboubi, CEO of Exceptional Healthcare. They put their money where their mouths are!
In fact, with construction on its new Bullhead City facility—at 2364 Hwy. 95 —less than 10 percent complete, EHC has already become a sponsor of Winterfest, the annual event that has grown bigger through the years (this year it is on Dec 2, at the Anderson Ford Fieldhouse). EHC has also already contributed $1,000 to Mohave High School to support the band and choir groups.
Need more examples?
• In May 2022, EHC gave every Maricopa Chamber of Commerce’s nominee for Non-Profit of the Year funds—$20,000 split between them—including the Boys & Girls Clubs.
• Even animals benefit. The Humane Society of Southeast Texas’ “Pups and Snow Cones” event raised awareness and funds.
• $100,000 worth of giving just last year in Texas, said Paula Hunt, VP of Marketing.
• Supports veterans and the organizations that serve them with in-kind and financial support.
Building out at least 10 EHC facilities across Texas, EHC has fine-tuned and refined how its serves healthcare to the communities it serves. EHC Emergency Centers function like hospital Emergency Rooms (ERs), but without the wait and impersonal care. EHC’s emergency rooms boast wait times of under 10 minutes. Staff consists of local board-certified physicians, licensed and experienced nurses who deliver “state-of-the-art concierge care,” said Mahboubi.
What does that concierge care look like at EHC? Chef-prepared, individualized meal service, complimentary toiletries, and a bath robe and slippers for patients to help decrease the stress of a hospital stay.
Speaking of care, each patient room has enough space for a loved one to stay overnight, as well as an in-house laboratory, a digital imaging suite—including CT scans, mobile MRIs, ultrasounds and X-Rays—an in-house laboratory, and outpatient and inpatient hospital beds. When necessary, a flight pad is on-site to whisk patients away to more extensive care or rehabilitation.
The company is creating 100 jobs including patient-facing—at multiple levels—clerical, housekeeping and maintenance. All full-time positions offer extensive benefits, such as “60 days per year of volunteer time and appropriate tuition reimbursement,” said Hunt.
EHC also builds expansion into its plans. This first phase is budgeted at $25 million, and additional phase(s) will be tailored to the needs of the community.
Exceptional Healthcare in Bullhead City is located on the southwest corner of Hwy. 95 and Marina Boulevard.