Phoenix Childrens Hospital is the perfect place to get checked up on.
The hospital has been saving money with its health care and patient care, and now, it wants to save some money as well.
The Phoenix Children is opening up a small office and medical office on the third floor of its old building.
The new facility will be in the basement of the hospital, but will be able to accommodate patients in a similar space to where the new building will be.
The new space will be similar to the old one, with a reception area, a lounge area, and a large kitchen, which will house a new bed area.
There will be a small conference room, a dining area, an office, and an outpatient clinic that can accommodate up to 200 patients.
There will also be a gym and two rooms for the emergency department.
Phoenix Children said that they will have an on-site pharmacy.
Phoenix Childrens said that the new space was initially planned to be a “small, single-purpose facility, but it has now expanded into a larger, more modern facility.”
The hospital will be operating under a three-year lease, with an option to extend it for another three years.
The building, which was originally designed by architect Richard Rogers, was originally built in 1881 and is considered one of the oldest hospital buildings in the state.
In 2008, Phoenix Children closed the building and moved it to a larger location.
The building has a history of many health care problems, including pneumonia, which it was not equipped to handle.
In addition to the new office, the hospital will have a small clinic and an office for the staff, as well as a small lounge and meeting space.
Phoenix Child said that this space will also accommodate patients that need to stay for longer than they would in the old building, such as those with kidney and blood disorders, heart conditions, and other conditions.
The hospital is planning to start its medical school program this year, and is also looking to open a rehabilitation center in 2018.