Banner – University Medical Center Phoenix
Banner – University Medical Center Phoenix, formerly Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center, is a nationally recognized academic medical center. The world-class hospital is focused on coordinated clinical care, expanded research activities and nurturing future generations of highly trained medical professionals who serve the community.
The Phoenix campus, long known for excellent patient care, is the new home for medical discoveries, thanks to our collaboration and primary teaching affiliation with the University of Arizona College of Medicine – Phoenix.
Patients with the most complex to the most common medical conditions seek us out for care. We are an ACS-verified level one trauma center providing local and regional trauma care. Our Transplant Surgery Team performs liver, kidney and pancreas transplants. It is one of the busiest transplant programs in the Southwest, saving thousands of lives each year with our advancements in caring for patients needing life-saving organ transplants. There is a robust, multi-specialty robotic surgery program that performs more than 300 robotic surgery cases per year. An active foregut and hepato-pancreatico-biliary surgery program provides a large number of complex cases, including minimally invasive hiatal hernia repair, anti-reflux procedures and the largest volume of pancreatic resections in the Southwest.
Banner – University Medical Center Phoenix is the largest acute care hospital in Arizona. A new 17-story hospital is currently under construction.
Phoenix Veteran's Administration Health Care Center
The Phoenix VA Health Care System (PVAHCS) — comprised of the Carl T. Hayden Veterans Affairs Medical Center and seven clinics — is categorized as a Clinical Referral Level 1 facility. The VA Medical Center provides acute and chronic surgical care to the more than 322,002 veterans who reside in the facility's primary service area. The program is the only surgical residency involved in the Phoenix VA.
Banner Desert Medical Center
Banner Desert Medical Center is a state-of-the-art facility that features 595 beds, specially trained nurses and doctors and family centered care. Located in the East Valley, it is the busiest emergency department in Arizona and has one of the busiest inpatient and outpatient surgery volumes in the state. The excellent general surgery part-time faculty provide a wide and abundant volume of surgical cases in a community setting. When it comes to caring for children, Banner Cardon Children's Medical Center offers specialized surgical care for children with a wide variety of conditions.
Banner Estrella Medical Center
Banner Estrella Medical Center is a state-of-the-art community facility located in the West Valley of Phoenix. It houses 317 beds and provides a high volume community general surgical experience.
Phoenix Children's Hospital
Phoenix Children’s Hospital is a state-of-the-art tertiary care, standalone children’s hospital. As Arizona’s first standalone children’s hospital, it has long been a leader in providing quality care to both primary care patients and children with significant medical needs. Staff and faculty from all major pediatric surgical and medical subspecialties work at the hospital, and the hospital is a tertiary care center for the rest of Arizona. During residency, significant exposure to sub-specialty pediatrics will occur while at Phoenix Children's.
Alaska Native Medical Center
The Alaska Native Medical Center is the primary referral center for surgical care of the Alaskan Native population. It provides a unique experience in caring for this population, who often travel long distances to receive their care. Travel and housing expenses are supported for each house officer to work with a dedicated group of volunteer faculty surgeons, who provide inpatient and outpatient services at a modern facility located in Anchorage.