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.

Banner – University Medical Center PhoenixThe Phoenix campus, long known for excellent patient care, is the new home for medical discoveries, thanks to our collaboration 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. Our Transplant Services Team saves thousands of lives each year with our advancements in caring for patients needing life-saving organ transplants and our Stroke Center makes a difference in the lives of patients with diseases, disorders and injuries of the brain, spine and nervous system.

  • Inpatient Beds – 685.
  • Annual Admissions – 34,432.
  • ED Visits – 57,835.
  • Inpatient Surgeries – 18,656.
  • Outpatient Surgeries – 9,789.

Phoenix Veteran's Administration Health Center

Phoenix VA Health Care SystemThe 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 medical, surgical and psychiatric inpatient care, as well as rehabilitation medicine and neurological care to the more than 322,002 Veterans who reside in the facility's primary service area.

  • Inpatient Beds – 129.
  • Mental Health Beds – 48.
  • Inpatient Rehab Beds – 20.
  • Nursing Home Beds – 102.

Outpatient Training

Outpatient training centerThe Internal Medicine clinic at Banner – University Medical Center Phoenix is an innovative primary care home for our patients and features a top-rated Electronic Medical Record (EMR), panel management and diverse patients. Over the course of their training, residents improve efficiency and build long-term patient relationships.

  • Office time is scheduled to avoid conflict with inpatient experiences see – “sample schedules” for more details.
  • Experience with a “real world” practice, including privately insured and Medicare/Medicaid patients.