Banner – University Medical Center Phoenix

Banner – University Medical Center Phoenix is the state’s largest hospital and is also the main hub for resident and fellow education, as well as the primary clinical education site for the University of Arizona College of Medicine – Phoenix. It houses 733 beds, has 3,814 employees and approximately 1,600 physicians on the medical staff. In 2014, there were 61,759 visits to the ER, including trauma patients, 399,803 outpatient visits, 37,012 inpatient admissions and 10,813 surgeries performed.

Banner Boswell Medical Center

Banner Boswell Medical Center houses 501 beds, has 1,840 employees and approximately 880 medical staff members, including allied health professionals. In 2014, there were 41,404 visits to the ER, 242,510 outpatient visits and 22,254 inpatient admissions.

Banner Del E. Webb Medical Center

Banner Del E. Webb Medical Center houses 404 beds, has 1,654 employees and approximately 671 physicians on the medical staff. In 2014, there were 54,236 visits to the ER, 106,102 outpatient visits and 19,553 inpatient admissions.

Banner Desert Medical Center

Banner Desert Medical Center, along with Banner – University Medical Center Phoenix, serves as a referral for more acute trauma than any other hospital in the Phoenix metropolitan area. It houses 549 beds, has 3,500 employees and approximately 1,366 physicians on the medical staff. In 2014, there were 66,686 visits to the ER, 387,047 outpatient visits and 304,961 inpatient admissions.

Banner Gateway Medical Center

Banner Gateway Medical Center is a fully electronic medical center offering the ideal environment for patient and family focused care. It is the next generation of hospital care within a healing environment designed to enhance patient outcomes, patient healing and patient safety. The hospital offers 177 private rooms, nine operating suites and an Emergency Department with 37 private treatment rooms. It has 1,216 employees and has hosted 172,526 outpatient visits, as well as 14,129 inpatient admissions. Services include obstetrics, oncology, general surgery, orthopaedics, emergency services and other services according to community need.

Dignity Health St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center

Dignity Health St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center was founded in 1895 by the Sisters of Mercy, St. Joseph’s, and was the first hospital in the Phoenix area. The hospital is part of Dignity Health, one of the largest health care systems in the West — with more than 40 hospitals in Arizona, California and Nevada. It has 595 beds, 4,673 employees and has seen 436,456 outpatient visits, as well as 33,563 inpatient visits.

Mayo Clinic – Phoenix

Mayo Clinic Hospital, located on the Phoenix campus, has 268 licensed beds with 21 operating rooms, an emergency room, a transplant center and a full-service clinical laboratory. Mayo has 3,698 employees and has seen 44,032 outpatient visits, as well as 12,351 inpatient visits.

Phoenix Children's Hospital

Phoenix Children’s Hospital (PCH) is one of the largest children’s hospitals in the country with 433 licensed beds and 4,191 staff members. PCH has seen 18,773 inpatient admissions; 80,514 visits to the Emergency Department; 237,514 outpatient visits; and 16,491 surgical cases.