List of hospitals in Arizona

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This is a list of hospitals in Arizona (U.S. state). There are hospitals in all but one county of Arizona. The largest number of hospitals are in the Phoenix metropolitan area.[1]


The American Hospital Directory lists 124 hospitals in Arizona, which had a population of 7,278,717 in 2019. In 2020, these hospitals had 13,296 staffed beds. The largest hospitals, based on beds, is the Banner University Medical Center in Phoenix with 712 beds. There is a hospital run by the Mayo Clinic in Phoenix.[1][2]

Phoenix metropolitan area[edit]

There are 52 hospitals in the Phoenix metropolitan area.[1]

Hospitals in the Phoenix metropolitan area
Name City County Beds Opened–Closed References
Abrazo Arizona Heart Hospital Phoenix Maricopa 1981 [3][4]
Abrazo Central Campus (formerly Phoenix Baptist Hospital) Phoenix Maricopa 160 1963 [1][5]
Abrazo West Campus (formerly West Valley Hospital) Goodyear Maricopa 179 2003 [6]
Abrazo Arrowhead Campus Glendale Maricopa 262 1988 [1]
Abrazo Scottsdale Campus (Formerly Paradise Valley Hospital) Phoenix Maricopa 179 1983 [7][1][8]
Arizona State Hospital Phoenix Maricopa 159 1887 [9][1]
Banner Baywood Medical Center Mesa Maricopa 340 [1][10]
Banner Behavioral Health Hospital Scottsdale Maricopa 124 [1][11]
Banner Boswell Medical Center (former Boswell Memorial Hospital) Sun City Maricopa 525 [1][12]
Banner Health Cardon Children's Medical Center Mesa Maricopa [13]
Banner Casa Grande Medical Center (formerly Casa Grande Regional Medical Center) Casa Grande Pinal 141 [1]
Banner Del E Webb Medical Center Sun City West Maricopa 394 [1][14]
Banner Desert Medical Center (originally Desert Samaritan, aka "Desert Sam") Mesa Maricopa 615 [1][15]
Banner Estrella Medical Center Phoenix Maricopa 317 [1][16]
Banner Gateway Medical Center Gilbert Maricopa 165 [1][17]
Banner Goldfield Medical Center Apache Junction Maricopa 20 [1]
Banner Heart Hospital Mesa Maricopa 111 [1][18]
Banner Ironwood Medical Center Queen Creek Maricopa 53 [1]
Banner MD Anderson Cancer Center Gilbert Maricopa 2011 [19]
Banner Thunderbird Medical Center (originally Thunderbird Samaritan Medical Center) Glendale Maricopa 555 1983 [1][20]
Banner – University Medical Center Phoenix Phoenix Maricopa 720 1911 [21][1][22]
Barrow Neurological Institute Phoenix Maricopa 144 1961 [23]
Cancer Treatment Centers of America, Phoenix Goodyear Maricopa 23 [1]
Cancer Treatment Centers of America, Gilbert Gilbert Maricopa
Cancer Treatment Centers of America, North Phoenix Phoenix Maricopa
Cancer Treatment Centers of America, Scottsdale Scottsdale Maricopa
Carondelet St. Joseph's Hospital Tucson Pima 60 [1][24]
Cobalt Rehabilitation (TBI) Hospital Surprise Maricopa 40 [1]
Chandler Regional Medical Center Chandler Maricopa 338 1961 [25][1][26]
Dignity Health Arizona General Hospital Phoenix (Laveen) Maricopa 16 [1]
Dignity Health St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center Phoenix Maricopa 607 1895 [27]
Dignity Health St. Joseph's Westgate Medical Center Glendale Maricopa 0 [1]
Gilbert Hospital Gilbert Maricopa
HonorHealth Deer Valley Medical Center (John C Lincoln Deer Valley Hospital) Phoenix Maricopa 204 [1][28]
HonorHealth John C. Lincoln Medical Center Phoenix Maricopa 262 1965 [1][29]
HonorHealth Scottsdale Osborn Medical Center (formerly Scottsdale Healthcare Osborn) Scottsdale Maricopa 341 [1]
HonorHealth Scottsdale Shea Medical Center (formerly Scottsdale Healthcare Shea) Scottsdale Maricopa 427 [1][30]
HonorHealth Scottsdale Thompson Peak Medical Center (formerly Scottsdale Healthcare Thompson Peak) Scottsdale Maricopa 120 [1]
HonorHealth Sonoran Health and Emergency Center (formerly John C. Lincoln Sonoran Health) Phoenix Maricopa 262 [1]
Mayo Clinic Arizona (Phoenix) Phoenix Maricopa 268 1987 [31][32]
Mercy Gilbert Medical Center Gilbert Maricopa 212 2006 [33][34]
Oasis Behavioral Health Hospital Chandler Maricopa 146 [1]
Phoenix Children's Hospital Phoenix Maricopa 433 [1][35]
Phoenix Indian Medical Center Phoenix Maricopa 133 [1][36]
Phoenix Memorial Hospital Phoenix Maricopa [37]
St. Luke's Medical Center (closed Nov. 2019, except Behavioral Health) Phoenix Maricopa 1907–2019


Tempe St. Luke's Hospital Tempe Maricopa 65 [1]
United States Air Force Luke Air Force Base 56th Medical Group Clinic Luke Air Force Base Maricopa 0 [41]
Valley Hospital Phoenix Maricopa 122 [1][42]
Valleywise Health Medical Center Phoenix Maricopa 612 [1]
Valleywise Behavioral Health Center Maryvale (formerly Abrazo Maryvale Campus, Maryvale Hospital Medical Center, closed on Dec 18 2017) Phoenix Maricopa 192 1961–2017 [43]
Veterans Health Administration Carl T. Hayden Medical Center Phoenix Phoenix Maricopa [44]

Hospitals outside of Phoenix[edit]

There are 44 other hospitals outside of the Phoenix metropolitan region. Greenlee county does not have a hospital.[1]

Hospitals outside of Phoenix
Name City County
Banner Payson Medical Center Payson Gila
Banner – University Medical Center Tucson Tucson Pima
Banner – University Medical Center South Tucson Pima
Benson Hospital Benson Cochise
Bullhead Community Hospital Bullhead City Mohave
Cobre Valley Regional Medical Center Globe Gila
Copper Queen Community Hospital Bisbee Cochise
Diamond Children's Medical Center Tucson Pima
Flagstaff Medical Center Flagstaff Coconino
Florence Community Healthcare Florence Pinal
Havasu Regional Medical Center Lake Havasu City Mohave
HealthSouth Rehabilitation Hospital of Southern Arizona Tucson Pima
Holy Cross Hospital Nogales Santa Cruz
Hopi Health Care Center Polacca Navajo
Hu Hu Kam Memorial Hospital[45] Sacaton Pinal
Kingman Regional Medical Center Kingman Mohave
La Paz Regional Hospital Parker La Paz
Mount Graham Regional Medical Center (MGRMC) Safford Graham
Mountain Vista Medical Center Mesa Maricope
Northern Cochise Community Hospital Willcox Cochise
Northwest Medical Center Tucson Pima
Oro Valley Hospital Tucson Pima
Page Hospital Page Coconino
Prescott VA Medical Center Prescott Yavapai
Sage Memorial Hospital[45] Gando Apache
San Carlos Apache Tribe Healthcare Corporation[45] Peridot Gila, Graham
Sierra Tucson Tucson Pima
Sierra Vista Regional Health Center Sierra Vista Cochise
Southeast Arizona Medical Center Douglas Cochise
Southeastern Arizona Behavioral Health Services Nogales Santa Cruz
Saint Mary's Hospital Tucson Pima
Summit Healthcare Regional Medical Center Show Low Navajo
Tsehootsooi Medical Center (formerly Fort Defiance Indian Hospital)[45][46] Fort Defiance Apache
Tuba City Regional Health Care Corporation[45] Tuba City Coconino
Tucson Heart Hospital Tucson Pima
Tucson Medical Center Tucson Pima
Tucson VA Medical Center Tucson Pima
Verde Valley Medical Center Cottonwood Yavapai
Western Arizona Regional Medical Center Bullhead City Mohave
White Mountain Regional Medical Center Springville Apache
Wickenburg Regional Hospital Wickenburg Maricopa
Winslow Indian Healthcare Center[45] Winslow Navajo
Yavapai Regional Medical Center[45] Prescott Yavapai
Yuma Regional Medical Center Yuma Yuma

Tribally operated 638 health clinics[edit]

Tribally operated 638 health clinics include the following:[45]

638 designated health clinics in Arizona
Name City
Ak-Chin Health Clinic Maricopa
Clarence Wesley Health Center Peridot
Fort Mojave Indian Health Center Mohave Valley
LeChee Health Center Page
Sacred Peaks Health Center Flagstaff
Dilkon Health Clinic Dilkon
Gila Crossing Health Clinic Laveen
Leupp Health Clinic Leupp
Nahata Dziil Health Center Sanders
Wassaja Memorial Health Center Fountain Hills


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