As a nonprofit, Scottsdale Healthcare not only employs 6,500 staff members, but also is comprised of 1,400 volunteers who donate more than 155,000 hours of service each year. They are the largest employer in the City of Scottsdale and is known for its innovative medical technology, research and patient care.
Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center
Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center was named to the Becker’s Hospital Review list of 100 Hospitals with Great Heart Programs. The Cavanagh Heart Center is recognized as a leading provider of cardiac services and vascular research. The Medical Center was also home to the 100th set of quadruplets born at their facilities.
Cancer Treatment Centers of America
CTCA provides whole-person care for cancer patients that includes supportive therapies, naturopathic medicine, nutritional support and mind-body, chiropractic and spiritual care. They operate under the Mother Standard and every patient receives individualized care from a team of doctors that follows them through their journey.
St. Joseph’s Medical Center
St. Joseph’s Medical Center received Chest Pain Center Accreditation, which is an international acknowledgement that the hospital has a high level of expertise in treating patients with heart attack symptoms. They have also made great strides in diagnosing and curing Hepatitis C and even did Arizona’s first breathing lung transplantation.
St. Luke’s Medical Center
Providing care for the Valley for more than a century, St. Luke’s has expanded from a 20-bed facility focused on tuberculosis to a 200-bed center that encompasses an inpatient/outpatient hospital, medical office buildings, behavioral health center and acclaimed burn center.