Ranking Arizona: Top 10 hospitals for 2022

Ranking Arizona | 15 Apr |

Here are the Top 10 hospitals in Arizona, based on public voting for the 2022 edition of Ranking Arizona, the state’s biggest and most comprehensive business opinion poll. Ranking Arizona is based purely on opinion and ranks companies based on how voters answer this simple question: with whom would you recommend doing business?


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Here are the Top 10 hospitals in Arizona, as featured in the 2022 edition of Ranking Arizona:

Hospitals in Arizona with 268 beds or more

1. Banner University Medical Center Phoenix

Background: Banner – University Medical Center Phoenix is a large teaching hospital that has provided medical care to Arizona and the Southwest since 1911. It is part of Banner – University Medicine, a premier academic medical network. The institution, which has trained thousands of doctors over decades as a teaching hospital, is the academic medical center for The University of Arizona College of Medicine – Phoenix. The hospital, recognized by U.S. News and World Report as one of the nation’s best hospitals, specializes in heart care, cancer care, high-risk obstetrics, neurosciences, organ transplants, medical toxicology and emergency care, including a Level I trauma center. Banner – University Medical Center Phoenix is part of Banner Health, a nonprofit health care system with 30 hospitals in six states.

Hospital’s strengths: “Banner – University Medical Center Phoenix is an Academic Medical Center offering our community access to the most advanced care and programs in the region. Our doctors and staff consistently strive to deliver the highest quality of care available with compassion.”

2. Dignity Health Saint Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center

3. Dignity Health Chandler Regional Medical Center

4. Mayo Clinic Hospital

5. Phoenix Children’s Hospital

6. Banner Baywood Medical Center

7. HonorHealth Scottsdale Osborn Medical Center

8. Banner Desert Medical Center

9. Banner Del E. Webb Medical Center

10. HonorHealth Scottsdale Shea Medical Center

Hospitals in Arizona with 267 beds or fewer

1. Dignity Health Mercy Gilbert Medical Center

Background: Dignity Health Mercy Gilbert Medical Center, which opened in 2006, is committed to delivering expert and compassionate care to families in the growing East Valley community and beyond. The not-for-profit hospital is expanding with the development of the Women’s and Children’s Pavilion to meet the health care needs of the community. Mercy Gilbert is part of Dignity Health, which is a member of CommonSpirit Health.

Hospital’s strengths: “Dignity Health Mercy Gilbert Medical Center is a High Reliability Organization and our people, process and innovation are all focused on what matters most – providing the very best care and service to our patients. As a faith-based hospital, we are focused on the mind, body and spirit of the healing process. Finally, we have a culture of humankindness, and it resonates in how we treat our patients and one another.”

2. Abrazo Scottsdale Campus

3. The CORE Institute Specialty Hospital

4. HonorHealth Deer Valley Medical Center

5. Abrazo Arrowhead Campus

6. Abrazo West Campus

7. Banner Gateway Medical Center

8. HonorHealth Scottsdale Thompson Peak Medical Center

9. Banner Heart Hospital

10. Banner Ironwood Medical Center

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Voting for the 2023 issue of Ranking Arizona ends July 31, 2022.

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