Banner - University Medical Center Phoenix Campus is nationally recognized academic medical center. We are known to be a world-class hospital and focused on coordinated clinical care, expanded research activities and nurturing future generations of highly trained medical professionals who serve our communities.
Facility Type: Acute Care Hospitals
Ownership: Voluntary non-profit - Other
Military Hospital: No
Awards/Certifications: Top Kidney Transplant Center in the United States out of 246 transplant centers, Get With The Guidelines - Stroke Gold-Plus Quality Achievement Award, Becker's Hospital Review 100 Hospitals with great women's health programs, 2014-2016 Stroke Care Excellence Award, 2014 Neurosciences Excellence Award
Teaching Hospital: No
Trauma Level: Adult Level I
Number of beds: 653
ICU beds: 46
Services At This Hospital
- Alzheimer's Institute
- Behavioral Health
- Cancer Care
- Concussion Care
- Emergency Care
- Heart Care
- Maternal Fetal Medic...
- Medical Imaging
- Maternity Services
- Palliative Medicine
- Plastic & Reconstruc...
- Poison & Drug Info
- Surgical Care
- Transplant Services
- Women's Health
- Wound Care
Neurology ICU (Neuro ICU)
Great facility, good team to work with, never understaffed, pay is ok, acuity is high and the challenge is great!
Intensive Care (Critical Care, CCU, ICU)
There is lots of Team work present and flexible schedule.
The current Construction and parking makes is a little difficult for staff and visitors. Need more staff for such acuity levels
Med/Surg Neurology Registered Nurse
My coworkers are amazingly supportive with a teammate mindset, supportive and encouraging nurse management, easy and convenient scheduling, sufficient benefits.
Nurses from my floor are frequently floated to other specialties, due to hiring shortages on other floors. The pay is less competitive than other nearby hospitals, but is still sufficient.
Good learning environment
Helpful managers especially on night shift. Great to start as new grad. Very good and thorough training as a new nurse.
Low pay no weekend differential. The longer you stay you get burn out high turnover rate.
New facility with eight hours shifts and lots of free parking. Easy access to interstate, and downtown Phoenix.Will eventually take trachs and vents
Census fluctuates, this can affect scheduling, sometimes processes that are in place cannot be followed, no regular staff consistency.
Pulmonary (Respiratory, Asthma)
The patients were the best part of the job.. a few nice co workers, a few who weren't so nice, pay was good
Patient ratio, some co workers were not willing to teach and were not very supportive. It made for a tough working environment at times
Emergency Room (ER)
Charge Nurse in Trauma Center
Pay, scheduling, they are a teaching hospital with a level 1 trauma/Burn Center, wide range of education, going for magnet status
Medical-Surgical (MS, Med-Surg)
RN pulmonary med/surg
the teamwork on the 8th floor is amazing, the managers are very helpful, they really work with your schedule well.
They have been short staffed lately with it being winter season, making for some busy days
This is a Magnet Hospital, the staff is amazing. We take very good care of each other here.