One of the most common questions we get asked from clients thinking about relocating to the Scottsdale area is about our health care system. Scottsdale has a fantastic health care system. Scottsdale Healthcare offers world class patient care, the newest technology and exceptional customer service.
Scottsdale Healthcare is a not-for-profit organization led by a volunteer board of directors comprised of leading local citizens. Scottsdale Healthcare was founded in 1962 and is known as one of the leaders in medical innovation, talent and technology. Scottsdale Healthcare features 3 campuses to serve all residents of Scottsdale.
Scottsdale Healthcare also offers outpatient surgery centers, home health services, and a wide range of community health education and outreach services. Not to mention clinical and research services not typically found in community healthcare systems.
Osborn Medical Center- Scottsdale Healthcare Osborn is a 337-bed, full-service hospital, a leader in the fields of trauma, orthopedics, neurosurgery, cardiovascular and critical care. It is home to a certified Chest Pain Center, American College of Surgeons-verified Level I Trauma Center and DNV Healthcare certified Primary Stroke Center.
Shea Medical Center-Scottsdale Healthcare Shea is a 433-bed full-service hospital providing emergency,medical/surgical, critical care, obstetric, pediatric, cardiovascular, orthopedic and oncology services. All patient rooms are private.
Thompson Peak Hospital– Thompson Peak is a 64-bed community medical-surgical hospital. The Valley’s first hospital north of the Loop 101 freeway, it is located near the northeast corner of Scottsdale Road and Thompson Peak Parkway.