Banner Health announced the opening of Banner Health Center plus in the Arcadia community. The center is an “all-in-one” health care facility at The Grove, located at Camelback and 44th Street in Phoenix.
“Banner Health Center plus is a destination health care setting,’’ said James Cote, vice president of the non-profit organization’s ambulatory services. “We’re bringing world-class academic medical center expertise from Banner – University Medical Center Phoenix to the Arcadia community. As health care leaders focused on clinical excellence, research and teaching, the goal of our entire team is to ensure patients receive the very best care from top-notch medical experts right in their own community.”
This is the second location of Banner’s newest clinic type, which combines urgent care and family medicine with a full array of specialists, along with advanced imaging, laboratory services, physical therapy, executive health care and sports medicine all in one location. Banner Health Center plus in Glendale opened in 2021.
Cote said a major focus of Banner Health Center plus is the consumer experience. “Our goal is that the health center team will work together as one and create a seamless experience at each patient touchpoint,” he said. “We know consumers are busy and we want to make health care easier, so life can be better.”
Specialty care at the Arcadia location includes orthopedics, general surgery, vascular surgery, endocrinology, gastroenterology, obstetrics/GYN and bariatrics. The 70,000-square-foot, two-story building has 60 exam rooms, six infusion bays and a separate entrance for urgent care.
Banner Health Center plus combines multiple aspects of the health care experience. The convenient location features spacious design, accessibility, advanced technology, and a wide range of exceptional providers.
The Grove, a $400 million mixed-use destination on the northwest corner of 44th Street and Camelback Road, is located at one of the most high-profile intersections in the Valley. Banner Health joins the elite group of revered companies located at The Grove. These include a state-of-the-art Phoenix Suns and Phoenix Mercury private training facility that opened in late 2020, and The Global Ambassador, a hotel by restaurant innovator Sam Fox that will merge hospitality, culinary and wellness experiences. The Grove is slated to open in fall 2023. Additionally, a Class AA office building by RED Development welcomed its first tenant in October 2022 and is fully leased.
“It’s a tremendous honor to welcome Banner Health Center plus to The Grove,” said Mike Ebert, managing partner at RED Development. “The opening of this state-of-the-art campus, coupled with Banner’s innovative approach, marks a new era for health care options in Arcadia.”
In addition to RED Development, project partners include Okland Construction, architecture by Nelsen Partners and interior design by Devenney Group. The center is designed with a patient-centric strategy to transform health care options in the area.
Banner Health is one of the largest, secular nonprofit health care systems in the country. In addition to 30 acute-care hospitals, Banner also operates an academic medicine division, Banner – University Medicine, and Banner MD Anderson Cancer Center, a partnership with one of the world’s leading cancer programs, MD Anderson Cancer Center. Banner’s array of services includes a health-insurance division, employed physician groups, outpatient surgery centers, urgent care locations, home care and hospice services, retail pharmacies, stand-alone imaging centers, physical therapy and rehabilitation, behavioral health services, a research division and a nursing registry. To make health care easier, 100% of Banner-employed doctors are available for virtual visits, and Banner operates a free 24/7 nurse line for health questions or concerns. Patients may also reserve spots at Banner Urgent Care locations and can book appointments online with many Banner-employed doctors. Headquartered in Arizona, Banner Health also has locations in California, Colorado, Nebraska, Nevada and Wyoming.
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