Banner Del E. Webb Medical Center opened its doors in 1988 and has been growing ever since to meet the health care needs of the communities in the northwest area of metropolitan Phoenix.
The nonprofit... more acute care hospital has 375 licensed beds and offers an array of medical services, including medical imaging, critical care, emergency care, general surgery, orthopedic surgery, heart care, cancer care, obstetrics and gynecology, outpatient services, rehabilitation services, stroke care and adult behavioral services. Banner Del E. Webb is also home to the Louisa Kellam Center for Women's Health, The Nesting Place - Obstetrical Suites and Banner CORE Center for Orthopedics.
Banner Del E. Webb Medical Center realizes that many factors assist patients' healing. Before entering the hospital's glass-walled main lobby, visitors have the opportunity to enjoy our Reflection Garden, which features burbling fountains and bench seating within a lush garden filled with plants and trees native to the southwest. The walking paths provide a relaxing and contemplative space for visitors and staff.
Along with the Reflection Garden, other evidence-based design features greet visitors to Banner Del E. Webb -- natural light, interior colors and artwork chosen to enhance healing, separate transportation corridors for patients and visitors and mostly private rooms.
In the D Tower, our newest patient wing, the rooms feature large windows, comfortable seating/sleeping areas for loved ones, wheelchair-accessible bathrooms, nurse stations outside every room, and 32-inch high-definition televisions.
My wife, Judith is a patient. Her PT Anna Mosley is so kind to her and I can see great improvement in a very short time. The facility is right next door to the doctor in the Banner Del Webb center and... more it is so close.
Although I can't speak for the rest of the hospital, I will say that the ER is pathetic. First, I went to Banner Urgent Care up the street. They have nearly zero experience and resources to do anything,... more so they sent me to the ER. (Now I can pay 2 bills). They promised at Urgent Care that my information from my visit there would show up at the hospital... It didn't. One of the ER nurses even admitted that they can't see information from the Urgent Care! Really? No one at Banner knows how to network computers? The ER staff is mostly youngsters (and not a Dr. in sight - both at Urgent Care and ER - only PA's.) They ran rudimentary tests and when they couldn't find anything wrong, they threw up their hands! Maybe I should tell them I don't know how to pay my bill and throw up my hands too! This is not a staff problem, the staff was caring and friendly.... This is a management problem. Cutting costs in an ER is NEVER a good idea! Hire a few experienced doctors who can actually get to the root of the problem. I will definitely not go to this ER again until that happens.
I love this place! The PTs and techs are professional, friendly, extremely knowledgeable and treat me like a valued person. they are truly anxious to make me better! This is my second experience with them.... more I had a partial knee replacement 2 years ago and now I have a shoulder issue. I know I will be feeling better soon because of the caring of these people.
Rate of readmission after discharge from hospital (hospital-wide)
Rate - 16.0% (equal to the the national rate)
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