Established in 1984, Banner Casa Grande Medical Center is a full-service, non-profit, hospital committed to providing quality health care to the Casa Grande Valley as well as the surrounding areas in a... more caring and compassionate environment.
In addition to providing patient care within its 177 private rooms, there is an impressive lineup of additional services available at Banner Casa Grande. These services provide the community with more convenient access to the latest procedures and equipment available in interventional cardiology, medical imaging and outpatient surgery. A Wound Care Center features two hyperbaric oxygen chambers. There is also a sleep lab, outpatient physical therapy, full service laboratory and an urgent care center. We offer behavioral health for inpatients.
Banner Casa Grande is proud to serve as a base station, providing medical direction to more than 12 emergency medical service providers in Pinal County. An AirEvac helicopter is based at the Banner Casa Grande campus.
There are more than 170 physicians who are members of the medical staff. A few of the medical specialties offered include: cardiology, gastroenterology, gynecology, neurology, oncology, pediatrics, psychiatry and urology.
Banner Casa Grande is fortunate to have a comprehensive imaging center located on campus. In the imaging center, we provide the most up-to-date equipment with PET CT, breast stereotactic system, bone densitometry, high-definition MRI, multi-slice CT scans, digital radiology, digital mammography including high-definition breast MRI and ultrasound. By using their state-of-the-art voice recognition system, test results can be made available within one hour.
Banner Casa Grande operates an urgent care in an effort to better meet the demands of the community for after-hours, non-emergent medical care. The Banner Urgent Care is staffed with both a physician and nurse practitioner seven days a week from 9 a.m. to
9 p.m. It is located at 1676 W. McMurray Blvd., just northwest of Banner Casa Grande's main campus.
I am in awe at the staff members and security's demeanor. I work with people who have mental, behavioral, and physical disabilities. I took my client in via ambulance, and their attitudes are disgusting.... more How can you work in a place where your JOB is to ensure comfort and aid to people? It took every ounce of me to remain humane, because I am the bigger person.. I would much rather drive to Chandler. At the end, Dr. Garcia came in and she was so polite. I really hope she finds a hospital as wonderful as her.
Charged me 780 dollars in the emergency office for a miss diagnosis. I had metal in my eye and they sent me home with a pink eye work sheet and they did nothing to relieve my severe eye pain from the metal.... more Til this day they are still trying to collect that money even though I already mailed in a dispute with the deal medical records from a local eye doctor. They diagnosed me with minutes and took the metal out the same day. I will never return to this hospital. They don't know what they are doing. They for sure aren't getting a penny from me.
I went to the hospital a couple hours after my motorcycle accident. They did not clean out the road rash. I told them that I had a headache and they gave me pain pills. This is the second time I have... more gone to a Banner Hospital and both times I found that a trained monkey could do there jobs. I am sure that I am going to a doctor's bill even though I only was helped by a PA. Do not go!!!!!
Rate of readmission after discharge from hospital (hospital-wide)
Rate - 16.4% (0.4% above the national rate)
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