For more than a decade, the University of Arizona Medical Center has been ranked among the nation’s best hospitals by U.S. News & World Report.
The University of Arizona Health Network is Arizona’s... more first academic medical network. It includes the University of Arizona Medical Center - University Campus, the University of Arizona Medical Center - Diamond Children's, the University of Arizona Medical Center - South Campus, some 40 clinics, a health plan division and the practice plan for physicians from the University of Arizona College of Medicine. It’s been nationally recognized for providing exceptional patient care, teaching new health-care professionals and conducting groundbreaking research through the physician-scientists of the University of Arizona College of Medicine.
The University of Arizona Health Network was formed in 2010 as a result of an integration of University Medical Center and University Physicians Healthcare. The University of Arizona Health Network, which works in partnership with the University of Arizona College of Medicine, was created to facilitate better coordination, integration and promotion of clinical activities to support the College of Medicine’s education, research and patient-care goals. To learn more, check out our At-A-Glance Fact Sheet, read our Health Network Fact Sheet or our Diamond Children's Fact Sheet.
Husband had surgery yesterday. The cardiac staff, surgeons etc were wonderful. He was in ICU yesterday and in a regular room today. I have never seen such dingy and run down rooms, and especially the bathrooms.... more His room has no windows and is like a dungeon. Good thing they are building new buildings!
The Pediatric Clinic is the worst Clinic ever called to make my daughter an appointment due to her coughing and I could not make it the same day due to the fact that I was at work and didn't have anybody... more else to take her. I asked the lady if I could schedule for the next day simply because my son had a morning appointment the next day. and she said she could not schedule me for the next day because they don't schedule emergency appointment ahead of time only same day so she told me to call back the next day to see if they had anything.
The one star is for the opthamologist Dr Leen, who is phenomenal. Everyone else was just terrible, almost inhuman in feel. Disgust, bitterness, sassiness, spite, what is going on here? Correct me if... more I'm wrong, but the whole staff is paid to be here right? And this is their chosen profession right?? A bunch of complete morons who don't communicate with each other or the patient and either ignore you or give attitude when anything is requested. Was in the ER for almost 12 hours and eventually had to walk out because the ER doctor refused to come see after i made requests to talk to her for more than 5 hours. NEGLIGENT DISRESPECTFUL ASSHOLES. Better to go ANYWHERE ELSE.
Rate of readmission after discharge from hospital (hospital-wide)
Rate - 17.3% (1.3% above the national rate)
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