Banner – University Medical Center To Build New ED

The $160 million project is scheduled to open in July 2017 with the new operating and observation rooms opening in March 2018.

Banner – University Medical Center Phoenix, a Level 1 Trauma Center, is building a new emergency department in Phoenix. Ground has been broken on the project to create a 106,400-square-foot ED located on the south side of the campus. The new ED will include 60 private exam rooms, a new trauma unit, MedLink, and 40 observation beds.read more

The $160 million project is scheduled to open in July 2017 with the new operating and observation rooms opening in March 2018.

Banner – University Medical Center Phoenix, a Level 1 Trauma Center, is building a new emergency department in Phoenix. Ground has been broken on the project to create a 106,400-square-foot ED located on the south side of the campus. The new ED will include 60 private exam rooms, a new trauma unit, MedLink, and 40 observation beds.

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