Inpatient Facilities

Banner University Medical Center (BUMC) – Tucson Campus

This 479-bed hospital is located at the University of Arizona Health Sciences at the University of Arizona in Tucson and is part of the University of Arizona Health Network. Banner University Medical Center - University Campus (formerly University Medical Center) opened in 1971 and is the primary teaching hospital of the University of Arizona Colleges of Medicine, Nursing and Pharmacy. BUMC recently joined the nation’s top hospitals in U.S. News & World Report’s prestigious best hospitals rankings and has 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. UAMC has the only Level 1 trauma center in Southern Arizona and is accredited by the Joint Commission as a Primary Stroke Center.

Banner University Medical Center (BUMC) – South Campus

BUMC – South Campus is a 161-bed general medical and surgical hospital located 15 minutes south of University of Arizona and is also part of the University of Arizona Health Network. Neurology provides an inpatient consultative service for the inpatient facility. This hospital serves as a primary point of healthcare for residents of the south and southwest sides of the Tucson Metropolitan Area.

Southern Arizona Veteran's Administration Health Care System (SAVAHCS)

The Southern Arizona VA Health Care System (SAVAHCS) located in Tucson AZ serves over 170,000 Veterans is a charming reminder of the old Southwest. This historic medical center is a highly affiliated tertiary care 285-bed hospital providing primary care and sub-specialty health care in numerous medical areas for eligible Veterans.

Tucson Medical Center

Tucson Medical Center is the largest tertiary care hospital in Tucson serving as a referral center for Southern Arizona and parts of northern Mexico. TMC provides a wide range of diagnostic and treatment services for patients with neuromuscular and neurologic disorders. These include treatment for Alzheimer's disease, brain tumors, epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, cancer, strokes, seizures and other brain, nerve and sleep deprivation disorders.