Get the facts on the new Banner Scottsdale medical campus

The Banner Scottsdale medical campus, expected to open in 2026, will help meet the surging demand for additional doctors, nurses and medical facilities in one of the fastest growing areas in the Valley.

What's included?

At full build out, the medical campus will create more than 2,500 jobs with Banner making a $750 million direct investment into the Scottsdale economy. Developed in collaboration with the city, the campus will feature a timeless design and unmatched quality. Every element of the campus will deliver the quality and commitment to the community Banner Health strives to provide in all our facilities.

Phase 1 of the campus is a medical services and office facility, which will include:

  • Banner Health Center plus. This one-stop-shop for outpatient needs will offer a surgery center, a Banner Family Pharmacy, an imaging center, and primary and specialty physician services. It will ease commute times and seamlessly provide the outpatient services you need in one place.
  • Banner MD Anderson Cancer Center. Currently, many Scottsdale area Banner patients must travel across the Valley to get this highly specialized care. This new center will make life easier for those facing serious health challenges, and it will deliver new cancer treatments and research to Scottsdale. Our clinical partner, MD Anderson Cancer Center, has been named one of the top two hospitals in cancer care every year since U.S. News & World Report began its annual “America's Best Hospitals” rankings in 1990. We are proud to partner with a national leader in cancer care to deliver an unmatched level of care here in Scottsdale.
  • Banner Urgent Care. Providing a close, convenient, and affordable treatment option for patients with non-life-threatening illnesses and injuries such as cold and flu; ear, eye and throat infections; fevers; skin rashes; and sprains, strains and lacerations, Banner Urgent Care is open extended hours every day of the year and accepts most insurance plans.

Phase 2 of the campus will be construction of Banner Scottsdale Medical Center, a 350,000-square-foot, full-service, acute-care hospital capable of accommodating up to 135 patient beds at initial buildout. The hospital will serve North Scottsdale and North Phoenix residents, making care faster and more convenient for those who live in the area.