Health Services

Before the advent of state-of-the-art medical facilities, the dry desert air of southern Arizona was recommended by doctors across the country for patients with respiratory problems. Today, in addition to its desirable climate, Tucson boasts some of the most sophisticated health care available in the country. The University of Arizona Health Sciences Center and the Tucson Medical Center, along with other full-service hospitals serve as testimony of the excellent variety of care in the greater Tucson area. Below you will find a helpful list of local hospitals and other health services.

Referral Services

The Pima County Medical Society –  A physician referral service for residents.
5199 E. Farness Drive

The American Board of Medical Specialties – Will verify that a physician is board certified.

The Arizona Dental Society – A dental referral service for residents.

Need a Dentist – A dental referral service for residents.


Tucson Medical Center
301 E. Grant Rd.

Southern Arizona Rehabilitation Hospital
1921 W. Hospital Dr.

Carondelet St. Mary’s
1601 W Saint Marys Rd.
(520) 872-3000

Carondelet St. Joseph’s
350 N Wilmot Rd

TMC  for Seniors at El Dorado
1400 W. Wilmot Road

Northwest Hospital
6200 N. La Cholla Boulevard

Kino Community Hospital
2800 E. Ajo Way

Banner University Medical Center
1501 N. Campbell Avenue


Arizona Health Sciences Center- Centers of Excellence:

Steele Memorial Children’s Research Center (520)626-6053.
Arizona Cancer Center (520)626-2900.
Arizona Arthritis Center (520)626-7527.
University of Arizona Sarver Heart Center (520) 626-4145.
Arizona Respiratory Center (520)626-6387.
Arizona Center on Aging (520)626-6854.
Arizona Emergency Medicine Research Center (520)626-6312.

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