Banner Baywood Medical Center opened in 1984 in Mesa, Ariz. and provides complete acute care services in a 342-bed hospital. The hospital serves the growing East Valley communities of Mesa, Gilbert, Apache Junction, Queen Creek, Fountain Hills and areas of northeastern Pinal County.
Our 50,000 square-foot Emergency department treats a variety of ailments and offers advanced treatment areas, close to 58 exam rooms and medical imaging technology.
Banner Baywood Medical Center also offers state-of-the-art technology including iCare, an extra layer of monitoring in intensive-care units. The hospital has robotic surgery available, and has electronic medical records as well as a computerized system designed to reduce complications during labor and delivery.
Dedicated to joint replacement procedures, the orthopedic unit at Banner Baywood Medical Center is one of the nation’s premier orthopedic programs. The unit's commitment to excellent patient care has earned it repeated recognition as having one of the Top 100 Orthopaedic Programs in the U.S. by The Health Network and HCIA, Inc.
The John J. Rhodes Rehabilitation Center helps patients with conditions such as amputations, multiple sclerosis, stroke and other illnesses and/or injuries enhance their quality of life. Our nationally recognized Primary Stroke Center offers timely response and intervention for acute stroke patients.
Banner Baywood Medical Center currently employs more than 1,500 health care professionals and support staff, and has approximately 1,000 volunteers. The facility has a medical staff of more than 800 physicians, including primary care and specialty physicians.
Also located on the campus, Banner Heart Hospital provides specialized cardiology services to the residents of the East Valley including robotic surgery.