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Banner Children's at Desert (Formerly Cardon Children's Medical Center)

1400 S Dobson Rd
Mesa, AZ 85202

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Welcome

Welcome to Banner Children’s at Desert, formerly known as Cardon Children’s Medical Center. From the moment you enter our facility, you will notice that we are a little different. Our front entrance is marked by a soothing water wall, lifelike trees, park benches and street lamps. Everything we do here is to welcome your family and make you feel comfortable. We provide a family-centered, comprehensive pediatric care for children. We work together as a team – with our physicians, nurses, technicians and support staff each playing a specific role in your care plan. Learn more about how to navigate our campus.

Getting Here

Patients and Visitors

Dining

All visitors and guests are welcome to dine in our Banner Bistro.

ATM

The hospital houses two automatic teller machines located near the cashier’s office and the cafeteria.

Laundry

Laundry machines are available on patient floors.

Hospital School

Hospital School at Banner Children's at Desert brings the classroom to the hospital. 

Gift Shop

Our gift shops have just what you need, learn more.

Campus Map

View and print map of the Banner Children's at Desert campus.

Visitor Restrictions

In an effort to keep you healthy and safe during the COVID-19 outbreak, our visitor restrictions have changed. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and appreciate your understanding. Learn about the restrictions currently in place

About Us

From the moment you enter our facility, you will notice that we are a little different. Our front entrance is marked by a soothing water wall, lifelike trees, park benches and street lamps. Everything we do here is to welcome your family and make you feel comfortable.

Our state-of-the-art facility features 206 beds, specially trained nurses and doctors and family-centered care. Banner Children's at Desert was designed “Through the Eyes of a Child,” meaning it has all the comforts of home and does not feel institutional. The hospital is meant to inspire healing, learning and imagination. Animal shapes placed in the floor provide a way-finding system to get around the hospital while play areas replace waiting areas.