Visiting Banner Estrella Medical Center
At Banner Estrella Medical Center we work together as a team – physicians, nurses, technicians and support staff each play a specific role in your plan of care. We encourage patients and families to be involved in all aspects of their care and treatment.
Created as a holistic healing environment, Banner Estrella encourages the role of family and friends in the healing process.
We are pleased to offer guest wireless services.
Our cafeteria is open every day for patients, guests and their families.
Located off the main hallway on the first floor of the Diagnostic and Treatment building.
Visitors can park on the northwest corner of the facility to access the main lobby, Emergency department and Women and Infants Services or use the parking garage along 93rd Avenue.
Escorts between visitor parking and the hospital are available. Call (602) 747-4400 or 1-4400 from inside Banner Estrella 24 hours a day.
View and print map of the Banner Estrella campus
Banner Estrella Medical Center was built in 2005 in west Phoenix to meet the health care needs of a growing West Valley community.
A full-service medical campus, the 305 all-private bed hospital offers an array of medical services, including heart care, emergency services, general surgery, weight loss surgery, medical imaging, orthopedic surgery and a comprehensive maternity services program.
We have received Magnet® recognition from the American Nurses Credentialing Center for excellence in nursing. This designation is a testament to the innovative, safe and thoughtful care our professional nurses provide patients every day.
Banner Estrella also offers and encourages the use of complementary therapies, such as pet therapy, aromatherapy, spiritual care, Reiki Therapy and classes on relaxation techniques. Our hospital is designed to provide a soothing, healing atmosphere for both patients and their family members.
Our second patient tower opened in March 2014 and, upon full built-out, adds 144 beds to the campus. It also expanding surgical, obstetrical, imaging and doubles the size of the hospital's Emergency department.