Maricopa Medical Center

Maricopa Medical Center is a full-service, 449-bed hospital that sees nearly 20,000 inpatient admissions every year. The hospital features advanced medical services including burn care, pediatric and adult emergency care, and has been recognized by U.S. News and World Report in its report on “America’s Best Hospitals” for excellence in respiratory disorders, urology, medical care, education and research.

Maricopa Health Foundation provides financial support to patients, their families, and employees of Maricopa Medical Center. This hospital isn’t just a safety net for those with nowhere else to turn, it’s also a renowned center of excellence in medical treatment and research. The Foundation seeks to ensure that the care provided by Maricopa Medical Center is available to all, regardless of income or circumstance.

At the Maricopa Medical Center, we are proud of our areas of special care, including:

Level I Trauma Center and Emergency Center

One of five in Maricopa County, the Trauma Center cares for a wide range of critical injuries. About 50,000 patients receive urgent and emergency care in the center each year.

Labor & Delivery

A modern 20-room labor and delivery suite awaits prospective parents with all the comforts of home in state-of-the-art surroundings. Approximately 5,000 babies are born at Maricopa Medical Center each year.

Newborn Intensive Care Unit (NICU)

Maricopa Medical Center has one of only three NICU’s in the Valley. The NICU provides highly specialized care for up to 40 critically ill and premature newborns.

Pediatric Emergency Department

Specializing in the emergency care of children, the pediatric emergency department at Maricopa Medical Center is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week with pediatric emergency physicians and pediatric emergency nurses dedicated to kids. The pediatric emergency department at MMC cares for more than 20,000 children annually.

Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU)

Renovated and expanded in 1997, this state-of-the-art unit provides critical care for children up to age 18.