Banner Health Center to open May 1 in Queen Creek, Arizona

Artist rendering small of QC health center 2QUEEN CREEK, Ariz.– Banner Health will open its first medical facility in the Town of Queen Creek on May 1, with the Banner Health Center offering primary care, basic imaging and lab services for adults and children. Staff physicians will include a family practitioner and pediatrician, with more physicians already planned as the center grows with community needs. The center includes 18 exam rooms, and its electronic medical records are accessible from all Banner hospitals and facilities.

“Banner Health already enjoys a great relationship with the Southeast Valley community through Banner Ironwood Medical Center,” said Jim Brannon, chief executive officer for Banner Medical Group. “We are so pleased to bring additional Banner caregivers close to home for these valued neighbors.”

The Banner Health Center in Queen Creek is the first of four in the East Valley to open after a shared groundbreaking on Oct. 25, 2012. Banner Health Center in Gilbert is scheduled to open on May 22, followed by a center in Chandler in early August and one in East Mesa in early September. An additional Banner Health Center will open in Goodyear.

Queen Creek, San Tan Valley and East Valley residents are invited to attend the Banner Health Center community preview event scheduled on Sat., April 27 from 9 a.m. to noon at the center. Participants can hear the opening remarks and join in the dedication at 9:30 a.m., followed by a celebration including food, giveaways, children’s activities and information about Banner Health facilities and services. Community members are invited to meet physicians and staff, tour the new center and even make an appointment to see a physician.

About the project
Project started: Oct. 25, 2012
Project budget: $10.7 million
General Contractor: Kitchell Contractors
Architect:  HMC Architects
Total Acreage: 11.7 acres
Phase I: 21,052 sq. ft., 32 exam rooms (16 will open with the center; 16 additional rooms are being built but not yet equipped or staffed)
Phase II: 63,980 sq. ft., 64 exam rooms


Posted April 16, 2013

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