• Emergency Care


    Rest easy. Expert emergency care is close by. Select your arrival time and wait from the comfort of your home.


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  • Responsive, Quality Emergency Care


    Dignity Health Arizona General ERs are a fully-equipped, 24-hour emergency rooms located just minutes from your home.


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  • Temporary Visitor Restrictions


    In keeping with our commitment to the safety of our community, we have temporarily introduced several visitation restrictions.


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  • Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update


    We are closely monitoring all developments with Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), and are in constant contact with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and local health departments. As such, we are continually adjusting our practices as we learn more about this disease.

    View updated visitor restrictions, changes to entrances and exits, schedule procedures and diagnostics, and event cancellations.


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  • Emergency medicine is what they do.


    Arizona General hospitals and free-standing emergency rooms have three new medical directors: Dr. Joel Betz, Dr. Jason Linder, and Dr. Paul McHale.


    Meet the Medical Directors

  • Emergency Room

  • Imaging

  • Inpatient

  • Surgical Services

  • ER vs. Urgent Care

  • We are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Our ER team will provide treatment to patients with a broad spectrum of illnesses and injuries that require immediate medical attention.

    Emergency Room

  • We are proud to provide some of the most technologically advanced radiology services in the area.

    Imaging Services & Radiology

  • Equipped with state-of-the-art, proven medical technology, our hospital offers a truly unique health care experience.

    Inpatient Services

  • Dignity Health's surgical specialists provide complete evaluation, diagnosis and surgical treatment for a wide variety of diseases.

    Surgical Services

  • Know when to seek out an emergency room and when it's probably OK to go to an urgent care.

    ER vs Urgent Care