Vascular Surgery Clinical Sites

Banner — University Medical Center Tucson

BUMC-T Hospital

Banner — University Medical Center Tucson is nationally recognized for providing exceptional patient care, teaching future health care professionals and conducting groundbreaking research. Also located on the campus is Diamond Children’s – recognized for its specialized pediatric services including neonatal and intensive care, emergency medicine and cancer therapies. Banner University Medical Center Tucson is Southern Arizona's only Level I Trauma Center, meaning we care for the most critically injured patients. The hospital is consistently listed among the nation's top hospitals in the prestigious Best Hospitals ranking by U.S. News & World Report.

Tucson Medical Center


Tucson Medical Center (aka TMC) has been Tucson’s locally governed nonprofit regional hospital since it admitted its first patient on November 9, 1944.  Its roots extend back to the 1920’s when the internationally known Desert Sanatorium began operating as a tuberculosis treatment center and health retreat.  This community hospital, licensed for 650 beds, is located approximately five miles from The University of Arizona. 



South Arizona VA Health Care System


The Southern Arizona VA Health Care System (SAVAHCS) which serves over 150,000 veterans located in eight counties in southern Arizona and one county in western New Mexico, is a 283-bed hospital which  provides training, primary care and sub-specialty health care in numerous medical areas for eligible veterans. SAVAHCS plays a vital role in Arizona health care education as the principal affiliate with the University of Arizona's College of Medicine, Nursing and Pharmacy. Each year over 700 physicians, nurses and other health care professionals from educational institutions across the country receive training at SAVAHCS. Virtually all SAVAHCS staff physicians hold faculty appointments at The University of Arizona College of Medicine.