Healthcare in Greater Phoenix

Biomedical innovation starts here.

Greater Phoenix is a hub of healthcare innovation and biomedical research. Home to some of the nation's leading healthcare systems and institutions, it plays a vital role in advancing the art and science of medicine.

Talent pipeline

The Greater Phoenix area is supported by a wealth of healthcare, research and academic medicine programs. The Valley boasts multiple community colleges and universities, graduate medical education training programs, nursing schools and specialty healthcare education offerings.

Phoenix Biomedical Campus is a 30-acre medical and bioscience campus in downtown Phoenix with an estimated $1.3 billion annual economic impact.

Science Foundation Arizona and other grantmaking organizations provide vital funding for Arizona-based research.

The University of Arizona College of Medicine – Phoenix, A.T. Still University and Mayo Clinic are among the Valley’s medical school offerings.

Phoenix MSA Sector Data

group of people 18%

Historical Growth (2012 - 2017)

group of people 72,000+


group of people 5 million

Population of Phoenix MSA

group of people 1,700+

Active Clinical Trials in Arizona

group of people 10%

Historical Population Growth

group of people 430+

Healthcare/Biomedical Companies


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    Top 100 Largest Public Power Utility by Generation

  • 6.06¢

    Competitive Starting Electric Rates

  • Reliability

    Among Most Reliable Electric Service in the Southwest

  • 5 million+

    MWh in Sustainable Portfolio


  • 38%

    of residents have an associate degree or higher.

  • Incentives

    from competitive tax credits, to funding, training and more.

  • 48 million

    annual air travelers use our robust transportation infrastructure.

  • Quality of life

    from a low cost of living, to a 26-minute average commute time.