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Medicare Performace Measures


Same as the national average


Above the national average


Above the national average

Patient Experience

Same as the national average


Same as the national average


Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Above the national average


SUN CITY, AZ 85351

Banner Boswell Medical Center in Sun City, Arizona offers a full spectrum of medical services, including cardiology, neurosciences, orthopedics, rehabilitation and ...

Banner Boswell Medical Center is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Maricopa County, AZ.

Banner Boswell Medical Center does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Banner Boswell Medical Center is a voluntary non-profit - other hospital.

Hospital Hours

Monday Open 24 hours
Tuesday Open 24 hours
Wednesday Open 24 hours
Thursday Open 24 hours
Friday Open 24 hours
Saturday Open 24 hours
Sunday Open 24 hours

Location and Directions


Thank you to all who had a hand in me getting better and released in a timely manner from Boswell. I went in with pressure in my chest and difficulty breathing. They expedited my service without me feeling rushed. Everyone appeared to really be concerned for my well being. I appreciate there sincere and compassionate care they provided. I spent the night for observation. They made many checks throughout the night and each with dignity and respect. When I was released it didn't feel like "I gotta get outta here." I didn't feel rushed either and Steve in transport got me to where I wanted in order to exit the hospital. Prior to release all the doctors and nurses checked on me with true professionalism. For a hospital stay, I enjoyed it considering it was a hospital. If and when it's time to visit the hospital again, I will undoubtedly go to Banner Boswell in Sun City. Thank you again Banner Boswell Staff. (3 weeks ago)

They completely forgot about me in the ER and I do mean completely forgot about me. My urine test was sitting in front of me for an hour and a half before a nurse came back to check on it to see if they could give me pain medication. Come to find out later, it's because no one was ever assigned to my case so I sat in the ER for 10 hours because they broke protocol. After being admitted because my neurologist advised them to do so they had me transfer rooms at 3:00am. The nurses were even confused. Apparently that is very odd and never happens. Which my experience agrees with, that has never happened at any other hospital I've been admitted at. I transferred rooms 4 times. Why? They told me by back pain was just from laying in the hospital bed. Only after my mother fought with them for hours did anyone look into it at all. Come to find out it was actually a kidney stone. I left with a giant blood clot in my hand from the IV that took two months to go away. Do you think anyone there noticed when they took out my IV, that 'hey, she has a potentially deadly clot?' Of course not. Of course, that would've been asking a lot out of nurses that didn't even always clean my IV before giving my more medication. Thanks for risking my health to save yourself a few seconds. By far, the worst hospital I've ever dealt with on all levels. (a month ago)

My spouse and I have been patients out and in at Banner Boswell and Banner Del Webb and we are so grateful for the wonderful care each of us received at both hospitals. Everyone was caring, patient and warm we tell anyone and everyone that will listen if you want quality care you can go to either of these hospitals and that is what you will receive! (4 weeks ago)

I was seen for severe vomiting and dehydration. I was in the waiting room for an hour. When I got there, I got triaged and my heart rate was so high that they had to give me an EKG because I was tachycardic. I then had to wait an hour to go back, and when I went back I felt like nurses completely forgot about me. Today, I called to get on my banner portal invite and every time that I would try talking on the phone somebody would put me on hold before I could even get anything out. The last time that I came to this hospital for severe hip pain from an auto immune disease that I have, I was put on a Bed in the middle of the hallway. I have never been treated like this at an ER ever before. I think that Arizona is way behind at times in patient care. (a week ago)

The best experience possible nurses really friendly and helpful... They alway on me asking if I need help or anything... I would recommend this place 100%... always be nice to them and they will be even nicer to you.. I want to say thanks to my nurses and my CNA that help a lot to make me feel better and at home... (2 months ago)

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