Phoenix Health Insurance
As of July 2008, the population of Phoenix, Arizona was 1,567,924. And because there are so many manufacturing companies, financial services centers and Fortune 500 companies located in Phoenix, the population should continue to grow. In fact, Phoenix is now the center of Arizona’s economy as more than 1/3 of the state's labor force works in this fine city. With more people, there is more need for health care. And that's where even more good news comes in!
Health care in Phoenix
There are over 33,000 people who are employed in the medical field in Phoenix. And did you know there are 42 hospitals serving the area?
- Maricopa Integrated Health System is the largest health care facility, followed by Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center, Banner Desert Medical Center and St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center. Between the four facilities, there are almost 2,400 beds available.
- The Barrow Neurological Institute is an internationally acclaimed center known for its treatment of neurological disorders. And there are physicians who specialize in children’s bone marrow transplants.
- Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center is being honored for the 10th year in a row as one of America’s Best Hospitals by U.S. News and World Report. That is a remarkable accomplishment, especially when U.S. News reviews 4,861 hospitals and only chose 174 as the best. That is definitely something that Phoenix can be proud of!
Finding quality health insurance in Phoenix
Since Phoenix has such a great health care facilities, the residents deserve to have the best health insurance. And because there are so many different kinds of health insurance policies available, it may be hard to figure out which one is best for you. If you request a free Phoenix health insurance quote today, you'll get one-on-one advice from one of our insurance professionals who can help you find the right policy at the right cost. It's free and there is no obligation to buy, so let us help you today!