Standard Health is a non-benefit wellbeing framework in the United States, situated in Phoenix, Arizona. It works 28 emergency clinics and a few particular offices crosswise over 6 states. The wellbeing framework is the biggest business in Arizona and one of the biggest in the United States with more than 50,000 workers. 
The association gives crisis and medical clinic care, hospice, long haul/home consideration, outpatient medical procedure, labs, recovery administrations, drug stores, and essential consideration. In mid 2018, it revealed resources of $11.6 billion and incomes of $7.8 billion for the earlier year.  Banner Health Corporate Office.
Standard Health was made in 1999 through a merger between Lutheran Health Systems, situated in North Dakota, and Samaritan Health System, situated in Phoenix, Arizona. In 2001, Banner sold its activities in Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, New Mexico, North Dakota and South Dakota, and made its sole central station in Phoenix.
Standard likewise works a Medicare Advantage protection plan in the valley alluded to as University Care Advantage and an AHCCCS plan alluded to as Banner University Family Care.
Standard Health has collaborated with the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, one of the first three complete malignancy focuses in the United States set up by the National Cancer Act of 1971, and has fabricated a $90 million disease focus in Gilbert, Arizona. Banner Health Corporate Office.
- Banner - University Medical Center Phoenix
Standard - University Medical Center Phoenix (earlier Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center, or "Great Sam") is found quickly upper east of downtown Phoenix and is one of the leader offices of Banner Health. It is one of three college emergency clinics worked by Banner Health related to the University of Arizona Colleges of Medicine in Phoenix and Tucson, with Banner - University Medical Center Tucson and Banner - University Medical Center South (both in Tucson, AZ) being the other two such offices.
Lulu Clifton, a Deaconess in the Methodist Church from Nebraska, touched base in Phoenix in 1900, against her primary care physician's recommendation, to recuperate from tuberculosis. As she recuperated, Clifton saw a requirement for an emergency clinic in the developing desert town. Clifton, with the assistance of other unmistakable Methodists, established the Arizona Deaconess Hospital in 1911 out of a leased loft working in downtown Phoenix and began a medical attendant preparing program. In 1917, the gathering procured arrive on McDowell Road and tenth Street (a remote territory of country Phoenix at the time) for a changeless medical clinic structure which, after development was deferred during World War I, opened to general society in 1923. The advanced complex sits on the site right up 'til the present time. The emergency clinic's name was changed to Good Samaritan Hospital in 1928. In 1978, Good Samaritan kicked things off for a 12-story, 720 bed medical clinic tower which opened in 1982. This pinnacle, structured by noted Chicago modeler Bertrand Goldberg (best known for his notorious Marina City complex), highlighted his mark ultra-present day engineering, making the pinnacle a Phoenix design symbol. The development likewise made Good Samaritan the biggest emergency clinic in Arizona to date. Banner Health Corporate Office.