From its pioneering attitude and welcoming spirit, Greater Phoenix is the place to live and play - regardless of your lifestyle or interests.

Phoenix named 2nd best place to live for best big city bargains, 2014

Average Commute Time is 25.8 Minutes

Effective Property Tax Rate of 1.24%

325+ Golf Courses

300+ Days of Sunshine Each Year

Average Drive Time To Nearby Tourist Locations

Greater Phoenix is the top place for healthcare professionals to live and work.


Quality jobs: Top talent works in greater phoenix

Projected employment growth for Greater Phoenix over the next two decades is 23%, compared to the national average of 14%. And, in the past decade, healthcare and bioscience jobs have grown more than 50% in Greater Phoenix, compared to 20% nationally.

Of the top ten occupations that require more than a high school degree expected to see the most growth in Greater Phoenix by 2024, three were healthcare related - registered nurses, nursing assistants, and medical assistants. (EMSI, 2015)

In 2014 there were more than 150,000 people in healthcare and healthcare support occupations in Greater Phoenix. (EMSI, 2015)

Phoenix is expected to grow nearly 44,000 healthcare jobs in the next decade - more than healthcare and biomedicine hubs Philadelphia, Minneapolis, San Francisco, and Seattle. (EMSI, 2015)


From robust research partnerships to vast healthcare networks, Greater Phoenix offers a business-friendly environment in which to collaborate and operate in the healthcare sector.

Innovative Opportunities

Top Innovators Choose Greater Phoenix

Named as the most entrepreneurial state by CNN and 5th fastest growing tech market by Fortune, the Greater Phoenix region is a nationally recognized place for tech and bioscience startups.

More than 10 Greater Phoenix hospitals ranked in top 20 for excellence by U.S. News & World Report


Greater Phoenix: The Premier Wellness Destination

By building healthier communities through innovative urban design and amenities, Greater Phoenix is quickly becoming a top destination for visitors seeking care as well as their families.

Mayo Clinic welcomes 22,000 patients from out of state and 1,600 international patients to Greater Phoenix every year.

Honor Health is Magnet Recognized system-wide by The American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), making it part of the select 5% of the nation's healthcare systems to boast all of their facilites as Magnet hospitals.

Barrow Neurological Institute performs more neurological surgeries than any other hospital in the United States.

Greater Phoenix combines world-class amenities, wellness-centric urban planning and access to top providers. With a great climate and access to transit, the region's hubs and healthcare corridors offer patients the ability to enjoy world-class amenities, including resorts and restaurants.

Patient Centricity

With a patient-first approach, providers in Greater Phoenix focus on pleasant in-clinic experiences. Minimal wait times and convenient phone, text and online scheduling, empower patients to seek care easily and efficiently. Modern, online patient portals equip patients with their medical records, clinican notes, lab results and schedules.

Coordinated Care

Multidisciplinary teams and provider collaborations are all at the core of patient care in Greater Phoenix. While maintaining continuity with their primary clinician, patients in Greater Phoenix can take advantage of a rich ecosystem and network world-class providers.