Scottsdale Medical Centers PGY2 Critical Care Residency is a multi-site program, based primarily out of Scottsdale Osborn Medical Center and Scottsdale Shea Medical Center. Within the HonorHealth Network, other hospitals or clinics may be available to coordinate training of the resident, but will not be considered core rotations. The resident may schedule no more than two rotations outside of the primary training sites, Osborn and Shea.
HonorHealth Osborn Medical Center
7400 East Osborn Road, Scottsdale, AZ 85251
The HonorHealth Osborn Medical Center, located in downtown Scottsdale, is a full-service acute-care hospital with 337 medical/surgical beds. The hospital's American College of Surgeons (ACS) Level I trauma center is consistently one of the busiest in the state and is regarded as a leader in neurosurgery, orthopedics, and rehabilitation. A rooftop helipad accommodates three helicopters and allows for simultaneous multiple helicopter and ambulance arrivals. A Total Joint Replacement Center, specializing in minimally invasive procedures, opened in 2006.
Cutting edge/innovative cancer care with Novalis Shaped Beam Surgery, the latest development in stereotactic radiosurgery, is now available in Arizona exclusively at HonorHealth Osborn. Performed as an outpatient procedure, Novalis can treat localized tumors virtually anywhere in the body or brain, including many deemed inoperable by conventional means. In addition to a full-range of services, Scottsdale Osborn Medical Center offers:
ACS Level I Trauma Center
Chest Pain Center
Primary Stroke Center
Greenbaum Surgery Center
Family Birthing Suites
Total joint replacement center
Hyperbaric Medicine and Wound Management Clinic
Novalis Shaped Beam Surgery
Institute for Orthopedic and Neurological Surgery
Primary teaching hospital for Scottsdale Healthcare Family Residency Program & the Heuser Family Practice Center
Health Information Centers
Military trauma training programs
HonorHealth Shea Medical Center
9003 East Shea Road, Scottsdale, AZ 85260
The Honorhealth Shea Medical Center, which opened in 1984, is known for its oncology, cardiology, orthopedics, and women's and children's services. Located near the intersection of Shea Boulevard and Pima Road, the 433-bed hospital's proximity to the Loop 101 Pima Freeway provides convenient access to the hospital from anywhere in the Valley.
The Cancer Transplant Institute was created in 2011 to provide comprehensive, personalized care for patients with blood cancers, such as leukemia.
The Virginia G. Piper Cancer Center located on the Shea campus combines the strengths of a leading community hospital and academic research in one location. Advanced cancer treatment, prevention, research, education and support are provided, in addition to community-based oncology services.
In 2017, expansion of cancer services through partnership with Arizona Center for Cancer Care led to development of the HonorHealth Virginia G. Piper Cancer Care Network. In addition to inpatient cancer care, multiple outpatient cancer care locations will offer improved coordination of care and support for patients and their families on their journey through diagnosis, treatment, and survivorship.
The Women's Center includes family-centered maternity care, a 32-bed Family Birthing Center, a Level III nursery, pediatrics, screening and diagnostic services, education and support programs, nutrition and weight management programs and a wellness center with complementary therapies.
Arizona’s first robot-assisted mitral valve repair was performed in March 2003 at Shea Medical Center and the state’s first robot-assisted radical prostate surgery in October 2002.
In addition to a full-range of services, Scottsdale Shea Medical Center specializes in the following:
24-hour Level II Trauma center
Chest pain center
Bone Marrow Transplant
Piper Surgery Center
Total joint replacement center
A.R.T. – Artificial Reproductive Therapy
Center of Excellence for Weight Management
Women's Diagnostic Center
NICU with Level III nursery
PICU and Pediatric unit including outpatient infusion rooms
Virginia G. Piper Cancer Center
Scottsdale Clinical Research Institute (SCRI) – Clinical Trials
Cancer Treatment Institute (CTI) – Oncology and Bone Marrow Transplant
Employment offers are contingent upon satisfactory completion of the following:
Drug screen test including cotinine
Employment verification (prior three employers or in the last seven years)
Job-related health assessment
Primary source verification if license
Validation of degrees via official copy of the diploma
Online 360 reference check
I-9 and E-verify validation
Other pre-requisite training module(s).
Successful completion of a PGY1 program (graduation certificate to be provided as soon as received).
HonorHealth Pharmacy Services currently offers one position for a PGY2 Critical Care Pharmacy Resident. The Residency is designed to provide pharmacists the learning experiences required to accomplish established goals and objectives in accordance with standards established by the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP) through the Residency Learning Service (RLS) program, which are outlined within the manual.