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Every day, we bring patients convenient, coordinated access to healthcare while providing meaningful service to our community.
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We are a non-profit, local healthcare organization known for community service and outstanding medical quality. Our organization encompasses five acute care hospitals with approximately 10,500 employees and 3,100 volunteers, urgent care centers, clinical research, medical education, an inpatient rehabilitation hospital, an Accountable Care Organization, two foundations, and extensive community services.
HonorHealth offers an integrated system of care to bring simpler, more accessible healthcare to those who matter most — our patients and communities.
Serving those who live, work and play in Tempe
Tempe, Arizona, is many things: home to highly regarded academic institutions; a hub of medical, environmental and aerospace research; headquarters for major corporations; and a housing mecca for more than 166,000 residents.
HonorHealth helps serve the diverse healthcare needs of those who live, work and play in Tempe with three medical practices:
The primary care physicians and family doctors at each Tempe location share a commitment to making healthy personal. To do so, they tailor their care and services to meet your needs. They understand the healthcare needs through all phases of life, from families with newborn and school-age children, to college students, working professionals, empty nesters and retirees.
Are you looking for a family doctor to administer childhood vaccinations, provide well-child exams, quickly diagnose and treat cold and flu symptoms, or conduct physicals for organized youth sports? Do you need well-woman services or advice on birth control options that fit your lifestyle? Could you benefit from having a nearby primary care physician help manage a chronic condition like diabetes or high blood pressure? Do you want a familiar atmosphere where you can get routine dermatology services or see a doctor when you're not feeling well?
HonorHealth Medical Group's locations in Tempe do all of this and so much more while building trusting patient-provider relationships.
HonorHealth Medical Group - Primary Care - East Tempe
Since 2013, this office at the southeast corner of McClintock Drive and Broadway Road has been serving patients 10 and up.
The office is located southeast of Arizona State University, near Tempe High School and the popular Tempe Marketplace. The practice is near industrial and business complexes, apartment communities and single-family home communities, including Broadmor, Hughes Acres, Meyer Park, Broadway Palms and Hudson Manor.
Many of the practice's patients are city and university employees. It's also a popular choice among the area's older adult and senior residents.
Several of the doctors at the HonorHealth primary care office in east Tempe worked in private practice before joining HonorHealth Medical Group. As a result, patients travel from Phoenix, Mesa, Chandler and Maricopa to continue receiving care from the doctors they know and trust.
In addition to walk-in and same-day appointments, the primary care office in east Tempe offers lunchtime appointments. Foreign language interpreters, including sign language interpreters, are available to ensure all patients receive the highest level of care.
HonorHealth Medical Group - Primary Care - West Tempe
Located near the U.S. 60 and Interstate 10 freeways at the intersection of Priest Drive and Broadway Road, this practice boasts same-day and next-day appointments.
Situated in an industrial plaza with ample parking, the office is adjacent to Holdeman Elementary School, the expansive Holdeman Neighborhood and Gilliland single-family home communities, and the Parkside Apartments. The town of Guadalupe, which has a large Spanish-speaking population, is also nearby. Spanish-speaking healthcare professionals are on staff to ensure clear communication.
The HonorHealth primary care office in west Tempe serves patients from birth through end of life. One distinguishing service is its focus on women's health and, more specifically, birth control. From intrauterine devices and implantable birth control methods, to birth control pills and shots, they offer an array of contraceptive options.
Providers maintain a strong community presence, participating in health screening events, fairs and festivals, including those hosted by the town of Guadalupe. To serve busy working professionals, they also conduct on-site blood pressure checks, nutrition counseling and more for local businesses such as the nearby Home Depot Call Center.
HonorHealth Medical Group - Primary Care - South Tempe
This office at the southwest corner of McClintock Drive and Warner Road serves patients 12 and up. The practice is nestled in a primarily residential area. Nearby neighborhoods include Alta Mira, Mission Ridge, Corona Del Sol, Estate La Colina and Warner Estates, to name a few.
While serving men, women and children, providers focus on a range of women's health issues, including those related to reproduction, menopause and diseases and conditions affecting the female organs.
The south Tempe location is one of two practices in the HonorHealth Medical Group to use a patient-centered care model in which all aspects of the patient visit — including registration, medical history review, exams and procedures — are conducted in one private patient room.
To find an HonorHealth primary care physician or family doctor in Tempe, call 623-580-5800 or find a doctor in Tempe.
An Unwavering Commitment to the Community
At the heart of HonorHealth is a legacy of caring for our communities.
Thousands of individuals and families benefit annually from our commitment to serve the community through two special programs:
In 2014, Desert Mission served 45,955 individuals, including 42,751 at the Food Bank and 1,575 through the Community Health Center. In addition, Desert Mission provided 39,165 Snack Pacs for schoolchildren who otherwise would have gone hungry over weekends in 2014.
NOAH served 8,276 patients with a total of 23,634 medical visits, 4,179 dental visits and 3,140 behavioral health visits.
StoryCorps – Tell your story. Pass it on.
The Virginia G. Piper Cancer Center has a new partnership with StoryCorps Legacy, a program of the national oral history project. StoryCorps Legacy records and preserves the stories of people affected by serious illness and their loved ones.
Learn more about this program and the healing power of story telling, at the Virginia G. Piper Cancer Center.
StoryCorps Legacy at Virginia G. Piper Cancer Center is provided by the Scottsdale Healthcare Auxiliary through a Patient Experience Grant.
HonorHealth is now an Arizona Veteran Supportive Employer
Best-in-class nursing careers
Nursing excellence is a core value at HonorHealth. Nurses hold top leadership roles, and all five of HonorHealth medical centers have earned Magnet ® recognition. HonorHealth is the only organization in Arizona — and one of a few in the country — with each of its medical centers designated as Magnet through the American Nurses Credentialing Center Magnet Recognition Program.
Nursing at HonorHealth
Engage in our shared governance model designed to empower nurses to continuously improve patient care quality. Whether you desire to become involved in evidence based practice, research projects or our Unit-Based Patient Care Councils we offer a supportive environment for interpersonal learning. Our Center of Nursing Excellence team is ready to support you in remaining committed to the highest level of patient care practice.
Explore our flexible Full-time, Part-time, Per Diem and Seasonal nursing positions. HonorHealth offers our nurses self-scheduling options and a variety of shift hours to promote a healthy work-life balance.
Could you earn more money and get better benefits here? It depends on your experience and qualifications, but HonorHealth is very competitive, so you should definitely ask. We’ll tell you — up front.
HonorHealth offers a variety of in-house opportunities for nurses to excel. Our Critical Care Academy and the AORN standardized Periop 101 programs are just the beginning of advancement opportunities. Connect with our Center of Nursing Excellent team to learn how you can advance your nursing career towards our vibrant nursing leadership roles. See the options you’ll have as a nurse for moving up within HonorHealth.
Your dedication to nursing is valued and rewarded at HonorHealth. In addition to our HonorNurse program, nurses can enjoy up to an additional $1,500 per year for active professional certifications. Just ask us for more program details.
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I have been working at HonorHealth full-time (More than 3 years)
HonorHealth is a great employer. They have given me everything I have asked for in a job. I work closely with medical staff and hospital administration and feel like I am truly part of a team and I feel my input is taken seriously. I even like their cafeteria food. Their salary and benefits are quite competitive. I would highly encourage anyone who is even considering working at HH to apply. They have a very strong presence in the community. Note that HH is a non-profit organization.
It takes time for change to happen, though I would assume this is true for any large organization.
Advice to Management
Keep hiring great people like you are already doing. As long as you keep putting patients first, you will keep succeeding.
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at HonorHealth (Scottsdale, AZ) in October 2018.
Was contacted by phone quicker than expected and the whole process was very easy to understand and transparent. The interview questions were basic yet very helpful in communicating yourself and expectations
Veteran Hiring Commitment
Committed to helping America's military veterans find work
Pay Equality Pledge
Committed to paying equitably for equal work & experience
Social Responsibility Pledge
Formal programs or foundation to give back to communities
Has programs that support a diverse and inclusive workforce
Pledge to Thrive
Taking steps to prioritize employee well-being