Arizona’s first academic health sciences center. Home to five health professions colleges, two hospitals and the statewide Arizona Cancer Center, AHSC is on the leading edge of medical education, outreach, patient care and groundbreaking research.
Solving medical mysteries, finding treatments and cures for diseases, investigating environmental hazards and improving the quality of life for entire communities are just a few of the research efforts taking place at AHSC.
Adjacent to the UA College of Medicine, the University of Arizona Medical Center is the primary teaching hospital for the UA Colleges of Medicine, Nursing and Pharmacy. Among the hospital’s numerous distinctions, UAMC operates Southern Arizona’s only Level 1 trauma center.
Arizona’s largest physician practice, the University of Arizona Medical Center includes more than 1,000 physicians who are the full-time faculty of the UA College of Medicine. UAMC physicians care for patients, educate students and train physicians and other health-care professionals.
Formerly Kino Community Hospital, UAMC South Campus is a comprehensive medical center and hospital and Southern Arizona’s newest academic medical facility. It is staffed by physicians who are full-time faculty of the UA College of Medicine.
The Arizona Health Sciences Library delivers instruction, develops services and manages digital and print information resources to support biomedical instruction, research and patient care at the UA in Tucson and Phoenix.
LWC's award-winning Employee Wellness program offers integrated services to enhance employee work/life health, resilience, and workplace effectiveness. They include: Employee Assistance Counseling; Employee Wellness and Health Promotion; Child Care and Family Resources; Elder Care Resources and Work/Life Support.
One of the nation’s premier pharmacy schools, the UA College of Pharmacy offers a professional program and graduate degree programs. The professional program provides the doctor of pharmacy (PharmD) degree, which prepares pharmacists. The graduate programs provide master's of science and PhD degrees in the pharmaceutical sciences and in pharmacology and toxicology. Founded in 1947, it is the only college of pharmacy at an Arizona public university.
Ranked among the top graduate nursing programs in the nation, the UA College of Nursing offers degrees in entry-level and advanced practice nursing from the baccalaureate to doctoral levels. The college also offers a 14-month, innovative "second degree in nursing" program.
The only nationally accredited college of public health in the 12-state Mountain-Pacific region, the college offers doctoral, master’s degree and undergraduate programs, dedicated to promoting the health of communities, with a special emphasis on diverse populations and the Southwest.