ASU clinical healthcare delivery

Office of Clinical Partnerships

ASU's Office of Clinical Partnerships plays an important role in facilitating collaborations with Arizona health care constituents and promoting cooperation among university activities. The office also functions as a hub for innovation.  

With the rapid increase in the scope and complexity of ASU’s efforts and importance of innovations in health care delivery, discovery and education to the overall mission of the university, ASU has recruited national thought leaders to ASU in nursing, health care delivery and sustainable health and launched several cutting-edge biomedical research initiatives. 

Partnerships with area hospitals and health care organizations provide sites to generate inspiration, test innovations and administer real-world training of students, and also to bring research back to the community. 

More than 20 external partners work with ASU to conduct groundbreaking research, train the health care professionals of tomorrow, translate new discoveries to market, and improve health and health care delivery.

Key External Clinical Partners

Arizona Technology Enterprises (AZTE)
Banner Health System
  - Banner Sun Health
  - Banner Alzheimer's Institute
  - MD Anderson
Center for Orthopedic Research and Education Institute (CORE)
Dignity Health - Barrow Neurological Institute/St. Joseph’s Hospital
Dublin City University, Ireland
HonorHealth (formerly Scottsdale Healthcare)
Maricopa Integrated Health System
Mayo Clinic
  - Rochester campus
  - Phoenix campus
  - Jacksonville campus
Mountain Park Health Center
Phoenix Children’s Hospital
Phoenix VA Healthcare System
Southwest Autism Research and Resource Center (SARRC)
Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen)