Our Mission is to provide quality, compassionate care in the communities we serve. Creating an ethos of good health, wellness and responsibility is central to our mission and an everyday commitment to our neighbors and families.


Our Vision is to consistently deliver the right care, in the right place, at the right time and to be a premier organization to work, where patient care and saving lives remain our focus. Our vision reflects our aspirations for the future and the goals we work toward together. It provides hope of what’s to come, including how we have the opportunity to participate in some of the most important moments in our patients’ lives and continue to improve the way care is delivered.


Our Values define who we are, what we stand for and what we CARE about:

C- Compassion and respect for others and each other, supporting our communities and advocating for our patients
A- Acting with integrity and the highest ethical standards – always
R- Results delivered through accountability and transparency

E- Embracing inclusiveness for all people in our workplace and in the communities we serve

Focused on Your Health

Headquartered in Tucson, Arizona, Carondelet is committed to providing Southern Arizonans with a full spectrum of high-quality, cost-efficient health care. Our top priority is improving the health of all those we serve.

Carondelet has a long and rich history that spans decades. Founded by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet, the congregation was originally established in France. The Sisters came to the United States in 1836 to serve the diocese in Carondelet, Missouri. In 1870, seven Sisters of St. Joseph traveled from San Diego to Tucson to open a school. In 1880, the Sisters opened St. Mary’s Hospital, Arizona’s first hospital. In 1961, they opened St. Joseph’s Hospital to provide services for Tucson’s growing east side. The Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet began managing Holy Cross in 1981 and assumed ownership in 1987. This is the Sisters’ legacy in Tucson and Southern Arizona as reflected in their hospitals’ mission, vision and values.

Our network includes: 
  • St. Joseph’s Hospital, a full-service 486-licensed bed hospital on Tucson’s east side, located at 350 N Wilmot Rd. It is also home to the Carondelet Neurological Institute and Joint Replacement Center.
  • St. Mary’s Hospital, a 400-licensed bed hospital on Tucson’s west side, located at 1601 W St. Mary’s St. It is also home to the Carondelet Heart and Vascular Institute and Breast Center.
  • Holy Cross Hospital, a 25 bed hospital in Nogales, AZ, located at 1171 W. Target Range Rd. 
  • St. Raphael’s Emergency Center, a free-standing hospital with 24/7 emergency care on Tucson’s southeast side with 13 ER beds. It is located at 7401 S. Wilmot Rd.
  • Marana Hospital, a micro hospital with 13 ER beds on Tucson’s northwest side. It is located at 5620 W Cortaro Farms Rd. 

Why Choose Carondelet?

We understand you have a choice when it comes to your health care. Learn more about Carondelet, and why we should be your first choice in health and wellness services:

  • We focus on wellness, using technology delivered by a team of experienced doctors, nurses and health care staff members.
  • Carondelet St. Mary’s Hospital, Arizona’s first hospital, was founded in 1880. We have a long history of bringing care to the community.
  • Carondelet St. Joseph’s Hospital provides a full range of comprehensive inpatient and outpatient services.
  • Carondelet Neurological Institute, on the campus of St. Joseph’s Hospital, is one of the largest and most comprehensive facilites in Southern Arizona dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of neurological injuries and disorders.
  • Carondelet Heart & Vascular Institute, on the campus of St. Mary’s Hospital, is dedicated to providing quality cardiac and vascular care. Our minimally invasive surgical techniques are just some of the reasons why we’re Southern Arizona’s leader in heart care.
  • Carondelet Holy Cross Hospital in Nogales, Arizona, is the only inpatient medical center in Santa Cruz County.
  • Marana Hospital, Designed as a neighborhood hospital focused on quality medical care, convenience and efficiency.
  • Carondelet St. Raphael's Emergency Center, Carondelet St. Raphael’s treats everything from broken bones to cardiac and stroke emergencies 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Awards and Recognition

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To learn more about the Carondelet hospitals or to request an appointment, contact us at one of the numbers below. We look forward to hearing from you!

St. Joseph’s Hospital
Main Number: (520) 873-3000

St. Mary’s Hospital
Main Number: (520) 872-3000

Holy Cross Hospital
Main Number: (520) 285-3000

St. Raphael’s Emergency Center
Main Number: (520) 493-0499

Marana Hospital
Main Number: (520) 872-4000

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