The Greater Phoenix region offers unique treatment, clinical trial advancement and practice options to companies evaluating new markets, as well as locating physicians, researchers and visiting patients. As a cooperative environment, the region demonstrates strong industry leadership and ongoing commitments to innovation.
As a result of strategic investments, Greater Phoenix is equipped with state-of-the-art research infrastructure and facilities. Leading research and clinical institutions in Greater Phoenix are making breakthroughs in translational research and healthcare delivery innovations through strategic partnerships.
The diverse population of the state and region provide unique opportunities for clinical trials in underrepresented populations, including the largest population of Native Americans nationally and a population that is 30 percent Hispanic.
Phoenix is expected to grow nearly 43,000 healthcare jobs in the next decade — more than healthcare and biomedical hubs such as Minneapolis, Philadelphia, San Francisco and Seattle. The region offers a skilled, diverse workforce that is continuously fueled by globally recognized universities and community colleges. Institutions that prepare highly qualified graduates for in-demand disciplines within the healthcare and bioscience industries include A.T. Still University, Arizona State University, Grand Canyon University, Maricopa Community Colleges, Midwestern University, Northern Arizona University and the University of Arizona.
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