In this paper, we analyze the performance of a bulk handoff scheme for mixed traffic in integrated voice/data wireless mobile networks in which new and handoff voice/data calls are accepted based on prioritization of handoff requests. If fewer channels than handoff calls are available in the target cell, some handoff calls are terminated without queuing. A higher priority is given to voice handoff calls than to data handoff calls. A multidimensional birth-death process model is presented to analyze the bulk handoff performance of mixed traffic. A numerical analysis of system performance is presented to evaluate the blocking probabilities of new voice and data calls, handoff failure probabilities, and the forced termination probabilities of voice/data handoff calls.