We have a new provider starting on Monday, October 7th! Jerry Vega is a certified Physician Assistant. He was born and raised in Mesa, AZ before coming north to Flagstaff to attend college at Northern Arizona University and obtaining a Bachelor’s in Exercise Science in 2012. He obtained his Master of Medical Science in Physician Assistant Studies from Midwestern University – Glendale, AZ.
Jerry loves to spend his free time playing the ukulele, softball, snowboarding, camping and playing with his golden retriever. He also enjoys spending time outdoors in his yard and woodworking. Call us for an appointment today 928-774-2788

 

We have flu shots! If you are a current patient, there is no need for an appointment, just walk in! Call us if you have any questions 928-774-2788

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As of 6/1/19, our hours will be changing to 7am-6pm Monday-Friday and 8am-1pm Saturday. Call us for early morning appointments! 928-774-2788. We will also have Sonora Quest here to draw labs from 7am-12pm Monday-Friday.
  • EFFM has utilized electronic medical records since 2002.

  • E-prescribing: sends prescriptions electronically to the pharmacy of your choice to avoid long waits and improve patient safety.

  • Our goal in care is to provide same day or next day appointments between 8:00am and 6:00pm Monday-Friday, and Saturday from 8:00am to 1:00pm. 

LET US BECOME YOUR MEDICAL HOME.

If you are switching to Blue Cross Blue Shield, please make sure you update your primary care provider to an EFFM provider. All of our providers are available to treat you under this new plan. For more details, please go to the following website www.azblue.com

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