5/1/2020 Our current office hours are 8:00am-5:00pm Monday-Friday. We will be closed on Saturdays until further notice. Our hours are subject to change daily, depending on our patient need.

 

 

Our office will be closed on Friday, July 3rd and we will reopen at 8:00am on Monday, July 6th.
Have a safe holiday, and be well!

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Yes, we are still open! We are slowly incorporating face to face visits for specific patients. If you need a well visit, physical or another service that requires coming into the office, please give us a call. The majority of our visits are via telemedicine with your provider, so you can get patient care via audio/video for sick visits, medication refills, and follow up appointments. We are also accepting new patients via telemedicine or in person depending on the appointment type. Please call us if you need to make an appointment or if we can help answer any questions for you 928-774-2788. If you come to the clinic for an in person visit, please know that it is your responsibility to wear a mask. Please continue to wash your hands often, avoid close contact with others, cover coughs and sneezes, clean and disinfect surfaces, and monitor your health. Be well~

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  • 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 7:00am 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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