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How Can I Receive A Referral? 2018-05-07T00:34:43+00:00

We encourage you to visit our office for evaluation and appropriate referrals for specialist care. We have a trained referral specialist in the office who can work with your insurance plans and specialists offices to facilitate appointments and avoid delays

What If I Have An Emergency? 2018-05-07T00:34:03+00:00

If you feel you have a medical emergency, please call 911 or proceed directly to the nearest emergency room.
We do not refill narcotics or controlled substances on nights or weekends.

How Can I Contact The Provider On Call? 2018-05-07T00:33:08+00:00

Please call the office number of 623-385-7900 and follow the directions to speak to the answering service. They will page the provider on call. We want to handle these calls efficiently so, if your call has not been returned within thirty minutes, please call again. Also please reserve these calls for actual emergencies as opposed to prescription refills, etc. Our providers will not refill antibiotics, narcotic medications such as pain medicine or muscle relaxers over the phone. Regardless of the reason.
We believe medical advice is best given face to face and encourage you to discuss your needs during scheduled appointments. For questions that may not warrant an appointment please call the office to leave a message for your provider. Phone calls to the office during business hours are reviewed by a medical assistant who can discuss your concerns with clinician as necessary.

What Is Your Fee Policy? 2018-05-07T00:32:38+00:00

We accept Visa and Mastercard and cash or money order, we do not accept checks.
Also we will not bill you for your co-payment. If you do not have your co-payment at the time of service, you will be asked to reschedule your appointment.

Do You Accept Walk-In Patients? 2018-05-07T00:31:58+00:00

At DBFM we accept walk-in patients. These visits are used for sick visits only. Because these appointments are on a first come basis, it is always best to call before coming to be sure there is adequate staffing to offer walk-ins.

How Can I Get My Prescriptions Refilled? 2018-05-07T00:31:04+00:00

Most prescriptions can be taken care of during regularly scheduled office visits. It is our intention to provide you with ample medication to last until your next visit. If you need an unexpected refill or change, please contact your pharmacist. The pharmacist can then contact us securely by our e-prescribing system to ensure correct medication identification. Prescriptions for narcotics and controlled substances often create special circumstances and may require you to contact us by phone. Please note that we do not prescribe or refill narcotics or controlled substances on nights or weekends, so plan accordingly.

How Can I Contact My Provider? 2018-05-07T00:30:29+00:00

Our office staff can answer general questions. If you need to speak with one of the doctors, please inform the receptionist of the nature of your call and the doctor will return your call at the earliest convenience. If you feel very ill we advise all of our patients to please call 911 or proceed directly to the nearest emergency room for prompt treatment.

Do You Offer Home Visits? 2018-05-07T00:29:28+00:00

No we do not, patients too sick to come to the office are usually sick enough to warrant evaluation in a hospital setting where laboratory and x-ray studies may be obtained promptly.

Do You Accept New Patients? 2018-05-07T00:24:05+00:00

Yes, we are delighted to accept new patients, including new Medicare and Medicaid (AHCCCS) patients.

What is Family Medicine? 2018-05-07T00:23:45+00:00

The scope of family medicine encompasses all ages, sexes, each organ system and every disease entity. We serve as the primary care provider–the one to contact first for any medical concerns. In addition to caring for routine problems such as ear infections, colds, rashes, headaches, etc. in the office, we also have the expertise to deal with such complicated medical conditions such as heart disease, hypertension, and diabetes.

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As a primary care provider, we make first contact with patients when they become ill. We diagnose and treat simple illnesses such as colds, flus, and chicken pox. We are often the first to detect early warning signs for more serious diseases as well.

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We can assess your medical condition immediately to see if it can be treated in-office. If not, we can transfer you to an urgent care facility to perform the necessary treatments that you may need.

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Desert Bloom Family Medicine provides for all your family care needs. We offer complete family care, from Pediatric and Adolescent Care to those specific to both Men and Women.

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