Our first responsibility is to our patients is to ensure a positive experience that delivers effective healthcare treatments while treating them with respect and individuality. We also want to impact our community positively by raising awareness of health issues affecting them today as well as providing health care at an affordable price for all. Patients must be treated promptly and to the best of our ability. We must constantly focus on keeping our costs low in order to provide our services at a reasonable price. It is also important for us to be responsible to our employees. We must treat them as individuals and be compensated fairly. We will provide clean working conditions and provide a sense of security in their jobs. We want our employees to feel comfortable and free to offer their complaints and suggestions. Our management's actions must be fair and ethical. To our community we would like to support them with health education. We will support good work and charities that are working to improve our quality of lives. We will try our best to offer medical care to those who many not afford it. We want to encourage our community to live healthier lifestyles which we believe would be the result of strong health education.
Critical Care Medicine
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona
CIGNA of Arizona
Fortis Health (now Assurant)
Great West HealthCare
Health First Health Plan
LifeWise of Arizona
Mercy Health Plan
PacifiCare of Arizona
UNICARE Life & Health Company
Certifications & Memberships
84.2%would refer friends and family to us
Angel was fantastic as usual. She always goes above and beyond.
A+ Excellent physicians and staff. Minus! Noisy children with hand games under adult supervision? Constant cellphone ringing and talk among the patients. A+ Very friendly front desk Personnel. Minus! Long waiting time with coughing patients. A+ Overall excellent attentive care by the physicians.
Dr. Punia is a very helpful and understanding physician. He gives the necessary time to your problems; asks pertinent questions and attempt to establish a mutually trusting relationship with the patient. Not a “15 minute doc”. Others in the profession could well learn from him regarding physician - patient relations. After all, what else is there to care?