At Women’s Health Arizona, we strive to make high-quality women’s healthcare accessible to all women in the Phoenix area. Whether you’re preparing for your first visit or we’ve known you for years, our dedicated team is here to answer any questions you have about our practice. Read through our FAQs to learn more about becoming a patient with us, as well as billing and insurance.
If you’re a current patient, visit our Patient Portal to make an appointment, contact your provider, view test results, and more!
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There are several ways to request an appointment:
- Fill out a Request Appointment Form online.
- Log in to your Patient Portal account and select “Appointments.”
- Call your provider’s office to speak with a member of our team. Find the desired phone number by searching for your provider’s name here.
The Patient Portal allows you to access your health records, pay your bill, fill out forms before coming in, confirm normal test results, double-check appointment dates/times, and more. Enroll in our Patient Portal now.
If you need to cancel or reschedule your appointment, we ask that you call your provider’s office to let them know in advance. Your provider may have additional guidelines regarding cancellation. Please find your provider’s office here.
If you have insurance, please bring a copy of your insurance card to each visit. We will submit the claim to the insurance company on your behalf, but please be prepared to pay your co-pay and any deductible on the day of your visit. After we receive payment from your insurance carrier, any additional amount determined by your insurance company to be your responsibility will be billed to you.
Our Patient Portal makes it fast and easy for you to be notified of your test results. Please click here to enroll for the Patient Portal so you may retrieve your lab results directly from the portal.
If you would like to schedule a telemedicine appointment, call your Women’s Health Arizona branch to set up a telemedicine appointment. Telemedicine appointments require the Spruce app (https://spruce.care) installed on your phone. To access this option, contact your Women’s Health Arizona branch for assistance.
Note: The Spruce app is to be used for telemedicine appointments only. All other communication with our WHA branch offices should continue through our patient portal.
Women’s Health Arizona is working hard to adapt the latest health recommendations to keep our patients and our providers safe. Women’s Health Arizona will continue to follow the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines and require face masks for staff, patients, and visitors in all healthcare settings, even if fully vaccinated. If you have any questions or concerns regarding COVID-19 and your visit, please contact your provider’s office.
Billing & Payments
Women’s Health Arizona makes it easy for patients to pay for medical care by offering secure, online bill payment through our Patient Portal. It’s very easy to set up a portal account. Set up a Patient Portal account here.
The cost for your visit will be determined based on the specifics of the care and services provided. Your insurance carrier may pay for all or part of the care provided; however, you are primarily and ultimately responsible for payment on all the services you receive.
Our billing department is available during normal business hours to answer any questions. Please call (602) 422-9000.
Women’s Health Arizona prides itself in providing care to as many members of the community as possible. Therefore, we work very hard to contract with all insurance plans. Each of our branches provides a list of insurances they accept. Please find your provider’s office here.
Some of our branches accept patients without insurance. Please call your provider’s office prior to your visit and let them know why you are coming in; they can ESTIMATE the cost of your visit. We cannot guarantee any fees until after you have had your appointment. Payment is expected at the time of service.
These terms refer to the balance your insurance states as your responsibility, per the insurance contract you renew each year.
- Deductibles are paid by the member and must be reached each year before insurance pays any of your cost. Each family member usually has a separate deductible.
- Co-payments are smaller amounts paid by the member each time you visit the doctor or use any medical service.
- Co-insurance requires you to pay a percentage of your visit fee.
- Maximum out-of-pocket expense is the most you will have to pay before your insurance begins to pay 100%.
Women’s Health Arizona was established nearly a decade ago under the name Arizona ObGyn Affiliates. It’s a group of ObGyn physicians and collaborative providers who came together to collaborate on and streamline care for women in Arizona. The group continues to add new branches and providers every year. Coming together as a larger group allows the providers to share learnings in a collegial way, to establish programs that improve quality, to enhance their service offerings, and to put the best technology tools in place—to give you convenient access to the best care possible.
Women’s Health Arizona is comprised of multiple branch locations throughout the Phoenix metropolitan area and office hours may vary depending on where you wish to be seen. Please search for your provider’s office here to find specific hours of operation related to your desired location. Note that these hours are occasionally subject to change.
We understand that there will be instances where you have a quick question for your doctor that may not warrant a visit. Our providers and office staff are here to answer your questions and to provide guidance related to your specific care plan. To ask a question, you may contact your provider’s office via phone or online through the Patient Portal. To find the correct phone number, please search for your provider here.
Please contact your pharmacy to request a refill. The pharmacy will take your information and fax a refill request to us for review and approval. Every effort will be made to approve your request the same day it is received. Prescription refills are filled only during office hours when the physician and nurse have access to your medical record. Requests received after normal business hours will be acted upon during the next business day.
If you have additional questions, please contact our provider’s office.