Building a better healthcare community for East Valley and Beyond.

Phoenician Primary Care’s growth strategy is to essentially build by adding more Quality Primary Care Practices and Providers. Phoenician Primary Care can quickly and efficiently incorporate existing or established practices into their group creating an almost seamless transition. Within this strategy Phoenician Primary Care can become stronger in numbers and maintain a profitable and sensible business model for both the practice and provider.

Why is Phoenician Primary Care Experiencing Rapid Growth?

Its reputation for quality care from quality providers:

  • Phoenician Primary Care starts with talented and caring providers.
  • Phoenician Primary Care assures that all providers have ample in-office supportive staff and a well experienced administrative team which takes care of all contracts, credentialing, billing, insurance and back office matters. This way, providers are less distracted with day to day to business operations and can concentrate on taking excellent care of patients.

The addition of new practices and providers:

  • Phoenician Primary Care is adding new practices and providers every month.
  • The Phoenician Primary Care acquisition model empowers providers with the ability to financially sustain and grow as individuals, professionals and organizational members.
  • Phoenician Primary Care offers providers a strong compensation package with exciting bonuses and benefits.
  • As Phoenician Primary Care grows in numbers - so does its sustainability factor. This is an important factor as the majority of Phoenician Primary Care providers were once responsible for operating their own practices prior to joining Phoenician Primary Care.

The population surge in the East Valley:

  • The East Valley region is affluent, well-educated and economically dynamic which population has increased from 937,638 in 2000 to more than 1,474,000 in 2013.
  • The East Valley economy is driven by healthcare, education, aerospace, tourism and technology.
  • Arizona State University serves the East Valley region with two-campuses along with five community colleges and A.T. Still University.
  • The East Valley boasts a robust hospital network with over 20 hospitals and medical centers.
  • The above of list attributes make the East Valley a smart economic and an environmental friendly place to live and work.