Almost all elderly patients can utilize and enjoy the benefits of 360 AZ Doc. The clinician will perform the first visit to determine your qualification.

Our primary care program (PCP) is designed to reduce readmissions and unnecessary hospitalizations. Therefore, we are not here to replace your primary doctor. Besides bridging the gap, we can be your primary doctor if you don’t have one yet. Our team includes only board-certified Family Medicine and Internal Medicine physicians along with certified podiatrists, psychologist, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, physical and occupational therapists. We all have at least 10 years of experience.

No. Since 1998 insurance companies have encouraged house calls as an attractive feature for a physician’s practice and have encouraged house calls by licensed medical providers.

No, just call us at (623) 240-1110 to become registered with 360 AZ Doc. You can also “request a visit” via our website

If you have Medicare or Medicare with supplemental insurance, Medicare with Medicaid, or private insurance, there is no extra charge for a service visit. If your insurance company requires a deductible be paid, you will be responsible for that payment. We will verify your insurance coverage prior to making our first house call visit with you.

No. If you are experiencing a true medical emergency, call 911 immediately

360 AZ Doc visits typically run between $150-$300 and the percentage of the total bill you’re responsible for is determined by your insurance plan. On average, most patients pay $5-$50 after insurance. Note that if you have a high deductible plan, you will need to meet your deductible before your insurance will cover the cost. 360 AZ Doc will bill your insurance directly. If patients are uninsured, 360 AZ Doc accepts a flat rate of $160 at the time of treatment via credit card. This flat rate is for everything that we do, which includes medications delivered, procedures performed, and any lab tests obtained.

360 AZ Doc Physicians Network accepts Medicare, Medicare with supplemental insurance, Medicare with Medicaid, most private insurances, and provides discounts for uninsured patients.

Yes, 360 AZ Doc Physicians Network does accept certain HMOs, i.e. BCBS advantage, healthnet, united health care, etc.

360 AZ Doc’s providers are board-certified physicians, physician assistants and nurse practitioners with significant experience evaluating acute injuries and illness in the emergency department. In fact, our providers are the same providers that you may see in your local emergency room. 360 AZ Doc arrives on scene with a nurse practitioner and a medical technician via our vehicle with a board-certified ER physician always available virtually. Using the 360 AZ Doc mobile app to request care even allows for the healthcare consumer to see which providers from the 360 AZ Doc medical team will be arriving to treat you, allowing for an additional sense of security and comfort.

Yes. 360 AZ Doc Physicians Network specializes in this type of service setting and it is our core business. With the consent of the patient and/or a relative, or the legal guardian/medical power of attorney (POA) for the patient 360 AZ Doc will make a visit to any of these communities. We also recently expanded to single home with our patented telemedicine.

Yes, 360 AZ Doc has relationships with a variety of specialists, including Podiatrists, Psychologists, Cardiologists, Urologists and others. We also offer physical and occupational therapists. 360 AZ Doc also has relationships with mobile diagnostic imaging and laboratory services. With our PCP orders, you can have these services in your home.