The Center functions as a membership model. To become a member and receive comprehensive integrative care, patients must choose a membership package and pay a Health Partnership fee monthly or annually. This fee covers a set number of visits with the Center?s complementary care providers and health coaches not covered by Medicare, as well as access to groups and educational classes. You may choose between two bundles of typically non-covered services based on how many services you anticipate using. Please visit our Benefits page for details on each membership package.
Expanding the Team
We are pleased to announce the addition of 2 integrative practitioners to the UAIHC team. Emily Jane Zaragoza, MD, and acupuncturist Scott Phelps are joining us in our goal to deliver top quality patient-centered primary care.
View Drs. Weil and Maizes' comments on the Center's Opening.
Call for an appointment: 602-470-5577
The University of Arizona Integrative Health Center will treat you to a level of patient options and services unparalleled in the industry.
You will receive a full spectrum of primary care services, where your physician will take interest in you as a whole person (taking into account any existing health conditions, lifestyle, diet and exercise) and provide you with a broad range of conventional and complementary health services to best suit your needs. A team of practitioners will work together to guide you in finding your own path to health and wellness.
Our primary care providers are all graduates of the University of Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine (AzCIM) Fellowship in Integrative Medicine — the top program in integrative medical education worldwide.
The Integrative Health Center is operated by District Medical Group in affiliation with the University of Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine.
In the latest IHC Newsletter, we're focused on health controversies, supplements, physical activity, OTC pain killers, essential fats, gluten-free living, and sugar substitutes.
Read the latest newsletter: Fall 2014: Healthy Controversies