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Receiving Medical Treatment During the COVID-19 Pandemic

We finally have the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine. Please call the office to make an appointment

602-258-9955 or send a message through the patient portal.

Visit and click "find vaccine" to schedule your appointment for the COVID-19 vaccine. You can also call 844-542-8201 between 8am -5pm or visit The office does not have the vaccine available but will be registering for it when and if it is made available to be administered in doctor offices. 

Currently phase 1A and 1B groups are being vaccinated which include healthcare workers, residents of longterm care facilities as well as adults >75, teachers, child care providers, law enforcement and protective services. Group 1C includes adults >65 and those with a high risk medical conditions.

​Midtown Providers recommend all patients be vaccinated when the group they are in is offered registration and appointments. Contraindications for the COVID vaccine include a patient with a history of a prior vaccine allergy or a history of being hyperallergic. When you register for the vaccine you will be screened for any contraindications. Thanks for doing your part in wearing a mask, social distancing and getting vaccinated to help end this pandemic. 

Dear Patients,

When you come to our office for routine medical evaluation and/or treatment during the COVID-19 pandemic, please be advised of the following. The office is functioning at 50% capacity.

  • While our office complies with State Health Department and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention infection control guidelines to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus, we cannot make any guarantees.
  • Our staff are symptom-free and, to the best of their knowledge, have not been exposed to the virus. However, since we are a place of public accommodation, other persons (including other patients) could be infected, with or without their knowledge. 
  • ​In order to reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19, we will ask you a number of "screening" questions when you arrive for your appointment. For the safety of you, our staff and other patients, if you answer "YES" to any screening questions, your visit will be rescheduled. 
  • Your temperature will be taken with a contact-less thermometer upon arrival. If you have a fever, your appointment will be rescheduled. 
  • All patients will be required to wear a mask for the entire duration of the appointment. Cloth homemade masks are acceptable.
  • Only the patient will be permitted in the waiting room and the exam room during the appointment. Any family and/or friends will be requested to wait in the car. Exceptions will be made for patients with special needs (i.e. underlying cognitive impairment or physical limitations).