Looking to find help with your medical bills in Arizona? Not being able to get the care you need because you can’t afford it is one of the toughest situations to be in. Managing your health and your healthcare bills can be difficult if you aren’t receiving the right type of help and assistance.
We know that life can hit you hard, in the form of bills and expenses that just keep piling up on your desk. This is already stressful enough, and the thought of not being able to see a doctor or go to the hospital if an emergency arises can stress you out even more. However, there is no need to panic! You have come to the right place to get information on how to get help with overdue medical bills.
At the Phoenix law office of Joseph C. McDaniel, the staff commits themselves to helping their clients throughout Maricopa County to find the right debt relief solution for them. They will work with you one-on-one to help you understand your options and brainstorm any new ideas to getting your life back on track. Contact their office at 602-297-3025 and make an appointment.
Another option could be speaking with a medical billing advocate. They understand how to get reductions in medical fees by spotting out where you might have been overcharged.
You may contact the office of Medical Billing Advocate of Northern Arizona, located in Prescott, by calling 928-772-0815. Another office you could contact is Advisio Medical Billing Advocates, LLC, located in Cave Creek, AZ. Their number is 480-241-2495.
Sun Life Family Health Center is a nonprofit organization providing affordable health care to those in need of it. It is Pinal county’s largest provider of primary health care services. They have a family dentistry and orthodontics, as well as a center for women and children. They have locations throughout Central Arizona, so it would be best for you to go on their website and see which number you need to call.
Another nonprofit community health center is Mountain Park Health Center. They have a pediatrics clinic, women’s health, dental clinic, and even offer financial services. Their main concern is to meet the needs of their patients in an effective and affordable way. They have five different locations at Tempe, Baseline, East Phoenix, Maryvale, and Goodyear. Depending on which area would be closest for you, you can find the contact information on the website.
Pick up the phone and start calling! Don’t waste any more time!
Every summer, Archana works at Kumon, a math and reading workshop, tutoring children between the ages of three and 18 in these subjects. She used to be enrolled in this program herself, so this allows her to connect with the students and give them the one-on-one help that they need. Archana is also currently a member of NC State’s Psychology Club, Rotaract Club, and EKTAA (NC State’s premiere South Asian Student Organization).
Archana was born in India, and moved to North Carolina with her immediate family when she was 7 years old. She speaks mostly Tamil, the native language of South India, and English in her home. In addition, having taken Spanish classes since 6th grade, she can speak and understand it pretty well too. Archana enjoys spending time with her family and friends, watching movies, listening to music, and going to the gym. She also loves to travel, and hopes to travel the world one day and learn about all the different cultures!
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