Family-Owned Medical Clinics in Phoenix and Scottsdale

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During your annual wellness exam we will focus on preventative medicine, patient education, and establishing the necessary goals designed to keep you healthy. As a part of your wellness exam we may address important lifestyle changes such as weight loss, smoking cessation, and vaccinations.



We focus on the unique health needs of women at every age and stage of life. As part of your healthcare, we will keep you up to date with important diagnostic and preventative services to maintain your health. Women’s health services include, but are not limited to pap smears, hormone testing, mammography and diagnostic breast cancer screenings, and osteoporosis prevention. In addition, as you plan for your family we can assist you with options such as oral contraception, IUD’s, and natural family planning.



We are able to care for your child’s healthcare needs from birth through adolescence, and can provide proper immunizations, well child checks, ADD assessments, and preventative health care. We also provide complete sports and school related physicals.

HIV Prevention and care

Our team of experts is here to help you get tested for HIV, answer your questions, and navigate HIV prevention and treatment services.
There are a variety of ways to prevent HIV infection, including pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP), post-exposure phrophylaxis (PEP), maintaining an undetectable viral load if you are living with HIV (undetectable=untransmittable), and using condoms with vaginal and anal sex Pueblo Family Physicians can help if you’re not currently in care.
We offer you confidential HIV counseling and HIV testing after one of our experienced staff members assesses your risk.
We can help you get HIV Prevention and Care. If you would like to start HIV Prevention or Care right here in our clinic, please call us at (602) 264-9191 or
(480) 607-1124
to get started.

LGBTQ Health

Pueblo Family Physicians has a long history of working with diverse populations. We offer specialized care to the LGBTQ communities of Phoenix and Scottsdale with pride, respect, and confidence.

Our staff and providers work tirelessly to create a patient experience that allows everyone who comes through our doors to feel safe and secure.

We offer a wide range of sexual health services at Pueblo Family Physicians, including:

For sexually active gay and bisexual men, trans women who have sex with men and trans men who have sex with men, we recommend that you get tested for HIV and STDs every three months.

All individuals are welcome to schedule with the clinic for an appointment during regular hours  Monday through Friday 7:00AM – 5:00PM. To make an appointment, please (602) 264-9191 or (480) 607-1124 or email [email protected] and one of our experienced staff members will reach out to you.

Note: Pueblo Family Physicians does prescribe hormonal therapy, but we do not do medical evaluation or clearance for gender affirming surgery. However, if you are interested in these services, we can assist with linking you to health benefits.

Lesbians and bisexual women may want to explore our women’s health services to see the testing and health options offered at Pueblo Family Physicians.

STD Testing and Treatment

Please call for an appointment
(602) 264-9191 &
(480) 607-1124

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HIV Research

Pueblo Family Physicians has been providing research opportunities to our patients and the community for a few years. When you join a clinical trial, you will receive tests and study medication at no cost, an opportunity to learn more about your medical condition, and financial compensation for your time and travel. Once you join a clinical study your participation may last anywhere from one visit to several weeks, or possibly several months in length. You will be given all the details of the study before you join and can choose not to participate at any time. A large percentage of people who participate in our clinical trials have a rewarding experience.

In medicine, a clinical study is a type of research that evaluates new drugs in a controlled setting, and is required before new drugs can be marketed. Trials may be designed to assess the safety and effectiveness of an experimental therapy, to assess whether the new intervention is better than the standard therapy, or to simply compare how effective one already marketed drug is to another.

The process to participate in a clinical trial with Pueblo Family Physicians is simple. There are certain requirements that must be met to be eligible to participate in a clinical trial such as age, gender, the type and stage of a disease, previous and current treatments, and other medical conditions. Medical insurance is not required to participate in clinical trials or to receive study related medical care and services. When you join a clinical study you also receive access to more personalized care.

Please contact our research office at (602) 999-6495 today to find out which study opportunities we have available for you.)