Bayless Integrated Healthcare, a leader in combining physical, social, mental and emotional health services at each of its clinics, will open a fifth location, Bayless Integrated Healthcare, Dobson Ranch, in Mesa, Ariz. The grand opening is slated for August 23, and the new health center is located at 2204 S. Dobson Road, Suite 103.
This new clinic features 6,000 square-feet of space dedicated to physical, social, mental and emotional health services. Bayless Integrated Healthcare, Dobson Ranch will focus on providing integrated care for adolescents and adults but will be able to provide services to all ages as necessary. Bayless invested more than $250,000 into this newest clinic and will add 24 new jobs in Mesa.
“We’re excited to expand our integrated health care services to Mesa,” said CEO Justin Bayless. “Bayless Integrated Healthcare, Dobson Ranch will be a dedicated resource for Mesa and surrounding area residents for their healthcare needs.”
With its holistic approach around the different components of a person’s health, Bayless provides patients with medical solutions targeted at all aspects of their well-being. A patient with a mood disorder may be treated in accordance with all aspects of their physical health, such as their diet, stress levels and sleep patterns, as opposed to simply treating the symptoms. This same patient also has access to all the services typically exclusive to a visit to their regular general practitioner. By taking these factors into account, Bayless Integrated Healthcare focuses on the patients as people – not the ailments.
Bayless Integrated Healthcare recently opened its fourth location in May 2017 in Central Phoenix at 3033 N. Central Avenue, Suite 700. That location focuses on services to children and families. The high-growth company is prepared for major, continued expansion around the Valley to fill the gaping void of primary care, behavioral health, addiction treatment, and integrated medicine.
“So many people aren’t getting well-rounded care based on the specialization of certain areas,” said Bayless. “But every person faces different pressures on their physical, mental and emotional health. We believe treating them in conjunction, as opposed to successively, gives our patients a better picture of their entire well-being and is in the best interest of the patient.”