ArchWell Health plans 13 senior care facilities in Arizona

Consumer News | 26 Oct |

High quality senior care will soon be accessible to communities throughout Arizona as 13 innovative primary care health centers open across the Phoenix Metro and Tucson areas. ArchWell Health, a healthcare company providing an advanced model of value-based primary healthcare services to Medicare-eligible seniors, has announced this expansion as part of its significant growth into the southwest region of the U.S.

The initial center in Phoenix to open is located at 725 Apache Trail, Suite 4 in Apache Junction. The grand opening took place on October 19 with a second center opening October 20 at 6843 E. Main Street in East Mesa. ArchWell Health will open 11 more centers in Arizona in the upcoming weeks, bringing the total number to thirteen.


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ArchWell Health’s goal is to provide seniors access to excellent healthcare and healthy living options, irrespective of their economic situation. Each center establishes state-of-the-art neighborhood healthcare featuring an advanced, senior-focused care model. Centered on providing comprehensive primary care for seniors enrolled in Medicare Advantage plans, ArchWell Health empowers members to live healthier lives by offering them a higher level of care, a more positive experience and a focus on preventative options.

The grand opening of ArchWell Health’s Apache Junction location.

At ArchWell, the patient-to-doctor ratio is well below the national average, ensuring doctors have the time they need with each individual patient to solve their health challenges. Additionally, the doctors and care team are specifically trained to care for seniors who have more challenging health conditions than the general population, and a higher rate of chronic conditions.

Patients at ArchWell Health will receive care that is well coordinated, as compared to the fragmented care that many seniors experience today, according to the company.

“The healthcare needs of the senior population are often multi-faceted, so our goal is to establish longterm relationships to monitor and respond to the physical and emotional needs of our patients,” says Carl Whitmer, co-founder, and CEO of ArchWell Health. “At each ArchWell Health center, our primary care providers will be supported by social, nutritional and behavioral health services teams to ensure the care our patients may need; allowing our patients to achieve the best quality of life physically, mentally and emotionally.”

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