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Latest Announcement

March 16, 2020

Dear Patients:
 
The SCNM Medical Center, Neil Riordan Center for Regenerative Medicine, and SCNM Medicinary have been closely monitoring the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. One of the six naturopathic principles is prevention. As naturopathic physicians, it is our duty to assess all risk factors to create an individualized approach for illness prevention for our patients.
 
SCNM Medical Center, Neil Riordan Center, and Medicinary are all open and operating under normal business hours. We are continuing to care for our patients. Because we are committed to the health and safety of our patients, students, staff, and the public, we are following all precautions recommended by the Arizona Department of Health and the criteria, which is evolving, from the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention.

Medical Center Patients:
Phone: 480-428-3232

  • We are accepting new patients who do not show signs of fever, cough, shortness of breath, fatigue, and/or sore throat.
  • If you are an existing patient, the Medical Center is also available for phone consult appointments if you are ill or would prefer a phone consult at this time. Please call 480-428-3232 to schedule an appointment and the provider will call you at your appointment time.
  • Any Medicinary, SCNM Medical Center, and Neil Riordan Center for Regenerative Medicine patients who show signs of fever, cough, shortness of breath, fatigue, and/or sore throat are asked to call the front desk before they arrive on campus. We can provide guidance about whether you should come to the clinic, schedule a phone consult, or wait until your symptoms are gone.


Neil Riordan Center Patients:
Phone: 480-970-0000 (Press Option 1)

  • We are accepting new patients who do not show signs of fever, cough, shortness of breath, fatigue, and/or sore throat.
  • The Neil Riordan Center providers do not see any patients who are acutely ill. If you are not feeling well please call us to reschedule your appointment, there will be no fee for cancellation due to illness.
  • If you have an existing follow-up appointment, you may call the front desk to determine if your appointment can be converted into a phone consult.
  • Any Medicinary, SCNM Medical Center, and Neil Riordan Center for Regenerative Medicine patients who show signs of fever, cough, shortness of breath, fatigue, and/or sore throat are asked to call the front desk before they arrive on campus. We can provide guidance about whether you should come to the clinic or wait until your symptoms are gone.


Medicinary customers:
Phone: 480-970-0001 

  • The Medicinary is open to the public and operating under normal store hours.
  • Our staff is available to take orders over the phone.
  • We can add shipping cost to your order if you would like your items delivered to your home.
  • If you are unable to exit your vehicle, please park within view of the Medicinary, call us, and a staff member can deliver to you curbside.
  • If you cannot leave your home, you can also create a free FullScript account and order online
  • Any Medicinary customer who show signs of fever, cough, shortness of breath, fatigue, and/or sore throat are asked to call prior to entering the store so a health provider can assess your symptoms.

 
IMPORTANT: At this time, SCNM clinics are unable to test for coronavirus. If you are sick with COVID-19 or suspect you are infected with a virus that causes COVID-19, please follow the steps recommended by the AZ Department of Health Services and CDC regarding self-isolation.  Please call us, your doctor, or the health department to arrange for testing by the health department.

To decrease risks, we are limiting the amount of non-essential visitors inside our clinics. A caregiver is permitted to accompany you but otherwise, we are asking for all visits to be patients only. 

We hope you will join us in our efforts to take proper precautions during this challenging time. Together we can continue to provide all members of our community the opportunity to obtain optimal health, naturally.
 
Remember to take steps to keep yourself healthy—wash your hands, avoid touching your face, and practice appropriate self-care, including staying home when you are sick.

FAQs

FAQs:

  • Are you still open?
    • SCNM Medical Center, Neil Riordan Center, and Medicinary are all open and operating under normal business hours. We are continuing to care for our patients. Because we are committed to the health and safety of our patients, students, staff, and the public, we are following all precautions recommended by the Arizona Department of Health and the criteria, which is evolving, from the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention.
  • Who can I bring with me to my appointment?
    • To decrease risks, we are limiting the amount of non-essential visitors inside our clinics. A caregiver is permitted to accompany you but otherwise, we are asking for all visits to be patients only. 
  • What are your new hours?
    • Monday, March 23:  8am-5pm
    • Tuesday, March 24:  12pm-5pm
    • Wednesday, March 25:  8am-5pm
    • Thursday, March 26:  8am-5pm
    • Friday, March 27:   CLOSED
    • Monday, March 30:  8am-5pm
    • Tuesday, March 31:  12pm- 5pm
    • Wednesday, April 1: 8am-5pm
    • Thursday, April 2:  8am-5pm
    • Friday, April 3:  8am-6pm
  • Can you test me for Coronavirus (COVID-19)?
    • At this time, SCNM clinics are unable to test for coronavirus. If you are sick with COVID-19 or suspect you are infected with a virus that causes COVID-19, please follow the steps recommended by the AZ Department of Health Services and CDC regarding self-isolation.  Please call us, your doctor, or the health department to arrange for testing by the health department.
  • I have an existing appointment, are there other options than coming in?
    • Depending on your needs, you may be able to change your appointment to a phone consult. Please call our front desk to schedule an appointment and the provider will call you at your appointment time.