Northern Arizona's Most Trusted Health Care Expert:
North Country Health Care
North Country HealthCare
2920 North 4th Street
Why they are an Expert...
North Country HealthCare is not only here for you, but for your entire family too! At North Country HealthCare we offer many services including: primary care, OBGYN care, pediatric care, dental care, pharmacy services, integrative medicine and acupuncture, general lab services, radiology, diabetes education and self-management, behavioral health, HIV/AIDS support and prevention, radiation exposure screening and education, sexual assault support and prevention and screening for breast, cervical and colorectal cancer. Our employees are trained in many customer service techniques to enhance each patient's experience.
North Country HealthCare is a local organization with deep roots in Flagstaff and 13 satellite locations stretching across the I-40 corridor between New Mexico and California. We treat patients like they are members of our family. Each patient deserves to have an enjoyable experience at North Country HealthCare.
Because we are a community driven organization we give back to northern Arizona in many ways. North Country HealthCare is home to the John H. Caskey Endowment which provides enduring support for the healthcare needs of the uninsured and underinsured in the region. Throughout the year the fund may assist patients with purchasing medications, medical equipment, living condition modifications, transportation, medical items not covered by insurance, basic needs, or other financial assistance where needed. Our mission is our patients. Make North Country HealthCare your primary care provider of choice today!
Most recently answered questions
Q: What are the hours of operation for North Country HealthCare Flagstaff?
A: North Country HealthCare is open from 7:00 am – 7:00 pm Monday through Friday and from 8:00 am – 5:00 pm on Saturdays. Walk-ins are welcome!
Q: Does North Country HealthCare ONLY serve the disenfranchised population?
A: No, in fact, the more patients that North Country HealthCare treats with commercial insurance the better. By billing and collecting from commercial insurance North Country is able to create a steady flow of revenue which allows us to treat more of the disenfranchised population.
Q: Do you have to have insurance to be seen at North Country HealthCare?
A: No, at North Country HealthCare we accept commercial insurance, Medicare and Medicaid. If you do not have any coverage we can help you apply for Medicaid (AHCCCS) and if you do not qualify you can be put on a sliding fee scale based on your income and family size.
Q: Does North Country HealthCare accept new patients?
A: YES! North Country HealthCare is one of the few places in the region that is ALWAYS accepting new patients regardless of your health coverage. Whether you are looking for a permanent primary care provider or you have a visitor in town that suddenly comes down with an illness, North Country HealthCare will always schedule new patients in a timely manner.
Q: Does North Country HealthCare have medical providers that speak Spanish?
A: Yes, we have several medical providers that speak Spanish. We also have several Spanish speaking employees that are available to answer all questions and help patients navigate through North Country.
Q: Do you have to be a medical patient to be seen in the dental department?
A: No, anyone can become a patient of North Country HealthCare Dental. To make an appointment for North Country HealthCare Dental call 928.213.6151.
Q: Do you need to be a patient to use the pharmacy?
A: Yes, in order to use our pharmacy and receive discounted prescriptions you do need to be a patient of North Country HealthCare.
Q: How soon should children be seen by a dentist?
A: The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommends that a child be seen by a dentist as soon as his or her first tooth appears and no later than 12 months of age. A dental visit at an early age is a well baby check-up for the teeth. Your child's oral heath affects their overall health. Tooth decay is a major cause of illness in children. On average, Arizona children have five teeth affected by tooth decay, three times higher than the national average. Parents can brush and floss children's teeth daily as soon as the first tooth appears.
Q: How can you qualify for free breast, cervical and colorectal cancer screenings?
A: To qualify for the Well Woman HealthCheck Program you must be a woman over 40 who meets specific income guidelines. To qualify for the Fit at Fifty HealthCheck Program you must be over 50 and you also must meet specific income guidelines. To see if you qualify call the HealthCheck programs at 928.213.6104.
Q: How can you qualify for free radiation exposure screenings?
A: North Country Healthcare will medically screen (basic physical exam, urinalysis, blood work, and chest X-ray) any individual who resided in the following areas for 2 years between January 21, 1951 - October 31,1958 or during the month of July 1962 (downwinders): Apache County, Coconino County, Gila County, Mohave County (north of the Grand Canyon), Navajo County and Yavapai County. We will also screen individuals who participated in an on-site test involving atmospheric detonation or individuals who transported uranium ore or canadium-uranium ore between January 1, 1942 and December 31, 1971. To see if you qualify call RESEP at 774.6299.
Q: What prenatal care options does North Country HealthCare offer?
A: North Country HealthCare offers a prenatal care package which includes all prenatal visits, routine lab visits, ultrasounds and a 50% discount on prenatal vitamins. This package is great for mothers-to-be that do not have health insurance. We also offer a group prenatal care plan called Centering Pregnancy. If you choose to join this program you will be placed with a group of women with similar due dates. During your pregnancy you will meet 10 times to share questions and concerns while discovering solutions. At each session you will have time to meet with a healthcare provider. For more information call 928.213.6100 ext 2052.
Q: Does North Country HealthCare host any community events?
A: Yes, North Country hosts three large community events throughout the year. In the spring we co-host a large health fair geared towards small business employees and employers. At this fair we provide many free health screenings, healthy snacks and health advice. In the summer we host a golf classic fundraiser. All proceeds from this event go to the John H. Caskey Endowment. North Country HealthCare also hosts the Flagstaff Marathon at the Flagstaff Nordic Center. In the fall, runners from near and far come to run in the 10k, the half marathon or the full marathon.
Tip of the month
North Country HealthCare would like to remind you to brush and floss your teeth regularly. Oral hygiene is important and will keep not only your mouth healthy but also your entire body. To make an appointment with North Country HealthCare Dental please call 928.213.6151.