ASAP Health Solutions services all of Maricopa County including cities such as Phoenix, Scottsdale, Mesa, Chandler, Gilbert, Glendale, Peoria, and others. We can make in home visits and/or telehealth visits. We can visit you in private homes, Group Homes or communities with Assisted Living, Independent Living and Memory Care. Telehealth services are available statewide in Arizona.
Our physicians are trained in Internal Medicine and Family Practice. In addition, our nurse practitioners have trained in diverse settings. We specialize in adult and geriatric medicine.
1. Medication management: This includes prescribing and monitoring medications to treat acute and chronic health conditions and ensuring that patients understand how to take their medications safely and effectively.
2. Routine physical exams: This includes a comprehensive medical history and physical examination to assess overall health, detect any potential health problems, and provide preventive care.
3. Immunizations: This includes administering vaccinations to prevent infectious diseases, such as influenza, measles, and tetanus.
4. Management of chronic diseases: This includes the ongoing management of chronic health conditions, such as diabetes, hypertension, and asthma.
5. Screening and diagnostic tests: This includes ordering and interpreting laboratory tests, imaging studies, and other diagnostic tests to evaluate a patient's health status and detect potential health problems.
6. Counseling and education: This includes providing counseling and education on topics such as nutrition, exercise, stress management, and smoking cessation.
7. Referral to specialists: This includes referring patients to specialists for further evaluation and treatment of complex or specialized health conditions.
8. Mental health services: This includes assessing and treating common mental health conditions, such as depression and anxiety, and providing counseling and referrals to mental health specialists when appropriate.
1. Complete Blood Count (CBC): This test is used to measure the number of red and white blood cells and platelets in the blood.
2. Basic Metabolic Panel (BMP): This test measures the levels of electrolytes, glucose, and other substances in the blood, which helps to evaluate kidney function, blood sugar levels, and electrolyte balance.
3. Comprehensive Metabolic Panel (CMP): This test includes the BMP and additional tests to measure liver function and protein levels in the blood.
4. Lipid Panel: This test measures the levels of cholesterol and triglycerides in the blood, which can help to evaluate the risk of heart disease.
5. Thyroid Function Tests: These tests measure the levels of thyroid hormones and thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH) in the blood, which can help to evaluate thyroid function and diagnose thyroid disorders.
6. Blood Glucose Tests: These tests measure the levels of glucose in the blood, which can help to diagnose diabetes and evaluate blood sugar control.
7. Coagulation Panel: This test measures the blood's ability to clot and can help to diagnose blood clotting disorders.
8. Hepatic Function Panel: This test measures liver function by evaluating the levels of liver enzymes and other substances in the blood.
9. Urinalysis: Although not a blood test, urinalysis is often ordered at the same time as blood tests to evaluate kidney function and detect urinary tract infections.
10. Vitamin D Tests: These tests measure the level of vitamin D in the blood, which can help to diagnose vitamin D deficiency and monitor treatment.
11. Diabetes testing: including HgbA1C
1. Chest X-ray: This is a common X-ray test that provides an image of the chest, including the heart, lungs, and other surrounding structures.
2. Abdominal X-ray: This test provides an image of the abdominal organs, such as the stomach, liver, spleen, and intestines.
3. Bone X-ray: This test is used to evaluate bones for fractures, tumors, and other abnormalities.
4. Spinal X-ray: This test is used to evaluate the spine for fractures, scoliosis, and other abnormalities.
5. Sinus X-ray: This test provides an image of the sinuses, which can help to diagnose sinus infections and other sinus-related conditions.
6. Joint X-ray: This test is used to evaluate the joints, such as the knee, shoulder, and hip, for arthritis and other conditions.
7. Doppler ultrasound: This is a type of ultrasound that uses sound waves to evaluate blood flow in the veins and arteries.
8. Abdominal ultrasound: This test is used to evaluate the abdominal organs, such as the liver, pancreas, and gallbladder.
1. Discharge planning: This includes the preparation of a comprehensive plan for a patient's care after discharge from a hospital or other healthcare setting.
2. Medication management: This includes ensuring that a patient's medications are accurately prescribed, reconciled, and managed during the transition of care.
3. Care coordination: This includes collaboration among healthcare providers to ensure continuity of care across different settings and providers.
4. Patient education: This includes providing patients and their caregivers with education and resources to help them manage their health and navigate the healthcare system during and after the transition of care.
5. Follow-up care: This includes scheduling and coordinating follow-up appointments and services, such as home health care or rehabilitation services, to help patients continue their recovery and manage their health.
1. Skilled nursing care: This includes services provided by licensed nurses, such as wound care, medication management, and monitoring of vital signs.
2. Physical therapy: This includes services provided by licensed physical therapists to help patients regain mobility, strength, and flexibility after an illness, injury, or surgery.
3. Occupational therapy: This includes services provided by licensed occupational therapists to help patients regain their ability to perform daily living activities, such as dressing, bathing, and cooking.
4. Speech therapy: This includes services provided by licensed speech-language pathologists to help patients improve their communication skills and ability to swallow.
1. Assessment and evaluation: This includes a thorough assessment of the wound to determine the type, severity, and underlying cause, as well as any factors that may be impeding healing.
2. Cleaning and debridement: This includes cleaning the wound and removing any dead or damaged tissue to promote healing.
3. Dressing changes: This includes the application of appropriate wound dressings, such as gauze, foam, or hydrocolloids, to protect the wound and promote healing.
4. Compression therapy: This includes the use of compression bandages or stockings to improve circulation and reduce swelling in the affected area.
5. Advanced therapies: This includes the use of advanced wound care therapies, such as negative pressure wound therapy or hyperbaric oxygen therapy, to promote healing in difficult-to-treat wounds.
1. Personal care services: This includes assistance with activities of daily living, such as bathing, grooming, and dressing, as well as mobility assistance and medication reminders.
2. Homemaking services: This includes assistance with household tasks, such as cleaning, laundry, and meal preparation, to help patients maintain a safe and healthy living environment.
3. Companionship services: This includes socialization and companionship activities, such as conversation, games, and outings, to help prevent isolation and loneliness.
1. Pain and symptom management: This includes the management of pain and other distressing symptoms associated with the patient's terminal illness to ensure their comfort.
2. Skilled nursing care: This includes services provided by licensed nurses to provide medical care, such as wound care and medication management, and to monitor the patient's health status.
3. Spiritual and emotional support: This includes counseling and support provided by chaplains and other spiritual care professionals to address the patient's spiritual and emotional needs and those of their family members.
4. Home health aide services: This includes services provided by trained aides to assist with personal care, such as bathing and dressing, and to provide respite care for family members.
5. Bereavement support: This includes counseling and support provided to the patient's family members before and after the patient's death to help them cope with the loss.
We accept online payments through PayPal. Payments can also be mailed to: ASAP Health Solutions, 29455 N Cave Creek Rd, Ste 118-605, Cave Creek, AZ 85331
29455 N Cave Creek RdSte #118-605Cave Creek, AZ 85331
Monday-Friday7 a.m. - 4 p.m.Closed daily for lunch12 - 1 p.m.
Tel: (602) 996-5595Fax: (602) 996-5610