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Urgent Care

Are you suffering from a sore throat, cough, earache, rash, bladder infection or seasonal allergies?

Come in for a 5 minute Quick Visit!

Monday – Friday
7:00 AM – 8:00 AM

No appointment necessary.
Established patients only.

Coronavirus Information

Office Hours

Mon - Thu
7:30am - 4:00pm
7:30am - 12:00pm

Urgent Care Quick Visits

Mon - Fri
7:00am - 8:00am


Call to schedule an appointment.

Telemedicine Visits

As of July 19 2021, we will no longer be treating patients via Telemedicine visits. Please call to schedule an in office appointment.

Flu Vaccinations

If you haven’t had your yearly Flu Vaccine, it is available in our office for our established patients.

Our excellent staff is ready and willing to get this done for your protection.

We can assist you from 8:00 – 3:30 Monday through Thursday, and 8:00 to noon on Friday.

Our Staff

New Patient Information

What to Bring to Your First Appointment

  • Completed Paperwork
  • Insurance Card
  • Driver's license
  • Co-pay (cash or credit card)
  • Directions


6112 E Brown Road
Mesa, AZ 85205

Office Hours

Monday - Thursday
7:30am - 4pm

7:30am - 12pm

Closed for Lunch
12pm - 1pm

Skyline News

  • Have you had your annual exam?

    Read about the Skyline Medicine annual exam policy here.

    Annual Wellness Exam

    The Annual Exam is a necessary component for providing comprehensive healthcare for you and your family members. During this exam, Skyline providers are able to review age-appropriate medical guidelines and preventative recommendations that can protect you and your loved ones from unfortunate medical outcomes. A typical annual exam takes about 15 minutes.

    Annual Wellness Exam Form

    Frequently asked questions:

    What if there are elements of the annual exam that I refuse to have done?

    Of interest, Skyline Medicine is following current national cancer screening recommendations by not routinely performing rectal, breast, and prostate exams unless family or personal medical history warrants them. Feel free to refuse any part of the exam with which you’re uncomfortable. Skyline providers will always offer, encourage, and advocate optimal health measures but will never coerce.

    I recently had an annual exam with another medical provider. Do I need another annual exam with Skyline as well?

    Yes. All new patients to Skyline Medicine will receive an annual exam during their first visit so our providers can review all medical conditions, medications, medication interactions, medical history, allergies to medications, past medical records, family history, recent hospitalizations, lab work, immunization history, living situation, and all other relevant medical information that will ensure a thorough and accurate first visit for all of our patients. During the first visit it is critical that the information provided in the new patient paper work is as accurate as possible because medical decision-making for the first and future visits depends on it. For established patients, if you are here for a scheduled office visit and it has been more than 1 year since you’ve had an annual exam with Skyline Medicine, we will perform the annual exam during this visit.

    What if I’m a new patient and need only medication refills or a simple office visit. Do I still need an annual exam?

    In order to ensure optimal medical care, an annual exam needs to be done once a year by a Skyline provider. Please remember that at Skyline Medicine, we pride ourselves in caring for the entire individual. An annual exam is the hallmark of safe and proper medical care.

    My gynecologist does an annual exam every year. Should Skyline Medicine also do an annual exam for me?

    Yes. Gynecologists are experts in women’s health, Skyline providers are experts in general medicine. We also offer pap smears, in-house DEXA scans, and mammogram orders where appropriate. During the annual exam, our providers also monitor vital organs like the heart and circulatory system, lungs, kidneys, neurological system, etc. We also evaluate your emotional and social well-being.

    Do you have a list of cash prices for the annual exam?

    Yes. If you are paying upfront for your visit because you either don’t have insurance or are confident that your insurance company won’t cover the annual exam, we can provide a list of annual exam prices. Most insurance companies cover one annual exam per year but we recommend all of our patients to verify coverage with their insurance company before being seen.

  • Accepted Insurance Plans

    Insurances currently accepted: View Insurance Plans.

    Insurance Plans Accepted by Skyline Medicine
    • Blue Cross Blue Shield Medicare Advantage Classic and Plus HMO with Prefix M2K
    • BCBS Medicare Advantage PPO known as BlueJourney PPO
    • Straight Medicare (Patient may want a supplement for Prescriptions)
    • Aetna Medicare Advantage through OPTUM –
    • Humana National network
    • Humana Gold Plus HMO
    • Humana Employer HMO
    • TriCare
    • UHC AARP Lifeprint HCAD7
    • AARP Medicare Advantage HMO plan 1 and plan 2
    • AARP Medicare Advantage PPO Walgreens Plan 1 and 2
    • Many Cigna plans
    • Blue Cross Blue Shield commercial

    Please call with any questions.

  • What is the FLU?

    A disease caused by virus infecting the respiratory tract.

    Very common (More than 3 million cases per year in US)

    Transmitted through airborne exposure May be preventable by vaccine

    Rarely requires lab test or imaging

    Treatment from medical professional advised

    Can last several days or weeks

    Caused by influenza virus infection. Treatment include medications and self-care.


    Following are the symptoms of flu:
    • Fever
    • Malaise
    • Headache
    • Runny nose
    • Postnasal drip
    • Sneezing
    • Reduced sense of smell
    • Metallic taste in mouth
    • Chills
    • Cough
    • Body pain or muscle pain
    • Sore throat
  • Covid-19 Tests

    Covid-19 tests do not require a written order. Possible test sites are:

    If you need a written order, please call to schedule an appointment.