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Maricopa Integrated Health System

 Patient and General Information (602) 344-5011
For medical emergencies, call 9-1-1

 2601 East Roosevelt Street, Phoenix, AZ 85008
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Patient Care

If you would like to discuss patient care, please call 602-344-1200.

You can also use the following form to present a claim to Maricopa County Special Health Care District that complies with the requirements of A.R.S. § 12-821.01, which defines the requirements for filing a claim against a public entity in the State of Arizona. It is important to complete all items on the form in order to comply with state law. Failure to do so may result in your claim being rejected. Filing a valid claim will always remain your sole responsibility.

To download the Notice of Claim Form, please click the link below:

Notice of Claim Form: Download PDF

Please Note:  Maricopa County Special Health Care District was formed on January 1, 2005. Prior to that date Maricopa Medical Center and Maricopa Integrated Health Systems were administrative subdivisions of Maricopa County. The District and the County are separate and distinct political subdivisions of the State of Arizona. Service on the District does not constitute service on the County for any purpose, and service on the County does not constitute service on the District for any purpose. If you wish to preserve any claim that you may have against either the District or the County, you must serve a notice of claim on that entity. 

Privacy or Ethics Concerns

If you would like to discuss a privacy or ethical matter please contact our compliance line at 1-866-333-MIHS (6447). Your call is important to us. Calls placed to this line are private and will remain anonymous. 

 

Personal Health Records 

To request copies of your medical record, or if you would like information about patient medical records; please visit our Personal Health Records page.

Phone: (602) 344-5266 and Fax: (602) 344-5092 

Public Records Requests

If you would like to submit a public records request with Maricopa County Special Health Care District, please email our District Records Manager directly by filling out the email form below and selecting “Public Records” as your topic.  If you have any questions about the process regarding your request, visit our Public Records Request page.

 

Billing 

If you wish to discuss a statement, bill, or financial matter please call our customer service line at 602-344-8181.

Our billing department is open Monday – Friday, 8am to 5pm. If you reach us outside of business hours your request will be responded to within one to two business days. 

Lost and Found 

If you have misplaced an item while visiting one of our facilities please contact our lost and found by callilng 602.344.5277.  
 

Email

To contact us by email please submit the following form. You should expect a response within the next 48 hours.

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