We understand that navigating healthcare can be challenging. We provide as much assistance to our patients as needed to minimize the headaches. Please see the information below that may answer or assist you with understanding Alium and its medical and behavioral health services.
Below is a list of insurances we accept. Please note that all providers may not be in a network listed. Please confirm the particular provider you want is in your network.
Arizona Care Network / Intel Connected
Arizona Complete Health
Ambetter/Bronze Core plan
Ambetter/Complete HMO/EPO plan
Ambetter Select Gold Silver Bronze
AMBETTER/Core Plan/Silver Core and Bronze/Gold
AmBetter-Select non par
BCBS TriWest Community Care Network
Health Net Federal Services
MERCY CARE PLAN / Mercy Maricopa
Mercy Care Reba
Meritain Health (through Aetna)
What does a primary care provider do?
What is the John Elliott Foundation and why do you work with them?
The John Elliott Foundation (FEF) is a non-profit company that provides education, connections, resources and support that create the best pregnancy in every circumstance.
We value the support we get from JEF. We have been working with them for over 3 years to support our mothers. They have helped with baby essentials like cribs, diapers, baby clothes and so much more. They have provided clothes and financial support for our mothers. Things like money for a down payment on a car, to moving expenses to boots for a job, they have provided so much for the mothers we have in our care.
You can learn more about JEF at this link.
How is Alium Health's primary care different from others?
The way Alium Health delivers primary care is different than most other pcp offices in that we are fully integrated with behavioral health. We believe in it so much that we have providers at every level to provide the support that a patient might need. By offering mental health as part of primary care, we believe that the improvement in your health will set us apart from other providers.
Primary Care Providers have a long-term relationship with you, helping you stay healthy or get better when you’re sick. Your PCP will be your partner, sharing the responsibility for your overall physical and mental health.
Primary Care Providers are called general practitioners because they cover all different types of everyday health concerns. Your PCP can answer questions about infections, chronic conditions, or medicines. With regular visits, such as annual health checkups, your PCP can get to know about you:
Your current state of health.
Your medical history.
Your family’s medical history.
Your treatment preferences and daily challenges.
Your personality and lifestyle.
Health & Wellness
Annual check-ups and well-woman visits will catch issues before they become problems.
Manage your medication and make sure you are taking the correct medicine and dose to be effective.
Chronic Care Management
Our team works to support you and your specialist to get you through the pain of a chronic disease.
Cough and colds happen all year. Make sure that you are back on your feet as fast as possible.