Care focused on you
We offer a full range of primary care to patients in all of Maricopa, Pinal and parts of Pima counties. Your primary care doctor can also connect you to specialists, surgery centers, mental health professionals and helpful services.
- Primary care for ongoing care, checkups, minor injuries and illnesses
- Specialty care for problems that need more than primary care
- Senior care for Annual Wellness Visits and in-home visits
- Urgent care for when you need care fast for non-life-threatening concerns and your doctor isn’t available
- Virtual care to see a provider from home, work or wherever you are
To search for care near you, use the Find care button above.* To learn about your rights and responsibilities as an Optum patient, please see this PDF.
Optum Care Network–Arizona
If you have Medicare, Optum Care Network–Arizona has 700+ primary care doctors, 4,000 specialists and 26 hospitals. Together, we help members live healthier lives.
Are you looking for even more care to keep you healthy? And a plan that gives you the most value? Many Medicare Advantage plans offer more than Original Medicare.
Take a video tour of an Optum Community Center
Our community centers are a welcoming place for people ages 55+. They’re a fun, easy way to stay connected, informed and fit.
Services that make a difference
We offer patients ages 18+ a wide range of travel medicine services, including guidance and shots.
Medicare Advantage care
Find a doctor and a Medicare Advantage plan in Arizona.
If you or a loved one has a serious or long-term medical concern, we offer specialized care.
Online services for Optum Primary Care patients
Want to see your health records, pay a bill, get a medicine refilled and more? The patient portal makes it easy.
Health and wellness resources
Expert insights into Annual Wellness Visits
Listen as one of our nurse practitioners talks about what an Annual Wellness Visit is and why it’s important.
Get the facts about Annual Wellness Visits.
How much water do you need every day?
Health goals that work are S.M.A.R.T.
Accountable care organizations (ACOs)
ACOs are groups of doctors, hospitals and other health care providers that help people on Medicare get the best care possible.
*Types of care and online services vary by location. Check with your doctor’s office or health plan for specific information.