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Insurance Plans We Accept

We participate in Medicare as well as most major private insurance plans. Additionally, we participate in many Medicare Advantage plans as well as a number of AHCCCS options. Plans we accept are listed below. We will do our best to keep this list up to date and accurate, however please always inquire about our participation in your specific plan when scheduling a new appointment, as our provider status may change without notice.

Commercial Plans

  • Administrative Enterprises
  • Aetna US Healthcare PPO and HMO-(Managed thru Schaller Anderson)
  • AmeriBen
  • Arizona Foundation for Medical Care
  • Arizona Medical Network (RanAm)
  • Banner Health Care
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield HMO, PPO, Federal and Out of State
  • Cigna PPO, Open Access Plus and HMO
  • Cofinity
  • Coventry Advantra Freedom Network
  • Eye Med
  • First Health
  • GHI
  • Healthnet
  • Humana PPO
  • Mailhandlers
  • Medicare
  • Mountain State Administrative Services
  • PHS/Multiplan Network
  • Southwest Administrators
  • Superior Vision
  • Tricare Health Care Alliance
  • United Healthcare

Medicare Advantage Plans

  • AARP Medicare Complete (United Health Care)
  • Advantra Freedom Coventry Health Plan
  • Aetna Medicare Open Plan
  • Any, Any, Any Plan (Universal Health Care)
  • AP/IPA Personal Care Plus
  • BCBS Medicare Advantage
  • Evercare
  • Health Choice Generations
  • Healthnet Medicare Advantage
  • Humana Medicare Advantage
  • Mercy Care Advantage
  • MVP
  • Pyramid
  • Secure Horizons (most plans)
  • Unicare Security Choice
  • USAA Preferred Care
  • Wellcare

AHCCCS Plans

  • Arizona Physicians IPA (APIPA)
  • Health Choice
  • Mercy Care Plan
  • Pima Long Term Care
  • QMB

Exclusive Offer

New Patients receive 15% OFF Second Pair of Complete Glasses!

Hours of Operation

Our Regular Schedule

Offices Hours

Monday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Location

Find us on the map

Main Office and Surgery Center

5599 North Oracle Rd.
Tucson, AZ 85704

Phone: 520-293-6740

Rooney Ranch Office

10425 N. Oracle Rd., Suite 135
Tucson, AZ 85737

Phone: 520-293-6740

Arizona Eye Laser Center

6837 N. Oracle Rd, Suite 15
Tucson, AZ 85704

Phone: 520-293-6740

Testimonials

Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

  • "FABULOUS! They are all kind, professional and know what they are doing!!"
    Nanci M.
  • "Dr. Bakewell explains everything .pros and cons . I would recommend him 💯 %"
    Connie P.
  • "What a great job! I was 20/800 did prk now am 20/15 in just one month.well worth it.thank you very much to all there staff"
    Antonio C.
  • "Excellent surgeons that are caring people too! Great job."
    Rob M.

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