Sun Life Family Health Center’s Outreach & Enrollment Specialists have been trained by the Arizona Association of Community Health Centers to provide application assistance and screening for state funded health insurance programs, including AHCCCS and KidsCare II. Our staff uses a web-based, streamlined process over the internet, which provides the applicant quicker processing (than paper application) and shorter wait times for application determination. And often there is no need for a separate interview with a DES or AHCCCS caseworker.
Sun Life Discount Plan
Sun Life provides quality health care to all people who use our services, regardless of their ability to pay. If you are uninsured, you may quality for Sun Life’s sliding fee discount. Sliding fee discounts allow patients to pay variable rates for services, depending on household size and income. Sun Life’s services available through sliding fee include:
To learn more about Sun Life’s enrollment assistance, or to qualify for Sun Life’s discounted services, contact one of our offices to learn about eligibility, schedule an application appointment and learn about required documents. All applicants are required to provide documentation verifying residence, income and family size. (Outreach & Enrollment -520-381-0394)
Community Health Needs Assessment
Sun Life Family Health Center continually evaluates existing and emerging healthcare needs of the target population and community to determine optimal allocation of health center resources and services throughout Pinal County. The Report of Findings from our most recent Community Health Needs Assessment for the Pinal County Service Area highlights the results from all evaluation activities conducted in 2012, including surveys, focus groups and a joint priority-setting meeting.
Community Health Needs Assessment Report - February 2013
Appendix A - County Community Health Profile
Appendix B - Agency Survey Respondents
Appendix C - Focus Group Questionnaire
Appendix D - Community Health Survey
Appendix E - List of Participants of the Joint Priority Meeting
Appendix F - Small Group Discussion Notes - Joint Priority Setting Meeting
Appendix G - List of Data Sources
We hope our community partners will utilize this information as part of their planning efforts for delivering services to the population in Pinal County. We also value input and feedback from all residents and encourage their participation as informed consumers in the health care market.
In Case of Emergency
If you feel you are experiencing a medical EMERGENCY, go to the hospital’s Emergency Department,
or call 9-1-1.
Before you call or visit please be sure to write down any question you have regarding your health. Please keep handy a list of ALL the medications you are currently taking. Please be sure to provide us with the most recent and correct insurance identification card - without proper information from you, the insurance may deny the claim, and you may be responsible for the charges.