Sundance Medical Associates, PLLC

Sundance Medical Associates, PLLC We are a family practice office located in Gilbert, AZ. Check out our website at www.sundancemedical.org
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05/18/2021

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It’s a myth that the vitamin C in lemons and limes will prevent a cold. But you do need it to keep your immune system running at peak levels. Taking it at the first sign of the sniffles may help you feel better faster. 🍋 https://wb.md/3uZC9nx

05/17/2021

Primarily Back office, may float to front office occasionally. Referrals, Injections, DME orders, EKGs, assist with PAPs and minor procedures such as mole removal

05/17/2021

Back Office, Front office, Referrals

05/09/2021

Happy Mother’s Day!

05/06/2021

Skin Cancer Awareness

Your skin has a tough job, and a lifetime of exposure to the elements can take its toll. Although you can’t turn back the clock, it’s possible to have healthy skin at any age. These simple lifestyle changes can help rejuvenate your skin, so it looks and feels healthier.

Limit sun exposure
The sun’s ultraviolet (UV) rays can cause wrinkles, age spots, other skin problems and even cancer. Protect yourself by avoiding the sun during peak times of the day. Wearing a lightweight long-sleeved shirt, wide-brim hat and sunglasses provides additional protection.

Wear sunscreen
Apply sunscreen with SPF 30 or higher before venturing outside and reapply every couple of hours, more often if you’re swimming or active. And remember your lips. Look for a lip balm with SPF 30 to help prevent burning and chapping.

Kick the habit
Smoking damages your skin and accelerates skin aging. Cigarette smoke narrows the blood vessels, causing a decrease of blood flow to the skin. This can deplete the skin of important nutrients. Smoking also harms the collagen and elastin in the skin, which affect the skin’s strength and elasticity. Quitting smoking can prevent further skin damage and reduce the risk of cancer.

Eat right
A well-balanced diet can provide the nutrients your skin needs. Eating plenty of fruits, vegetables, whole grains and lean proteins is good for your health. Limiting unhealthy fats and highly processed foods may also help your skin.

Manage stress
Too much stress can make your skin more sensitive to breakouts and other problems. And when you’re feeling stressed, you may fall into a cycle of unhealthy habits that may take a toll on your skin. Try to manage stress in healthy ways. Go for a walk, talk to a friend, take deep breaths or practice yoga.

Be gentle on your skin
Use comfortably warm, rather than hot, water when washing your face or showering. Hot water is drying to the skin because it removes essential oils. Cleanse with mild soaps and avoid strong detergents and skin products. Keep your skin soft by using a moisturizer that’s right for your skin.

Source: https://www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-lifestyle/adult-health/in-depth/skin-care/art-20048237

05/04/2021

The CDC does not currently recommend testing for immunity to SARS-CoV-2 following COVID-19 vaccination:
• The clinical utility of post-vaccination testing has not been established.
• Antibody tests currently authorized under an EUA have variable sensitivity, specificity, as well as positive and negative predictive values, and are not authorized for the assessment of immune response in vaccinated people.
• The serologic correlates of protection have not been established.
• Antibody testing does not evaluate the cellular immune response, which may also play a role in vaccine-mediated protection.

Free tutoring opportunity 😀
04/30/2021

Free tutoring opportunity 😀

Free tutoring opportunity 😀

04/27/2021

DO MORE by William Arthur Ward

Do more than belong: participate.
Do more than care: help.
Do more than believe: practice.
Do more than be fair: be kind.
Do more than forgive: forget.
Do more than dream: work.
Do more than teach; inspire.
Do more than earn; enrich.
Do more than give; serve.
Do more than live; grow.
Do more than suffer; triumph.

04/25/2021

Happy belated administrative professionals day to Denise Penafiel, the very best there is!

04/23/2021

Thriving Family Medicine Office seeking quality Provider (PA or Nurse Practitioner) to join our growing team/office.

This Position is Extremely Flexible. We are looking to add some patient care hours to our schedule, and would be happy to work with the right provider to suit your schedule. Looking to fill between 2-3 days a week. Potential for telehealth if desired.

We are an established office with good attributes; friendly staff. Pleasant Facilities& Work Environment. Patient population is typical East Valley Families (No Children Under 5) and we accept commercial insurance. Very limited Medicare and Medicaid.

Highly Competitive Pay Structure Including Productivity Incentives

We use the EMR (eClinicalWorks) and Dedicated Desktop and Tablet or Laptop PC's available for provider use. .

This is a truly unique opportunity to work in a stable office setting with experienced providers and staff. The right candidate can look to establish themselves with our office and set a strong foundation for ongoing employment.

Contact Us via Email

compensation: a couple models that can be discussed

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04/20/2021

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04/14/2021

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04/14/2021

Front Office- scheduling, answering phones, patient check in, collect copays, be professional and courteous Back Offce- room patients, taking vitals, injections, in house labs, communicate clearly with Providers and patients, be professional and polite, use EMR Eclinical works Referrals

Recipe of the monthWhole Wheat Apple Pancakes (FoodNetwork)Level: EasyTotal time: 12 minutesYield: 6 servingsIngredients...
04/05/2021
Whole-Wheat Apple Pancakes

Recipe of the month
Whole Wheat Apple Pancakes (FoodNetwork)
Level: Easy
Total time: 12 minutes
Yield: 6 servings

Ingredients
1 cup low-fat buttermilk
¾ cup nonfat milk
2 large eggs
1 tablespoon honey
6 tablespoons pure maple syrup
1 medium apple, diced
¾ cup all-purpose flour
¾ cup whole-wheat flour
2 teaspoons baking powder
½ teaspoon baking soda
¼ teaspoon salt

Directions
Preheat the oven to 250. Put the apple in a microwave-safe bowl and tightly cover with plastic wrap; microwave on high until softened, about 2 minutes.
In a large bowl, whisk the flours, baking powder, baking soda and salt. In a small bowl, whisk the buttermilk, nonfat milk, eggs and honey, then slowly add the dry ingredients, stirring until just combined.
Heat a large nonstick griddle or skillet over medium heat. Spoon 1/4 cup batter onto the griddle for each pancake and sprinkle each with apple, then drizzle a little more batter over the apple. Cook until the tops are bubbly and the edges are dry, about 2 minutes. Flip and cook until golden brown, 1 to 2 more minutes. Keep the pancakes warm on a baking sheet in the oven while making the rest.
Place 2 pancakes on each plate. Drizzle with the syrup.

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Source: https://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/ellie-krieger/whole-wheat-apple-pancakes-recipe-2012287#/

Get Whole-Wheat Apple Pancakes Recipe from Food Network

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04/02/2021

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You can’t make an outbreak of shingles go away any faster, but you can do a lot of things on your own to make yourself more comfortable. https://wb.md/3weaaS9

03/30/2021
Please reach out if you are struggling! 🥲
03/26/2021

Please reach out if you are struggling! 🥲

A new CDC report finds the percentage of adults reporting symptoms of an anxiety or depressive disorder increased during the pandemic. Those needing mental health care but not receiving it also went up. The largest increases were in people 18–29 years old and those with less than a high school education. CDC has strategies to help cope with stress during COVID-19 and how to get help if you’re struggling to cope. Learn more: bit.ly/MMWR32621

03/23/2021

Thriving Family Medicine Office seeking quality Provider (PA or Nurse Practitioner) to join our growing team/office.

This Position is Extremely Flexible. We are looking to add some patient care hours to our schedule, and would be happy to work with the right provider to suit your schedule. Looking to fill between 2-3 days a week. Potential for telehealth if desired.

We are an established office with good attributes; friendly staff. Pleasant Facilities& Work Environment. Patient population is typical East Valley Families (No Children Under 5) and we accept commercial insurance. Very limited Medicare and Medicaid.

Highly Competitive Pay Structure Including Productivity Incentives

We use the EMR (eClinicalWorks) and Dedicated Desktop and Tablet or Laptop PC's available for provider use. .

This is a truly unique opportunity to work in a stable office setting with experienced providers and staff. The right candidate can look to establish themselves with our office and set a strong foundation for ongoing employment.

Contact Us via Email

compensation: a couple models that can be discussed

02/22/2021

Front Office- scheduling, answering phones, patient check in, collect copays, be professional and courteous Back Offce- room patients, taking vitals, injections, in house labs, communicate clearly with Providers and patients, be professional and polite, use EMR Eclinical works Referrals

02/13/2021

Did you hear about the optometrist who fell into his lens grinding machine?

He made a spectacle of himself. 🤓

02/09/2021

Recipe of the month
Sweet & Spicy Mustard Dip with Veggie Dippers (Heart.org)
Level: easy
Total time: 5 minutes

Ingredients
1/3 cup fat-free cream cheese (softened)
½ cup fat-free sour cream
1 tablespoon honey
1 tablespoon cider vinegar
2 teaspoon mustard powder
¼ teaspoon crushed red pepper flakes (optional)
1 pint grape tomatoes or cherry tomatoes
2 cubs baby carrots

Directions
In a medium bowl, add softened cream cheese and sour cream.
Add honey, vinegar, mustard powder, and red pepper flakes (optional). Stir until lumps are dissolved and mixture is combined, at least 1 minute. Taste, adding an additional teaspoon of mustard powder, depending on preference.
Serve immediately with tomatoes and baby carrots; or let chill in the fridge for a couple of hours before serving.

February is American Heart Month  Consider the facts:Heart disease kills more people than all forms of cancer combined.8...
02/02/2021
U.S. commemorates 57th consecutive American Heart Month in February

February is American Heart Month

Consider the facts:
Heart disease kills more people than all forms of cancer combined.
83% believe heart attacks can be prevented but aren’t motivated to do anything.
72% of Americans don’t consider themselves at risk for heart disease.
58% do not put any effort into improving their heart health.
Your lifestyle choices play a large role in your risk for developing heart disease. Healthy eating habits, remaining physically active, quitting smoking, controlling your blood sugar and cholesterol, and treating high blood pressure are all positive ways to decrease your risk for heart disease. Make the choice to live healthier today!

Source: https://www.heart.org/en/around-the-aha/february-marks-56th-consecutive-american-heart-month

It's February – American Heart Month – a time when the nation spotlights heart disease, the No. 1 killer of Americans.

01/18/2021

Front Office- scheduling, answering phones, patient check in, collect copays, be professional and courteous Back Offce- room patients, taking vitals, injections, in house labs, communicate clearly with Providers and patients, be professional and polite, use EMR Eclinical works Referrals

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01/16/2021

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#UPDATE: Arizonans 65 and older will be able to register for #COVID19 vaccine starting at 9 a.m. on Jan. 19 in counties that are currently in prioritized Phase 1B. An estimated 750,000 more Arizonans are being prioritized for the vaccine thanks to updated guidance adding those 65 and older. Details: https://1.azdhs.gov/3iaEsOU

12/19/2020

Front Office- scheduling, answering phones, patient check in, collect copays, be professional and courteous Back Offce- room patients, taking vitals, injections, in house labs, communicate clearly with Providers and patients, be professional and polite, use EMR Eclinical works Referrals

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12/16/2020

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12/10/2020
How to Ease Sciatic Nerve Pain
12/04/2020
How to Ease Sciatic Nerve Pain

How to Ease Sciatic Nerve Pain

Learn ways to get relief from sciatica, such as applying heat or cold, physical therapy, over-the-counter medicine, or an epidural injection.

UK Authorizes Use of Pfizer COVID Vaccine
12/02/2020
UK Authorizes Use of Pfizer COVID Vaccine

UK Authorizes Use of Pfizer COVID Vaccine

The agency will next decide the order for who receives the vaccination, with priority going to “care home residents, health and care staff, the elderly and the clinically extremely vulnerable.

Address

633 E Ray Rd, Ste 133
Gilbert, AZ
85296

Opening Hours

Monday 9am - 5pm
Tuesday 9am - 5pm
Wednesday 9am - 5pm
Thursday 9am - 5pm
Friday 9am - 5pm

Telephone

(480) 782-0609

Products

Primary Care/Family Medicine Office
Emergency Room Staffing
Cosmetic Services (BOTOX, Microderm Abrasion, Chemical Peels, etc.)

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