Verde Valley Medical Center’s Sedona Campus
Celebrating more than 15 years, Verde Valley Medical Center’s Sedona Campus continues to provide high-quality healthcare to Sedona residents and visitors. The 43-acre campus on State Route 89A in West Sedona offers 24/7 emergency care, advanced cancer services and heart and vascular specialists. VVMC – Sedona Campus offers two primary care offices staffed with board-certified internal medicine providers and a pediatric physician.
For more information about VVMC – Sedona Campus or to make an appointment, call 928 204-3000.
24-Hour Emergency Services
Receiving 12 national customer satisfaction awards, VVMC – Sedona Campus provides physician-staffed Emergency Services around the clock to treat injuries and illnesses that interrupt vacations to life-threatening emergencies. Physicians are supported by skilled registered nurses trained in Advanced Cardiac Life Support, Pediatric Advanced Life Support and Advanced Trauma Life Support. Many patients are treated and released; those requiring additional care are transported to the nearest appropriate hospital.
For more information about Emergency Services, call 928 204-4100.
Cancer Centers of Northern Arizona Healthcare – Sedona Campus
Verde Valley Medical Center (VVMC) and the Cancer Centers of Northern Arizona Healthcare – Sedona (CCNAH-Sedona) are elevating the cancer care available in the Verde Valley through an affiliation agreement with The University of Arizona Cancer Center (UACC). The affiliation is the only one like it in Central and Northern Arizona and leverages the strengths of these respected and established organizations to expand treatment options for cancer patients throughout the region.
The Cancer Centers of Northern Arizona Healthcare – Sedona Campus provides radiation and medical oncology services with board-certified oncologists who utilize the most current technologies and programs:
• Breast Cancer Resource Center: Certified breast health navigators provide education, patient support, prevention programs, nutritional counseling, breast prosthesis fittings and assist with the selection of mastectomy bras, hats and wigs.
• Brachytherapy: Small, rice-sized radioactive seeds placed into the prostate gland give off low-dose radiation to the tumor over six months to treat prostate cancer.
• Intensity Modulated Radiation Therapy (IMRT): IMRT pinpoints difficult-to-treat tumors and the sophisticated software configures the radiation beam to match the shape of the tumor while adjusting the exposure during treatment.
• Image Guided Radiation Therapy (IGRT): IGRT improves the precision and effectiveness of cancer treatments through high-resolution images that pinpoint tumor sites.
• Support Groups: CCNAH – Sedona offers support groups for patients, family members and caregivers who are affected by cancer. The “Chat Room” offers support for all types of cancer while “Heads Up!” focuses on head and neck cancer. Several free “Lunch & Learn” luncheons are hosted every year to offer additional support and discuss relevant topics.
Phone: 928 204-4160
Laboratory and Imaging Services
Lab tests, X-rays, digital mammography, CT scans and EKGs are available during business hours Monday through Friday. Medical imaging is available 24/7 for emergencies.
To schedule a mammogram, call 928 639-6580.
Heart & Vascular Center of Northern Arizona (HVCNA)
The Heart & Vascular Center of Northern Arizona offers a comprehensive line of cardiology services including diagnostic, interventional and traditional and minimally invasive surgical treatment options. A recent addition to the services is electrophysiology.
With the expansion of the heart and vascular program and the employment of world-class physicians, The Heart & Vascular Center of Northern Arizona offers a regionalized approach to the delivery of cardiovascular services, including diagnostic and interventional catheterization for cardiac and vascular disease, and cardiothoracic (open heart) surgical procedures.
The physicians are supported by a specially trained professional staff of critical care and cardiac cath lab registered nurses, nurse practitioners, cardiac radiologic technologists, ECG/cardiology technicians, nuclear medicine technologists, respiratory and physical therapists, exercise physiologists, registered dietitians, pharmacists, patient care technicians and social workers/case managers.
To schedule an appointment, call 877 928-WELL.
Rehabilitation & Sports Medicine
VVMC’s EntireCare Rehab & Sports Medicine, with facilities in Sedona and the Village of Oak Creek, offers comprehensive sports medicine therapy; physical, occupational and hand therapy; and speech and language therapy. Licensed therapists provide rehabilitation after injury or surgery, as well as treatment to decrease pain and increase range of motion for chronic degenerative conditions.
To learn more or to schedule an appointment, call 928 639-6383.
Verde Valley Orthopedic Associates
Verde Valley Medical Center's Orthopedic program provides highly skilled specialists who focus on the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of bone and joint injuries and diseases of the bones, joints, muscles or other parts of the musculoskeletal system.
To schedule an appointment, call 928 634-1112.
Family Health Providers
The Family Health Providers is a full service healthcare practice. As a service of Verde Valley Medical Center, there are nine primary care providers in four clinic locations throughout the greater Verde Valley area. Family Health Providers included physicians, physician assistants and nurse practitioners who specialize in family medicine and/or internal medicine. Services include immunizations and vaccines, preventative healthcare and women specific services.
Mark Pico, M.D. and Janett Schor, M.D. are seeing patients at the VVMC - Sedona Campus. To schedule an appointment, call 928 204-4944.