The Mission of the Huntridge Family Clinic is to provide individualized high-quality care and compassionate care, regardless of gender, race, religion, sexual orientation or sexual identification.  We seek to transform access to care by providing exceptional healthcare for the LGBTQ and Allied communities.

John (Rob) Phoenix, APRN, FNP-C

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Woman Donating Blood

Includes in office testing such as:
 

EKG

Blood Glucose check

Hemoglobin A1C finger stick

Urinalysis

Urine pregnancy.

 

*The cost of labs that are "send out" are not included in this visit cost.

New Patient Initial Visit

$75

Established Patients 

Starting @ $50

Includes in office testing such as:
 

EKG

Blood Glucose check

Hemoglobin A1C finger stick

Urinalysis

Urine pregnancy.

 

*The cost of labs that are "send out" are not included in this visit cost.

Includes in office testing such as:
 

EKG

Blood Glucose check

Hemoglobin A1C finger stick

Urinalysis

Urine pregnancy.

 

*The cost of labs that are "send out" are not included in this visit cost.

Employment/
school/sports physicals

Starting @ $20

Includes in office testing such as:
 

EKG

Blood Glucose check

Hemoglobin A1C finger stick

Urinalysis

Urine pregnancy.

 

*The cost of labs that are "send out" are not included in this visit cost.

Coming Soon

We are currently negotiating with local labs to provide cash pricing for our clients at reduced costs

Laboratory Fees
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In November of 2021, Select Health Insurance started sending out letters to covered members that will limit access to important medication for the treatment of HIV.  This policy is only impacting members in Nevada.  They intentionally did not include their members in Utah and Idaho.  This policy is a clear example of institutional racism, which is a term that refers to a form of racism that is embedded in the laws and regulations of a society or an organization. It manifests as discrimination in areas such as criminal justice, employment, housing, health care, education, and political representation.  Nevada has the 5th highest rate of new HIV infections in the US.  We cannot stand by and let one profit hungry entity put the lives of any Nevadans at risk.  Help send a message to Select Health that EVERY Nevadan is important, and to follow their own value statement which is publicly displaced on their website.  In remember of the 40+ years we've been fighting HIV and its associated stigma, lets send a clear message that Nevada does not tolerate discrimination by asking the Nevada Insurance Commission to revoke the license to sell insurance in Nevada for all Select Health Products

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Testimonials

I moved to Las Vegas in July of 2021 and immediately was able to get an appointment. I had been going to a clinic like this back in KC and was happy to find the Huntridge Family Clinic. The staff is very caring and through, always respectful and willing to help. I would also add that 1 am an older client. I feel that while most everyone is much younger than I am the nurses, PAs and Doctors were knowledgeable of issue facing men over 60. This was an important factor in finding a new medical clinic.As I age I want to have a medical facility where people understand and can help support me. I highly recommend the Huntridge Family Clinic.

Google November 2021

David W.

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FAQ

Do you need an appointment?

Appointments are necessary for visits. 

We do accept walk ins on a limited basis for STI (Sexually transmitted infections). 

We offer same day appointments for individuals who are seeking PEP (post exposure prophylaxis) after an exposure to HIV

What insurances do you accept?

We accept all Medicaid.  We accept Medicare, non HMO plans.  We accept many commercial insurances such as Cigna, Blue Cross, Aetna, Sierra Health and Life.  For the most current listing, please consult your insurance plan directory.  Our provider is listed under John Phoenix, APRN at 1830 E. Sahara Ave. Suite 201.  Las Vegas, NV 89104

What do I need to bring to my appointment?

              Insurance Cards, ID.

              Co-payment

              List of medications.

What is PrEP?

 An HIV prevention method for people who are HIV negative and at high risk of HIV infection. Pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) involves taking a specific combination of HIV medicines daily. PrEP is even more effective when it is combined with condoms and other prevention tools.

What is nPEP?

Short-term treatment started as soon as possible after high-risk non-occupational exposure to an infectious agent, such as HIV. Non-occupational exposure refers to exposure to an infectious agent that occurs outside of one’s work, for example during sex or when needle sharing to inject street drugs. The purpose of non-occupational post-exposure prophylaxis (nPEP) is to reduce the risk of infection. 

 Hours of Operation

Monday: 9am-5pm

Tuesday: 9am-5pm

Wednesday: 9am-5pm

Thursday: 9am-5pm

Fridays: 9am-5pm (Specialty Clinic: For new HIV/PrEP patients)

Holiday Season

November 25, 2021 closed for Thanksgiving 

November 26, 2021, closed for Family day

December 24, 2021 Closed

December 25, 2021 Closed

December 31, 2021 Closed

January 1, 2022 closed for New Years Day

 Insurances accepted​

All Medicaid

Medicare, non HMO plans

Many commercial insurances such as:

Cigna

Blue Cross

Aetna

Sierra Health and Life

Now Accepting Culinary Insurance

 

For the most current listing, please consult your insurance plan directory.  Our provider is listed under John Phoenix, APRN at 1820 E. Sahara Ave. Suite 201.  Las Vegas, NV 89104

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