About the Medical Center
AMCH provides a range of medical services, including teaching clinics: an acute care clinic for common, minor complaints and a constitutional clinic for treating chronic conditions. AMCH hosts a group of independent practitioners at AMCH with whom you can make appointments.
Clinic Director: Maryann Ivons, ND
Clinical Services Coordinator: Mario Fontes, LAc, CCH
Clinical Services Administrator: Mary Patterson
Dean of Medical Center: Mary Grace Warner, MD, MD(H), CCH
Acute Care Clinic
- Walk ins accepted. Appointments available
- Treatment of children and adults
- $50 appointments.
- No insurance necessary
- We treat a wide variety of conditions including, but not limited to, colds, flus, bronchitis, ear infections, urinary tract infections and minor trauma, (i.e., scrapes and burns).
The Acute Care Clinic is state licensed. The Acute Care Clinic is open Fridays, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
1951 W. Camelback, Suite 300, Phoenix AZ 85015
602-347-7950 • clinic@AMCofH.org
Constitutional Care Clinic
The American Medical College of Homeopathy is part of a non profit corporation that is dedicated to quality homeopathic services and homeopathic education. It is a teaching clinic. Each patient meets with the Clinic Director and a homeopathic practitioner for the initial two visita, while an additional five practitioners watch by closed circuit TV. After the first follow up visit, patients are then followed by the homeopathic practitioner who is supervised by the clinic director. All visits are videotaped to ensure quality of care.
Advantages of the Constitutional Clinic
- High quality of care by a skilled treatment team
- Reduced fees
- Short waiting list
- Compassionate Care
- Initial Intake: $150
- Follow Ups: $75
Contact us for more information:
American Medical College of Homeopathy
1951 W. Camelback, Suite 300
Phoenix, AZ 85015
602-347-7950 (Option 1)
Patient Centered Medicine
Patient centered care is integrated into all aspects of treatment at the American Medical College of Homeopathy Medical Center. Patients are treated on all levels of their being, including physical, emotional mental and spiritual dimensions. It is the presentation of the disease by the patient, rather than the disease itself (patient-centered medicine), which becomes the focus of treatment.
AMCH is fully HIPAA compliant. We make every effort to protect our patients' confidentiality.
AMCH has formed a partnership with the Southwest Center for HIV/AIDS to provide clinical care for patients with HIV/AIDS.
AMCH has partnered with the Phoenix Institute of Herbal Medicine and Acupuncture to create the Amara Initiative. The 15 bed Amara Center of Traditional Medicine would include a Hospital and Specialty Clinics: Women’s Health, Fertility, Menopause; Men’s Health; Children’s Health; Healthy Aging; Weight Loss; Chronic Disease; Pain; Stroke; and Cancer Support will be located in the Phoenix Metropolitan area. The Amara Center will provide care across the life span founded on the principles and practices of Homeopathic, Asian and Integrative/Holistic Green Medicine. It will triage and refer patients whose needs are for allopathic treatment only.
The Amara Center will be built using green materials and will offer a menu of personalized care that pays strict attention to optimal wellness, the needs of individuals and families, and respect for the environment. The Amara Center will have the capacity to serve 10,000 of Phoenix’s citizens and other population aggregates in its first year of operation, through a combination of inpatient, outpatient and community services. It will:
Use non-invasive, non-toxic, natural substances and remedies offered by Asian and Homeopathic Medicine, and holistic therapies to deliver care which support the body’s natural capacity to heal more quickly.
Promote the achievement of optimal levels of wellness through community and continuing education outreach and by offering education and training opportunities for the public, medical, nursing and allied health students. Special emphasis will be on the Center’s Nutrition Kitchen which will educate healthcare providers and the public on healthy eating.
Reduce health care costs by offering consumer-centered personalized services and a wellness environment that fosters higher staff retention, and excellence in care leading to better clinical outcomes.
Use considerably less supplies than conventional facilities. And, by replicating Banner Healthcare’s recycling program, the Center’s practice of quality “green care” will assist in it becoming more financially sustainable over time, significantly reducing the cost of supplies.
Create a Research Collaborative that fosters practitioner networking and promotes a new, higher standard of science-based pro-active medicine and evidence-based methods that underscores the achievement of optimal health across the life span.