Patients and Visitors
Thank you for choosing Banner – University Medicine Toxicology Clinic. We want your initial visit and your ongoing relationship with us to progress as smoothly as possible.
You will get the most out of your visit by having your medical history completed, knowing the medications you are presently using, thinking of the questions you have for the doctor, and being aware of any prescription refills you may soon need.
Accepted Health Insurance
Banner Health accepts most major insurances. If you have any questions about coverage, please contact your insurer prior to scheduling an appointment.
Patients are asked to pay their insurance co-payment at the time of their visit. We accept Visa, MasterCard and Discover as well as personal checks or cash. Any outstanding balance is due within 30 days.
Pre-registration form: Please download and complete the following form and bring it with you on your first visit.
The Banner – University Medicine Toxicology Clinic provides non-emergent services to patients, with a referral from a physician, in an outpatient setting for the following conditions:
- Environmental exposures
- Work injury/exposure
- Adverse drug effects
- Drug interactions
- Venomous bites
- Heavy metals
- Interpretation of laboratory results
- Independent medical evaluations
For emergencies, call 911. You can also call the Banner Poison and Drug Information Center hotline at (800) 222-1222, available 24-hours a day, 7 days a week including holidays.
Inpatient care is provided at Banner – University Medical Center Phoenix and younger patients may be admitted to a local children’s hospital. Inpatient care requires a referral from a physician.
All patients served by the Banner – University Medicine Toxicology Clinic require a referral from a physician for out-patient services.
Please note: The Medical Toxicology Referral Form must be completed by referring provider.
Banner Health and University of Arizona Health Network have come together to form Banner – University Medicine, a health system anchored in Phoenix and Tucson that makes the highest level of care accessible to Arizona residents.
Banner – University Medicine includes Banner – University Medical Center Phoenix, Banner – University Medical Center Tucson and Banner – University Medical Center South, Banner Children’s at Diamond Children’s Medical Center, the University of Arizona Cancer Center, physician clinics and a health plan division.
Across its campuses Banner – University Medicine performs life-changing research and provides graduate medical education to those who go on to touch lives across Arizona, the nation and the world. The medical centers are a vital part of Banner Health’s mission to make a difference in people’s lives through excellent patient care.
Academic Medicine Difference
The partnership between Banner Health and the University of Arizona brings clinical care delivery, education and research to the forefront of the patient experience.