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Arizona State Resources:

1. State Insurance Commissioner:

Arizona law requires insurance companies to pay claims promptly and fairly. If you are unable to resolve your insurance issue/problem with your agent or insurance company, and if you believe you have been treated unfairly, have received poor service, or have some other complaints against your insurer or its agent, you may submit a request for assistance to the Consumer Affairs Division.

2. State Medical Board:

The Board’s mission is to protect public health and safety.  This site also has links that can be used to search for your care provider’s license and any complaints against them.

3. State Minority Office:

Contact information for state liaison representative

4. State Nursing Board:

The State Board of Nursing assures that standards of practice are met and that persons engaged in the practice of Nursing are competent.  It approves individuals for licensure, registration and certification, approves educational programs for nurses and nursing assistants, investigates complaints concerning licensee’s compliance with the law, and determines and administers disciplinary actions in the event of proven violations of the Nurse Practice Act.

Nursing License Verification

5. State Midwifery Organization:

Arizona Midwives – This site helps you find a midwife, in Arizona , for a home, birth center or hospital birth with Direct Entry Midwives(DEM), Certified Nurse Midwives(CNM), Certified Midwives (CM), Certified Professional Midwives(CPM), Licensed Midwives(LM), Registered Midwives (RM) and Lay Midwives.

6. State Friends of Midwives:

Unable to locate.

7. State Healthy Start or Associated Improved Pregnancy Program/Director’s email:

National Healthy Start Communications Directory

8. State Pregnant Patient’s Bill of Rights or Patient’s Bill of Rights:

Unable to locate.

9. State Medicaid Complaint Information:

The Medicaid Fraud Control Unit is a federally funded unit charged with investigating and prosecuting: Medicaid (AHCCCS) fraud; fraud in the administration of the Medicaid program; and abuse, neglect or financial exploitation occurring in Medicaid facilities or committed by Medicaid providers or their employees.

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