Iora Primary Care:
A doctor's office in Glendale, AZ - Peoria
for adults on Medicare.
6611 W Peoria Ave
Glendale, AZ 85302
Become a Patient:
Trouble getting here? We can help, call us at 602-833-7463.
We serve patients in the Greater Phoenix area including Mesa and Apache Junction.
The Peoria practice is located on the Southeast corner of 67th Avenue and Peoria Ave; to the east of the Walmart and south of the Chase bank within the shopping center.
There is a parking lot directly out front with ample parking.
Phoenix Metro Valley Bus Route #67 (runs N/S along 67th Ave) or Phoenix Metro Valley Bus Route #106 (Runs E/W along Peoria Ave)
We're more than just a doctor’s office
At Iora Primary Care, your health is what matters most. Relationship-based healthcare means we’re here for you when you're sick and when you’re healthy. To help you thrive in every part of your life, your care team and providers at our Peoria doctor’s office are committed to providing the best possible care, whenever you need us.
Every day, we continue to discover new ways to better serve adults 65+ in the local community.
24/7 access to a primary care provider, available by phone
Same and next day appointments for current patients with acute needs
Transportation when you need help getting to your appointments
On-site laboratories for convenient, one-stop service
Our care model is built around YOU
The relationships we build with our patients are foundational to our work. Your Glendale care team is made up of your primary care provider, Health Coach, and other healthcare professionals, and we’re here to work with you, your family, and your local specialists, to find the right solutions for your unique needs. We want to learn your goals and challenges, so we can help you live your healthiest life.
Your Primary Care Provider
Experienced primary care physicians like Melissa Romero focus on one priority — you.
Your Health Coaches
Health Coaches like Erin Stewart are caring, helpful and always on your side.
Friends & Family
We keep whomever is important to you in the loop too.
Your Helping Hands
Friendly team members like Gabrielle Turner are always ready to help when you call, email or visit.
We work closely with your insurer to help you get the most out of your plan.
We'll communicate and collaborate with your other doctors—not just read your records.
Nurses like Terri Hoch help you navigate healthcare at home, the hospital or in our office.
Your Whole Health Services
Professionals like Matt Coldagelli help you with habits, behaviors, stress, and emotional concerns as part of your overall care.
Meet Melissa Romero, MD
Care Team Medical Director & Physician
Melissa thrives on seeing her patients feel cared for and supported in becoming the healthiest versions of themselves.
Melissa Romero, MD
Care Team Medical Director & Physician
Mark Luba, MD
Lauren Poling, DO
Hollis C. Underwood, MD
Terri Hoch, RN
Marivel Salas, RN
Matt Coldagelli, PsyD
Behavioral Health Specialist
Stephanie M. Mercado
We help you get more from your health insurance
Insurance can be tricky, but we’re here to help you get the best coverage from your plan. Whether you’re working with a local Medicare agent or you have questions about how to find a Medicare agent, our patient enrollment coordinators are here to help.
We accept several Medicare Advantage plans, including Aetna, AllWell, Cigna, Devoted Health, and Humana, as well as traditional Medicare with most supplement plans. If you have questions about your eligibility, call us at 602-833-7463 or email us at [email protected] to learn more about which Medicare plans we accept.
Take a tour of an Iora Primary Care practice from the comfort of your own home before scheduling your first visit.
Join us at the next Iora event near you.
Helping you get the best care possible
We’re caring for patients in-person, by video, or over the phone—whichever way you’re most comfortable. If you do come into our Peoria office, we’re taking measures to keep you safe:
- Cleaning exam rooms after every appointment
- Wearing personal protective equipment
- Requiring patients to wear masks