First Choice Community Healthcare - Mountain & Valley Regional Center - Edgewood Low Cost Clinic

  • 8 Medical Center Road
  • Edgewood NM, 87015
  • Contact Phone: 505-281-3406
  • Clinic Details: At First Choice the full range of Primary Care is our most important service.  We do ask patients to establish a relationship with a provider by scheduling an appointment.  This will allow each patient to develop a steady relationship with a provider to discuss and handle both their general health care problems and their preventative health needs.

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  • Services: Dental Care Services, Primary Medical Care
  • Remarks: Year round

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