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Arizona

Find Your Federal Representatives 

U.S. Congressional District Map


Find Your State Representatives:


Arizona's  State Legislature

District Locator:

State Legislative District 

State Legislative Session Calendar



Office of the Attorney General
Mark Brnovich 

Email: AGInfo@azag.gov
Phone: (602) 542-5025

Website: https://www.azag.gov/contact-us


 

Offices of the Governor Doug Ducey


Phoenix: 602.542.4331
Tucson: 520.628.6580



www.azmd.gov/


  • Phone
    (480) 551-2700
  • Fax
    (480) 551-2704


www.azdo.gov/


  • Phone
    (480) 657-7703
  • Fax
    (480) 657-7715

Calendar of Medical Board Meetings HERE

Board meetings are held  on the first floor of the Arizona Medical Board location at:

1740 W Adams, Phoenix, AZ 85007
(480) 551-2700



Phone: (602) 771-2727

Fax: (602) 771-2749


Elizabeth Dodge, Deputy Director  

Phone: (602) 771-2735 

Email: edodge@azpharmacy.gov 


Pharmacy Board Meetings: 

https://pharmacy.az.gov/future-board-meeting-dates


Department of Health 


Arizona Department of Insurance 

Susana Lesmeister

  • Supervisor, Health Care Appeals (602) 364-2399


Federal Representatives by Congressional District:

Here are phone numbers and online portals for Arizona's delegation:


U.S. House of Representatives


1st Congressional District: Tom O’Halleran (Democrat)

202-225-3361 in Washington, 

520-316-0839 in Casa Grande, 

928-210-8165 in Flagstaff; 

928-304-0131 in NW Tucson; 

https://ohalleran.house.gov/contact


2nd Congressional District: Ann Kirkpatrick (Democrat)

202-225-2542 in Washington, 

520-459-3115 in Sierra Vista, 

520-881-3588 in Tucson; 

https://kirkpatrick.house.gov/contact


3rd Congressional District: Raúl Grijalva (Democrat)

202-225-2435 in Washington, 

623-536-3388 in Avondale, 

928-343-7933 in Somerton, 

520-622-6788 in Tucson; 

https://grijalva.house.gov/email-raul


4th Congressional District: Paul Gosar (Republican)

 202-225-2315 in Washington, 

480-882-2697 in Gold Canyon, 

928-445-1683 in Prescott 

http://paulgosar.house.gov/contact/


5th Congressional District: Andy Biggs (Republican)

202-225-2635 in Washington, 

480-699-8239 in Mesa;

 https://biggs.house.gov/contact


6th Congressional District: David Schweikert (Republican) 

202-225-2190 in Washington, 

480-946-2411 in Scottsdale 

https://schweikert.house.gov/contact/email


7th Congressional District: Ruben Gallego (Democrat)

202-225-4065 in Washington, 

602-256-0551 in Phoenix; 

https://rubengallego.house.gov/contact/email


8th Congressional District: Debbie Lesko (Republican)

202-225-4576 in Washington 

623-776-7911 in Glendale

 https://lesko.house.gov/contact/


9th Congressional District: Greg Stanton (Democrat) 

202-225-9888 in Washington 

602-956-2463 in Phoenix; 

https://stanton.house.gov/contact​​​​​​​


U.S. Senate


Sen. Kyrsten Sinema (Democrat) 

202-224-4521 in Washington, 

602-598-7327 in Phoenix;

 https://www.sinema.senate.gov/contact


Sen. Martha McSally (Republican)

202-224-2235 in Washington, 

602-952-2410 in Phoenix, 

520-670-6334 in Tucson; 

https://www.mcsally.senate.gov/contact_martha

Non Partisan Health, Medical & Civil Rights Organizations:


American Civil Liberties Union of Arizona (ACLU)
P.O. Box 17148 
Phoenix, AZ 85011


Web: 

http://www.acluaz.org


Phone:
(602) 650-1854 

(602) 650-1376 fax


Arizona Medical Association Website


Arizona Pain Society  Website


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Arizona Prescribing Limits


CURRENT PRESCRIBING LIMITS ARIZONA

  • Current limit: Five-day initial limit


  • First policy: Gov. Doug Ducey (R) signed an executive order on October 24, 2016, that set opioid prescription limits for anyone insured under the state's Medicaid program or the state's employee insurance plan. The order limits the first fill prescription of opioids for adults to seven days. No opioid prescriptions are permitted for children unless they have cancer, a chronic disease, or suffer a traumatic injury.[10] "This is a preventive step, and one we hope that employers and insurance companies will follow our lead to address the scourge of addiction on the front end," said Gov. Ducey on the executive order.[10]


  • Second policy: On January 26, 2018, Gov. Doug Ducey (R) signed Senate Bill 1001, known as the Arizona Opioid Epidemic Act. The legislation limited the first fill prescription of adults to five days and aligned state dosage levels with federal guidelines; invested $10 million to assist in improving access to treatment; expanded law enforcement's access to Naloxone, a drug used to reverse overdoses; enacted continuing medical education for opioid prescribers; and required e-prescribing, among other provisions. The legislation passed unanimously in the Arizona State Legislature.[11]


Opioid Prescribing Regulations:


Link to Statutes 


Link to Rules 


2018 Arizona Opioid Act


Prescribing Information 

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