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SLFHC - Florence
174 W. Highway 287
Florence, AZ 85132

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Sun Life Family Health Center is a not-for-profit organization providing health care to Apache Junction, Casa Grande, Chandler, Coolidge, Eloy, Florence, Maricopa, Oracle and San Manuel. Our mission is to deliver affordable, accessible, and high-quality health services, wellness and education to all people.

Sun Life Family Health Center is Pinal county's largest provider of primary health care services. Governed by a Board of Directors representing the patients and communities served by the organization, Sun Life serves over 47,000 patients, 28% of whom are children. What makes us different is our unfailing concern for the well-being of our patients, and our willingness to provide the best possible experience for every person that walks through our doors.

Sun Life Family Health Center is accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (Joint Commission / JCAHO), considered to be the "gold standard" for quality in health care.

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Florence, AZ

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Walk through historic Florence, where the clapboards of Victorian houses and hardened earth of adobe structures speak volumes about the town’s western roots. Veer off the beaten path to discover the adventure and beauty of the Sonoran desert.

Cruise over to one of Arizona’s oldest towns if you’re an architecture buff or adventure seeker.

Florence’s most notable building – the 1891 Second Pinal County Courthouse – is an excellent example of Victorian architecture in America, and it speaks to its town’s commitment to preserving the past. Florence’s collection of adobe buildings is equally impressive – the oldest adobe structure dates to 1868. The town’s historic district is in the National Register of Historic Places, thanks to 140 historic buildings dating from the 19th to mid-20th centuries.

Florence is proud of its western heritage. The Florence Junior Parada, established by local ranchers in 1932 to raise money for needy children, is the world’s oldest sanctioned youth rodeo. Ranching and farming have long played a major role in Florence’s economy.

Public lands outside of Florence draw off-road enthusiasts, hikers, and those interested in the area’s rich botanical, wildlife, and cultural resources.

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