Provider Service Representatives


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  (909) 465-1397 - PrimeCare Chino
Christina Serpico or Ericka Wilson
  (909) 466-8000 - PrimeCare of Citrus Valley
Yasmine Jabsheh
  (951) 371-8440 - PrimeCare of Corona
Yasmine Jabsheh
  (951) 461-0762 - PrimeCare of Hemet
Helene Lopez
  (909) 466-8000 - PrimeCare of Inland Valley
Tia Nguyen
  (909) 816-0457 - PrimeCare of Moreno Valley
Hazel Rojo, Sr. PSR
  (909) 798-7766 - PrimeCare of Redlands
Shauna Copeland
  (909) 816-0457 - PrimeCare of Riverside
Hazel Rojo, Sr. PSR
  (909) 792-5375 - PrimeCare San Bernardino
Shauna Copeland
  (951) 461-0762 - PrimeCare of Sun City
Candice Paragone - Helene Lopez
  (951) 461-0762 - PrimeCare of Temecula
Candice Paragon - Helene Lopez
  (909) 792-5375 - Coachella Valley Physicians
Roderic Hawkins
  (760)-770-8678 - Empire Physicians Medical Group
Cindy Banda - Jacqueline Garcia

  (619) 543-8800 - Mercy Physicians Medical Group
Monica Gerick – Lupita Molina
  (760) 542-6757 - Primary Care Associates Medical Group
Casey Visciglio
  (951) 704-1909 - Valley Physicians Network
Tami O'Brien
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Attention:  The Controlled Substance Utilization Review and Evaluation System (CURES) was certified statewide use by the Department of Justice (DOJ) on April 2, 2018. Therefore, the mandate to consult CURES prior to prescribing, ordering, administering, or furnishing a Schedule ll-lV controlled substance becomes effective on October 2, 2018.
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IMPORTANT SHORTAGE NOTIFICATION:  
Providers:
  There is currently a shortage of Atenolol 100mg tablets. Alternative approaches include prescribing multiple tablets of lower strength Atenolol or other generic beta-blockers (ie: Metoprolol Tartrate).
  
Attention:
  Temporary Placement of Cyclopropyl Fentanyl in Schedule 1.
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