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Primary Practice Address
333 N WILMOT RD STE 340
TUCSON, AZ 85711-2607 US
Accepts Medicare Payment

Shari A Myoraku, PT

Physical Therapist


Shari A Myoraku, PT

Overview

Shari A Myoraku, PT is a Physical Therapist in the TUCSON area and has over 36 years of experience. Shari A Myoraku, PT primary office location is at 333 N WILMOT RD STE 340 and new patients are welcome to contact this healthcare provider for an appointment. We do not know where she was educated but we know that she graduated in 1985 The NPI number is 1003002866 and the information was updated approximately 8 years ago.

We have not detected any Exclusions tied directly to this NPI.

Accepts Medicare Assignment: Yes

Is sole proprietor: NO

Participates in PECOS: NO

Contact Information

Primary Practice Location Information
333 N WILMOT RD STE 340
TUCSON, AZ 85711-2607 US
Phone: (520)-731-0566
Fax:
Practice Mailing Information
333 N WILMOT RD STE 340
TUCSON, AZ 85711-2607 US
Phone: (520)-731-0566
Fax: (520)-731-0564
License NumberState
2289AZ
Type/IssuerIdentifierState
MEDICARE PROVIDERZ60849AZ

Quality Reporting:

Accepts Medicare Assignment: Yes

If a provider accepts Medicare Assignment, he or she will accept the approved Medicare payment and will not bill for more than the Medicare deductible or coinsurance.If 'maybe' is listed here, the provider might bill you for more than the Medicare amount.

Participates in the Medicare Electronic Health Records(EHR) program by using a certified EHR technology: No
Participates in PQRS reporting quality measures to Medicare as part of an incentive -for-reporting program: No
Participated in the Medicare Maintenance of Certification Program. A "Maintenance of Certification Program" encourages board certified physicians to continue learning and self-evaluating throughout their medical career.: No
Committed to heart health through the Million Hearts´┐Ż initiative. encourages health care professionals to report and perform well on activities related to heart health in an effort to prevent heart attacks and strokes.: No