As men age, they may develop health issues specifically caused by age and gender. Some of these issues are a normal part of the aging process, and some may be signs of more serious problems.

Homewood Family Medicine is located at 4540 E. Baseline Rd. #113 Mesa, Arizona 85206 (Between Greenfield & Higley Rd.)
Phone and Fax
To schedule an appointment, change your appointment or if you have any questions call us at 480-558-4700 If you have forms, medical records or other items that you need to fax please fax to 480-558-1936 
Billing Questions
The Homewood Family Medicine Team is here to help you with any questions you may have. For Billing questions and inquiries call: 480-558-4700 Ext. 17

Our team at Homewood Family Medicine can perform a variety of tests that every man should take as soon as he turns 40. These tests should be given in regular intervals, as they play an important role for a long and healthy life.

Our team at our can help test for the following conditions:

These issues are common as men age and are nothing to be ashamed about. The sooner you visit a doctor, the sooner you can be on the road to recovery. We can help you get your energy back and develop a plan to keep you healthy as you age.

For more information, call us today to request an appointment at 480-558-4700

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Our Team

Dr. Russell Homewood
 Dr. Homewood chose Family Practice because he values long lasting relationships with his patients.  A perfect day in the clinic for Dr. Homewood involves providing excellent medical care, while at the same time visiting with old friends. He is well known for his empathetic, fun-loving personality and down to earth bedside manner that puts his patients at ease. He takes time to explain a patient’s diagnosis and clarifies any confusing information from a specialist visit.    
Lindsey Graft
Mrs. Graft has experience as a healthcare professional in Sports Medicine, Urgent Care and Family Medicine.  While  pursuing her undergraduate degree she worked as a student athletic trainer for Jacksonville State University  Sports Medicine Program. She additionally worked as a medical assistant in the urgent care and outpatient  family/internal medicine setting prior to becoming a PA.  She is originally from Bloomington, Indiana.

Amanda Hines
Amanda Hines, PA-C, is a board certified Physician Assistant by the National Commission on Certification of      Physician Assistants.  She completed her Masters of Physician Assistant Studies from Midwestern University in  Glendale, AZ in August 2016, and her Bachelor of Science in Biology with highest honors from the University of  California Santa Barbara in June 2011.