General, Breast and Endocrine Surgeons
Advanced Laparoscopic Surgery

Have Questions? Please Get In Touch
(602) 843-8317 | Se habla Español.

  • Image of Dr. Agapay, Dr. Friese and Dr. Glenn
  • Image of Dr. Agapay, Dr. Friese and Dr. Glenn's Office
  • Image of Dr. Agapay, Dr. Friese and Dr. Glenn's Office
  • Image of Dr. Agapay, Dr. Friese and Dr. Glenn's Office
  • Image of Dr. Agapay, Dr. Friese and Dr. Glenn

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Where is your office located?

We are at 6750 W. Thunderbird Rd., Suite B108, Peoria, AZ 85381
Link to Google Maps

What are your office hours?

Normal office hours are Monday - Thursday 8am to 5pm | Friday 8am to 3pm

Are you accepting new patients?

We are very happy to welcome you to our practice and we appreciate the opportunity to provide your surgical care. To schedule an appointment, please contact us at (602) 843-8317.

How do I make an appointment?

Call our office at (602) 843-8317 to schedule an appointment for testing or an office visit.

What insurances do you accept?

We accept a number of insurance plans. For a full list of the insurances we accept, click here. If you have a question about insurance acceptance, please give us a call at (602) 843-8317.

What do I need to bring to my appointment?

Please bring your insurance card and driver’s license or picture ID to your appointment, along with your co-pay or deductible if any apply. Please also bring copies of any prior test results. We understand how frustrating waiting for your appointment can be. Save yourself some time by downloading the forms here (New Patient Paperwork). Then please fill them out and bring them to your appointment.

What kinds of conditions do you treat?

We provide minimally invasive and open surgical solutions for a wide variety of medical conditions and disorders. To learn more about some of the disorders we treat, see our Areas of Specialty page.

What does Board Certified mean?

Board certified surgeons have passed extensive training and a rigorous examination of their knowledge, experience and skill in a medical specialty. To maintain their board certification, surgeons must actively improve their practice of medicine through continuing education, and pass a written examination every 10 years.

What does F.A.C.S. stand for?

The letters F.A.C.S. stand for "Fellow, American College of Surgeons." When this designation appears after a surgeon's name it indicates that the surgeon's education and training, professional qualifications, surgical competence, and ethical conduct have passed a rigorous evaluation, and have been found to be consistent with the high standards established and demanded by the American College of Surgeons. To learn more, please visit, http://www.facs.org