We are keeping our office open to make sure our patients with infection, injuries and pain are cared for in our clean, uncrowded office instead of having to go to an Urgent Care or ER where they run the risk of being exposed to COVID-19.


This page is for doctors, nurses, or any health-care practitioners in the state of New Mexico.
This shows who is on-call for our podiatry clinic at Albuquerque Associated Podiatrists. Feel free to call the clinic at (505)247-4164 and ask to speak with the on-call podiatrist. The receptionist or after-hour service will send a message to the on-call podiatrist. We will do our best to get back to you as soon as possible. If you already have our cell phones, feel free to text/call. We will do our best to provide emergent consults, but may not always be available to take new consults.
If you need an urgent follow-up for a patient, have your patient call our office during office hours. We likely will be able to offer next-day appointments. If your patient calls in the morning, they might be able to get a same-day appointment.
Month Start Date AAP Clinic Call
August 1st Lingao
  8th Chiu
  15th Whitehouse
  22nd Lingao
  29th Chiu
Septemper 6th Whitehouse
  12th Lingao
  19th Chiu
  26th Whitehouse
October 3rd Lingao
  10th Chiu
  17th Whitehouse
  24th Lingao
  31st Chiu
November 7th Whitehouse
  14th Lingao
  21st Chiu
  28th Whitehouse
December 5th Lingao
  12th Chiu
  19th Whitehouse
  26th Lingao
Dr Haywan Chiu, DPM Haywan Chiu

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