Dr. Ethan Bindelglas


Ethan Bindelglas, MD graduated with a BA in economics from Claremont McKenna College and received his MD from Sackler School of Medicine in Tel Aviv, Israel and completed his residency in Family Medicine at Banner University Hospital, Phoenix, Arizona.

He pioneered retainer/concierge medicine and founded Arcadia Personal Physicians, one of the first retainer practices in the country. The intimacy of this type of practice setting allowed him the opportunity to help patients navigate complex medical issues. Dr. Bindelglas has been involved in over 30 phase II or phase III FDA clinical trials, and currently has been helping guide patients through the complicated process of Cancer diagnosis and treatment.

Dr. Bindelglas has served as a medical volunteer at the St. Vincent de Paul clinic since 2002, and has volunteered in numerous medical clinics and mobile medical units in Ethiopia, Thailand, Myanmar, Kyrgyzstan, Thailand, Vietnam, Nepal, Indonesia, and Timor Leste.

He is currently the Chairman of the Banner Continuing Interprofessional Education Committee, and has served as:

  • Clinical Assistant Professor of Family and Community Medicine at University of Arizona

  • Chairman of Family Medicine at Good Samaritan Hospital in Phoenix, AZ

  • Chairman of Continuing Medical Education at Good Samaritan Hospital

  • Member of Phoenix Children’s Hospital Scientific Review Committee

  • Member of Phoenix Children’s Hospital Graduate Medical Education Committee

Dr. Bindelglas is committed to helping his patients achieve their personal health goals. He believes that helping people in their time of need is the most rewarding aspect of practicing medicine.