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Experienced auto accident injury doctors in Tempe, Arizona.

Expert Auto Accident Injury Treatment in Tempe

Dr. Ron Vigneau

AZ Crash Doctor Certified
Dr. Ron Vigneau graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 2012 after completing his Doctorate Degree in Chiropractic Medicine. Dr. Vigneau uses state of the art technology to diagnose and treat conditions associated with the neuromusculoskeletal system, while improving each patient’s functionality and quality of life.

Tomesha Williamson, RN, MSN, NP-C

AZ Crash Doctors Certified
Tomesha Williamson attended the University of Alabama at Birmingham where she received both a Bachelor and Master of Science in Nursing degree with a specialty in Adult-Gerontology and Women’s Health. As a certified nurse practitioner Tomesha's primary focus is relieving pain and maximizing patient quality of life through pain management treatment and therapy.

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Auto Accident Statistics & Emergency Response Times for Tempe, Arizona.

Tempe Fatal Car Crash Statistics 2019

  • 13 - Number of fatal accidents
  • 22 - Number of vehicles involved in fatal accidents
  • 3 - Number of fatal accidents caused by drunk drivers
  • 14 - Number of fatalities from car accidents
  • 28 - Number people involved in fatal accidents
  • 3 - Number of pedestrians involved in fatal accidents

Tempe Average EMS Response Times 2019

  • Tempe - 8.2 minutes (based on 625 reports)
  • Maricopa County - 9.2 minutes (based on 9,314 reports)
  • Arizona - 12.9 minutes (based on 23,681 reports)

Tempe Average Hospital Transport Time 2019

  • Tempe - 26.2 minutes (based on 142 reports)
  • Maricopa County - 36.7 minutes (based on 2,361 reports)
  • Arizona - 52.7 minutes (based on 4,604 reports)

Tempe, Arizona - The 8th Largest City in Arizona

Tempe, Arizona city sign

Tempe is the 8th largest city in Arizona, with a 2020 population of 203,923. The 8th fastest growing city in America, Tempe has increased by 26.10% since the 2010 census and has an annual growth rate of 2.03%. There are currently 161,719 residents living in Tempe for an average density of 5,101 people per square mile.

The average household income in Tempe is $76,573 with a poverty rate of 19.78%. The median rental costs in recent years comes to $1,164 per month, and the median house value is $272,900. The median age in Tempe is 29.5 years, 29.2 years for males, and 30 years for females.