The Arizona Hospital and Healthcare Association (AzHHA) continues to assist member hospitals and healthcare professionals as they respond to COVID-19 in their communities. The pandemic has changed the way we work, learn and interact with others. We continue to partner and work closely with the Arizona Department of Health Services, insurers, AHCCCS, American Hospital Association (AHA) and other stakeholders to provide members tools and resources to help ease the additional burden the pandemic has brought upon the healthcare system.
As we continue to work to slow the spread of COVID-19 in our communities, we encourage everyone to get a COVID-19 vaccine. Find a vaccination location near you at azdhs.gov/covid19/vaccines.
How to get involved
We all play an essential role in providing evidence-based information and resources to our community members about COIVD-19. When sharing content on social media or websites, be sure to only share information from reputable sources such as local, state, and federal health agencies. Another way to get involved is by following AzHHA on Facebook and Twitter and share with your followers how you are helping #SlowtheSpread. Be sure to include your preferred trending hashtag:
- COVID-19 - Arizona Department of Health Services
- COVID-19 - Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
- Arizona county public health departments
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The Arizona Department of Health Services posts helpful communication resources for sharing at azhealth.gov/covid19:
View an up-to-date dashboard on the COVID homepage
Download video PSAs and graphics for public awareness on the Communication Materials page
Visit the COVID-19 page in Spanish
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The Valleywise Health Pediatric Refugee Clinic produced the videos with their Cultural Health Navigators. These employees are trusted members of the local refugee communities and function as liaisons between Valleywise Health and their patients.
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