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Arizona Helping Hands announced Wednesday it had received a $100,000 grant from the Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust, which will go toward assisting the non-profit in underwriting the Licensing Safety Program over the next year. more
Severe hospitalizations for COVID-19 complications have plateaued in recent weeks, but local health experts say that’s likely a short-lived phenomenon. more
Cigna Medical Group recently celebrated the grand opening of its new health care center in Scottsdale.  Located in SkySong at the southeast corner of McDowell Road and Scottsdale Road, the … more
A new tool will allow Arizona students to gain access to important career development information before heading off to higher education. more
Over the course of the past 18 months, Arizona has amassed one of the highest COVID-19 fatality rates in the country. more
Broadway Mesa Village Assisted Living and Memory Care, 7231 E. Broadway Road in Mesa, celebrated the birthday of Vivian Bickford, who turned 103 on Sept. 1. “Ms. Vivian is known around the … more
The state of Arizona is stepping in to help hospitals suffering with severe staffing shortages amid a third wave of COVID-19. more
U.S. Egg is teaming up with Arizona Helping Hands once again as the dynamic duo hosts a new toy and pajama drive for boys and girls in foster care here in the Valley of the Sun. Helping Hands is … more
Walgreens and VillageMD announced they will continue their expansion throughout the Valley including Peoria, where a new location is expected to open in November. more
Longbow Dental Care has canceled its Free Dentistry Day event scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 11, in Mesa. “On behalf of our entire team, we would like to formally apologize for the … more
A new innovation that holds promise to fight lung cancer – the leading cause of cancer deaths worldwide – is now in use at Banner MD Anderson Cancer Center. more
As chairman of the Board of Supervisors, I’ve made it clear that to secure a brighter future for our county, we don’t just need to beat the pandemic, we also need to put into place … more
At the start of the COVID-19 pandemic in early 2020, hospitals across the U.S. and in Arizona reported a shortage of protective equipment, such as masks, gloves and basic necessities such as bleach and sanitizer that hospitals need even when they aren’t embroiled in a global health crisis. more
Banner Health and Mesa Community College have collaborated on a new certification program to fill a much-needed hidden gap in the health care industry. more
The city of Apache Junction will close all administrative offices on Monday, Sept. 6, in observation of Labor Day. Emergency services through the police department will not be impacted by the … more
The city of Tempe is taking a data-driven approach to vaccinate its hardest hit and hardest to reach ZIP code in order to achieve the elusive goal of herd immunity. more
Phoenix hospitals are being hammered by a third surge of COVID-19 as they continue to work amid severe staffing shortages. But medical professionals and experts worry those long-running shortages may only be further hampered by hospitals’ vaccine mandates, which require employees to get vaccinated against the virus as a condition of employment. more
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