We have the professionals, resources, and state-of –the art equipment and facilities to serve Southern Arizona. Our goal: deliver caring, high-quality healthcare that’s professional and accessible today – and in the future.
Santa Cruz Valley Regional Hospital is a full-service general acute care facility, home to 100 plus credentialed physicians, 250 employees, more 120 volunteers, along with specialists steps away at the nearby medical campus. Facilities include:
· 49 private rooms
· 12-bay Emergency Dept.
· Intensive Care Unit
· Ground & Air Ambulance
· Full-Scale Imaging Dept.
· Surgical Suite
· On-site Blood Lab, Cardiac Cath Lab, GI Lab
· On-Site Swing Bed Program for Physical Rehab Patients
We accept multiple healthcare plans and have on-site healthcare advocates and financial specialists to assist and support, as needed. Our on-site testing cuts needless worry time with fast, accurate results:
· Imaging results in 12-24 hours via fax or email
· Lab results in 2-4 hours
Our food service, café and cafeteria is staffed by professionals and backed by nutrition experts.
Our Ph ysical Therapist Jimson Ng, DPT, PT is trained in the process of "dry needling" to reduce a variey of pain. Listen here to learn about the variety of what we have to offer in pain relief.
COVID-19 Visitor Restrictions
Effective February 4, 2020
As Santa Cruz Valley Regional Hospital’s response and recovery related to the COVID-19 pandemic continues, we are always reassessing options for visitors’ access to provide a safe and secure environment, and to assure the proper use of personal protective equipment (PPE). Below are the guidelines we will follow related to patient visitors requesting entry to the hospital. These guidelines will be updated and communicated to the community as they evolve over time.
Patient visitors shall provide their own PPE as required for building entry, such as social or procedural mask. Visitors must wear their mask continuously while inside the hospital. Visitors while in the hospital must remain in the room, wandering the halls will not be allowed. Use of public restrooms will be allowed. Those who do not comply will be asked to leave the facility.
Patient visitors are expected to enter only through the designated safe point of entry at the Emergency Room Entrance and will be screened for temperature and signs/symptoms of COVID-19. Visitors must be symptom free and not recently diagnosed with COVID-19 or had recent contact with someone who is positive for COVID-19.
Outpatient rehab therapy in medical office building:
Outpatient Surgical procedures:
GI Lab procedures:
Patient requesting entry to conduct business with medical records, billing, etc.
Thank you for your understanding in this effort as we all work together during this critical time.
If you were not able to participate in our live Town Hall on Thrusday, January 14, 2021, click the link below to watch the entire event.
A short video about our CAP-accredited, CLIA-certified Local high-complexity Toxicology Laboratory which offers Arizona clients rapid turnaround time with precise and customized analytics –results supported by board-certified toxicologists, trained medical technologists, and state-of-the-art LC-MS/MS technology.
A short video showing our wonderful ER and our current safety procedures.
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