Starting at 7 p.m., Thursday, March 19, visitors will no longer be allowed at Santa Cruz Valley Regional Hospital for the duration of the COVID-19 outbreak.
“We realize this will be a difficult time, but these steps are necessary to protect our patients, healthcare workers, staff and the community at large,” said Hospital CEO Kelly Adams. “We are responding in real-time to the most recent information and guidelines issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Arizona Department of Health Services.”
These restrictions will be in place until further notice.
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.
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