Gila River Health Care is a dynamic and growing organization. We are always looking for more opportunities to provide higher quality care and more options for our patients. We have dedicated this page to bring you medical information, up to date announcements, and news about events and new services. Click on the picture or designated area to increase the size of the picture or take you to another site. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Customer Service at 520-562-3321 ext. 1453 or 1381.
What You Need To Know:
• Elders 65 years of age and older can now receive a second Omicron booster shot four months after the first Omicron booster shot
• Unvaccinated individuals six years of age and above only need a single Omicron booster shot to complete COVID-19 vaccination; no need for multiple doses
• Most individuals under 65 years of age who have already received one Omicron booster shot are up-to-date and do not need additional Omicron booster shots
Children under six years of age and individuals with medical conditions that cause weakened immunity (cancer chemotherapy, transplant, etc.) should contact their healthcare provider for COVID-19 vaccine recommendations.
Norovirus causes vomiting and diarrhea and spreads very easily.
If you have any questions, please contact Abbott Customer Service at 1-855-632-8658, available seven days a week from 8 am to 8 pm Eastern Time: excluding holidays.
Gila River Health Care will resume visitation for patients receiving care in GRHC’s Emergency Department, Inpatient unit, and Ambulatory Clinics.
Up to two visitors are allowed to accompany any patient.
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Important Teen Health Information!
Young people (ages 15-24) account for half of all new cases of sexually-transmitted diseases (STDs), although they represent just 25 percent of the sexually experienced population. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that about one in four teens in the U.S. has an STD. The data shows that teens need to know about STDs and their health consequences and how to prevent them.
That’s why the Office on Women’s Health (OWH), in collaboration with the National Alliance of State and Territorial AIDS Directors and National Coalition of STD Directors, has launched Know The Facts First (KTFF). KTFF is a public health awareness campaign that provides teen girls, ages 13-19, with accurate information about STDs and STD prevention so that they can make informed decisions about sexual activity.
Join to help teens “Know The Facts First” to prevent STDs. Go to KnowTheFactsFirst.gov #KTFF
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