Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

CDC Main Page – link here
ADHS Main Page – link here

2020-2021 Influenza Resources 

Arizona Hepatitis A Outbreak

Resources for Physicians and Providers:

  • OB/GYN Tdap¬†and Influenza Referral Letter Resource – download¬†¬†Word Doc | PDF Doc


  • ADHS Press Release- Potential Measles Exposure – Link here
  • ADHS updated measles¬†website –¬†Read More
  • Public Information office ADHS webpage –¬†Link here
  • CDC ¬†measles website¬†–Read More

Measles Resources for Physicians and Providers:

  • Measles Sign – Think It Might Be Measles¬†¬†¬†English|¬†Spanish
  • Measles Screening Tool Update 2_4_15¬†–¬†click here
  • ADHS Measles Clinician¬†Fact Sheet –¬†click here
  • MCDPH Measles Clinician Fact Sheet 2_5_15¬†–¬†click here
  • ADHS Measles Surveillance Toolkit for Providers –¬†click here

Information to provide to your patients and the community:

Ebola 2018 Democratic Republic of the Congo, Bikoro

  • Up to date CDC Ebola information¬†–¬†Read More
  • Arizona (ADHS) Ebola update¬†click here

Zika Virus (pronounced Zee-Ku)

Enterovirus D68

  • Information for health care providers about Enterovirus D68 – CDC link


  • Pertussis in the U.S. – Read More
  • Arizona continues to monitor pertussis cases. For more AZ information click here.
  • OB/GYN Tdap¬†and Influenza Referral Letter Resource – download¬†¬†Word Doc | PDF Doc

The CDC also has wonderful resources for health care providers. Click this link to access their information.

During #NationalInfluenzaVaccinationWeek we have a simple message. It is not too late to protect you and your young child from flu! Safe, effective flu vaccines are still available!

Flu can be especially dangerous to both you and your unborn baby. Safe, effective flu vaccines can keep you both out of danger. The protection your body makes will be shared with your baby as well! #NationalInfluenzaVaccinationWeek

It’s National Influenza Vaccination Week! If you haven’t gotten that flu shot yet, it’s not too late. Flu is hitting AZ very hard right now, so don’t wait anymore. Protect yourself today!

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Stay home if you are sick

Avoid close contact with
sick people and wear a mask

Cover your nose and mouth
when you sneeze

Wash your hands often

Clean and disinfect

Stay up to date on your vaccinations