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Cochise Health & Social Services

 

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Mission: At Cochise Health & Social Services, our purpose is to promote health and quality of life for all Cochise County residents through education, service and leadership.

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Commit to the initiative in helping prevent 1 million heart attacks in the United States by 2017!

Cochise Health & Social Services partnered with the Million Hearts campaign to help promote heart health in Cochise County. 

With personal pledges and employee wellness initiatives, we hope to educate the community on the importance of heart health at home and at work.

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Payments for our services can be made in the form of cash, check, or money order at all locations and additionally in the form of credit or debit card at the Sierra Vista location.

There is a minimum convenience fee for each credit/debit transaction.  We accept the following:

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Get the Facts about Ebola

Dear Fellow Residents – please see below a link to the Arizona Department of Health Services web page that you might find helpful for accurate information and answers to FAQs about ebola.  What you are hearing in the media is often inaccurate and is provoking irrational fears that are simply unfounded in fact or science.  When you hear or read a story about this situation, please consider the source and the references.  Then check the facts from a reliable source such as the link below.

For those of you who don’t have time to go to this link, please consider the following facts about the patient from West Africa, Mr. Duncan, who died a couple of weeks ago at the hospital in Texas.  Mr. Duncan presented to the ER with symptoms and a fever, but was not identified as being a potential ebola patient at that time and was sent home.  Mr. Duncan remained at home for a few days, became more and more ill, and returned to the same ER.  This time the ebola was properly diagnosed, and despite treatment, Mr. Duncan eventually passed away.  The point of this story is that no one in the home where Mr. Duncan was living while he was so ill contracted ebola.  Not one family member or friend in the same home, breathing the same air, using the same restrooms, using the same kitchen, etc., all in close contact with an active ebola patient ever became ill.  Please share this information with friends and family and learn the facts about this situation.  And of course, we never miss an opportunity to encourage you all to get a flu shot!   Thank you. www.azdhs.gov/phs/oids/ebola

 

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