COVID-19 Self Assessment
Do you think you or a family member may have been exposed? Based on CDC recommendations, the University of Southern California’s Gehr Center and Akido Labs has developed an online assessment tool, which will help determine what to do if you think you have symptoms of COVID-19 or may have been exposed. Take the assessment on covidassessment.org >
The strict criteria to receive a test at Mariposa Community Health Center is largely based on Center of Disease Control’s (CDC) recommendations. If a person has a fever, cough, shortness of breath in combination with a known significant exposure to someone who has a documented case of covid-19; someone who has symptoms and works in a high-risk profession such as medical worker, grocery store cashier, jail guard and someone who is living in a nursing home and/or jail they will be tested. Read more
Mariposa Community Health Center in Patagonia, Nogales, Rio Rico & Tubac
Mariposa is happy to announce that Telemedicine visits will now be available with a number of our providers! It’s simple, schedule an appointment, and your provider will call you at the scheduled time to listen to and address your health care needs! This is a great way to keep up with your health in this time of crisis. More providers will start doing Telemedicine visits throughout the week! Please check our website or Facebook page daily for updates.
Patients of the following of the following providers can start scheduling Telemedicine visits starting this Monday 3/23:
- Greta Lopez, NP
- Sonia Guerrero, FNP
- Dr. Jorge Flores (accepting new patients)
- Dr. Alfonso Echeverria
- Dr. Michael Hinkson
- Dr. Mary Garcia-kumirov
- Dr. Philip Williams
- Dr. Margie Hartfield
- Dr. Edith Hernandez
- Dr. Steven Dudick
- Dr. Nourhan Mustafa
- Frank Bejarano, DBH
- Margarita Elias, LCSW
To schedule an appointment please call 520-281-1550.
Santa Cruz Family Dentistry’s Response to the COVID19 Situation
“We at Santa Cruz Family Dentistry understand the need for an abundance of caution at this time as much as anyone. For this reason, all non-elective dental procedures (exams, x-rays, cleanings, small fillings that don’t cause pain, impressions, etc.) will be postponed starting 3/18/20 and continuing until Monday, 4/6/20. All emergent and urgent dental problems will be addressed (bleeding, swelling, trauma, severe pain). The situation will be reassessed at that time as we receive ongoing updates from the American Dental Association. We will call patients 1-2 days prior to get your appointments either cancelled or rescheduled.”
Desert Streams Family Practice Remains Open for your healthcare needs.
In effort to reduce patient risk of exposure, we request no walk-ins at this time. We ask that you call for appt. or need.
This allows us to screen and schedule patients so as not to have more than one at a time that we can keep safe distances and maintain a disinfected environment.
We provide phone visits for established patients, if an exam is not necessary.
If you have a fever, we may ask you to wait in the car to screen you first.
CDC.gov can keep you up to date on information and recommendations regarding Covid 19.
Call for appt. Mon – TH 8a.m.- 5 pm at 520-224-3401
We close for lunch 12:15-1:30. Please leave a message and we will get back to you.