The recent rollout of COVID-19 vaccines in Arizona has brought a sense of relief to many and will provide much needed help in defeating the virus. But there is still a long road ahead and many concerns and questions.
The recent rollout of COVID-19 vaccines in Arizona has brought a feeling of hope and relief in defeating this new virus — not only for those who have received the vaccine, but for the rest of the community patiently waiting for theirs as well.
The largest vaccination campaign in history has begun, with more than 11.1 million COVID-19 vaccine doses administered in the United States. The initial goal, put forth by the Trump administration’s Operation Warp Speed, involved vaccinating 20 million people before the first of the year.
Now that 2020 has passed, the good news is you made it through one of the most difficult years in the nation’s recent history. Though the start of 2021 brings renewed hope with an opportunity to improve your life by achieving goals and attaining new heights, this new year comes with its own new challenges and obstacles.
Because the COVID-19 vaccine is new, you may have questions about what happens before, during, and after you get vaccinated.
We’re excited to share the first episode of our new Caring is Back® podcast series, featuring Roger Peña, Director of Clinical Outreach Solutions. Learn how Equality Health’s Care Team is helping individuals overcome health challenges and lead healthier lives.
“I’m motivated to receive this second dose because I believe in the science that was used to create it,” says Dr. Edmond Baker, Medical Director, Equality Care Center.
New twists on holiday traditions to help keep the “happy” in your holiday – even during a pandemic.
Meet Dr. Pedro Rodriguez, one of the compassionate doctors with True Care MD, a primary care and geriatrics clinic, located in Phoenix, Sun City West and Peoria.
It’s no secret that healthcare has been at the center of COVID-19 disruptions. The pandemic has pushed the limits of the healthcare system in ways we could have never imagined. Provider revenue streams and staffing were significantly impacted, and everyone had to shift as much of their business model as possible to a virtual care environment to survive.