If you have questions about COVID-19 exposure, transmission and/or testing, contact the Northern Arizona Healthcare Coronavirus Hotline at 928-773-2301 or 1-833-708-0894. Get more information.

If you need information on how to obtain a COVID vaccine in Northern Arizona please click here.

As the COVID-19 situation progresses, all Northern Arizona Healthcare facilities have enacted restricted visiting guidelines. Learn More.

For community providers wishing to refer their patients for monoclonal antibody treatment for COVID-19, visit this page.

Staying free from infection

Infectious disease specialists at Northern Arizona Healthcare diagnose and treat complex infections. Typically, these infections can be accompanied by a high fever or may not respond to normal treatment.

These infections are often transmitted from person to person; through insect or animal bites; through contaminated food or water; or by exposure to harmful organisms in the environment.

Did you know?

  • Many different kinds of bacteria can live on and inside the body without causing any harm. – National Institutes of Health
  • Flu season is at its peak from October through May. – Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
  • Many adults are not fully vaccinated, leaving them vulnerable to preventable illnesses. – Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
  • An estimated 40 million people are living with HIV/AIDS worldwide. – World Health Organization