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  • Pima County opens new public health center

    Jun 30, 2015 | Read More News
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    The Pima County Health Department opened a brand new 10,000-square-foot public health center Monday that reinforces a universal, integrated approach to public health services.

    Theresa Lee Public Health CenterThe Theresa Lee Public Health Center, located at 1493 Commerce Court near Midvale and Valencia roads, joins two separate public health clinics, the Theresa Lee Clinic, 332 S. Freeway, and the Walter C. Rogers Clinic, 175 W. Irvington Road, into one convenient location. 

    Services will include family planning, sexually transmitted disease screening and treatment and Well Woman Healthcheck services (including breast and cervical cancer screenings).

    Following this year’s back-to-school immunization cycle, vaccinations for children and travelers will also be moved to the new center. Until September, the Walter C. Rogers South Clinic will remain open for immunizations.

    The new center will feature an electronic records management system that will allow more comprehensive care for clients.

    Thirty-two percent of all clients receiving clinical services through the Health Department reside within the zip code areas immediately surrounding the new location.

    The hours for the center are Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and the main phone number is (520) 724-7900.