EMBRY HEALTH AND PHOENIX CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL PARTNER FOR COVID-19 HARDSHIP FUNDRAISER
PHOENIX, Ariz. – Embry Health and Phoenix Children’s Hospital partnered to raise money for patient’s families facing financial adversity during the COVID-19 pandemic. Their goal is to raise $25,000 to help ease families’ financial burden while their child is in the hospital.
The coronavirus pandemic has caused families to suffer emotionally and financially. Embry Health and Phoenix Children’s Hospital want to help ease minds by allowing families to focus solely on their child in need and not the financial adversity that comes with it. The COVID-19 Hardship Fund offers emergency relief for families by assisting with rent, mortgage, temporary lodging and housing, transportation, food, clothing, and other basic needs.
Please consider donating as little as $1 to help families in need while the Phoenix Children’s Hospital commits to advancing the health and well-being of the community’s most vulnerable children. Donate by visiting action.phoenixchildrens.com/goto/testNOW.
Embry Health operates the widest network of COVID-19 test locations in the state of Arizona. In March 2020, CEO Raymond Embry saw the toll COVID-19 was taking on his community, so he pivoted resources from Embry Women’s Health clinic in Mesa and began offering free* PCR COVID testing to the public. Today with over 1,000 employees and over 70 drive-thru sites spread throughout Arizona, Embry Health continues to provide free PCR COVID-19 testing, antibody testing, COVID-19 vaccinations, and flu vaccinations to the public, regardless of their medical insurance access.
Recently, Embry Health joined Arizona’s leading diagnostic testing lab, Sonora Quest Laboratories, to ensure Arizonans receive accurate test results within 24 hours on average. The partnership between Sonora Quest Laboratories and Embry Health makes it easier to access free tests with quick results.
Find out more about Embry Health, including the variety of testing services and job opportunities, by visiting EmbryHealth.com or calling (480) 376-2170.