MARICOPA CO., Ariz. – Embry Health is hosting four private COVID-19 vaccine events for employers starting the week of Monday, April 26th in Maricopa County.
Employers partnered with Embry Health this week to provide the chance to offer the first dose of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccines to their employers who were interested in receiving one in a convenient and accessible way.
Starting on Monday, April 26th, Embry Health will provide COVID-19 vaccines to CityScape employees in Phoenix from 8AM–4PM. Upward Projects partnered with Embry Health to vaccinate on Wednesday, April 28th, at 8AM–12PM in Phoenix.
Two private events will be hosted on Friday, April 30th. The first COVID-19 event is from 8AM–12PM for Nikola Corporation in Phoenix, and in Scottsdale between 2PM–4PM to vaccinate Willmeng Construction.
Embry Health is taking action to curtail the spread of coronavirus by providing free* COVID-19 vaccines to the public in Coconino, Maricopa, Mohave, Pima, and Pinal County. To schedule an appointment at any of these county locations, please visit www.embryhealth.com/covid-19-vaccine.
Embry Health is also partnering with employers throughout Arizona to provide their staff COVID-19 vaccines by hosting private events held right at their place of work. Companies of all sizes can host an event with Embry Health. To learn more about hosting an event, please email [email protected].
Embry Health operates the widest network of COVID-19 test locations in Arizona and will soon be opening testing sites in Colorado and New Mexico. Embry Health also operates Mobile Testing Clinics to ensure there is accessible healthcare for all. Embry Health continues to provide free PCR COVID-19 testing, antibody testing, flu vaccinations, and Sofia® Rapid Testing to the public, regardless of medical insurance access.
Find out more about Embry Health, including the variety of testing services and job opportunities, by visiting EmbryHealth.com or calling (480) 376 – 2170.
Services may vary per location.
*COVID-19 vaccines and testing, antibody testing, and flu vaccines are at no cost for the patient regardless of insurance status. However, the appropriate payer will be billed (insurance/HRSA).