PIMA CO., Ariz. – Embry Health will provide COVID-19 Vaccinations starting April 14th in Pima County located at Casas Church Oro Valley (10801 N. La Cholla Blvd., Tuscon, AZ 85742) and Marana Civic Complex (11555 W. Civic Center Dr., Marana, AZ 85653).
Embry Health will provide the first dose of Moderna COVID-19 vaccines for those over 18 years old who work or live in Pima County. The hours of operation for Casas Church Oro Valley are Monday–Saturday between 8AM–5:30PM, and 8AM–4PM daily at Marana Civic Complex.
COVID-19 vaccines are becoming readily available every day, and Embry Health continues to provide Moderna vaccines to the public based on county allocation and to employers interested in getting their employees vaccinated on-site. Companies of any size can set up vaccination events for their employees who are interested in receiving the vaccine, knowing they’ll be able to safely return with Embry Health.
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.
Embry Health recently joined Arizona’s leading diagnostic testing lab, Sonora Quest Laboratories, to ensure Arizonans receive accurate test results in less than 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.
Services may vary per location.
*COVID-19 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).