Yavapai County Community Health Services

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Yavapai County Community Health Services is a unique organization made up of a state of the art Federally Qualified Community Health Center and a top notch Health Department under one roof. As such, we offer "one-stop shopping" for most of your preventative and health care needs. Recently ranked the #1 county in Arizona in terms of health factors by the University of Wisconsin's Population Institute, YCCHS prides itself in offering high quality services t all of its residents and visitors. We offer services for the full life cycle beginning with prenatal care to expectant moms, birth certificates for those new babies, home nursing visits for specially challenged babies, immunizations to keep everyone safe from disease, WIC services to ensure optimal nutrition, school-based health education at all levels, medical and dental services for all ages, restaurant inspections to ensure safe dining for all, disaster preparedness, home care services for qualified seniors and even death certificates when this life's journey is through. With over 50 programs serving all ages and available to all Yavapai County residents -- everyone benefits from Yavapai County Community Health Services' broad array of resources.

Mission: Yavapai County Community Health Services provides leadership, information, and services that contribute to improving the health and well-being of Yavapai County residents.

07/11/2020
Covid-19 Update for 07/10/2020

Yavapai County Community Health Services Director Leslie Horton provides an update on the Coronavirus in Yavapai County and speaks with Yavapai County Board of Supervisors Vice-Chairman Randy Garrison about how Covid-19 is effecting the Verde Valley.

What To Look For In A Face Mask, According To Science
07/10/2020
What To Look For In A Face Mask, According To Science

What To Look For In A Face Mask, According To Science

To help you wade through the mountain of options, we’ve taken a look at the (admittedly limited) science available and spoken to experts to create a science-backed guide to mask shopping.

Yavapai County Community Health Services's cover photo
07/10/2020

Yavapai County Community Health Services's cover photo

Virologists and other scientific experts still know relatively little about SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. ...
07/10/2020
Experts say COVID’s airborne transmission may deserve more attention

Virologists and other scientific experts still know relatively little about SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. But the ever-growing body of evidence about how the virus is transmitted suggests that tiny airborne particles, commonly known as aerosols, play a big role in spreading the microbe around.

The CDC broadly acknowledges that airborne droplets may be infectious, and wearing masks and social distancing can provide protection. But getting the World Health Organization to acknowledge the infectious potential of aerosols in its guidelines is proving more complicated.

July 10th Update - Yavapai County Community Health Services - Yavapai County reports 1,070 COVID-19 CasesApache 2,534 Co...
07/10/2020

July 10th Update - Yavapai County Community Health Services - Yavapai County reports 1,070 COVID-19 Cases

Apache 2,534 Coconino 2,379 Cochise 980 Graham 184 Greenlee 29 Gila 424 La Paz 394 Maricopa 76,328 Mohave 1,696 Navajo 4,255
Pima 11,172 Pinal 5,332 Santa Cruz 2,133 Yavapai 1,070 Yuma 7,994

860,295 Arizonans have been tested for COVID-19 with 116,892 positive results (an increase of 4,255), and 2,082 deaths.

Yavapai County has tested 22,023 residents with 1,070 positive cases, 420 recovered, and 11 deaths.

Yavapai Regional Medical Center reports 26 COVID-19 patients on the West Campus and 1 person under investigation (PUI), as well as 1 COVID hospitalization on the East Campus with 7 (PUI).

Verde Valley Medical Center reports 15 COVID hospitalizations and 0 PUI.

The VA is caring for 5 COVID-19 patients with no PUI.

YCCHS has invested in a team of contact tracers working with our Epidemiologist and Public Health Nurse Supervisor to assist with contacting our most recent positive cases. This is important work to assess the spread of COVID-19 in our communities. These volunteers are doctors, public health nurses and YCCHS staff. Please expect a call. The information they will be asking is to evaluate the test you received, how you think you contracted the virus, and the people close to you who may be at risk.

New COVID-19 Cases since Yesterday:
Apache +14 Coconino +41 Cochise +75 Graham +4 Greenlee +2 Gila +39 La Paz +10 Maricopa +3,163 Mohave +101 Navajo +105 Pima +337 Pinal +176 Santa Cruz +38 Yavapai +14 Yuma +95

Governor’s Message: “Increased Testing, Strengthening Guidelines, and You’re Safer at Home”

Governor Ducey, Dr. Cara Christ and Major General Michael McGuire provided and update on the state’s response yesterday as the state experienced over 2,000 deaths. The announcement to limit capacity to less than 50% at restaurants with indoor seating comes in addition to recent action taken by the Governor to prohibit large gatherings, cease the issuance of new special event licenses and pause the operations of bars, gyms, movie theaters, waterparks and tubing rentals.

In addition, Governor Ducey and Arizona Department of Health Services Director Dr. Cara Christ announced new initiatives to boost staffing in underserved areas, get test results to Arizonans faster, and further enhance hospital staffing and capacity.

Dr. Christ announced a new partnership with the (CDC) and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to offer up to 5,000 free COVID-19 tests per day at sites in Maryvale and South Phoenix. This increase in testing includes 12 days of surge testing. She also said that ADHS is partnering with Arizona State University to provide saliva-based COVID-19 testing to Arizonans. Through this partnership, ADHS has committed up to $12.7 million to fund the expansion of testing sites to serve up to 100,000 Arizonans.

“Project Catapult” to Increase Test Processing Capability - ADHS is also partnering with Sonora Quest Laboratories and Euroimmun/PerkinElmer to expand processing capabilities of COVID-19 diagnostic tests. Under this partnership, Sonora Quest expects to increase processing capacity to 35,000 diagnostic tests per day by the end of July, and up to 60,000 tests per day by the end of August.

 For Yavapai County data and COVID-19 Resources www.yavapai.us/chs
 Yavapai Emergency Phone Bank: 928-442-5103 - Monday-Thursday, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
 Arizona 2-1-1: A resource for all the time, not just during COVID-19. https://211arizona.org/
 COVID-19 information en español: https://azhealth.gov/covid-19
 #Yavapai Stronger Together - https://justicementalhealth.com/resources-support/#covid19

Levels of risk
07/10/2020

Levels of risk

It's going to be a hot weekend in Yavapai County...be careful out there!
07/10/2020

It's going to be a hot weekend in Yavapai County...be careful out there!

07/09/2020
COVID-19 News Conference 07-09-2020

The Governor's press conference today.

From Governor Doug Ducey press conference today & new Executive Order:
* Indoor Dining to less than 50% occupancy (as set by local FD's)
* Dramatically expand testing in AZ with help from FEMA
"Wear a mask- do it for your neighbor, your grandmother, your doctor...physically distance and wash your hands as often as possible. We will be living with this virus for the foreseeable future...
any excuse you can find to stay home will benefit AZ"- Gov Doug Ducey

News conference covering Arizona's response to the COVID-19 Outbreak as of July 9, 2020.

07/09/2020

The Arizona Department of Health Services was notified by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) about several hand sanitizing products that have been inappropriately manufactured with methanol. Arizona Poison Control Centers have reported an increase in the number of methanol-related poisonings from hand sanitizers by ingestion and skin exposure.

Alcohol-based hand sanitizers have been marketed heavily during the COVID-19 pandemic as an alternative to washing hands with soap and water. FDA recently advised consumers not to use hand sanitizers manufactured by Eskbiochem SA de CV (made in Mexico), because even though the label may list ethanol they also can contain methanol. The FDA maintains a list of affected hand sanitizers that contain methanol.

The major toxic effects of methanol do not show until methanol is broken down in the body, which may be delayed for 12-24 hours after exposure. These effects can include: drowsiness, headache, vomiting, abdominal pain, visual disturbances, and blurred vision. Consumers who have been exposed to hand sanitizer containing methanol should seek immediate medical care.

If a patient presents with the aforementioned symptoms and has history of exposure to alcohol-based hand sanitizers, Arizona providers should:
● Provide immediate treatment, which is critical for potential reversal of toxic effects of methanol poisoning;
● Immediately call the Poison Control Center at (800) 222-1222.

FDA advises consumers not to use any hand sanitizer manufactured by Eskbiochem SA de CV in Mexico, due to the potential presence of methanol (wood alcohol), a substance that can be toxic when absorbed through the skin or ingested. FDA has identified the following products manufactured by Eskbiochem:

All-Clean Hand Sanitizer (NDC: 74589-002-01)
Esk Biochem Hand Sanitizer (NDC: 74589-007-01)
CleanCare NoGerm Advanced Hand Sanitizer 75% Alcohol (NDC: 74589-008-04)
Lavar 70 Gel Hand Sanitizer (NDC: 74589-006-01)
The Good Gel Antibacterial Gel Hand Sanitizer (NDC: 74589-010-10)
CleanCare NoGerm Advanced Hand Sanitizer 80% Alcohol (NDC: 74589-005-03)
CleanCare NoGerm Advanced Hand Sanitizer 75% Alcohol (NDC: 74589-009-01)
CleanCare NoGerm Advanced Hand Sanitizer 80% Alcohol (NDC: 74589-003-01)
Saniderm Advanced Hand Sanitizer (NDC: 74589-001-01)

The Arizona Department of Health Services and local health departments will continue to monitor developments related to this emerging issue. Please continue to check the CDC website for the newest, most reliable information. If you have any questions about reporting, please contact your local health department.

07/09/2020
National Institute of Standards and Technology

National Institute of Standards and Technology

This visualization shows the way that air flows out of our nose and mouth when we breathe, cough and talk. See how that flow changes when wearing different types of face coverings.

Remember:
Cover smart.
Do your part.
Slow the spread.

Get the background on the stay-at-home lab behind these images: https://www.nist.gov/blogs/taking-measure/my-stay-home-lab-shows-how-face-coverings-can-slow-spread-disease

US National Weather Service Flagstaff Arizona
07/09/2020

US National Weather Service Flagstaff Arizona

High pressure will bring a period of above normal temperatures to the area beginning today. The warmest temperatures are forecast for this weekend. Try to limit outdoor activities, and be sure to drink plenty of water.

July 9th Update - Yavapai County Community Health ServicesYavapai County reports 1,056 COVID-19 CasesApache 2,520 Coconi...
07/09/2020
Yavapai County Community Health Services (YCCHS) Home

July 9th Update - Yavapai County Community Health Services
Yavapai County reports 1,056 COVID-19 Cases

Apache 2,520 Coconino 2,338 Cochise 905 Graham 180 Greenlee 27 Gila 385 La Paz 384 Maricopa 73,165 Mohave 1,595 Navajo 4,150
Pima 10,835 Pinal 5,156 Santa Cruz 2,095 Yavapai 1,056 Yuma 7,899

841,282 Arizonans have been tested for COVID-19 with 112,671 positive results (an increase of 4,057), and 2,038 deaths.

Yavapai County has tested 21,690 residents with 1,056 positive cases, 420 recovered, and 11 deaths.

Yavapai Regional Medical Center reports 27 COVID-19 patients on the West Campus and 2 persons under investigation (PUI), as well as 3 COVID hospitalizations on the East Campus with 5 (PUI).

Verde Valley Medical Center reports 16 COVID hospitalizations and 0 PUI.

The VA is caring for 7 COVID-19 patients with 1 PUI.

New COVID-19 Cases since Yesterday

Apache +21 Coconino +88 Cochise +21 Graham +1 Greenlee +1 Gila +12 La Paz +3 Maricopa +3,037 Mohave +86 Navajo +61 Pima +350 Pinal +197 Santa Cruz +34 Yavapai +15 Yuma +124

Arizona’s weekly positive rate for PCR tests, which diagnose active coronavirus infections, has risen every week since early May, when it was 5%. For the PCR tests given last week that have been processed, the positive rate was up to 22%. The reported PCR positive rate so far this week is 23%.

There have been more than 652,000 PCR tests given in Arizona, including 11,931 added to the total Thursday. Of the tests processed, the positive rate was up to 13.9%. It was 13.7% on Wednesday, 12% on June 30, and 6.7% on May 31.

It is concerning to see the “youth surge” in COVID-19 cases across the country, but thinking they are resilient may be a mistake. Young people infected with COVID-19 still face extreme dangers—and present real danger to their close contacts and their community. Young people who feel fine can still contract long-term organ damage, particularly to their lungs. They can pass the disease to more vulnerable people, who end up in the hospital; a youth surge could easily translate into a broader uptick some weeks from now. And the sheer breadth of the youth surge could force businesses to shut down, throwing millions more people into limbo or outright unemployment.

The National Guard is assisting with contact tracing, if you have tested positive you may receive a call from 844-957-2721.

 Food Sharing in Prescott Valley – Thursdays 5-7:00 p.m. at the former Alberton’s.
 For Yavapai County data and COVID-19 Resources www.yavapai.us/chs
 Yavapai Emergency Phone Bank: 928-442-5103 - Monday-Thursday, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
 Arizona 2-1-1: A resource for all the time, not just during COVID-19. https://211arizona.org/
 COVID-19 information en español: https://azhealth.gov/covid-19
 #Yavapai Stronger Together - https://justicementalhealth.com/resources-support/#covid19

Yavapai County Community Health Services will provide leadership, information, and services that contribute to improving the health and well-being of Yavapai County residents.

07/09/2020
Verde Valley TV - City of Cottonwood Government Access Channel

Thanks to Paul David and Verde Valley TV, Leslie Horton, Director was interviewed is on CountyWide.

Yavapai Broadcasting News Director Paul David talks with Yavapai County Community Health Services Director Leslie Horton about the current COVID-19 cases in Yavapai County, hospital capacity, and more.

Arizona Coronavirus Map and Case Count
07/09/2020
Arizona Coronavirus Map and Case Count

Arizona Coronavirus Map and Case Count

A detailed county map shows the extent of the coronavirus outbreak, with tables of the number of cases by county.

07/08/2020
Covid-19 Update for 07/08/2020

Yavapai County Community Health Services Director Leslie Horton discusses the current Covid-19 situation in Yavapai County including Contact Tracing.

City Government of Prescott, Arizona
07/08/2020

City Government of Prescott, Arizona

Yavapai County - Honoring Our Superheroes

The community is coming together for Operation Honor Our Superheros, in support of frontline workers, during the COVID-19 health emergency. There will be a processon on Thursday, July 16 at 10 a.m. The procession will begin at YRMC East in Prescott Valley, go to the NAVAHCS, and will end at YRMC West in Prescott. Details can be found in the flier in this post!

Yavapai County Development Services Department
07/08/2020

Yavapai County Development Services Department

Arizona has historically seen underrepresented counts for young children, multi-family housing residents, military families, non-native English speakers, low-income residents, minorities and rural residents. An undercount of Arizonans would result in a direct loss of millions of dollars per year to Arizona for critical programs across the state.
More than $650 billion annually is on the table for distribution to the states from the federal government - that's nearly $3,000 per Arizonan every year! It's critical that Arizona gets its fair share. Respond to the 2020 Census and learn more at 2020CENSUS.GOV or AZCENSUS2020.GOV

American Red Cross Arizona
07/08/2020

American Red Cross Arizona

Summer is the perfect time for outdoor activities, but it can also lead to heat-related injuries and illnesses such as heat cramps, heat exhaustion, and heatstroke. Knowing how to prevent heat-related injuries and illnesses can help you stay safe this summer.

- Drink plenty of water.
- Don’t overexert yourself.
- Try to spend more time in shady, cool areas.
- Wear loose, light-colored clothing.
- Avoid going out during the hottest times of the day.
For more tips, visit https://bddy.me/2Zd6jpX
#redcrossAZ-NM #heatsafety

July 8th Update - Yavapai County Community Health ServicesYavapai County reports 1,041 COVID-19 Cases, with 42 cases Ove...
07/08/2020
2-1-1 Arizona - A Program of Crisis Response Network

July 8th Update - Yavapai County Community Health Services
Yavapai County reports 1,041 COVID-19 Cases, with 42 cases Overnight

Apache 2,499 Coconino 2,250 Cochise 884 Graham 179 Greenlee 26 Gila 373 La Paz 381 Maricopa 70,128 Mohave 1,509 Navajo 4,089
Pima 10,485 Pinal 4,959 Santa Cruz 2,061 Yavapai 1,041 Yuma 7,775

827,089 Arizonans have been tested for COVID-19 with 108,614 positive results, there have been 1,963 deaths.

Yavapai County has tested 21,456 residents with 1,041 positive cases, 420 recovered, and 11 deaths.

Yavapai Regional Medical Center reports 25 COVID-19 patients on the West Campus and no persons under investigation (PUI), as well as 3 COVID hospitalizations on the East Campus with 3 (PUI).

Verde Valley Medical Center reports 15 COVID hospitalizations and 0 PUI.

The VA is caring for 3 COVID-19 patients with no PUI.

New COVID-19 Cases since Yesterday
Apache +28 Coconino +13 Cochise +29 Graham +7 Greenlee n/c Gila +12 La Paz +7 Maricopa +2,585 Mohave +61 Navajo +74 Pima +311 Pinal +167 Santa Cruz +13 Yavapai +42 Yuma +176

What is contact tracing?

Contact tracing is used by health departments to prevent the spread of infectious disease. In general, contact tracing involves identifying people who have an infectious disease (cases) and their contacts (people who may have been exposed) and working with them to interrupt disease transmission. For COVID-19, this includes asking cases to isolate and contacts to quarantine at home voluntarily.

Contact tracing for COVID-19 typically involves:
• Interviewing people with COVID-19 to identify everyone with whom they had close contact during the time they may have been infectious,
• Notifying contacts of their potential exposure,
• Referring contacts for testing,
• Monitoring contacts for signs and symptoms of COVID-19, and
• Connecting contacts with services they might need during the self-quarantine period.
Summary of COVID-19 Specific Practices
• Contact tracing will be conducted for close contacts (any individual within 6 feet of an infected person for at least 15 minutes) of laboratory-confirmed or probable COVID-19 patients.
• Remote communications for the purposes of case investigation and contact tracing should be prioritized; in-person communication may be considered only after remote options have been exhausted.
• Those contacts who test positive (symptomatic or asymptomatic) should be managed as a confirmed COVID-19 case.
• Asymptomatic contacts testing negative should self-quarantine for 14 days from their last exposure (i.e., close encounter with confirmed or probable COVID-19 case)
• If testing is not available, symptomatic close contacts should self-isolate and be managed as a probable COVID-19 case.
• If testing is not available, asymptomatic close contacts should self-quarantine and be monitored for 14 days after their last exposure, with linkage to clinical care for those who develop symptoms.

The public health evaluation of close contacts to patients with laboratory-confirmed or probable COVID-19 may vary depending on the exposure setting. Contacts in special populations and/or congregate settings require additional considerations and may need handoff to a senior health department investigator or special team.

In response to questions regarding when people awaiting test results in isolation, ADHS has created guidelines and a flow chart to help better understand the process. These guidelines are now on our website under the COVID-19 dashboard.

The National Guard is assisting with contact tracing, if you have tested positive you may receive a call from 844-957-2721.

 Food Sharing in Prescott Valley – Thursdays 5-7:00 p.m. at the former Alberton’s.
 For Yavapai County data and COVID-19 Resources www.yavapai.us/chs
 Yavapai Emergency Phone Bank: 928-442-5103 - Monday-Thursday, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
 Arizona 2-1-1: A resource for all the time, not just during COVID-19. https://211arizona.org/
 COVID-19 information en español: https://azhealth.gov/covid-19
 #Yavapai Stronger Together - https://justicementalhealth.com/resources-support/#covid19

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Prescott, AZ
86305

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1090 Commerce Drive, Public Health, Health Education, In-Home services, WIC, Health Start, Community Health Center of Yavapai , Prescott Free Clinic, HPV Vaccinations

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Tuesday 08:00 - 05:00
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Yavapai County Community Health Services is a top notch, nationally accredited Health Department. As such, we offer "one-stop shopping" for most of your preventative and health care needs. Recently ranked the #1 county in Arizona in terms of health factors by the University of Wisconsin's Population Institute, YCCHS prides itself in offering high quality services to all of its residents and visitors. We offer services for the full life cycle beginning with prenatal care to expectant moms, birth certificates for those new babies, home nursing visits for specially challenged babies, immunizations to keep everyone safe from disease, WIC services to ensure optimal nutrition, school-based health education at all levels, medical and dental services for all ages, restaurant inspections to ensure safe dining for all, disaster preparedness, home care services for qualified seniors and even death certificates when this life's journey is through. With over 50 programs serving all ages and available to all Yavapai County residents -- everyone benefits from Yavapai County Community Health Services' broad array of resources.


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Your format for today's report is messed up. The READ MORE link doesn't work.
Can you tell me when updated covid results will be posted on web site?
The rapid increase in hospitalizations is alarming (YRMC west). For comparison, how many patients might typically be hospitalized at one time for flu symptoms during flu season?
Could you please make the June 29 update easier to find? Thanks!
Does the total positive count include those who have a positive antibody test but had not been counted as positive before? I’m a bit confused.
Man tests Oxygen level with and without mask...
The following post was taken down from the 28,072-member Prescott, AZ page, but I think this travel alert needs to be communicated within Yavapai County to alert travelers to potential problems in traveling from Arizona to three northeastern states. _________________________________________________________ NOTICE FOR AZ TRAVELERS BOUND TO NY, NJ, CT — NEW 14-DAY MANDATORY COVID-19 QUARANTINE POLICIES APPLY TO TRAVELERS FROM NINE US STATES Governors of the states of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut have imposed mandatory 14-day quarantines on all inbound travelers coming from nine states currently deemed to be “high risk” for COVID-19, including Arizona.[1] This comes after 34,720 new confirmed COVID-19 cases were reported nationwide yesterday, of which over 35.1% were confirmed cases in just three states: Texas, Arizona, and Florida.[1] CORRECTION: My original description cited 80%, not 35.1% owing to an erroneous calculation, now corrected here and in my linked article. The purpose of my post isn’t to spark a massive political discussion of these travel restrictions (travel is not banned, but self-quarantine is mandated as I described above). The intent is to let anyone in Prescott and Yavapai County planning to travel to the New York Tri-State area of the new policies, or for folks with family and friends who will need to return to those states. New York and New Jersey were epicenters of COVID-19 following the State of Washington, so one can understand why those Governors, applying a metric based on positivity testing and not the ideologies of who’s governing the “at risk” states, as my article on The Link shows. And I also know that Yavapai County is being included in the mandatory quarantines somewhat unfairly: This is what occurs when you apply a categorical association broadly… roughly ten Arizona counties, including Yavapai County, have fairly healthy and stable COVID-19 growth patterns, with no need for mandatory mask policies at this time (but we should all be vigilant should exponential growth return for any reason as was occurring for a time in March). The primary source of new cases in Arizona originates from Maricopa, Pima, and Apache counties. But so too, of the nine states affected, I also mentioned that 35.1% of the daily new cases for June 23 were from Texas, Arizona and Florida, as my article on The Link explores in more depth.[1] It seems impossible to separate discussions about health, or new travel policies that may affect many of us (fairly or unfairly) without also touching on politics. But apparently that’s where we are today, and probably have been for a good long time. _______________________________________________________ SOURCE [1] “Blind Man” Bert Sierra via The Link, reporting on portion of PBS NewsHour full episode and news from WNBC-TV (Channel 4) (New York City) for Jun 24, 2020:
Are masks required in Yavapai County
Health services are greatly affected by the Census. We have an option to do at least one possitive action a day. As we all network together, lets keep in mind what OUR community efforts will make! Results from the Decennial Census impact everything from social services provided, civil rights enforcement and protections. Apportionment of representation in our state, local, and federal government. The list goes on. This event even impacts our National and State parks and Recreation outlets. Schools on all levels, EMT services, Librarys, Infrastructor on every level. HISTORY MAKERS are wanted and needed, BE A HISTORY MAKER (Today) As we move along in life, let us not forget that our steps shape our future. (and those behind us) mycensus2020.gov 2020census.gov/jov
I really want to hear the "professional medical advice" that the county has about this video.