TUCSON, Ariz. -The Tucson Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony with Embry Health on March 1st at Casas Church.
The Tucson Chamber of Commerce is welcoming Embry Health to the chamber for positively impacting the Tucson community.
Embry Health addresses Arizona’s need for widespread access to COVID-19 testing and seasonal vaccinations at 71 COVID-19 testing locations in rural and urban Arizona, as well as a growing number of COVID-19 vaccination sites. Additionally, all locations will soon be offering COVID-19 antibody testing. If you’re looking to implement a safe reopening plan for your business, Embry Health offers convenient and on-site testing.
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 no-cost tests with quick results.Although cases are dropping, infected people walking around without symptoms are capable of spreading the virus unknowingly. To avoid doing so, getting tested more frequently is essential whether you feel symptoms or not.
Embry Health will also celebrate its second Pima County location, with the Marana test site opening March 2nd.
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-19was taking on his community,so he pivoted resources from Embry Women’s Health clinic in Mesa and began offering no-cost PCR COVID testing to the public. Today with over 1000 employees at 71 drive-thru sites spread throughout Arizona, Embry Health continues to provide no-cost PCR COVID-19 testing and vaccinations to the public, regardless of their 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.