Embry Health has immediate openings for 500 new employees in Arizona and across the nation as the demand for Covid-19 testing reaches record levels. On Monday, 46,950 appointments were booked for testing.
The ongoing supply chain crisis that’s affecting a range of industries around the globe isn’t sparing small businesses in the United States. Logistics experts say the problems are likely to get worse before they get better — potentially dragging into 2023 or beyond.
Embry Health is pleased to announce two new testing sites in Peoria. Pioneer Park and the Peoria Sports Complex will be open for COVID testing beginning Wednesday, September 15. Each location will be open 7 days a week from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m., offering free COVID testing.
The Biodesign Institute said it has been working with Gov. Doug Ducey and his team to make sure everyone is on the same page to try to curtail the surge. A goal of this new test is to get more young people comfortable with the idea of testing, as they are making up most of the new coronavirus cases in the state.
Harnessing the power of state-of-the-art technology and “big data” analysis, researchers at the newly formed Arizona COVID-19 Genomics Union (ACGU) seek to better understand how this virus may be evolving, how it is transmitted and how it is moving through the general population.
The antibody tests build upon the work of UArizona Health Sciences and BIO5 Institute researchers. The tests will help determine how many people have been exposed to the novel coronavirus and have successfully built an immunity against it.
Veyo, the nation’s first and only full-service, tech-enabled non-emergency medical transportation broker, has announced the creation of a specialized fleet of drivers who will transport COVID-19 infected/suspected patients to and from life-sustaining medical appointments, with the aim of alleviating the extreme stress that has been placed on the non-emergency ambulance industry.
What began as a client project to serve and protect has evolved into a direct supplier of FDA-approved, personal-protective equipment (PPE) to thousands of healthcare professionals and other businesses in need. Strategic Growth Advisory President Pamela Barnhill is working to address the shortage of FDA-approved PPE.
As a leading global technology solutions provider, Avnet is doing its part for the community and its customers to combat coronavirus (COVID-19) through technology.
The Maricopa Community Colleges, in collaboration with the Healthcare Education Department and the Maricopa Community Colleges Foundation, are using 3D printers for manufacturing and donating Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). PPE will be delivered to healthcare providers and first responders across the Valley to bring relief to the Arizona community and assist those in need during the COVID-19 pandemic.