University of Arizona students to staff Super Bowl first aid stations
The Arizona Board of Regents is scheduled to vote on a merger between Banner Health and the University of Arizona Health Network at 3 p.m. today.
The hospital at 1501 N. Campbell Ave. formerly known as University Medical Center and for the past three years as the University of Arizona Medical Center — University Campus is getting a new name.
Arizona's latest medical marijuana report released last week shows dispensary sales tripled last year over 2013.
Banner will acquire operations of both UA Health Network hospitals.
Some people who were without health insurance last year could qualify for an exemption to paying the federal penalty.
Northwest Urgent Care , on Tucson's west side, is offering the community free flu shots today(Tuesday, Jan. 13).
A free public talk titled, "A History of Medical Education in the United States," is scheduled for 2:30 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 15 at the Tucson area Academy Village retirement community.
A "4-H Healthy Living Ambassador" training program for teens starts Saturday at the Tucson Village Farm.
Program aims to help older adults and caregivers of adults
The Arizona Hospital and Healthcare Association expressed disappointment at today's Arizona Supreme Court ruling on Medicaid expansion.
Below is a full transcript of an interview with Dr. John Galgiani, director of the University of Arizona's Valley Fever Center for Excellence:
First pediatric flu fatality in Pima County since 2009
The state of Arizona, which currently screens newborns for 28 different disorders, is working on adding screening for more diseases.
She completed the 40-mile portion of the El Tour de Tucson cycling event on Saturday so now Tucson resident Jessica Cox, who was born without arms, has a new goal to achieve.
While officials with the Carondelet Health Network have not revealed specifics about an expected ownership change, a bond offering says the majority will go to Texas-based Tenet Healthcare Corp.
Open enrollment in health insurance via the Affordable Care Act began Saturday, and local advocates are busy doing outreach efforts around town.
Tucson centenarian Mary Jo Stinnett died last week at the age of 105.
University of Arizona president Ann Weaver Hart sent a memo to the UA campus community this afternoon that says a deal with Banner Health is set to close Jan. 31.
There were too many stories of hardship that came out of Tucson's HopeFest event Oct. 25 for us to include in Sunday's story about barriers to dental care.
Northwest Medical Center says it is investing $7.2 million into a new “freestanding emergency room” in Vail, a community southeast of Tucson.
A Gluten-Free awareness expo is scheduled for noon to 3 p.m. at Tucson Medical Center’s Lifegain Park on Sunday (Nov. 2).
Now that people of the same gender can legally marry in Arizona, the state's office of Vital Records is making some changes.
Event will discuss community's preparedness.