The deal affects St. Mary's and St. Joseph's in Tucson and Holy Cross in Nogales.
Dr. Thomas D. Boyer, University of Arizona Liver Research Institute
The screenings are being conducted Friday mornings.
The University of Arizona Medical Center was the sole Tucson-area hospital to make the magazine's annual national rankings
Medical marijuana researcher Dr. Suzanne Sisley made headlines across the state earlier this month after she lost her job at the University of Arizona College of Medicine in Phoenix.
Northwest Medical Center opened its sixth urgent care today.
U.S. Rep. Ron Barber, a Democrat from Tucson, is pressing federal officials about wait times in the Southern Arizona Veterans Affairs Health Care system.
Arizonans who missed the open enrollment deadline to get health insurance via the Affordable Care Act still have options, albeit limited ones.
Law firm accepting donations at several offices.
Dr. Michael R. Waldrum, chief executive officer of the University of Arizona Health Network told employees in a memo sent last night that the organization's senior leaders are "actively exploring" new strategies.
Sam Schmid made international headlines in 2011 after making a miraculous recovery from near fatal brain injuries. See how Sam is now inspiring others.
Medical staff had discussed taking Sam Schmid off life support in 2011 after a devastating car crash that killed his University of Arizona roommate.
Women who are current smokers and use an Android smartphone may be eligible to take part in a University of Arizona study on women who want to quit smoking but are worried about weight gain.
Anyone who has been felled by nausea and diarrhea lately is not alone.
Casa Grande Regional Medical Center will offer a Safe Sitter class for girls and boys age 11 to 13 at 8:30 a.m. on Saturday, June 7.
A new studio that combines ballet barre work, Pilates and yoga is opening at La Encantada shopping center in Tucson and will be offering free classes during the week of May 19 - 25.
The Arizona Department of Insurance is giving an additional grace period to people holding health insurance policies that were canceled under the Affordable Care Act.
Worry about the possibility of a measles outbreak in Arizona appears to be over, at least for now.
Federal numbers released today show that 120,000 Arizonans selected health plans via the federal marketplace during the open enrollment period, which ended March 31.
Tomorrow is the end of a grace period for certain people who are eligible for subsidized health insurance but haven't yet signed up.
The Tucson area is home to a sanctuary for pigs who are abused or neglected, primarily Vietnamese potbellied pigs who are adopted as piglets and so often abandoned when they get bigger.
Pima County health officials are closely watching the investigation into a measles case confirmed in an an unvaccinated traveler to Phoenix.
About 34 percent of the 843 accidental deaths investigated by the Pima County Office of the Medical Examiner in 2013 were due to drug or medication overdose, according to a new report.
The University of Arizona Arthritis Center's Living Healthy With Arthritis program will hold an event titled, "Battles of the Bad Back" at 6 p.m. tonight(April 2).
U.S. Rep. Raúl M. Grijalva will visit two Affordable Care Act enrollment fairs in Tucson today to thank navigators for helping the community find affordable health coverage.