COVID-19 Staff Information

Coronavirus/COVID-19 Information


SCAHC COVID-19 Information
 Total Tested: Pending Results: Negative Results: Positive Results
Active Cases:
47,433 0 38,920 8,513 66

This information was last updated on 6/1/2022 and will be updated weekly on Wednesday.

COVID-19 Positive Total Per SCAT District
  Gilson Wash Peridot: 7 Mile: Bylas: Other: 
POSITIVE 1568 2957 1705 1,543 740
RECOVERED 1535 2902 1682 1,534 726
DEATHS 22 31 8 5 2
ACTIVE CASES 11 24 15 4 12

This information was last updated on 6/1/2022 and will be updated weekly on Wednesday.

 County Number of Positive
Gila 17,545
Graham 12,128
Maricopa 1,305,383
Pinal 134,363
Navajo 38,799
Coconino 44,800
Santa Cruz 16,784
Cochise 31,991
Yavapai 49,058
Yuma 62,906
La Paz 5248
Mohave 58,198
Apache 22,769
Greenlee 2242
Pima 260,455
Total AZ Cases 2,062,669

This information was last updated on 6/1/2022 and will be updated every Wednesday.

*All AZ County information is retrieved from website.

Infection Control Contact for ALL infection control questions (testing, procedure, PPE, ect)           928-200-5902
Nurse Hotline Contact for any COVID-19 Symptoms           1-833-361-9550
Public Health Nursing Department Notifying of patients being treated by putting in a referral           928-228-7795
SCAHC Employee Health Nurse Contact for reporting employee exposure           928-961-0086


COVID-19 Initial Screening Information and Tutorial

COVID-19 Screener and Testing Procedural Information

All patients and staff will be screened with a temperature taken before entry into the facility.

COVID-19-Testing Process Flow

Personal Protective Equipment for Providers and Healthcare Workers

CDC recommends the use of Standard, Contact, and Droplet Precautions when caring for patients who are suspected or who have been confirmed infected with Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Personal Protective Equipment Guide-PPE Reference Guide

PPE-Power Point Presentation

PPE-Donning and Doffing Video

PAPR-Donning and Doffing Video

CAPR Training Program

Frequently Asked Questions-Guidance for PPE and FAQ’s about PPE

Discharge Process

Patients who did not met criteria for inpatient admission should be sent home with instructions for home isolation, social distancing, and return precautions.

Discharge InstructionsSelf Quarantine Instructions

Patient Acknowledgement Form

How is Public Health Responding-Public Health Nursing Response

As we respond to COVID-19, we continue to work with SCAT-Public Health Department to protect the health and safety of all the residents.

When an individual is tested with COVID-19, we ask the patient and family members to stay at home (quarantine). While the patient is quarantined and waits for the results of the test:

  1. Public Health Nursing will contact the patient by telephone to interview the patient.
  2. Public Health will thoroughly interview the patient’s history by walking through every moment and ask questions about who lives in the household, who had contact with the patient, for how long, and what were the circumstances.
  3. If need, the Public Health Nurse will follow up with a home visit.
  4. When the results are received, the patient will be contacted by SCAHC or the Public Health Nursing department.
  5. At any time, the patient can call the Nurse Hotline 1-833-361-9550.

Exposure Guidance for Providers and Healthcare Workers

Healthcare Workers who are exposed to a suspected or confirmed cases of COVID-19 should monitor themselves for symptoms (fever and cough). Exposed Healthcare Workers can continue to work as long as they are asymptomatic, but will need to contact the Employee Health Nurse. Please contact your Employee Health Nurse Kim Squire x7358 if you have questions

Coronavirus- RN Upscale Class

Coronavirus- SCAHC Visitor Information

Coronavirus- Risk Exposure Categories

Coronavirus-Public Resources

Coronavirus-Prevention in the Community

Infection Control Policies

Review your facility infection prevention and control policies MSN Policy Manager

Construction, Renovation, and Infection Control

Corrugated Cardboard

Eating and Drinking in the Work Place

Employee Health Program

Hand Hygiene

Infection Control Plan 2018

Post Exposure Plan

Prevention and Control of Bed Bugs

Respiratory Etiquette

Respiratory Protection Program

Standard and Transmission Precautions

TB Control Plan

Arizona COVID-19 Response Information

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is closely monitoring an outbreak of respiratory illness caused by a novel (new) Coronavirus first identified in Wuhan, Hubei Province, China. Chinese authorities identified the new Coronavirus, which has resulted in thousands of confirmed cases in China, including cases outside Wuhan City. (The virus is believed to have contributed to the deaths of approximately 2% of those infected.)

The spread of COVID-19 between people has generally occurred between close contacts primarily by respiratory droplets produced when an infected person coughs or sneezes (in the way that  influenza and other respiratory pathogens spread). It’s important to note that the ease with which  a virus spreads person-to-person can vary. Some viruses are highly contagious (like measles), while other viruses are less so. While CDC considers this is a very serious public health threat, based on current information, the immediate health risk from COVID-19 to the general American public is considered low at this time.

For more information about Coronaviruses please see Coronavirus website.

For the most up-to-date information on the outbreak, please visit the CDC’s COVID-19 website.

COVID-19 SCAHC Latest Updates

SCAT/SCAHC Release-April 9, 2020

SCAT/SCAHC Release-March 24, 2020

SCAT/SCAHC Release-March 13, 2020

SCAT/SCAHC Release-March 13, 2020 Page One, Page Two

Coronavirus – For More Information