County service consolidations, closures, and cancellations

Pima County is keeping a list of County service closures and cancellations updated throughout the coronavirus pandemic.

Today, April 2, they send out a communication about the consolidation of health services:

In response the COVID-19 outbreak, the Health Department has consolidated clinic operations and has temporarily closed North Clinic, located at 3550 N. First Ave., and East Clinic, located at 6920 E. Broadway. Certain essential services offered at these clinics will be provided at the Theresa Lee Public Health Center, located at 1493 W. Commerce Court.

Services at the Theresa Lee Public Health Center will be provided on a limited basis. Walk-in appointments have been suspended. Some services can be completed telephonically (e.g., prescription refills). All patients must call to schedule an appointment. The Health Department will screen patients at the clinic for symptoms of COVID-19, however, COVID-19 testing is not provided.

To schedule an appoint for immunizations, sexually transmitted infection testing, family planning, and well-woman health checks or for additional information about services at the Theresa Lee Public Health Center please call (520) 724-7900.

Additional Pima County Health Department service changes:

  • Vital Records: staff will process birth and death certificates requests online and through mail-in requests only. Contact information is available here.

  • Consumer Health and Food Safety (CHFS): Restaurant and food service inspections will continue to protect public health.In response the COVID-19 outbreak, the Health Department has consolidated clinic operations and has temporarily closed North Clinic, located at 3550 N. First Ave., and East Clinic, located at 6920 E. Broadway. Certain essential services offered at these clinics will be provided at the Theresa Lee Public Health Center, located at 1493 W. Commerce Court.

    Services at the Theresa Lee Public Health Center will be provided on a limited basis. Walk-in appointments have been suspended. Some services can be completed telephonically (e.g., prescription refills). All patients must call to schedule an appointment. The Health Department will screen patients at the clinic for symptoms of COVID-19, however, COVID-19 testing is not provided.

    To schedule an appoint for immunizations, sexually transmitted infection testing, family planning, and well-woman health checks or for additional information about services at the Theresa Lee Public Health Center please call (520) 724-7900.

    Additional Pima County Health Department service changes:

    • Vital Records: staff will process birth and death certificates requests online and through mail-in requests only. Contact information is available here.

    • Consumer Health and Food Safety (CHFS): Restaurant and food service inspections will continue to protect public health.