Claudia Velasco accepts Sister Cities Health Committee Commission from Nogales Mayor John Doyle. Nogales, AZ. (February 26, 2016) SEAHEC’s Border Health Program Coordinator, Claudia Velasco, will represent Nogales Arizona on the new Ambos Nogales “Sister Cities” Health Committee, which was established earlier this month when Nogales Arizona and Nogales Sonora signed an addendum LEARN MORE
Mosquito Surveillance for Dengue and Zika Virus Prevention Nogales, AZ. (February 26, 2016) Members of SEAHEC's Future Healthcare Leaders Clubs are going to play an important role in preventing mosquito borne diseases this year. While they are at it, high school students from Nogales and the Tohono O'odham Nation will get a taste of what it means to be an epidemiologist.
Rio Rico Fire & Medical District EMS staff after a medication management training led by Kelly Boesen, Pharm D. from the AZ Poison & Drug Center, one of the partners in the HRSA grant. SEAHEC’s collaboration with local fire departments continues to bear fruit and is gaining momentum. On February 10th, 2016, SEAHEC LEARN MORE
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aeB9kyy26A0 High School Students: Want to be a doctor? Sign up now to explore medical careers Congratulations 2015 Karen Halverson Scholarship Recipients Summer Scrubs is a UA College of Medicine health career exploration program that helps young people prepare for their future in the health professions by providing the opportunity to participate in professional lectures, LEARN MORE