Copper Queen News & Events

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BISBEE, ARIZ. (August 5, 2013) – The fifth annual Copper Queen Community Hospital (CQCH) golf tournament, a four person scramble, is set for a shotgun start at 9 a.m., Friday, September 13, 2013 at Turquoise Valley Golf Club to raise funds to help continue CQCH’s wellness programs. The Turquoise Valley Golf Club is located at…

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PHOENIX – Arizona health centers are receiving $2.3 million to help patients find insurance under President Barack Obama’s health care overhaul law. Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius announced the funds for 17 health centers across the state during a visit to Phoenix on Wednesday. The health centers treated more than 420,000 patients last…

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Once thought of as a disease from the 80s, the upward trend of HIV incidence rates has brought the spotlight back on HIV and AIDS. HIV infection is the presence of human immunode¬ ciency virus in a patient regardless of the stage of disease. AIDS is an advanced form of HIV infection based on certain…

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Congratulations to Juan Escalante, Chelsey Ruiz, Taylor Thornby, Rene Moran and Luis Salomon for being our 5 winners of the CQCH Development Fund Scholarship! Each individual received a $2500 scholarship to help them in their pursuit of a career in healthcare.

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BISBEE, Ariz. (June 3, 2013) — Jolene Samaniego, RN, is the 2013 recipient of Copper Queen Community Hospital’s (CQCH) Jane Delano Nursing Award. As a nurse working primarily in the medical and surgical department of CQCH, Samaniego’s care for her patients embodies the qualities that define this award.

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If you or someone you love experiences any sign of a stroke, get to an Emergency Department (ED) quickly. Don’t wait to see if the symptoms subside or if they get worse. Call 911 and let the Emergency Physicians at a hospital diagnose the problem and, if needed, start life-saving treatments. The chance of surviving…

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Modern Healthcare by Beth Kutcher BISBEE (May 4, 2013) — Bisbee, Ariz., is a former mining town of about 6,700 people, built in the hills of the red-rock Mule Mountains, it’s now known as an enclave of sorts for artists and hippies and was even a one-time runner-up as the “quirkiest” town in America. But…

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