PALOMINAS — Copper Queen Medical Associates in Palominas welcomed Physical Therapist Melissa Gaethje, DPT, earlier this year. Gaethje is available for appointments immediately and can typically see patients the next day. Gaethje has an extensive background in total joint replacement rehabilitation as well as firsthand experience with sports injuries. Prior to be becoming…

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Sierra Vista Herald By Christine Steele christine.steele@svherald.com Dec 27, 2015  BISBEE — The Arizona Medical Eye Unit will be in the parking lot of Copper Queen Community Hospital Douglas Medical Complex on two different dates in January to provide free eye exams to eligible patients. The mobile AMEU from the Lions Vision Center, Inc.…

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Sierra Vista Herald December 19, 2015 by Christine Steele   Copper Queen Hospital and Bisbee School District administrators recently toured Bisbee High School to examine the repairs to be done by the hospital at the high school to help them correct health violations found during a recent Cochise County Health Inspection. In the background is…

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Douglas Dispatch by Aaliyah Montoya December 18, 2015   DOUGLAS — Copper Queen Community Hospital and the City of Douglas hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony on Thursday, presenting the new Douglas Life Trail at Airport Park. The $50,000 exercise trail was donated by CQCH, with proceeds from their annual golf tournament, as part of their…

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Sierra Vista Herald December 10, 2015 BISBEE — Copper Queen Community Hospital will join with the City of Douglas for a ribbon cutting ceremony for the new Life Trail Exercise Stations in conjunction with Senior Wellness Appreciation Day. The ceremony is planned for Thursday, Dec. 17, from noon to 3 p.m. at Airport Park in…

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            Sierra Vista Herald BISBEE — Copper Queen Community Hospital (CQCH) and Chief Executive Officer Jim Dickson has recently received three national awards and one state award for patient satisfaction and performance. The recognition was by the following organizations: • iVantage Health Analytics and National Organization of State Offices of…

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NBC News – by Maggie Fox American kids are being hurt and killed by the spread of antibiotic-resistant “superbugs,” pediatricians said Monday. The World Health Organization cautioned that people around the world still don’t understand much about antibiotic resistance, what it means and how it might affect them. <img class=”img-responsive img_inline” src=”http://media1.s-nbcnews.com/j/newscms/2014_38/671411/140917-superbug-jms-1704_9a789eb081f659c613f429abeaff0133.nbcnews-fp-360-360.jpg” alt=”Image: Plasmid transfer…

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DOUGLAS, Ariz. (August 12, 2015) – To accommodate patients needing medical services, the Copper Queen Medical Associates (CQMA) Douglas Medical Complex expanding the Quickcare hours to provide increased access to physicians and medical providers. Quickcare will be open seven days a week from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. and no appointments are necessary. Radiology and…

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Douglas Dispatch Cochise Regional Hospital recently became another victim to what is happening more and more to rural hospitals cross the United States. Shortly after 7 p.m. Friday, our hospital officially closed its doors ending over 100 years of service to Douglas and its surrounding communities. They become the 55th hospital to close since 2010,…

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