If you're having a life threatening emergency, please call 911.
Learn more about the financial options that El Rio Health offers.
Our approach to fighting the COVID-19 pandemic.
Read about our programs and services for patients.
Learn more about El Rio’s mission for excellence in healthcare.
Healthcare news and resources from the source: El Rio Health.
Want to work with us? Check out our careers page for open listings.
Read our annual reports and other publications.
TUCSON, Ariz. (KOLD News 13) – The expected pandemic baby boom is looking more like a bust.
There was speculation we’d see a rise in babies born with more couples at home during COVID-19. It looks like the opposite has happened as national and state data shows a decline in birth rates.
Director of Midwifery Greta Gill said the uncertainty of COVID-19, fear of catching the virus during pregnancy and financial hardship may be to blame. She’s seeing a 10% birth rate decline in southern Arizona.
“I think that people are having fewer children and really planning,” she said.
Read more at kold.com
El Pueblo will reopen on Monday with normal business hours. We apologize for any inconvenience.