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  • Leading Healthcare Organizations Partner to Support Insurance Coverage in Yavapai County

    by Community Outreach and Philanthropy, (928) 771-5686 | Oct 28, 2015

    Want help enrolling in health insurance coverage through the Health Insurance Marketplace (healthcare.gov) or applying for AHCCCS (Arizona’s Medicaid)? Two leading healthcare organizations have come together to offer Yavapai County residents assistance during open enrollment (November 1, 2015-January 31, 2016).

    Yavapai Regional Medical Center (YRMC) and Yavapai County Community Health Services (YCCHS) are partnering to provide enrollment assistance as a free community service. Certified Application Counselors (CACs) from both organizations are available to help enroll people in Health Insurance Marketplace health plans. They’re also able to assist people applying for AHCCCS (Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System).

    “Finding health coverage that’s right for your family, or for you individually, is a critical decision,” said Robbie Nicol, Executive Director, YRMC Community Outreach and Philanthropy. “We’ve heard from many residents who are pleased that two local, trusted healthcare organizations are providing this service at no cost.”

    CACs from both organizations are scheduling appointments for application assistance:

    YRMC West – Prescott
    By appointment:
    Monday-Friday, 8:00 am-4:00 pm
    (928) 771-5108
    1003 Willow Creek Road
    Prescott, AZ

    YRMC East – Prescott Valley
    By appointment:
    Monday-Friday, 8:00 am-4:00 pm
    (928) 442-8187 or (928) 759-5960
    7700 E. Florentine Road
    Prescott Valley, AZ

    YCCHS – Prescott
    By appointment:
    Monday-Friday, 8:00 am-5:00 pm
    (928) 442-5208
    1090 Commerce Drive
    Prescott, AZ

    YCCHS – Prescott Valley
    By appointment:
    Monday-Friday, 8:00 am-5:00 pm
    (928) 442-5208
    3212 Windsong Drive
    Prescott Valley, AZ

    Additionally, YCCHS will host a free Health Insurance Enrollment Event on:

    Friday, November 13, 2:00-7:00 pm
    YCCHS Insurance Enrollment Event
    3212 N. Windsong Drive
    Prescott Valley, AZ
    Schedule an appointment
    : (928) 442-5208

    “With all of these opportunities, we’re hoping that people will avoid the new, higher penalties for not enrolling in coverage,” said David McAtee, YCCHS Public Information Officer. “We also want folks to take advantage of the important preventive healthcare services available through Health Insurance Marketplace plans.”

    People who don’t enroll for health insurance coverage by January 31, 2016, could receive a penalty when they pay their 2016 taxes. The penalty has increased to $695 for every adult in the family and $347.50 for every child or 2.5 percent of their annual income, whichever is most significant. The penalty does not apply to people who receive healthcare services through AHCCCS.

  • U.S. Healthcare System Introduces New Clinical Code

    by Community Outreach and Philanthropy, (928) 771-5686 | Oct 01, 2015

    Patients May Need to Update Medical Orders

    On October 1, the nation’s healthcare system converted to a new clinical coding system. The change from ICD-9 to ICD-10 is a requirement for healthcare providers and payers.

    “There has been extensive nationwide coordination among all segments of healthcare, including physicians, hospitals, payers and others for the change to ICD-10,” said Dee Betts, Director, Health Information Management at Yavapai Regional Medical Center (YRMC).

    U.S. healthcare providers and payers – government and private – use the same clinical coding system. This provides a common language with regard to patients’ diagnoses and treatments as well as payment for services. The new ICD-10 coding system updates the 36-year-old ICD-9, which no longer meets the demands of today’s healthcare system.

    How will this change impact patients? According to Betts, the transition will be invisible to most patients. However, people with orders for medical services – regular laboratory work, for example – written before the October 1 ICD-10 launch, may need to contact their physician or other healthcare provider for an update.  

    “Doctors, nurse practitioners and physician assistants are the only healthcare providers in Arizona who are allowed to write medical orders,” Betts said. “Your provider knows your diagnosis and the treatment he or she is prescribing so that individual needs to update any medical orders.”

  • YRMC Adds Three New Cooking Show Episodes to Your Healthy Kitchen

    by Community Outreach and Philanthropy, (928) 771-5686 | Sep 30, 2015

    Yavapai Regional Medical Center (YRMC) has added three new episodes to its popular online cooking series, Your Healthy Kitchen. ​

    Hosted by YRMC Registered Dietician Rita Carey-Rubin, Your Healthy Kitchen delivers healthy, delicious and affordable cooking tips, recipes and education free of charge to viewers anywhere with an Internet connection. From www.yrmc.org, follow the HealthConnect link to Your Healthy Kitchen.

    In Heart Healthy Cooking with Dr. Pierre Tibi, Rita is joined by Dr. Tibi, Chief of Cardiothoracic Surgery at YRMC. They prepare a fresh pasta dish while Dr. Tibi discusses the health benefits of wine. Dr. Tibi and Rita also discuss the newest addition to the James Family Heart Center, the state-of-the-art Hybrid Operating Suite.

    In Cooking with Kale, Rita describes the various types of Kale and demonstrates several affordable, tasty recipes including Massaged Kale Salad, Zesty Kale Chips and a Powerful Green Smoothie.

    Cooking to Prevent Cancer outlines ten cancer prevention tips from the World Cancer Research Fund and the American Institute for Cancer Research. “There really are a lot of things we can do every day to protect ourselves and our families from cancer,” states Carey-Rubin. “This includes eating delicious meals that include a lot of healthy plant-based foods. Cruciferous vegetables especially contain lots of anti-cancer nutrients.”

    In this episode, Rita shares a list of other top plant-based foods that are proven to help protect against cancer along with some simple, delicious recipes. She also demonstrates how to grow your own broccoli sprouts.

    For more information on Your Healthy Kitchen or other Community Outreach programs at Yavapai Regional Medical Center, please contact the YRMC Community Outreach Department at (928) 771-5738. 
  • What Does the New U.S. Medical Coding System Mean to You?

    by Community Outreach and Philanthropy, (928) 771-5686 | Sep 14, 2015
    Do you have a “standing order” for blood work at a local laboratory? Has your healthcare provider recently written you an order for medical services you may not use until after October 1st? If so, you may want to contact your provider – physician, nurse practitioner or physician assistant – to request an order with the new diagnostic code that will be launched nationwide on October 1st.

    On that date, healthcare providers in the U.S. – including physicians, hospitals and other medical practitioners – are required to convert to a new diagnostic coding system. ICD-10, as it’s called, will replace ICD-9 as the “clinical code set” healthcare providers use for healthcare service orders and medical records. These codes ensure patients are receiving the prescribed treatment for their respective conditions and allow providers to be paid for the services they deliver.

    According to Dee Betts, Director, Health Information Management at Yavapai Regional Medical Center (YRMC), healthcare providers and payers (health insurance companies) nationwide have been preparing for this change for several years. However, because it’s new information for most consumers she wants western Yavapai County residents to be aware that converting a medical order from ICD-9 to ICD-10 is not a simple translation.

    “When you translate from one language to another, it’s not a 100 percent exact match,” Betts said. “However, with more information you can translate and communicate effectively. The ICD-9 to ICD-10 change is no different. Some diagnoses will translate directly, but there are many conditions that will require additional information in order to select the appropriate code.”

    For example, under ICD-9, a fracture of the tibia (leg) is a single code. With ICD-10, the code for that same injury includes information on whether the left or right leg is fractured and what portion of the tibia – top, middle, bottom – is injured.

    Here’s some tips from Betts on how you can determine if your medical order is written in ICD-9 or ICD-10 code:

    • Look for letters—ICD-9 codes are numeric while ICD-10 diagnostic codes begin with a letter.
    • Count the numbers—ICD-9 codes have a maximum of five digits and may include a decimal point. For ICD-10, the maximum code is seven digits and there also is a decimal point. Be aware that both code sets may use only three digits.

    Do you have an old ICD-9 medical order? Betts advises you to call the office of the physician, nurse practitioner or physician assistant who wrote the order and ask for a new order.

    “Doctors, nurse practitioners and physician assistants are the only healthcare providers in Arizona who are allowed to write medical orders,” Betts said. “Your provider knows your diagnosis and the treatment he or she is prescribing so that individual needs to update any medical orders.”

    Betts said the healthcare community nationwide is ready for the October 1st change and most people won’t even notice the conversion.

  • YRMC BreastCare Center Expands Mammography Service Days

    by Community Outreach and Philanthropy, (928) 771-5686 | Sep 11, 2015

    For many women, their weeks are so full with family, work and other commitments that it’s a challenge to find time for an annual screening mammogram. The team at the BreastCare Center at Yavapai Regional Medical Center (YRMC) has a solution. Beginning October 10, the Center will offer screening mammography services the second Saturday of each month from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm.

    “Some women delay their annual breast screenings because of their hectic schedules,” said Nancy Ledoyen, RN, Director, The BreastCare Center at YRMC. “By offering Saturday screening once a month, we’re knocking down a barrier to breast screening for many women in our communities.”

    Women interested in scheduling Saturday screening mammography should:

    • Call The BreastCare Center at YRMC (928) 442-8900 or 1-877-436-5290
    • Obtain an “order” from their healthcare provider – physician, nurse practitioner or physician assistant – for a screening mammogram

    Cost is another barrier for some women. The Community BreastCare Fund – managed by YRMC – provides free screening mammography to women throughout western Yavapai County who lack adequate health insurance as well as those with high co-pays or deductibles.

    The new Saturday hours begin during National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and coincide with the launch of YRMC’s Share the Care initiative. The goal of Share the Care is to lower Yavapai County’s incidence of breast cancer, in part by promoting the importance of annual screening mammography.

    The new schedule may be expanded to include additional Saturdays, if there is significant community demand. To schedule a screening mammography, contact The BreastCare Center at YRMC at (928) 442-8900 or 1-877-436-5290.

  • Yavapai Regional Medical Center Announces New Patient Financial Assistance Policy

    by Community Outreach and Philanthropy, (928) 771-5686 | Sep 08, 2015
    Consistent with Yavapai Regional Medical Center’s (YRMC) not-for-profit Mission, YRMC has announced a new Patient Financial Assistance Policy to assist patients who are underinsured, uninsured or unable to pay for medical care received at YRMC hospitals or through YRMC’s employed physician network, YRMC PhysicianCare.  

    “We believe that healthcare is a basic pillar for human dignity and we are committed to providing advanced healthcare services that meet our patients needs regardless of their ability to pay,” states John Amos, YRMC President and Chief Executive Officer. “YRMC’s new Patient Financial Assistance Policy sets clear guidelines that allow us to work closely with our patients to identify responsible financial solutions that meet their individual circumstances.”

    YRMC patients are encouraged to communicate with their YRMC financial counselor if they anticipate difficulty paying their portion of their hospital bill. YRMC counselors make every effort to help patients who face financial challenges that may prevent them from paying for their healthcare services. Counselors may assist patients in applying for appropriate insurance coverage, setting up an extended payment plan, or applying for YRMC charity care.

    Patients who wish to apply for financial assistance must complete a Patient Financial Assistance Application within 30 days of discharge. A copy of the complete Patient Financial Assistance Policy and the application can be obtained from YRMC’s website at www.yrmc.org/patient-financial-services/financial-assistance or by contacting the YRMC Business Office anytime at (928) 771-5151.

  • YRMC Welcomes Cardiac Electrophysiologist

    by Community Outreach and Philanthropy, (928) 771-5686 | Sep 04, 2015

    Subspecialist Treats Arrhythmia and Other Heart Conditions

     Western Yavapai County residents of all ages who suffer from heart rhythm disorders (arrhythmias) now may receive specialized treatment from Cardiac Electrophysiologist Nisha Tung-Takher, MD, who recently joined Yavapai Regional Medical Center (YRMC) PhysicianCare Cardiology.

    “Cardiac Electrophysiology is a very specialized area of Cardiology,” said Dr. Tung-Takher. “It’s also very challenging and gratifying. Patients may come to me with heart palpitations, which are frightening and debilitating, and I’m able to diagnose and correct their conditions. This is life-changing for people.”

    Dr. Tung-Takher’s move to the community coincides with the recent opening of the state-of-the-art Hybrid Operating Room (OR) located in the James Family Heart Center at YRMC West. The Hybrid OR allows Dr. Tung-Takher to diagnose patients using permanently integrated imaging equipment and then immediately follow this with a therapeutic procedure.

    Using 3-D mapping, intracardiac echocardiography and other electrophysiology techniques, Dr. Tung-Takher diagnoses people with a variety of arrhythmias, including:

    • Atrial fibrillation—An irregular, often rapid heart rate that commonly causes poor blood flow.
    • Ventricular tachycardia—A very fast heartbeat caused by a malfunction in one of the heart’s ventricles.
    • Atrial flutter—An arrhythmia that occurs when the heart’s upper chambers (the atria) beat too fast and complicates the heart rhythm.
    • Supraventricular Tachycardia (SVT)-An arrhythmia very commonly diagnosed as anxiety disorder due to rapid heart racing that causes the patient to have symptoms.
    • Bradycardia—An abnormally slow heart rate (below 60 beats per minute).
    • Sudden cardiac arrest—A condition that causes the heart to suddenly and unexpectedly stop beating.

    Following the diagnosis, Dr. Tung-Takher may use a variety of therapies to treat the patient in the Hybrid OR. Those include implanting devices – such as pacemakers or implantable cardioverter-defibrillators (ICDs) and cardiac resynchronization therapy – for heart failure management.

    Many arrhythmias also are corrected using a procedure Dr. Tung-Takher conducts in the Hybrid OR called cardiac ablation. She does this by introducing a long, slender, flexible tube (catheter) into a vein through a very tiny incision and threading it to the heart. She then uses either cold (cryoablation) or heat (radiofrequency ablation) to destroy the tissue that generates irregular heartbeats the patient was experiencing.

    “There are not many physicians or centers in Phoenix or the country that use both cryoablation and radiofrequency ablation,” Dr. Tung-Takher said.

    Dr. Tung-Takher commuted between the Quad Cities and the Phoenix area for more than three years before permanently choosing YRMC.

    “Everybody at YRMC, from the administration to the physicians to the nurses to the technicians to the office staff are 100 percent patient oriented,” she said. “They approach everything with the best outcome for the patient in mind.”

    Dr. Tung-Takher calls the community an “excellent fit” for her family. She enjoys the many outdoor activities available in the area, including hiking, mountain biking and tennis.

    “Most of all, I love the people and my patients,” she said. “When I was commuting between here and Phoenix, I had patients who would offer to open their homes to me so I wouldn’t have to drive back to the Valley after a long day. It was so heartwarming. It’s like a big family here.”

    Dr. Tung-Takher pursued a Cardiology fellowship at Mayo Graduate School of Medicine in Phoenix and an Electrophysiology fellowship at the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) Harbor Medical Center. She had medical residencies at the University of North Dakota School of Medicine and Indiana University School of Medicine in Indianapolis. Dr. Tung-Takher graduated from Government Medical College, Punjabi University in India, where she also completed an internship.

    For more information about Dr. Tung-Takher, or to schedule an appointment, call YRMC PhysicianCare Cardiology at (928) 445-6025.
  • YRMC Family Resource Center Presents a Free Car Seat Distribution Program

    by Community Outreach and Philanthropy, (928) 771-5686. | Aug 21, 2015

    The Family Resource Center at Yavapai Regional Medical Center has partnered with the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety to offer a car seat distribution program to families in Yavapai County.

    The Family Resource Center has provided services via the Healthy Families program for over 20 years, offering parents and children free home visits from highly trained support specialists. Information on healthy pregnancy and bonding with one’s baby, along with developmental screenings and connection to community resources are provided. Now, thanks to the Governor’s Office grant, the Family Resource Center team can offer free safety seats and supporting education to help keep children safe inside their family’s vehicles.

    Recipients do not need to be YRMC patients or currently enrolled in Family Resource Center services.  Families need a vehicle with working seat belts and must attend a 30 minute child safety seat class. The classes are led by nationally certified Child Passenger Safety technicians, and are available in English and Spanish. The class includes how to install the car seat in the vehicle, as well as how to safely secure the child in the car seat.  Children often can be injured in automotive accidents by seemingly minor details such as straps not being the right tension or coats in the car seat impairing the seat’s ability to protect the child.  

    Upon successful completion of the child safety seat class, families will receive at least one car seat or booster seat depending on their needs, including the number of children in the family needing seats and the age and weight of each child. Families are assisted with installation by the certified technician, who reviews the installation with them, assuring that the seat will be properly re-installed should it be moved from the vehicle or require re-installation. 

    Keeping your child safe when riding in a vehicle is one of the most important jobs a parent has. YRMC’s Family Resource Center and the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety have just made it easier for many of our families in the Quad City area. For more information, please call Bryn Stotler at the Family Resource Center at (928) 771-5651.

  • Yavapai Regional Medical Center: Partnering with the Community to Share the Care

    by Community Outreach and Philanthropy, (928) 771-5686 | Aug 19, 2015

    Replace the word “awareness” with the word “action” and you’ll know Yavapai Regional Medical Center’s (YRMC’s) goal for Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October 2015.

    “This fall, we’re launching an initiative called Share the Care and asking the community to join us in encouraging women they know and love to get their yearly screening mammograms,” said Robbie Nicol, Executive Director, YRMC Community Outreach and Philanthropy.

    Share the Care is part of an effort by YRMC to lower Yavapai County’s incidence of breast cancer, which is the highest in Arizona, by:

    • Promoting the importance of annual screening mammography
    • Providing screening mammography at no cost to women who lack adequate health coverage through the Community BreastCare Fund
    • Offering free Breast Cancer Risk Assessments to women who are concerned they may be at high risk for breast cancer

    Why is Share the Care particularly important to the team at the BreastCare Center? Recently, medical professionals at the Center have noticed a disturbing trend: An increase in the number of women being diagnosed with advanced breast cancer.

    “It’s heartbreaking to hear women who have come to us for the first time say, ‘I noticed the lump, but I thought it would go away,’” said Nancy Ledoyen, RN, Director, The BreastCare Center at YRMC.

    Like the American Cancer Society and the American College of Surgeons, YRMC recommends that screening mammography begin at age 40 and yearly after that.

    “We know that screening mammography saves lives,” said Ledoyen. “Our number one goal at the BreastCare Center is to prevent breast cancer. Our number two goal is to find cancer when it’s most treatable.”

    YRMC is taking action by providing free screening mammography through the Community BreastCare Fund, which is managed by YRMC. Women throughout western Yavapai County who lack adequate health insurance as well as those with high co-pays or deductibles are eligible for the free mammography screening.

    Now, YRMC also is offering free Breast Cancer Risk Assessments. The assessments, which are conducted by a member of the YRMC BreastCare Center clinical team, include a comprehensive history and interview. After the assessment, a woman – and her primary care physician – receive a report that summarizes the woman’s risk for breast cancer. They also are armed with screening and other recommendations from the YRMC BreastCare Center team.

    For more information or to schedule an appointment for a screening mammography or Breast Cancer Risk Assessment, contact The BreastCare Center at (928) 442-8900 or 1-877-436-5290.

  • YRMC Among Arizona’s “Best Hospitals”

    by Community Outreach and Philanthropy, (928) 771-5686 | Aug 03, 2015

    Hospital Excels for Orthopaedic Surgeries

    Yavapai Regional Medical Center (YRMC) was recently recognized as one of Arizona’s highest ranked in the U.S. News & World Report 2015-16 Best Hospitals report.

    “Our team was very pleased to learn of this recognition. It reflects the collective focus of the YRMC team on providing excellent patient care,” said John Amos, President and Chief Executive Officer, YRMC. “I congratulate all of our clinicians, caregivers and support staff for their dedication to outstanding, community-based healthcare.”

    The U.S. News & World Report 2015-16 report rated YRMC as:

    • Sixth highest among Arizona’s 110 hospitals
    • Second highest among Northern Arizona’s 24 hospitals
    • “High Performing” for hip replacement (11 percent of all U.S. hospitals performing this surgery earned this ranking)
    • “High Performing” for knee replacement (10 percent of all U.S. hospitals performing this surgery earned this ranking)

    Among “Adult Procedures” – chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder (COPD), heart bypass surgery, heart failure, hip replacement and knee replacement – YRMC was recognized for controlling hospital-acquired infections in the U.S. News & World Report ranking.

    “This means the YRMC team works vigilantly on behalf of patients on infection control,” said Amos. “In a hospital environment, this is a complex process that requires team participation in every aspect of patient care. YRMC has been recognized by other well-respected consumer organizations for its safe surgical record in the past. I was pleased to see this continue with the U.S. News and World Report ranking.”

  • Yavapai Regional Medical Center Launches Healthy Cooking Video Series

    by Community Outreach and Philanthropy, (928) 771-5686 | Jul 20, 2015

    In keeping with its commitment to provide useful health and wellness information to our community, Yavapai Regional Medical Center has added a cooking show to its website. Your Healthy Kitchen is a series of brief, entertaining videos to help you learn how to prepare delicious, healthy, affordable dishes. The series is hosted by Rita Carey Rubin, a Registered Dietician and Certified Diabetes Educator at YRMC.

    Focusing on fruits, vegetables, whole grains, nuts and beans, Rita will take you step by step through various recipes while sharing valuable tips along the way. She’ll also invite local guests to share their favorite healthy recipes. In addition, Rita will take you into our community, to farmer’s markets, grocery stores, gardens, kitchens and farms to meet local folks who are growing and preparing fresh, healthy food.

    “A diet filled with foods that support good health and help us live a vital, active life, doesn’t have to be bland, boring, or expensive,” Carey Rubin says. “On the contrary, healthy meals can and should be affordable and packed with flavors that leave you feeling truly satisfied. This is what I strive to teach.”

    Videos will be updated regularly to the YRMC website, along with downloadable recipes, cost per meal and nutrition information. To find the videos, recipes and more, go to www.yrmchealthconnect.org, and click on Your Healthy Kitchen.

    For more information about Your Healthy Kitchen and other health and wellness programs at YRMC, contact the YRMC Community Outreach Department at (928) 771-5738.

  • YRMC’s Celebrate Life! Health Expo Attracts Record Turnout

    by Community Outreach and Philanthropy, (928) 771-5686 | Jun 22, 2015

    Event Offers Fun, Learning, Wellness and Health

    Healthy living was the focus of Yavapai Regional Medical Center’s (YRMC’s) Celebrate Life! Health Expo. The fourth annual Expo took place Saturday, May 16 from 10 am to 2 pm at Prescott Gateway Mall.

    “The Celebrate Life! Health Expo is a community service YRMC provides to people throughout our region,” said Robbie Nicol, Executive Director, YRMC Community Outreach and Philanthropy. “This year’s Expo was filled with fun and learning for people of all ages. The children had fun, and the adults learned about the variety of healthcare resources our communities offer.”

    A record 2,500 participated in Expo 2015, including Quad Cities’ residents and people who traveled from Ash Fork, Flagstaff, Kingman and other cities from throughout the region.

    YRMC healthcare professionals were on hand to provide health screenings, offer information and answer questions about their respective services, including:

    Advanced Wound Care Center
    BreastCare Center
    Community Outreach and Philanthropy
    Corporate Compliance
    Emergency/Trauma Services
    Family Resource Center
    Infusion Therapy
    Nutrition Services
    Nursing/Surgical Services
    Physical Rehabilitation
    PhysicianCare – Family Medicine
    PhysicianCare – Cardiology
    PhysicianCare – Neurosurgical Medicine/
    Preventive Medicine
    Respiratory Wellness
    Volunteer Services

    YRMC recruited community partners to host six educational sessions that informed and educated Expo 2015 attendees throughout the day. Topics and sponsors included:

    Virtual Dementia Tours

    Sponsor – Second Wind Dreams

    The Wellness Paradigm – Eat Well, Move Well, Think Well

    Sponsor – HealthSource of Prescott       

    Healthy Legs Bootcamp: How to Manage Peripheral Vascular Disease

    Sponsor – YRMC

    Kick Start Your Motivation

    Sponsor – Kick Start Boot Camp

    Secrets to Maintaining Your Dental Health

    Sponsor – Cosmetic Family Dentistry

    Living with Pain? Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy May be the Answer

    Sponsor – YRMC         

    How Well is Your State of Being?
    – Body Language Studio

    The following organizations participated in Expo 2015:

    Abrio Cares
    Adult Care Services
    Alzheimer’s Association
    American Diabetes Association
    API Comprehensive Dental Rehab
    Caption Call
    Central Yavapai Fire District
    City of Prescott Police Department
    Coalition for Compassion and Justice
    Community Partnership for Comfort Care
    Count the Kicks
    doTERRA Essential Oils
    Good Samaritan Society/Legacy Home Health
    HealthHub Network
    HealthSource of Prescott
    Health Strategies for Life
    Home Instead Senior Care
    Jason C. Campbell Cosmetic Family Dentistry
    Juice Plus +
    Kick Start Boot Camp
    Life Line Ambulance
    LightWork 4 U
    Lions Club
    March of Dimes
    National Multiple Sclerosis Society
    Northern Arizona VA Health Care System
    Foster Veterans Program
    Health Promotion
    Women’s Program
    My Health-E Vet Program
    New Horizons
    Nourish Me Academy
    Nutritional Weight Loss Center
    People Who Care
    Prescott AA Intergroup
    Prescott Dystonia Support Group
    Prescott Meals on Wheels
    ResCare Home Care
    Senior Corps Yavapai CSI @ NAU
    Senior Peer Prevention Program
    Southwest Behavioral Health Services
    Suicide Prevention Coalition
    Susan G. Komen Central and Northern Arizona
    The Natural Healing Garden
    The Spot Museum
    West Yavapai Guidance Clinic
    Mental Health Awareness
    Yavapai County Community Health Services
    YCCHS – Well Woman Healthcheck Program

    “YRMC is very grateful to all of the organizations and vendors that participated in Expo 2015,” Nicol said. “It was an incredible day for everyone involved.”