CVRMC achieves immunization distinction

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In January, the Arizona Partners Against Pertussis (APAP) and the March of Dimes Arizona Chapter, challenged health care facilities to protect their patients from pertussis by achieving 100% Tdap immunization in their workplace. Cobre Valley Regional Medical Center has achieved 100% immunization and has set a precedence for their patients and encourages them to “cocoon”  their babies with a pertussis free community. Pictured is Penni Padgett, CVRMC Employee Health RN and Informatics Specialist.

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