Our commitment to your safety

We have taken significant steps to ensure that we have the capacity to safely care for patients with COVID-19 and to care for those who need our help for other reasons. We treat each on separate dedicated units with dedicated staff. As Tucson’s community hospital, we want to make sure that all your health care needs are being met during this time – like they have for the past 75 years.

We are committed to your safety.

If you are having chest pain, signs and symptoms of a stroke, abdominal pain, or other urgent or emergent issues – please seek treatment immediately. Do not wait for care.

This page is dedicated to let our patients know how we are taking care of them during this historic time, along with new procedures, tips and policies.

Questions about COVID-19 testing?

COVID testing at Tucson Medical Center is limited to patients. For information on community testing, please check with the Pima County Health Department for its free COVID testing by appointment

Need medical records?

To obtain your records, please complete and return a Request for Medical Records

You can find more information at Medical Records.

Does the hospital need masks, gloves etc.?

Thank you so much for thinking of our staff and patients at this time. We are currently collecting unopened boxes of shoe covers, N95 masks (construction and health grade), general-purpose vinyl gloves and surgical masks, and other items. We are also accepting fabric masks. Find out more about in-kind support at our COVID Giving page.

How can I help the staff?

At this time, many employees are working reduced hours. We've had generous donors help suppport them through our Marks Fund for employee assistance. Learn how you can help at our COVID Giving page.

More county-wide information

As Tucson’s community health care system, we are always mindful of the health and safety of our patients, visitors and staff. We are working together with government agencies and other health systems to protect our community and provide the most accurate information. Rely on public health officials and your personal health care provider for accurate information about COVID-19. Pima County has established a webpage, with an enormous amount of information about the illness and how to protect yourself and your family.


If you have further questions regarding COVID-19, call (520) 820-0942


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