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Bureau of Public Health Emergency Preparedness
For a patient with an unusual or suspicious illness, management of suspected anthrax incidents, possible exposure to a suspicious powder, reporting of diseases, cluster outbreaks or unusual clinical presentations of infectious diseases, call your local health department below or call the Office of Infectious Disease Services at (602) 364-4562.
|County||Number to Call|
|Apache County||(928) 333-0212|
|Cochice County||(520) 432-9430|
|Coconino County||(928) 679-7272|
|Gila County||(928) 425-3189|
|Graham County||(928) 428-0110|
|Greenlee County||(928) 428-0110|
|La Paz County||(928) 669-1100|
|Maricopa County||(602) 747-7111|
|Mohave County||(928) 718-4927|
|Navajo County||(928) 241-0959|
|Pima County||(520) 740-8315|
|Pinal County||(800) 231-8499|
|Santa Cruz County||(520) 375-7901|
|Yavapai County||(520) 375-7901|
|Yuma County||(520) 375-7901|
Drug and Poison Information Center - Statewide Hotline: (800) 222-1222
Call 911 if:
- You recieve a suspicious package
- If a patient brings a suspicious powder to the office. Using gloves, place it in a sealed plastic bag.