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Each of us has health and well-being. To flourish we must take our mental health into account. As the World Health Organization (WHO) says, “there is no health without mental health.”
According to the World Health Organization, “Health is a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity. Mental health is an integral part of this definition.”
The encouraging news is we can strengthen our mental health and well-being. We can lower our stress levels and increase our ability to deal with challenges. This also improves our physical health.
We know, for example, that how we care for our children as they grow impacts their later health and well-being. We also know that connection with others who may be going through a difficult time can make a big difference. It’s important to know that
Paradise Valley Hospital is working closely with county, state, and federal
healthcare agencies, as well as cooperating with other local healthcare
facilities and systems, to combat the spread of the
Coronavirus disease COVID-19, and remain prepared to serve the healthcare needs of our patients, their
families, and our communities.
The health and safety of our patients, their families, and our community
is our priority. Our staff is under continual training to recognize and
understand the symptoms of COVID-19 and are well-versed in the latest
protocols for treatment and containment of the disease. We adhere to industry
best practices for the protection of our patients and our own staff, and
adjust our practices as needed as the latest information about the disease
If you have questions or concerns, please speak with your physician or
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