1171 W. Target Range Rd. Nogales 85621 (520) 287-4722
The SEAHEC region features the mountain ranges and sweeping plateaus of the Sonoran Desert landscape. The area shares a border sector with Mexico.
2920 N. 4th St Flagstaff 86003 (928) 779-7245
The NAHEC region boasts an outdoor wonderland of sweeping canyons, forested mountains, lush meadows, lakes, and streams. Major industries in the region include construction, education/health services, goods producing, government, mining, professional/business services, public administration, and retail trade. The area is home to several Native American tribes.
214 W. Main Street Somerton 85350 (928) 627-9222
The WAHEC region shares a border sector with Mexico that stretches westward more than 350 miles from the eastern edge of Cochise County, along Santa Cruz and Pima counties and the Tohono O'odam Nation.
2066 W. Apache Trail Suite 116 Apache Junction 85120 (480)288-8260
The GVAHEC region comprises the growing Phoenix-metro area, which includes many medically underserved and vulnerable populations. Like many other communities in Arizona, several localities within and outside the sprawling urban boundaries lack ready access to affordable healthcare. The region is home to a developing high-tech enterprise as well as manufacturing and agricultural industries and many other economically viable ventures.
5860 S. Hospital Dr. Globe 85501 (928) 402-8054
The EAHEC region features mountain ranges, river valleys, and desert terrain, along with lakes and miles of hiking trails. The mining industry plays a significant role in the region’s economy and employment structure, as do agriculture, ranching, and tourism.