Health care workers are being encouraged to volunteer to donate to a new community health care clinic that is opening in Arizona.
The new clinic will be run by the Mayo Clinic in the community of Rosemead, near Tucson.
“The goal is to provide people with the resources they need to make a positive impact in their community,” said Melissa Zirakowski, vice president of health care services at the Phoenix Health Department, which operates the Rosemeads clinic.
The clinic will also be funded by a $1.5 million grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Ziraksows family has owned the Rosemars since 1997.
The family has been a community partner in a number of community health initiatives in Arizona, including the Rosemary’s Vineyard Community Center and the Rosebud Community Health Initiative.
Zirskows family says the new clinic is a good fit for the Rosemarins and will be an important part of the community’s health and well-being.
“It’s going to be a very active community.
There’s going be a lot of activity,” Zirkows said.
“We’re going to have a very strong and dedicated team that’s going take care of people.”
Zirksows family hopes to open the clinic in spring 2018.
The Rosemarys Vineyard community is an area of Tucson with a population of more than 2,000 people.
Rosemary is a grapefruit-like fruit native to the Pacific Northwest.
Rosebuds grow in warm climates and can grow up to three feet tall.
Zirinows family and other community members have spent a lot more time working together in recent years, she said.
Rosemads Vineyard was named a National Park in 2016 and is a member of the National Trust for Historic Preservation.