COVID-19 Patient Updates

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The health and wellbeing of our patients is always our top priority. We are closely monitoring the developments related to the coronavirus (COVID 19) and are committed to doing everything we can to ensure the health and safety of our patients and our staff.

It is important that you know we will continue routinely disinfecting all clinics throughout the day in order to provide the cleanest environment for our patients.

In order to do our best to keep everyone safe, we would like to ask you to take a few precautions when coming for your appointment:
1. Limit any additional people accompanying you to your visit.
2. If you are currently coughing, please request a mask to wear.
3. If you are currently experiencing a cough and a fever over 100.4, please call your office before entering the building. We will bring a mask to your car to reduce exposure to other patients.
4. Keep a recommended 6 feet of distance away from other people as often as possible.

Remember, the Center for Disease Control (CDC) recommends the following precautionary measures and guidelines to help keep everyone safe and healthy:
1. Wash your hands often with soap and water for 20 seconds.
2. Use an alcohol-based sanitizer if soap and water are not available.
3. Keep away from others that are sick.
4. Avoid high-touch surfaces in public areas.
5. Avoid touching your face, nose and eyes.
6. Clean and disinfect surfaces in your home and office regularly.
7. Avoid all non-essential travel.

We are committed to continuing to provide high-quality healthcare to our patients, especially in a time when you need us the most.



June 16.2020

In a growing effort to keep our patients and staff safe all Sun Life Health facilities will implement limited visitor restrictions for appointments and require patients to wear a face covering at all times. This will take effect June 17th, 2020

Visitor Exceptions:
• Minors may have 1 parent or guardian accompany them to appointments • Support Caregiver- only one allowed to accompany a patient

Mask Exceptions:
• Pediatric patients 2 years and younger
We know these are unique times and we appreciate your understanding and cooperation while we try to keep our patients, staff and communities safe.

April 23, 2020

Watch Dr. Willms explain how TeleHealth Video Visits work at Sun Life Health, click here.

April 14, 2020

Watch Sun Life Health's Director of Medical Services Bessie Burk DNP show you how to make a face mask from an old bedsheet and hair ties on our newest blog. 

April 8, 2020

Message from Sun Life Health's Dr. Willms about the steps we are taking to reduce exposure risk to patients. Watch here.

March 31, 2020

Curb side pharmacy services will be available at our Casa Grande pharmacy location during normal business hours. Follow the signs in the designated areas in our main parking lot. This is an additional effort to protect our patients and staff so we can continue to serve the community. For more information please visit

March 30, 2020

Sun Life Health locations remain open as we continue our commitment to serving the health and wellness of the community. We continue to remain focused on the safety of our patients and staff with new procedures such as front door screenings, drive through pharmacy options and more. Please read below for details on those updates.

In addition to those increased safety measures Sun Life Health has launched TeleHealth which will allow you to get seen by a Sun Life Health provider through video chat on your computer or smartphone. Learn more about this exciting new way we can meet your health and wellness need here.

March 27, 2020

For your health and safety, we have moved to a drive-thru only option at our pharmacies in Eloy and Florence.

We are open and still here to serve you during normal business hours.

March 21, 2020

Effective immediately Sun Life Health will do a COVID-19 front door screening to assess people prior to entering our buildings to prevent spread of COVID-19 in our communities. Every person will be screened including employees and delivery persons.
Screening will be performed to assess for fever and cough; and travel/exposure to COVID-19.

  • If a person is coughing a mask to wear will be given prior to screening.
  • If fever is assessed over 100.4 a mask will be given prior to further screening.
  • No one will be turned away for care regardless of identified risks or symptoms.
  • One person may accompany a patient into our facility after they have also been screened to reduce exposure to our community. If that person refuses screening, they will not be allowed into the facility.
  • If any person refuses screening, they will be denied entry to our facilities.
  • People will need to be screened for every single entry into our buildings even if a prior screening was performed the same day.

March 19, 2020

In a continued effort to support national efforts to fight the COVID- 19 pandemic, our organization is continually monitoring ways to assure the health and well-being of our patients, staff and community. In light of recent recommendations by the American Dental Association (ADA), we will be suspend all non-emergency dental care. Patients will only be seen for emergency dental needs.

We will contact our patients as soon as we feel it is safe to reschedule appointments. Of course, please call us right away if you have a dental emergency or need immediate care.

The safety and well-being of our patients continues to be our primary concern. We will continue to monitor the status of COVID-19 nationally and within our community and keep you up-to-date regarding our plans to reopen for business as usual.

We urge you to contact us if you have any questions or concerns. We can be reached by phone at 520-381-0380.

Thank you for your patience and understanding,
Your Sun Life Health Dental Team


Helpful resources:
Updates on COVID-19
Centers for Disease Control

Arizona Together 

How to communicate COVID-19 to children