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Arizona’s Top Baby Names of 2018

By | December 27th, 2018|Licensing|

Here it is, Arizona’s top baby names for 2018!  For a third year in a row, Emma tops the list for most popular baby girl name and Liam takes the number one spot for boys.  The top five girl names in 2018 are Emma, Olivia, Mia, Isabella and Sophia.  The top five boy names are Liam, Noah, Sebastian, Oliver and Benjamin. Throughout each year, the Arizona [...]

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ADHS Technology Helps Improve Services

By | November 9th, 2017|Licensing|

The Internet is here to stay. While that should be fairly obvious to just about everyone, government sometimes seems a bit slow to catch on. That’s not the case in Arizona, and certainly isn’t true at the Arizona Department of Health Services. We’ve long been a leader in providing services to you, our customers, through [...]

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Public Health is Working Behind the Scenes to Keep You Safe

By | April 3rd, 2017|Licensing, Preparedness|

Note: This week is National Public Health Week. This week I have a five-part public health series that explores the vast network of programs and services that help improve the health and wellness of all Arizonans.  Public health includes programs that work to ensure that we are safe whether in everyday life or during an [...]

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Vital Records Staff Participate in National Adoption Day

By | November 27th, 2015|General|

The Maricopa County Superior Court’s National Adoption Day was held at the Durango Juvenile Court Center on Nov. 21. National Adoption Day is an annual event held every year to raise awareness for adoption. Adoptions for hundreds of children are finalized on this special day. This year 295 children were adopted. Our Bureau of Vital [...]

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Streamlined “Delayed Birth Certificates” for Native Americans

By | October 6th, 2014|General|

The vast majority of Arizonans are born in hospitals.  Shortly after delivery the electronic paperwork to establish an Arizona birth certificate gets input and processed.  Even babies delivered at home attended by a midwife (about 1% of Arizona births) have their birth certificate information captured and processed. Many years ago, especially in Arizona’s Indian Country, [...]

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