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Barbara L. Worgess

Chief Health Officer

Coconino High School

HQ Phone:  (928) 527-1222

Email: b***@***.gov

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Coconino High School

2800 S Lone Tree Rd

Flagstaff, Arizona,86001

United States

Company Description

The Coconino Community College Foundation was founded in 1993 under Arizona Law as a non-profit corporation. It is fiscally and organizationally separate from the College with its own Board of Directors. Its purpose is to receive private gifts, bequests and do... more

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www.swimnews.com

"The initial autopsy revealed no anatomic cause of death and no trauma associated with the death," Barbara Worgess, a chief health officer for the Coconino County Public Health Services District, said in a statement.


beta.democratandchronicle.com

"The initial autopsy revealed no anatomic cause of death and no trauma associated with the death," Barbara Worgess, a chief health officer for the Coconino County Public Health Services District, said in a prepared statement.
Investigators are running additional tests and are consulting with a cardiovascular pathologist, according to Worgess. It could take eight weeks or longer to get final test results, Worgess said.


www.midwestheart.com

Barbara Worgess, chief health officer for the Coconino County Public Health Services District, said additional tests and consultation with a cardiovascular pathologist had been ordered, but that results would not be made public for at least eight weeks.
"Whenever there's no physical-anatomical obvious cause of death, it really becomes a process then of gathering more information and (seeing) where that information leads you," Worgess told Reuters. She said consulting with a cardiovascular expert was "just a good place to start" the further investigation. "The important thing right now for the medical examiner is to keep a totally open mind, gather whatever information he can through tests and consultations ... and see where that takes us," she said.


www.swimmingworldmagazine.com

"The initial autopsy revealed no anatomic cause of death and no trauma associated with the death," Barbara Worgess, a chief health officer for the Coconino County Public Health Services District, said in a prepared statement.


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Barbara Worgess, MPH
Chief Health Officer, Coconino County Health Department; Flagstaff, AZ


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