Chief, Office of Border Health
Arizona Department of Health Services
Robert Guerrero serves as the Chief of the Office of Border Health for the Arizona Department of Health Services. Mr. Guerrero functions as the primary liaison and point of contact between the Arizona Department of Health Services and the public health authorities in the State of Sonora. Mr. Guerrero has served as the ADHS Director’s Delegate to both the United States-Mexico Border Health Commission and the Arizona-Mexico Commission’s Health Services Committee for the last 15 years. As the Director’s delegate Mr. Guerrero works closely with public health authorities in all ten of the states on the U.S.-Mexico Border and with the both federal governments.
The Office of Border Health actively participates across the broad spectrum of public health activities in the Arizona-Sonora Region. Mr. Guerrero is responsible to developing the binational public health agenda between the Arizona Department of Health Services and the Public Health Ministry in the State of Sonora.
Mr. Guerrero serves on the Community Advisory Board for the University of Arizona Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health, the Pima Community College Chancellor’s Advisory Council, the Board of Directors for the Arizona Rural Health Association, the Board of Directors for ARSOBO, and the Board of Directors for the Tucson, International Mariachi Conference. Mr. Guerrero earned a Bachelor of Science in Health Arts from the University of St. Francis and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Phoenix. His interest and expertise are in binational public health diplomacy and working with communities in the U.S.-México border region, rural Southern Arizona, and México.
Tuesday, August 25, 2020
12:00 PM – 1:30 PM EDT