Tucson, Arizona

Outsourced IT For The Healthcare Industry

Tucson area Healthcare IT Support

IT Consulting, HIPAA Compliance, Network Security, Cloud Computing, Data Backup, Disaster Recovery

Providing managed IT services to healthcare organizations since 2008 DHS delivers ProActive Care™— IT solutions developed specifically for the healthcare industry to secure, protect, and maintain electronic health records systems and networks. DHS delivers a responsive and efficient support experience with great bedside manner. We provide quality resolutions to your technology challenges. With DHS, you won’t need to think about IT. We provide a comprehensive, worry-free IT support solution so you can focus on the health of your patients.


Choose DHS to Support your Practice

Don’t suffer from bad IT! DHS will bring your healthcare organization to life through excellence in IT policies, procedures, and practices. Our comprehensive support program, ProActive Care™, includes all IT services and solutions you need to operate at an affordable monthly flat-rate. To maintain optimum IT health, our continuous 24/7/365 monitoring detects issues before sickness cripples your systems and network. Our responsive and personalized support services free your staff from IT concerns, making your practice more productive and profitable.

  • FREE 30-Minute Consultation & IT Health Check
  • Unlimited Remote & Onsite Support Options
  • Live Help Desk Support 7-days per Week
  • Vendor Management
  • Direct Cost Procurement
  • Systems & Network Design
  • Digital Treatment Rooms
  • EHR Systems Implementation
  • HIPAA Compliance
  • Secure Email with Encryption
  • Business VoIP Systems
  • Video Surveillance Systems
  • Application Development
  • Website Design
  • Local SEO & Social Media Marketing

… and more!

Tucson Fun Facts


  • The Spanish founded Tucson as a military fort (Presidio San Augustín del Tucson) in 1775. The city is commonly called “The Old Pueblo.”
  • “Tucson” is derived from O’odham, the 3rd most-spoken indigenous language in Arizona. The name refers to basalt-covered Sentinel Peak and means “(at the) base of the black hill.”
  • Tucson was Arizona’s largest city until Phoenix overtook it in 1920. Today, the greater Tucson metro area has a population of over 1 million.
  • Semi-arid Tucson averages 11.8 inches of rainfall annually. Tucson has very hot summers and mild winters; rain seldom falls in spring or fall.
  • In 2015, UNESCO designated Tucson as a “world city of gastronomy”—the first American city thus designated.

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