NOAH (Neighborhood Outreach Access to Health)
2013 Community Health Services Report
Neighborhood Outreach Access to Health (NOAH) community health centers provide affordable care in underserved communities throughout the Northeast Valley. In 2013, NOAH received designation as a Federally Qualified Health Center from the Health Resources and Services Administration, part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
NOAH’s mission is to provide underserved communities with affordable, comprehensive and quality care with compassion for all with these goals:
- Provide access to affordable healthcare.
- Educate and assist community members to navigate the healthcare system.
- Increase the availability of low-cost services.
NOAH served more than 7,000 patients in 2013 providing more than 27,307 encounters including:
- 21,103 medical visits.
- 3,630 dental visits.
- 2,574 behavioral health visits.
In response to a growing need for adult and childhood immunizations, NOAH broadened its services to include an after-hours, walk-in clinic for immunizations.
NOAH remains focused on meeting the community’s needs and on keeping residents healthy for generations to come. Through partnership, collaboration and public support, NOAH looks forward to a new year of health and wellness for all its patients.
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