NOAH (Neighborhood Outreach Access to Health)
2012 Community Report
During 2012, NOAH received Federally Qualified Health Center Look Alike (FQHC LA) status, a federal designation that allocates resources to provide care to those who need it most.
In fiscal year 2012, NOAH provided more than 30,000 patient visits including:
- 24,134 medical visits
- 5,069 dental visits
- 2,033 behavioral health visits
NOAH serves as the healthcare home for more than 10,000 community residents. NOAH focuses on prevention and promoting health through a patient-centered medical home model offering comprehensive services including:
- well-care visits
- prenatal care
- dental care
- medical management of diseases with a behavioral health component for the community
- health education
- eligibility assistance
NOAH’s three locations serve diverse neighborhoods in Scottsdale and Northeast Phoenix. Additionally, the NOAH mobile health unit visits local groups, residential group homes for the elderly, businesses and schools to provide health programs.
NOAH also serves as a training site for Scottsdale Healthcare’s Family Medicine Residency Program and provides educational training opportunities to nurse practitioner, dental, medical, and behavioral health students.
NOAH serves those in need while also easing the burden of non-urgent care services in hospital emergency rooms. NOAH centers accept all insurances, including AHCCCS, and offer a sliding-scale fee for the uninsured for all services.
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