A new Neighborhood Outreach Access to Health (NOAH) medical center is expected to open in Sunnyslope next month.

NOAH Desert Mission Health Center at 9015 N. Third St. will aim to enhance how residents in Sunnyslope receive medical treatment. As a federally qualified health center (FQHC), NOAH serves patients with high quality, compassionate, whole-person care, regardless of whether they have insurance or the ability to pay. NOAH is a non-profit organization that relies on donations as a major funding source to offer excellent healthcare to everyone. Its new center in Sunnyslope will be more than 23,000 square feet, increasing patient capacity from 4,000 people served to 20,000 treated per year. This facility will be located across the street from NOAH Desert Mission Health Center, a renovated former church near Dunlap Avenue and Fifth St.

The organization’s mission is to transform health in the community by not only offering great, affordable healthcare but also to bring hope to people who have complicated health issues, undesirable living situations and other life challenges that affect their overall health. NOAH relies on donations to support direct patient care. You can make a donation that will qualify for an Arizona State tax credit by visiting https://noahhelps.org/Donate.



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