A NEW, NON-PROFIT NOAH VENADO VALLEY HEALTH CENTER

Venado Valley Health CenterNOAH Patient MixIn 2016, Neighborhood Outreach Access to Health (NOAH), 501(c)(3) nonprofit health centers, began planning construction for Venado Valley Health Center, a 6,700 sq. foot health facility in Phoenix’s Deer Valley community. The new health center, opening in August 2017, will allow NOAH to provide unprecedented healthcare in medically underserved communities, focusing on the uninsured, underinsured, and Medicaid recipients.

The building will be home to Family Medicine, Pediatric Care, Behavioral Health, Nutrition, and Community Resources. It will be a state-of-the-art health center, incorporating medical clinic pods designed to create more Points of Care, streamline patient volumes, and increase our medical providers’ effectiveness and overall patient care.

GIVE A GIFT TODAY

NOAH is raising funds for Venado Valley Health Center with a $545,000 capital campaign. NOAH is accepting monetary donations and in-kind gifts of medical, dental, and IT equipment and furniture. Monetary contributions support construction costs, furniture/fixtures, permits/fees, new computers, and medical/IT equipment. Ninety percent of the aggregate cost of construction is funded by tenant improvements to the facility.

With a variety of naming opportunities, you can take part in creating an integrated care facility that will serve our community’s underserved and be a vital component of Arizona’s healthcare system. As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, all gifts to NOAH are tax-deductible.

Thank you—we are so grateful for your support.