2017 Patients


Dr. DillawaySince 1997, Neighborhood Outreach Access to Health (NOAH) has provided affordable, high-quality healthcare services to Maricopa County. Our model of care places patients’ needs at the center of attention as we deliver comprehensive health services including medical, dental, behavioral health, nutrition, prenatal care, and community resource programs.

Family Medicine

You can count on us to help you stay healthy and care for you when you’re not feeling your best. You will always get the expert advice, compassion, and quality care you deserve at any NOAH location. Services vary based upon location. Medical services available may include:

Request Appointment• Routine check-ups.
• Lab services.
• Acute care (illness/injury).
• Chronic disease management.


NOAH Health Centers offer a range of pediatric services, from well-baby and well-child visits to vaccinations, preventative care, and acute care. Our pediatric providers treat newborns to 17 year olds, and are skilled at working with parents to help manage their child’s care. At NOAH we understand that making decisions for your child’s health can at times be stressful, so our providers ensure that parents are given all of the information needed to make these important choices. Our providers will work with parents and patients to choose the best path for your child’s overall health and wellness. Services include:

  • Well child visits
  • Immunizations
  • Sick visits
  • Developmental screening
  • Management of chronic problems
  • Newborn visits
  • Parenting guidance
  • Ages birth to 18

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Immunizations are offered to patients of all ages. Children immunizations are provided through a collaborative effort with the Arizona State Immunizations Information System.


NOAH operates a full service laboratory at the Heuser Family Medicine Center for your convenience. Limited services are available at other clinic locations.

Preventive Care

Preventive care is critically important to your long-term health. Regular visits and early screening can make a significant difference in diagnosing and treating patients.