Entries by Katy Reeve

NEWS: NOAH Receives $4.1 Million for New Scottsdale Health Center

NOAH is pleased to announce that they will receive $4.1 million in funding from the Arizona Alliance for Community Health Centers (AACHC) to support the development of NOAH’s new comprehensive Cholla Health Center in south Scottsdale. The new 30,000 sq. ft. Cholla Health Center will be located at 8705 E. McDowell Road, in Scottsdale, just […]

Women’s Health Week #3 – Contraception & Birth Control

By Dr. Hadass Fuerst & Dr. Marissa Jacobs Women’s Health Week is May 8 -14 and this year NOAH is highlighting three health issues that women should be familiar with and discuss with their provider any time of year. NOAH recommends that everyone have a primary care provider (PCP) and a medical home. If you […]

Women’s Health Week #2 – HPV Vaccine

By Dr. Hadass Fuerst & Dr. Marissa Jacobs Women’s Health Week kicks off on Mother’s Day every year. This year for Women’s Health Week from May 8 – 14, NOAH is highlighting three health issues that women should be familiar with and can discuss with their provider any time of year. NOAH recommends that everyone […]

Women’s Health Week #1 – Cervical Cancer

By Dr. Hadass Fuerst & Dr. Marissa Jacobs Women’s Health Week kicks off on Mother’s Day every year. This year for Women’s Health Week from May 8 – 14, NOAH is highlighting three health issues that women should be familiar with and should discuss with their provider any time of year. NOAH recommends that everyone […]

Seasonal Affective Disorder in the Sunshine? You Bet!

By Katelyn Millinor, LPC | Behavioral Health Quality Manager Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a type of depression that happens or changes with the season, with symptoms lasting 4 to 5 months every year. And while many people associate SAD with dark, cold, winter months, people living in sunny Central Arizona can and do suffer […]

It’s Time to Talk About Colorectal Cancer Screenings

If you are over 45 then it’s time to talk to your doctor about Colorectal Cancer Screenings. We know it isn’t anyone’s favorite topic, but it is easier than you may think to get screened. A few Colorectal Cancer facts to know before we talk about screenings: Colorectal Cancer is colon cancer and rectal cancer […]

Let’s Talk About Eating Disorders

By Maggie Hensley, RD | Registered Dietitian The last week of February is National Eating Disorder Awareness week. This week helps raise awareness on how common eating disorders actually are. According to the National Eating Disorder Association (NEDA), 28.2 million Americans experience an eating disorder at some point in their lives. National Eating Disorder Awareness […]

NEWS: NOAH Celebrates Emerging Leader Dora Correal

NOAH is thrilled to share that one of our own dedicated and caring team members, Dora Correal, Director of Community Equity, received the Emerging Leader Award from the Geiger Gibson Program in Community Health Policy. This national award honors young, emerging leaders within community and farmworker health centers who have made a career in the […]

Get COVID Testing at NOAH’s FastTrack

NOAH offers FastTrack COVID testing at several health center locations. These FastTrack appointments are drive-up and only take a few minutes, making them easy for patients. Results are typically provided in about 24 hours. The NOAH FastTrack testing does NOT require a separate telehealth or in-person provider appointment. However, a FastTrack testing appointment must be […]

Flu Vaccines Myth vs. Fact

By Leslie Shelton, DO | Heuser Family Medicine Resident, PGY-I There has been a lot of talk about vaccines lately. It can be confusing! So, let’s talk about some information about the flu vaccine and if it’s fact or myth. “The flu vaccine gives you the flu.” – MYTH The flu vaccine is a dead […]