04 MAR 2024

Bringing Primary Care to Dixon

The team Dixon team includes (left to right) Kim Beatty, M.A.; Anne Keith, N.P.; Alex Montoya, patient service representative; and Sheila Rivera, practice manager.
NorthBay Health is dedicated to bringing convenient, accessible, top-quality care to the Dixon community.

A bright and spacious medical office at 1305 Stratford Ave., conveniently located just off Interstate 80, now welcomes patients to NorthBay Health Primary Care in Dixon.

A soft opening began in late January, with NorthBay scheduling already-existing patients for appointments at the site three days a week, providing time to apply finishing touches to the 4100-square-foot medical office building.

Stepping in to get things started were NorthBay Health Primary Care Medical Director Shanaz Khambatta, D.O., and Kulbir “Bubbly” Bajwa, M.D.

Dr. Khambatta is a family medicine physician and is continuing to see patients in Vacaville, as well. Dr. Bajwa specializes in internal medicine, and has relocated her practice to Dixon.

Each physician is seeing patients one day a week, while Niko Lazarewicz, N.P., and Anne Keith, N.P., are rounding out the schedule to enable the office to be open Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.

Recruitment efforts are underway to bring on a full-time physician and nurse practitioner in the next few months who will welcome new patients with appointments from Monday through Friday, according to Tim Williams, Chief Ambulatory Operations Officer.

“We’re also planning to bring after-hours care and urgent care to the site in the near future,” said Williams. “Our top priority is to bring convenient, accessible, top-quality care to this community.”

Learn more about the primary care services through NorthBay Health, and meet the care team at our primary care in Dixon.

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