Our culturally competent healthcare team, many of whom are bilingual, are experts in their field and committed to delivering compassionate, personalized care. The interdisciplinary team offers uniquely tailored services to meet the needs of each patient. The patient-centric team works together; but more importantly, they work with you to incorporate your voice and your choice to provide the support you need to thrive in your wellness journey.

Edmond Baker, MD
Medical Director, Equality Health

Edmond L. Baker Jr., M.D., is the current medical director for Equality Care Centers. His experience of working in rural and underserved health spaces brings a unique ideation of patient care to the team.

Dr. Baker took a nontraditional journey to medicine. After serving in the U.S. Army, he began a career at DuPont where he became the first African American account manager for automotive products. After 15 years, he left his corporate job to pursue his dream of medicine.

Dr. Baker received his undergraduate degree from Temple University and his medical doctorate from University of Michigan Medical School. He obtained his postgraduate training at University of Michigan, the Phoenix Integrated Residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology Program and Lahey Hospital & Medical Center (formerly Lahey Clinic).
Dr. Baker is married and the father of three sons. He remains heavily involved in the African American community here in Phoenix.

Learn more about Dr. Baker and read patient reviews here.

Victor Aire-Oaihimire, PA

Victor Aire-Oaihimire specializes in diabetes and hypertension management, nutritional guidance and genetic blood abnormalities. He loves having a daily opportunity to do what he has always wanted to do: help those that cannot help themselves. A native of Nigeria, Victor is fluent in English and Edo. He studied in Nigeria before becoming Physician Assistant-Certified from Midwestern University in Glendale, Arizona. He also belongs to the Arizona State Association of Physician Assistants. When Victor is not working hard to help his patients, he can be found watching basketball, football and soccer.

Elicia Hinton MSN, FNP-C

Elicia Hinton was born and raised in Illinois and moved to Arizona four years ago with her husband and three children. She enjoys reading and going to the beach. She is a big-time Chicago Cubs fan and loves watching them play whenever her schedule allows. She also loves watching her kids participate in sports.

Hinton has dedicated her career, which she considers her life’s work, to helping people. She began this journey in the area of education but soon realized she could better serve those in need through nursing. After completing her studies for her nursing degree, she began working in the emergency room as a registered nurse. During that time, she saw the need for holistic nursing. This passion for holistic care led her to pursue a master’s degree in family nurse practitioning.

Hinton truly cares about people and community. She believes in compassionate care and treating her patients with the same care she would want for herself or her family.

Joanna Martori, DNP, APRN, FNP-BC

Dr. Joanna Martori, DNP, APRN, FNP-BC is a family nurse practitioner at the Equality Care Center. She has dedicated her nursing career and volunteer work to empowering Arizona’s medically underserved communities to achieve optimized health outcomes through high quality, evidence-based practices centered on patient goals.

Joanna began her community health nursing experience in 2009 as an AmeriCorps volunteer at a Federally Qualified Health Center in South Phoenix. In 2020, she completed her two-year fellowship with the Arizona Area Health Education Centers evaluating food scarcity as a social determinant of health in Apache Junction.

Joanna attained her doctorate in nursing practice and an undergraduate nursing degree from Arizona State University. She also obtained a bachelor’s degree in social and behavioral science with a minor in women’s studies. During that time, Joanna conducted a study evaluating multimodal patient-tailored treatment plans for chronic pain management. The study included the benefits of mindfulness to increase acceptance and activities of daily living participation as an effective measurement to predict improved patient health outcomes.

A native Phoenician, Joanna enjoys hiking, as well as spending time with local friends and family.

Andreia Arnold

Andreia Arnold, NP

Andreia Arnold has over 17 years of nursing experience with two years dedicated to pain management. She began her career in 2002 as a licensed practical nurse and obtained her associate’s degree in nursing from Sinclair Community College in Dayton, Ohio. Andreia completed her Bachelor of Science and Master of Science in nursing at Indiana Wesleyan University. Andreia became a board-certified family nurse practitioner in 2015 by the American Association of Nurse Practitioners.

Learn more about Andreia and read patient reviews here.

Health Care Providers

Edmond Baker, MD
Medical Director, Equality Health

Edmond L. Baker Jr., M.D., is the current medical director for Equality Care Centers. His experience of working in rural and underserved health spaces brings a unique ideation of patient care to the team.

Dr. Baker took a nontraditional journey to medicine. After serving in the U.S. Army, he began a career at DuPont where he became the first African American account manager for automotive products. After 15 years, he left his corporate job to pursue his dream of medicine.

Dr. Baker received his undergraduate degree from Temple University and his medical doctorate from University of Michigan Medical School. He obtained his postgraduate training at University of Michigan, the Phoenix Integrated Residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology Program and Lahey Hospital & Medical Center (formerly Lahey Clinic).
Dr. Baker is married and the father of three sons. He remains heavily involved in the African American community here in Phoenix.

Learn more about Dr. Baker and read patient reviews here.

Victor Aire-Oaihimire, PA

Victor Aire-Oaihimire specializes in diabetes and hypertension management, nutritional guidance and genetic blood abnormalities. He loves having a daily opportunity to do what he has always wanted to do: help those that cannot help themselves. A native of Nigeria, Victor is fluent in English and Edo. He studied in Nigeria before becoming Physician Assistant-Certified from Midwestern University in Glendale, Arizona. He also belongs to the Arizona State Association of Physician Assistants. When Victor is not working hard to help his patients, he can be found watching basketball, football and soccer.

Elicia Hinton MSN, FNP-C

Elicia Hinton was born and raised in Illinois and moved to Arizona four years ago with her husband and three children. She enjoys reading and going to the beach. She is a big-time Chicago Cubs fan and loves watching them play whenever her schedule allows. She also loves watching her kids participate in sports.

Hinton has dedicated her career, which she considers her life’s work, to helping people. She began this journey in the area of education but soon realized she could better serve those in need through nursing. After completing her studies for her nursing degree, she began working in the emergency room as a registered nurse. During that time, she saw the need for holistic nursing. This passion for holistic care led her to pursue a master’s degree in family nurse practitioning.

Hinton truly cares about people and community. She believes in compassionate care and treating her patients with the same care she would want for herself or her family.

Joanna Martori, DNP, APRN, FNP-BC

Dr. Joanna Martori, DNP, APRN, FNP-BC is a family nurse practitioner at the Equality Care Center. She has dedicated her nursing career and volunteer work to empowering Arizona’s medically underserved communities to achieve optimized health outcomes through high quality, evidence-based practices centered on patient goals.

Joanna began her community health nursing experience in 2009 as an AmeriCorps volunteer at a Federally Qualified Health Center in South Phoenix. In 2020, she completed her two-year fellowship with the Arizona Area Health Education Centers evaluating food scarcity as a social determinant of health in Apache Junction.

Joanna attained her doctorate in nursing practice and an undergraduate nursing degree from Arizona State University. She also obtained a bachelor’s degree in social and behavioral science with a minor in women’s studies. During that time, Joanna conducted a study evaluating multimodal patient-tailored treatment plans for chronic pain management. The study included the benefits of mindfulness to increase acceptance and activities of daily living participation as an effective measurement to predict improved patient health outcomes.

A native Phoenician, Joanna enjoys hiking, as well as spending time with local friends and family.

Pain Management
Andreia Arnold

Andreia Arnold, NP

Andreia Arnold has over 17 years of nursing experience with two years dedicated to pain management. She began her career in 2002 as a licensed practical nurse and obtained her associate’s degree in nursing from Sinclair Community College in Dayton, Ohio. Andreia completed her Bachelor of Science and Master of Science in nursing at Indiana Wesleyan University. Andreia became a board-certified family nurse practitioner in 2015 by the American Association of Nurse Practitioners.

Learn more about Andreia and read patient reviews here.