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Welcome to Nobility Health.

We are here to serve you.

Our facilities are equipped to handle everything from the most complex surgical cases to COVID testing with ease while providing a safe, comfortable, and peaceful environment for our patients. 

We pride ourselves on our state-of-the-art equipment and friendly, professional staff who are committed to treating each patient like family as they guide them every step of the way through their healthcare journey.

Our primary focus is patient care.

The phenomenal physicians who work with us are all experts in their respective fields. They have been called upon to serve in leadership and teaching positions at top medical schools, and they publish and present their research findings worldwide, yet they never lose sight of their patients’ needs.

In short, our doctors are kind, compassionate, and committed to those they serve, putting the “noble” in Nobility Health.

Meet Our Medical Director

John Kowalczyk, DO

Medical Director, COVID-19 Task Force

Dr. John Kowalczyk earned his medical degree from Midwestern University, completed his internship and residencies at Chicago Osteopathic Hospital and Olympia Fields Osteopathic Medical & Trauma Center, and did his fellowship training in uroprosthetics at Indiana University. He is a Clinical Professor of Surgery at Touro University and Western University, as well as Clerkship Director for the Surgery Department of St. George’s University School of Medicine, among his many and varied accomplishments and affiliations.

He founded the Urology Group of Southern California in 2001 and is affiliated with multiple hospitals including California Hospital Medical Center and Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. His professional expertise focuses on prostate cancer, male impotence, incontinence, and urodynamics as well as gender dysphoria and gender confirmation surgery.

Dr. Kowalczyk is an active researcher who continues to publish; currently, he is the lead investigator in Los Angeles of a study to assess the safety and efficacy of monoclonal antibody VIR-7831 for the early treatment of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) in non-hospitalized patients.

He has received many awards, including the David M. Shaw Physician of the Year Award at Good Samaritan Hospital and the Physician Educator of the Year Award for Downey Regional Medical Center’s Family Practice Residency Program, and he is an active member of several medical associations. His personal passions include politics, world travel, and shark diving.