Dr. Zebulon Delp is a board certified pediatrician and is a Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics. He is a native Arizonan and is fluent in Spanish. He attended the University of Arizona, where he graduated with honors receiving a Bachelor of Science degree in Biochemistry with a double minor in Chemistry-Math-Physics and Spanish.


Dr. Delp graduated from the highly regarded University of Iowa’s, Carver College of Medicine. After medical school, he moved back to Tucson to begin his Pediatric Residency at the U of A, Health Sciences Center. Dr. Delp consistently earned distinguished honors and awards during his academic years, and his commitment to excellence continued throughout his pediatric residency. At the completion of his residency, Tucson area pediatricians voted him Outstanding Pediatric Resident. Upon the recommendation of his peers and faculty Dr. Delp was appointed Pediatric Chief Resident in June of 2006.

Throughout the years, Dr. Delp has been committed to furthering his education and the education of others. In college and medical school he assisted in teaching and tutoring under-classman. As Pediatric Chief Resident, his major responsibilities included instructing residents and medical students. Dr. Delp is now dedicated to sharing his knowledge with his patients, their parents and the community.

Dr. Delp and his wife Alyson have six young children, four boys and two girls.  Being a parent has helped him develop a greater sense of how parents feel and an appreciation for their concerns.  In his free time, Dr. Delp enjoys spending time with his family in a variety of activities.  He volunteers at his church and serves as leader in Bible Study Fellowship.  Together Dr. Delp and his family stay healthy by exercising frequently and maintaining an active lifestyle.