Heartland Community Health Center offers a primary care clinic with integrated mental and behavioral health services, Diabetes Care & Prevention program, Smoking Cessation program, Wellness program, Women's Health program, food pantry and a Rent & Utility Assistance program.
HCHC has a Health Insurance Marketplace Certified Navigator that can help community members find affordable health insurance. Call us at 785.841.7297 if you'd like help finding affordable health insurance.
HCHC exists to serve all community members regardless of income. HCHC acknowledges that we are more than just physical bodies, so we have dedicated ourselves to practicing holistic health care- a health model that focuses on physical health as well as emotional, social and spiritual health. We provide a medical home for our patients by offering accessible, continuous and compassionate care to ensure that all needs, both medical and nonmedical, are met.
Please call us at 785.841.7297 with any questions or to set up an appointment.
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Local establishment
- Phone: 785-841-7297
- Fax: 785-856-0375
Monday, September 30, 2013
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A Kansas Department of Health and Environment program for Women's Health. At no cost to women who qualify.
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I'm disappointed to see that this organization has gone through multiple identities and continued to solicit funds for the exact same digital medical records improvements. They received a grant, free software from a major manufacturer, another grant, and now have put out a cry for assistance to the community. How many times has this happened? Where is the accountability?