Post written by Debra Trybom, RDH, ECP II Health Partnership Clinic April is National Oral Cancer Awareness Month. Approximately 110,000 people are diagnosed with oral, head and neck cancer every year in the United States. These cancers can occur in the tongue, throat, larynx, nasal cavities, sinuses, lips, mouth, thyroid and salivary glands. Sixty-six percent […]
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We are very excited to highlight one of our most valuable assets, our employees! Each month, you can get to know a different HPC team member in a fun new way. Name: Dr. Rhiannon Moore Department: Behavioral Health Title: Assistant Director of Behavioral Health Primary work location: Olathe Schools and Olathe clinic. How long have you worked at HPC? Four […]
By Bev Dudley HPC Volunteer since 2018 HPC Celebrates Volunteers This year, the theme for National Volunteer Week, which is April 7-13, 2019, is Celebrate Service – an opportunity to shine a light on the people and causes that inspire us to serve. And Health Partnership Clinic (HPC) is shining its lights on five volunteers […]
Post written by Cecilia Ponce, LSCW Behavioral Health Clinician Health Partnership Clinic Social workers provide invaluable contributions to the most vulnerable in our society According to the National Association of Social Workers (2019), there are approximately 680,000 social workers in the United States who are actively employed. Social work is one of the fastest growing […]
Guest post by Rachel Olsen, Medical Student at Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences Rachel Olsen is a third-year Osteopathic Medical Student at Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences in the Community Health Center Track and an Associate Adjunct Professor at Johnson County Community College. Rachel completed four months of rotations as a […]
We are very excited to highlight one of our most valuable assets, our employees! Each month, you can get to know a different HPC team member in a fun new way. Name: Dr. Tristen Winston Department: Behavioral Health Title: Licensed Psychologist Primary work location: Olathe How long have you worked at HPC? Four months How did you get into your […]
Post written by Debra Trybom, RDH, ECP II, Health Partnership Clinic February was National Children’s Dental Health Month. This month of recognition is meant to raise awareness about the importance of oral health. HPC celebrated with a few fun activities for our pediatric patients. Every child seen in pediatrics and dental was given a smile […]
By Catherine Rice, Vice President of Marketing and Outreach for Health Partnership Clinic Health Partnership Clinic and Shawnee Mission School District Partner for Student Health Health Partnership Clinic and Shawnee Mission School District are celebrating a year of providing health services to students through a school-based clinic at Merriam Park Elementary School in Merriam, Kan. […]
During the annual holiday celebration on Dec. 5, Joe Clark, PA-C, and Andrea Madrigal, MA, were named Employees of the Year. Joe and Andrea were each presented with an award. Joe Clark, PA-C Joe is board certified by the National Commission on the Certification of Physician Assistants. He received a Bachelor of Science in Nursing […]
Health Partnership Clinic announces the addition of Bruce Baker, CCIM, Owner of Baker Realty Advisors, Inc. to its Board of Directors. Baker brings a wealth of technology and real estate/facilities experience to the HPC board, having specialized in working with health care organizations in planning, executing and managing their commercial real estate needs throughout his […]
Health Partnership Clinic is a FTCA deemed facility, a Health Center Program grantee under 42 U.S.C. 254b and a deemed Public Health Service employee under 42 U.S.C. 233(g)-(n).
Our Olathe and Paola sites are recognized by the National Committee for Quality Assurance as patient-centered medical homes.