Health Partnership Clinic’s IT Manager, Daniel Gross, has a passion for photography. His father, an avid photographer, tried to spark Daniel’s interest in photography as a child. Unfortunately, he didn’t really start to pursue his hobby seriously until about three years ago when he was introduced to digital photography. Daniel’s prior experience was with high-quality […]
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Every year, 15,000 patients walk through Health Partnership Clinic’s (HPC) doors seeking health services—medical, behavioral health and dental. Many battle chronic diseases; others struggle with mental issues and yet others face challenges of homelessness, abuse, loss of a job or a myriad of other stressors. It’s our mission to provide quality care. That means we […]
HPC recently received a Capital Improvement Grant to provide Tele-dentistry. This is an exciting opportunity to increase the efficiency of dental outreach services and improve access to dental services to low income, uninsured and under-insured children. With this exciting technology, Dayna Brinckman, DDS, Chief Dental Officer, will be able to conduct dental exams remotely, assisted […]
Every time Carolyn takes a step forward, she’s grateful for Health Partnership Clinic (HPC). Today, Carolyn, a 50-year-old Johnson Countian, is 50 pounds lighter, attending community college and facing chronic pain with renewed hope. According to Carolyn, HPC is her lifeline—providing the care she needs when she needs it. Since 2009, Carolyn has witnessed—first hand—the […]
Health Partnership Clinic (HPC) announced today that it has officially launched its new and improved website, hpcks.org. The new site features a fresh, modern design, more relevant user-friendly content and simpler navigation. HPC’s mission is to provide quality, accessible and affordable health care to Johnson, Miami and Franklin Countians. According to Amy Falk, HPC’s […]
Embracing the idea that success in school starts with healthy learners, Health Partnership Clinic (HPC) plans to add a new federally qualified, school-based health center at Merriam Park Elementary School, 6100 Mastin St., in Merriam, Kan. beginning Tuesday, Jan. 30, 2018. The new site will only be available to Shawnee Mission School District students. HPC […]
Post written by Amalia Almedia, APRN Board-certified nurse practitioner, specializing in women’s health Chief of Clinical Services and Quality Kicks off American Heart Month with National Wear Red Day On Friday, Feb. 2, 2018 staff at Health Partnership Clinic will be wearing red to help the American Heart Association (AHA) and Go Red For Women celebrate […]
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). This health center receives HHS funding and has Federal PHS deemed status with respect to certain health or health-related claims, including medical malpractice claims, for itself and its covered individuals.
Our Olathe and Paola sites are recognized by the National Committee for Quality Assurance as patient-centered medical homes.