FREE Community Health & Wellness Fair July 28

COR LogoThe United Methodist Church of the Resurrection in Leawood will be hosting a free Community Health & Wellness Fair, partnering with the Health Partnership Clinic as well as other health & safety organizations in the community on Saturday, July 28 from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.

You deserve to feel good!

Everyone has competing priorities in life, and it’s easy to put your own health and wellness on the back burner as you move through the responsibilities and obligations of everyday life.

Take this Saturday morning to put your focus on your own health, and the health of your family with fun and educational resources for people of all ages.

VBC_DAY3_4 Please join us in a day of workshops, conversations, and activities surrounding key health resources available right here in our community, free of charge!

Here are some of the things you can participate in at this event:

  • Health resources, door prizes, a Kids Zone and giveaways
  • On-Site Mammograms
  • Conversations about Mental Health, Mindfulness and Stress Reduction
  • Free Yoga and Family Zumba classes
  • On-site pet adoptions & READ Pals service dogs
  • Hands-Only CPR training with Johnson County MedACT
  • Cooking for Disease Prevention
  • Dementia Care & Senior Living resources and workshops
  • ….and more!

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How do I get there?

Church of the Resurrection’s Leawood campus is located between Roe and Nall at 137th Street.

This event will be held in the B Building, check parking lot signage for the B Building and Foundry. Full address if you’d like to use a GPS is 13720 Roe Ave, Leawood, KS 66224.

For a full list of activities, classes and workshops available and to register online visit

If you don’t have a chance to register, that’s OK. There will be plenty of activities that don’t require you to pre-register.

To make sure you get a seat in a specific workshop or class, we do recommend you register online. Individuals who pre-register and attend a class or workshop will automatically be entered in a drawing to receive a door prize!

Questions? Contact or call the church at 913=897-0120.

HPC’s school-based clinic celebrates with ribbon cutting, open house

Merriam Park Ribbon Cutting (11)Post written by Catherine Rice, Vice President of Marketing and Outreach

Health Partnership Clinic (HPC) and Shawnee Mission School District officially celebrated a new school-based health clinic at Merriam Park Elementary School on March 29.

The festivities included a short program, a ribbon cutting and tours. The medical and behavioral health clinic has been serving district students since Jan. 30, 2018.

The ribbon cutting event was attended by more than 65 education and clinic leadership, elected officials and Chamber and community members.

The event was co-sponsored by the Northeast Johnson County Chamber. Medical, dental, registration and administrative staff along with board members represented the clinic. In addition, Merriam Park students helped greet and escort guests as well as other hospitality tasks.

The school-based clinic is a partnership between HPC and the school district to offer walk-in medical and by appointment behavioral health services to district students. Children with and without insurance are served.

According to Amy Falk, CEO, the purpose of the clinic is to make health care accessible and affordable to all Shawnee Mission School District students. At the time of the event, HPC has treated nearly 50 children

“The foundation of a thriving community is education and health care,” Falk says. “This is just the beginning of great things to come.”

Speakers at the event included Amy Falk, HPC’s CEO; Cho Druen, Principal, Merriam Park Elementary; Merriam Mayor Ken Sissom; and Ashley McDonald, Board Chair, NEJC Chamber of Commerce.

The Merriam Park clinic is open to Shawnee Mission School district students on Tuesdays from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. for walk-in health services and by appointments on Wednesdays from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. by calling 913-993-6422.