Post written by Catherine Rice, VP of Marketing and Outreach
With 50 percent of Health Partnership Clinic’s patients without health insurance and health care cost on the rise, funding is always a challenge.
To continue welcoming those seeking affordable, accessible and quality health care, the clinic is planning its annual fundraising luncheon, Opening Doors.
The event will be Thursday, Nov. 8, at the Overland Park Convention Center, in Overland Park, Kan.
The luncheon, which begins at 11:30 a.m., will include a brief program, video and an awards ceremony. Tickets are $100 each; sponsorships are still available.
In 26 years, HPC has grown from a small doctor’s office with volunteer physicians, nurses and staff to four clinic sites (Olathe, Shawnee Mission, Paola and Ottawa) in three counties with nearly 70 employees.
HPC provides nearly 37,000 patient visits annually and serves as a lifeline for almost 15,000 adults and children.
According to Amy Falk, CEO, HPC offers a full range of services focusing on newborn and pediatric medical and dental care as well as adult primary care, specialty care and access to behavioral health care.
“At HPC, we’ve always opened our doors to those most in need. We provide individualized, compassionate and family-centered care in a welcoming environment and are committed to improving the health of our community by providing access to patient education and top-notch integrated care.”
For more information about the Opening Doors Luncheon, please call Debbie Sparks at 913-433-7592.