KC CARE Health Center
Nationwide more than 31 million people are without health insurance. In Missouri, 9.7 percent of residents do not have health care — that’s almost 600,000 people. Through the years, Village Church has had medical professionals provide ongoing mission work one Saturday a month to the KC CARE Health Center. Doctors, medical assistants, nurse practitioners, and medical assistants are part of this essential and rewarding effort.
In 1971, the Kansas City CARE Health Center was formed to serve the ongoing health care needs for the uninsured and underinsured. More than 50 years later, the clinic is one of the nation’s largest, providing free, first-class health care including: basic health care services in general medicine; HIV prevention and primary care; behavioral health; and dentistry.
Today, the clinic at 3515 Broadway runs at capacity. Patients find that the KC CARE Health Center is the only place that can serve them, particularly on an ongoing basis for chronic illnesses.
Calling all Village physicians
Village Church’s mission needs your expertise and a mere three hours of your time. The clinic makes it easy for you to help:
Kansas City, MO