Community Care Network of Kansas

Who is Community Care Network of Kansas?

Community Care Network of Kansas is comprised of health centers and community-based clinics with a common goal of providing high-quality healthcare that is accessible to all Kansans. Since 1989, our membership has collaborated to help educate lawmakers on healthcare and health policy issues, advocated for funding, and promoted the availability of services statewide. Community Care is the federally designated Primary Care Association (PCA) for Kansas and receives funds to provide training and technical assistance to member clinics with an FQHC or LAL designation.

"Community Care Network of Kansas exists to achieve equitable access to high-quality healthcare for all Kansans."

What does Community Care Network of Kansas do?

Community Care helps grow and strengthen health centers and clinics, making resources available so that all Kansans have access to primary medical, dental and behavioral health care close to home. Whether preventive care or treatment for an acute condition is needed, Community Care works to make sure Kansans have access to the care they need and deserve.

Who are Community Care members?

Our membership network includes a diverse group of:

  • Federally Qualified Health Centers
  • Primary care clinics
  • Local health departments
  • Rural health clinics

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