The Community Health Center of Southeast Kansas is a federally qualified patient-centered health center dedicated to providing quality health care to everyone regardless of their ability to pay.
Originally opened by Mt. Carmel Regional Medical Center (now Via Christi Hospital Pittsburg) as an extension of its mission, it is now a patient-owned and operated organization serving more than 20,000 children and adults annually.
The Community Health Center of Southeast Kansas employs more than 200 professionals and support staff at six clinic sites in Crawford, Cherokee, Montgomery and Allen counties.
The Community Health Center of Southeast Kansas is governed by a 15-member Board of Directors which includes patients and community representatives.
Medicare, Medicaid, HealthWave and private insurance are accepted. Discounted services are available for those meeting financial assistance guidlines. No-one is refused care due to inability to pay.