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Pittsburg-Main
3011 N. Michigan

620-231-9873

Walk-In Care
Open 7 Days A Week
No Appointment Needed
620-240-5600


Pittsburg-Dental
924 N. Broadway

620-231-6788

Iola
2051 North State St.

620-380-6600

Baxter Springs
2990 Military Ave.

620-856-2900

Coffeyville
801 W. 8th St.

620-251-4300

Columbus
120 W. Pine

620-429-2101

Parsons
2100 Commerce Dr.

620-717-4450

Independence
3751 W. Main

620-577-2131

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GENERAL INFORMATION

Status:  Federally Qualified Health Center since 2003; non-profit, IRC §501(c)(3) corporation.

FY17 Funding: Total Operating Revenue: $30,050,000 (65+ grants / programs), composed of:

Patient service revenue $21,563,800 (72%); Federal grants $5,818,700 (19%);

State grants $1,054,200 (4%); Foundation grants, donations and other $1,612,900 (5%).

Annual payroll $16.7 million; average annual compensation of $55,000.

Governance: 13-Member Board of Directors; 77% are consumers of CHC/SEK services.

Services: Medical (including Obstetrical), Dental, Behavioral Health, Medication Assisted Treatment, Vision, School/Workplace Health, Pharmaceutical and Enabling/Support Services.

Number of Sites: 12 throughout Crawford, Cherokee, Allen, Labette and Montgomery Counties.

Our Patients

Age Gender Race Payor Mix Income
0-18      40% Female   55% White                 76% Uninsured  38% <100% FPL*   78%
19-64    52% Male       45% Hispanic              9% Medicaid     27% 101 to 200%    9%
65+         8% Black                    4% Private         24% 200%+             1%
Multi /Other     11% Medicare       11% Unreported    12%

*Federal Poverty Level, estimated                                                

 Utilization, Financial & Staffing Trends

Measure CY04 CY13 CY14 CY15 CY16 CY17
Patients 4,100 34,100 37,300 39,600 40,400 41,700
Patient Visits 11,200 124,300 129,400 147,800 149,600 151,000
Budget $1.3 mil. $17.6 mil. $19.4 mil. $21.6 mil. $25.0 mil. $29.0 mil.
Federal Grant $ per User $59 $82 $93 $95 $116 $117
No. of employees (FTEs) 15.0 199.1 226.7 240.4 264.0 295.04

Source: Annual Uniform Data System Report                                                                                                                                                                       

Special Programs / Recognition
NCQA Patient Centered Medical Home
Kansas Primary Care Program
340B Pharmacy Program
Maternal & Child Health (MCH)
Vaccines for Children (VFC)
NIH Research Site / Oral Health
Accredited Diabetic Self-Education Center
Baby4Baby Clothing Exchange
KDHE Migrant Farmworkers Program
Targeted Pregnancy Case Management
Oral Health America Partner
Head Start’s 2014 Sargent Shriver Excellence in Community Service National Award
Ryan White Provider
Kansas Pediatric Foundation’s Turn a Page, Touch a Mind Program
Kansas Health Information Network Member
School-Based Health Centers / Services
Kansas Repository for Unused Medications
Eastern Kansas Health Network Member

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