Fill Up Pour Out

This year’s Fill Up Pour Out event is Thursday, December 10. Find out how you can get your tickets.

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Welcome Our Newest Providers!

We are thrilled that Dr. Strickland and Lisa Russell have joined our team of providers! Heartland is growing and is now accepting new patients.
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Heartland Has Moved

All of our services are now located in the Medical Arts Building at 346 Maine St.

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About Heartland

Holistic integrated health care


Physical health


Emotional Health


Social Health


Mental Health

Heartland Community Health Center is a primary care provider that serves Lawrence, KS and surrounding areas. Heartland offers quality, affordable primary care to all community members, regardless of income or insurance status. The medical clinic is similar to a family practice doctor’s office with the addition of acknowledging that we are more than just physical bodies.

Heartland has dedicated itself to practicing holistic, integrated health care–a health model that focuses on physical health as well as emotional, social, and spiritual health. Heartland is a Level 3 Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) that offers its patients accessible, coordinated and compassionate care to ensure that all needs are met.

What we did last month

People treated in the clinic

Served in the food pantry

Dollars given in rent and utility assistance

Heartland Patient Stories

Latest News

Chronic condition support workshops beginning in October

Heartland Community Health Center and the Lawrence-Douglas County Health Department are launching “Tools for Better Health” workshops in October. One will take place on Thursday evenings beginning October 8 from 6:00-8:30pm at Holcom Recreation Center (2700 W. 27th St). The other will meet on Wednesday mornings beginning October 14 from 9:30am-noon at the Lawrence Public Library (707 Vermont St). Each class is seven weeks long and is designed for adults with chronic conditions such as diabetes, arthritis, high blood pressure, heart disease, chronic pain, or depression. Information covered in the class will help participants find practical ways to deal with pain and fatigue, discover better nutrition and exercise choices, understand new treatment options, and learn better ways to talk with their doctor and family about their health. Those who would like to attend, but need help with transportation, are encouraged to contact Heartland at 785.841.7297 for information on transportation vouchers. To register for the workshop, or for more information, call... read more

Meet the September 2015 Volunteer of the Month: Taylor

Taylor enjoys volunteering at Heartland for many reasons. “The Heartland staff has always made me feel very welcomed and valued. I know that what I do at Heartland is an important part of helping the clinic to run smoothly,” she says. “I have loved meeting and working with the Heartland staff and other volunteers. The energy around the clinic is always positive and uplifting. I am so grateful for the opportunity to help serve our community, and be a part of the Heartland team!” If Taylor had the opportunity to share more about Heartland, she “would tell people that the staff and volunteers at Heartland are truly passionate about what they do. The holistic approach to health taken at Heartland really strives to help people to be their best selves – not just physically, but mentally and spiritually as well. Their commitment to holistic healthcare really sets them apart from other health clinics. “ After graduation Taylor plans on applying to medical school and becoming a physician. She wants to work in pediatric medicine and incorporate preventative and holistic care into her practice. Taylor believes that volunteering at Heartland has allowed her to gain valuable clinical experience and has also validated and enhanced her passion for medicine. Seeing the relationships between the physicians and patients has inspired her to continue pursuing her goals. She looks forward to providing the same high quality care to her patients in the... read more

Heartland to receive Quality Improvement Grant Funding from HRSA

The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) announced on Tuesday, August 25 that Heartland Community Health Center will be awarded $133,036 in Affordable Care Act funding. The funds, totaling $63.3 million, were awarded by HRSA to 1,153 health centers across the country for achievements in providing high quality, comprehensive care. Heartland, one of fourteen health centers in Kansas to be awarded funds, will receive the largest amount in the state. “Today’s funding rewards those health centers that are achieving the highest levels of clinical quality performance and improvement,” said HRSA Acting Administrator, Jim Macrae. “The awards will help health centers continue to provide comprehensive primary care to the nation’s most vulnerable communities.” Health centers receiving these funds are being recognized for high levels of performance in various categories. Heartland will receive: $15,000 for reporting clinical measures on the full universe of patients using electronic health records $13,036 for demonstrating improvements in one or more clinical measures $30,000 for increasing the total number of patients it served and the number of patients receiving comprehensive services between 2013 and 2014 $75,000 for improving cost efficient care delivery compared to the national average while also increasing quality of care and improving access to comprehensive services between 2013 and 2014 “We are thrilled to be acknowledged for the hard work of our dedicated team, but even more so for the high quality care we provide,” said Heartland CEO, Jon Stewart. “Many of our patients have complicated health conditions so the fact that our staff offers the highest quality care is a real testament to their clinical skills and superb level of patient engagement.” Health... read more


Heartland Community Health Center
346 Maine St., Suite 150
Lawrence, KS 66044

Hours: M-F 8:30am-5pm
Phone: 785-841-7297
Fax: 785-856-0375
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