Who qualifies?

Heartland accepts patients who are uninsured, people with Medicaid or Medicare, and most commercial insurances.

Heartland accepts patients no matter their socio-economic status, though we offer discounts for uninsured patients subsisting below 200% of the Federal Poverty Level (approximately $44,000 annual household income for a family of four)

Heartland accepts patients who reside in Douglas County or certain portions of Jefferson, Franklin, Leavenworth and Osage counties. See the list of zip codes below to determine if you are in Heartland’s service area.

We serve patients from the following zip codes: 66006 (Baldwin City), 66007 (Basehor), 66018 (De Soto), 66025 (Eudora), 66044 (Lawrence), 66045 (Lawrence), 66046 (Lawrence), 66047 (Lawrence), 66049 (Lawrence), 66050 (Lecompton), 66052 (Linwood), 66054 (McLouth), 66066 (Oskaloosa), 66067 (Ottawa), 66070 (Ozawkie), 66073 (Perry), 66076 (Pomona), 66086 (Tonganoxie), 66088 (Valley Falls), 66092 (Wellsville), 66097 (Winchester), 66409 (Berryton), 66512 (Meriden), 66524 (Overbrook), 66542 (Tecumseh), 66605 (Topeka), 66607 (Topeka), 66609 (Topeka), 66611 (Topeka)


Medical Clinic

Our clinic is federally funded Community Health Center. Daniel Purdom, MD, Jolynne Myers, APRN, Nicole Delimont, APRN, and Karin Denes-Collar, LSCSW, make up our staff of medical providers. Heartland practices an integrated health care model, which you can learn more about by clicking here.

Our funding comes from church and individual support, grant funding and fees generated by patients’ financial participation in their own care.

Mental/Emotional Health Care

Heartland practices an integrated healthcare model. This means counselors and physicians work alongside one another to provide behavioral health screenings and brief therapies to patients right in the exam room, during the same visit. Learn more about this model by clicking here.

Diabetes Care and Prevention

Diabetes is a complex and personal disease. Our healthcare providers and support staff help patients develop goals and provide tools to meet those goals in order to successfully manage their diabetes.

The diabetes program offers:

  • personalized care management
  • free goal-setting, nutrition and wellness appointments
  • funding assistance for diabetes-related labwork for those who qualify
  • affordable, quality testing supplies
  • reduced cost medication and insulin


Change is difficult for everyone. Heartland’s wellness program helps patients make healthy lifestyle changes, free of cost.

The wellness program offers:

  • nutrition education
  • personalized meal plans and meal planning education
  • recipes, cooking and shopping tips
  • individual goal setting, with education and support for meeting goals
  • advice on building a healthy relationship with food
  • portion control education

Smoking Cessation

Our free, comprehensive smoking cessation program offers effective ways to quit smoking, such as:

  • individualized quit plans
  • one-on-one support and education
  • medication assistance for those who qualify
  • resources for cutting down and preparing to quit
  • help with concerns about weight gain and stress management while quitting
  • regular follow-up and support with a quit coach even after successfully quitting

Women’s Health- Early Detection Works

This state-funded program allows women who qualify to receive free well woman exams. Any treatment required after the initial screening is also covered by EDW.

  1. Between the ages of 40 and 64
  2. No health insurance
  3. Must meet income guidelines

Call (785) 832-1701 to see if you qualify

Medication Assistance Program

We are able to provide qualifying patients with inexpensive medication. For just $5, patients receive medicine that they otherwise wouldn’t be able to afford. For more information about medication assistance and the Medication Assistance Program, contact us at

Food Pantry

Heartland provides families about a week’s worth of groceries for healthy meals every month. Families can receive food once per month.

Food is collected on a rotating basis from groups throughout town, including churches, clubs and service organizations. Click here to see a list of items we need.

Rent & Utility Assistance

After a careful screening of an applicant’s needs, this program strives to maintain housing and utilities for those in need.HCHC food pantry